Libbey Glass Company Decorated Tumbler Salesman’s Sample Set

Feb 20, 2023 | Museum Monday Treasures

Today’s Museum Monday treasure from the Museum of American Glass in WV is a salesman’s sample set of decorated tumblers from the Libbey Glass Company. This set originally held all 12 designs introduced in the 1968-69 catalog, with drawings inside the box lid of each one. Three of them are missing. The designs are Heraldry, Numero, Unicorn (missing), American Elm (missing), Ondine, Alpine, Lace (missing), Morning Glory, Lanai, Farah, and Sunflower. Does anyone happen to have any of the missing tumblers? We’d love to complete our set!

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