Among today's favorite glass collectibles are the decorative containers that once held sour cream. From the late 1940s through the early 1990s sour cream was marketed in glasses having pry-off tops. After removing the lid and consuming the contents, one had a lovely, decorative tumbler to use and enjoy for free. This successful packaging strategy has left a remarkable array of glassware that is durable, colorful, and highly collectible. Here is the historical information, along with a value guide presented in an easy-to-use format complete with check-off boxes to easily maintain a collection. Barabara E. Mauzy again presents a useful, useable book that dealers and collectors alike will find to be an invaluable tool. If you enjoy kitchen collectibles this book belongs in your library.