Promotional Drinking Glasses
Drinkware is a general term for the class of vessels from which people drink. Glassware is a class of objects that include drinkware made from glass as well as other items. A glass is a drinking vessel made from glass. Glasses are often clear, but are sometimes colored, or printed or etched with decorations or advertising.
This eBay catergory includes
Animation and Cartoon Character drinking glasses plus
Promotional Drinking Glasses that help promote products, increase safety awareness, improve traffic at trade shows, motivate staff, commemorate a special event or just thank a customer.
Promotional Drinking Glasses For Sale
There are many different categories ranging from Advertising to Super Heroes and each one has several sub-categories.
Breweriana, Characters, Circus, Gasoline, Premiums and Soda
America's Bicentennial, World's Fair
Bagdeasarian, DC Comics, Hanna-Barbera, Harvey Cartoons, Jim Henson, King Features, Leonardo TTV, Mattel, MGM, P.A.T. Ward, Terrytoons, United Feature, Wallace Berrie, Walt Disney, Walter Lantz, Warner Brothers
Currier & Ives, Norman Rockwell, Tom Wilson (Ziggy)
Bama Jelly, Kraft Jelly, Smucker's Jelly, Welch's Jelly
Movies & Television
Pizza Hut Happy Days Collector Series, Arby's Early Times Actors Series, AAFES E.T. (The Extra Terrestrial) AAFES Series, 1982 Pizza Hut E.T. (The Extra Terrestrial) Series, Kentucky Fried Chicken Wizard Of Oz "Land of Ah's" Collector Series 1, Taco Bell Star Trek III: The Search For Spock Series, Godfather's Pizza The Goonies Series, Coca Cola Krystal Wizard Of Oz 50th Anniversary Series, Sunoco Ghostbusters II Series, Whataburger Wizard Of Oz Single Issue Glass
Arby's, Big Boy, Burger Chef, Burger King, Dairy Queen, Godfather's Pizza, Hardee's , H. Salt, Jacks, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Krystal,
McCrory Stores, McDonald's, Panchos Mexican, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Wendy's, Whataburger
Department Stores, Warner Bros. Studio Stores
Pepsi D.C. Comics Superheroes Action Series (Brockway Glass Company), Pepsi D.C. Comics Superheroes Action Series (Round Bottom), Masters Of The Universe Series, Ultramar Petroleum Canadian DC Comics Batman Series, Warner Bros. Store DC Comics Vintage Style Series
Books Promotional Glasses
Tomart's Price Guide to Character & Promotional Glasses
Including Pepsi, Coke, Fast-Food, Peanut Butter and Jelly Glasses; Plus Dairy Glasses & Milk
by Carol Markowski, Tom Hoder, Tom Schwartz (Photographer), Tom Tumbusch (Photographer), Carol Markowski Huffman
Paperback: 176 pages Publisher: Tomart Pubns; 3rd Revision edition (May 2000) ISBN: 0914293354
Collector's Guide to Cartoon and Promotional Drinking Glasses
by John Hervey
Paperback: 177 pages Publisher: LW Publishing & Book Sales; 2nd edition (December 1996)
This book has proven to be a great seller that covers over 3,000 collectible glasses. Glasses featuring Walt Disney characters, Hanna Barbera characters, Batman, Dick Tracy, Holly Hobbie, and sports figures are but a sample of what is contained within this guide. With distributors as renowned as Pepsi, McDonalds, and Coca-Cola, these collectibles were everywhere!
Collectible Drinking Glasses: Identification & Values
by Mark E. Chase, Michael Kelly
Paperback: 136 pages Publisher: Collector Books; (November 1995)
Drinking glasses have established themselves as part of our popular culture and have commercial, cultural, and historical significance. They can be traced back to the jam, cheese, and soft drink glasses of the '30s and '40s. This factual book on the subject provides trustworthy, comprehensive value information for food product, sports, and cartoon glasses.
McDonald's Glassware (Schiffer Book for Collectors)
by Joyce Losonsky, Terry Losonsky
Paperback: 127 pages Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; (August 1999)
Starting in the early 1960s, the McDonald's restaurant chain has been creatively advertising their popular fast food products through the sale of collectible drinking glasses. A virtual parade of glassware fills the pages of this colorful book, which illustrates and describes McDonald's glassware promotions in the United States from 1963 to 1998. Organized chronologically and featuring convenient check-off boxes to help you organize and document your collection, the book includes glasses, cups, mugs, and steins--with tankards following closely behind. Over 250 color photos highlight glassware featuring Ronald McDonald and his McDonaldland pals; cartoon, movie, and television characters; sports themes; commemoratives; and many more. Values and a helpful index are provided. For a smashing time, don't miss out on the Losonsky team's exciting world of collectible glassware from McDonald's!
Peanut Butter Glasses Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition
by Barbara E. Mauzy
Hardcover: 136 pages Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; (June 2002)
Decorated peanut butter glasses were made in the 1950s to sell commercially produced peanut butter. The glasses were printed with colorful painted images of flowers, birds, dogs, and specialty images. Most of the images were identified by a label, such as the name of the flower depicted. Their bright colors have attracted a host of collectors. Here is the long-awaited 2nd edition of the ever-popular Peanut Butter Glasses! This expanded edition features more than 100 previously unlisted peanut butter glasses and an extensive look at peanut butter glasses manufactured by companies other than Boscul. Most importantly, current values are provided for these beautiful glasses that are clearly pictured in full color. Check off boxes assist collectors in maintaining personal inventories! New information, new tumblers, and new prices...all in this new 2nd edition! This book catalogs the known decorations by showing both front and back views of each glass. Nearly 1100 color photographs and identifying text tell the whole story. The pictures are arranged alphabetically and a value range is supplied with each piece for easy reference.
Peanut Butter Glasses
by Barbara E. Mauzy
Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; (January 1, 2000)
Decorated peanut butter glasses were made in the 1950s to sell commercially produced peanut butter. The glasses were printed with colorful painted images of flowers, birds, dogs, and specialty images. Most of the images were identified by a label, such as the name of the flower depicted. Their bright colors have attracted a host of collectors. This book catalogs the known decorations by showing both front and back views of each glass. 977 color photographs and identifying text tell the whole story. The pictures are arranged alphabetically and a value range is supplied with each piece for easy reference. , 977 color photos, 6" x 9", Value Guide
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