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Maps and other images relating to paperweight manufacturers.

Entrance to the Baccarat Glass FactoryNineteenth-century postcard View of the Boston & Sandwich Glass Factory, circa 1830PrintThis nineteenth-century print shows seven smokestacks at work at this Cape Cod glass factory. The New England Glass Factory, circa 1820PrintThis nineteenth-century print shows the large chimneystacks that were connected to the glass ovens of this factory. This graphic illustrates the three sizes of paperweights: miniature, regular, and magnum.A miniature paperweight measures less than two inches in diameter.A magnum paperweight measures more than 3 1/2 inches in diameter. Map of Czechoslovakia, showing Bohemian region of glass-making. Map of France showing four famous glass factories Map of the U.S. state of Massachusetts, showing the location of New England Glass Factory and Boston and Sandwich Glass Factory Map of the U.S. state of New Jersey, showing the location of the Millville Glass Factory Drawing of Saint Louis Glass Factory, contemporary view Map of Sweden showing location of Kosta Glassworks Map of the U.S. state of West Virginia, showing the location of the Morgantown Glassware Guild

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