The National Heisey Glass Museum Collections consist of more than just glass items. The Museum houses over 4000 moulds in a warehouse specially purchased by Heisey Collectors of America, Inc. members. These moulds were used to produce the elegant glassware by A. H. Heisey & Company between 1896 and 1957.
Members of HCA realized that the moulds and related materials, including etching plates and production records, constituted a priceless heritage that needed to be preserved to enrich our knowledge of Heisey glass and prevent deceptive reproductions from harming the Heisey collecting experience.
Find out more about the amazing story of how the members of HCA mobilized to obtain the Heisey moulds from Imperial Glass Corporation after it went into bankruptcy by clicking on the three links below.