The Magazine Antiques DECEMBER 1990. Articles include: Detail of a gilded and walnut-veneered looking glass, NY City, c. 1770; Jewelry in Charleston; The American furniture collection of Joseph and June Hennage of Williamsburg, Va; Cake Boards; John Vander Lyn's prints of Niagara Falls.
The Magazine Antiques AUGUST 1951. Articles include: Jeremiah Theus of Charles Twon; some Porcelain and Pottery: from the Collection of Mrs. E. Hollingsworth Siter; The Story of Deerfield; The Story of New Castle; The Case of the P)ressed Glass Knobs; Old-time Methods of Spinning and Weaving.
Antiques OCTOBER 1956. Articles include: Gold in the Decorative Arts; The Barnet Franklin; Antiques in unexpected places; The Good Samaritian: symbol of the Boston Dispensary; Gainsborough's use of Models; The cabinetmaker in America.
The Magazine Antiques MARCH 1951. Articles include: Weathervanes; A Collection of German Porcelain: Part II; Eighteenth-Century Painting in the South; Artisan and Amateur: In American Folk Art; Two American Primitives: Abijah Canfield; Marcus More; History in Houses: The Morris-Jumel Mansion in NY. Furniture of the Old south: 1640-1820; For the Casual Collector: English Furniture to 1750.
Antiques DECEMBER 1925. Articles include: Silhouettes; Cigar-Smoking Prints; On Needlebooks and Needlecases; Human Hair as a Pigment; Two Pedigreed Antiques: XVII. A Tea Chair XVIII. Another Tea Chair; Liverpool Wares and Their Identification, II; The Audubon Prints; The Myth of the Julip Cup; Directions for Making Sangwich Glass.
The Magazine Antiques JULY 1928. Articles include: Furniture of the Old Hartford State House; Astrological Instruments; Spanish Glass; Further Notes on Commenorative Porringers; Five Contemporary Samplers; Some Historic American Frescoes; What Chairs for the Dining-Room, Part V; Various South Jersey Operations; Preserving the Fragile Ambrotype.
Antiques JULY 1927. Articles include: George Washington in Liverpool Ware; Old Alsatian Marriage Chests; Berlin Wool Work; Wuropean Continental Pewter, part IV; A Pewter Map of Switzerland; The Restoration of Early American Furniture, PartII.
Antiques OCTOBER 1927. Articles include: Thomas Tufft; Some Pewter of England; Actacon's Misadventure as Depicted by Sellaio; The Lancaster Glass Works; Spanish Charis of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Part II; Balloons on Old French Fabrics; Types of Wrought Iron Hardware Applicable to Early American Architectural Treatment, I; Foreign Percussion Pepperboxes.
The Magazine Antiques DECEMBER 1930. Articles include: French Furniture in an American Home; A Long Line of toby Jugs; Candlesticks and Snuffers by American Silversmiths; Dolls' Houses at the Victoria and Albert Museum; Furniture Carvings by Samuel McIntire, 11; Paul Revere's Lantern; When Treen Ware Was The Ware; Malbone's Hours; A Note on the Geography of Hooked Rugs.
The Magazine Antiques DECEMBER 1929. Articles include: Clews' Picturesque Views; Three Bermuda Chests and a Puzzle; Coincidence and Henrietta Johnson; Phyfe ne Fife; An Early Connecticut Interior; Fictions of Three-Mold Glass; A Sequence of Sofas and Some Chairs; Identifying Dutch Flagons; Dutch Room 17th C.; some Continental Portrait Medallions.
The Magazine Antiques JANUARY 1929. Articles include: America's East Indiamen and the China Trade; Old Silver Salt Spoons; The Peasant Furniture of Southern Germany; Some Sources of American Heraldic Docorations: 1. A Note on American Heraldry; 11. Chinese Lowestoft and the Arms of NY and Rhode Island; 111. The First Colonial Seal Cutters; Two Hand-Woven Tufted Rugs; Some Watch and Clock Makers in America.
The Magazine Antiques APRIL 1952. Articles include: John Cogswell, Cabinetmaker; Catesby-Man of Many Talents; New England Glass in Toledo; Henry Lewis and His Views of Western Scenery; Samuel Alcock and His company; A Samuel Casey Coffeepot; The Reuben Bliss House of Springfield; Jacob Dickert, Lancaster Gunsmith.
The Magazine Antiques MAY 1975. Articles include: Boston Empire furniture, Part 1; The price book of the District of Columbia cabinetmakers, 1831; Cabinetmakers and chairmakers of Washington, D.C.; 1791-1840; The Pendleton House at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design; some Rhode Island furniture; Living with antiques in the South; Carved Chippendale case furniture from Lancaster, Pa.
The Magazine Antiques SEPTEMBER 1971. Articles include: Tennessee silversmiths; Tennessee textiles; Portraits by Ralph E. W. Earl; Historic sites in Tn.; Victorian mansions in Memphis; The Hermitage, home of andrew Jackson; Music in Tn.; Tennessee furniture and its makers; Three Tennessee painter: Samuel M. Shaver, Washington B. cooper, and James Cameron.
The Magazine Antiques NOVEMBER 1989. Articles include: fREDERIC CHURCH AND THE ENTERPRISE OF LANDSCAPE PAINTING; American picture frames of the arts and crafts period, 1870-1920; American art in the Maier Museum of Art; Banished by Napoleon: The American exile of Baron and Baroness Hyde de Neuville; American artists at the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris; Frans Hals and American art; and Detail of Above the Clouds at sunrise.
The Magazine Antiques JUNE 1976. Articles include: Abigail Adams; Regional preferences and characteristics in American decorative arts: 1750-1925; cushing and White's copper weather vanes; The architectural heritage of NY City.
The Magazine Antiques APRIL 1958. Articles include: Wallpapers used in America, 1700-1800; Joseph Hosmer, cabinetmaker: His Life and His Work; Stratford Hall; English printed textiles; The decorative arts in French museums.
The Magazine Antiques APRIL 1977. Articles include: Tiffany glass at the Chrysler Museum; Treasures from Laurelton Hall; A copperplate-printed Irish textile; Women in America, 1750-1815; Alkaline glazes and groundhog kilns; southern pottery traditions; Greetown glass; Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Col; Art in wrought iron: the collection of James C. Sorber; Tin-glazed pottery of Puebla, Mexico.
The Magazine Antiques DECEMBER 1943. Articles include: New Light on Joseph H. Davis, Left Hand Painter; Americn paintings in the Reynolda House collection; Masterpieces of early American furniture at the US Department of State; A Holy Family Attributed to Benjamin West; Early depictions of the landing of the Pilgrims; American art at the Gibbs Art Gallery in Charleston; Expatriate portraits; Paintings in the Council Chamber of Charleston's City Hall; Mortuary art in Charleston churches.
The Magazine Antiques OBTOBER 1944. Articles include: Soft paste Porceain; Women Silversmiths; Furnituremakers of Charleston; Connecticut Valley Painters; The Stephen Hopkins House; Mexican Samplers; Spanish Chintz; The Romance of a Royal Pianoforte; The ABC's of european and American Ceramics, Part 1
The Magazine Antiques DECEMBER 1943. Articles include: Meissen Fugures of the 1700's and 1800's; A Challenge in Pewter; captain Mitchell's Necessaire Vogage; Half a Glass, Please; Early Boston Seen in Prints; John Trumbull; and A NY Cabinetmaker's Reminiscences. The Glass and China cupboard discusses the Glass of Tiffany-Part2. This is 1943 remember.
The Magazine Antiques FEBRUARY 1944. Articles on Creole Armoires in Missouri; Molded Iron in the Middle West; Glass and China Cupboard; Col. Daniel Boon print; Bishop Hill communal living; Chicago: The City in A Garden
This edition has articles on: Seven New Trellis Designs, Underground Lawn Sprinklers, House Painting at Lower Cost, TV Snack Tables, 50 Ideas for Latest Iron-Leg Furniture, How to Build a California Barbecue, Modern Furniture for Your Living Room, etc. In good condition, some discoloration to the front cover.
The Magazine Antiques August 1937. Articles on glass, glass, and more glass. How glass paper weights are made; Migratins of Early Glassworkers; Dispelling the Stoddard Myth; Early window glass; Glass: Ancient and Antique; Popular ten in Pattern Glass; Scientific Identificatin of Glass; Pressed Glass a debtor to Staffordshire; Contemporary glass of the collector ahead. Wow in Aug 1937 Steuben glass was identified as an up and coming collectible - buy this to see who else was identified as future collectible glass maker. Second copy.
The Magazine Antiques December 1935. Articles on English Windsor Charis, Part1; Early Glass Pressing at Cambridge and Sandwich Glass Co, Part2; Dated Commenorative Ware; Early Lithography in Philadelphia
The Magazine Antiques April 1982 including Cincinnati Art Furniture; Hannah B Skeele a Maine Artist; article on early collectors of English ceramics; The Mannerbacks, silversmiths of Reading, Pa. I have tons of Antique Magazines all of which I will sell for $2.00 each.
The Magazine Antiques May 1982 showing New England Begins; The Seventeenth Century; Anthencticating John Townsend's and John Goddard's Gueen Anne and Chippendale tables; John Townsend's block and shell furniture; The Goddard and Townsend joiners of Newport; Lessor known Rhode Island cabinetmakers: The Carliles, Holmes Weaver, Judson Blake; The Rawsons, and Thomas Davenport; Regional characteristics of inlay on American Federal Card Tables; Henry Sargent's Dinner Party and Tea Party as well as American furniture in the St. Louis Art Museum; Westchester County, NY furniture; Walter corey's furniture manufactory in Portland, Ma
The Magazine Antiques June 1982 including story on East Liverpool, Oh an American pottery town with pics of the diverse range of pottery produced there; The Forbes magazine collection at the Palais Mendoub, Tangier; some sources for designs on Wedgwood transfer-printed creamware; fans in the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
The Magazine Antiques July 1982 with stories on George L. Clough, painter; History in Towns like Frankln, Tennessee; American militia drums, 1775-1845 with wonderful pics; The Britannia cup. $5 or $50 for the year.
The Magazine Antiques Aug 1982 including Central Park as a work of art; elegant late 19th c wallpapers; Hyde and Goodrich and its successors: 19th c New Orleans silver manufacturers with lots of pics, etc; dutch marriage plates for the English market; The genre paintings of Abbott Graves. $5 or $50 for the year.
The Magazine Antiques Sept 1982 with folk art on cover and stories on Pennsylvania-German folk art in a city apartment; Painted chests from Wythe County, Va; Asa Ames, sculptor; Canadian redware pottery; Lancaster Country, Pa. pottery with a list of potters; seven portraits attrubuted to Ammi Phillips; The Carnation chests: new discoveries in Pa-German Art (German chests); Almira Edson, painter of family registers. $5 or $50 for the year as long as I still have the year
The Magazine Antiques Oct 1982. Russian niello in the Hillwood Museum; a third Lansing silversmith of Albany, NY; Feliciana and Baton Rouge, La; and for all you glass lovers new evidence from Sandwich glass fragments. $5 or $50 for the year until one sells
The Magazine Antiques Dec 1982 with great pics of Wright's Ferry Mansion; The Pennsylvania Germans: A Celebration of Their Arts, 1683-1850 with pics; or for all you silver lovers great feature on Gorham's Martele silver; Delft services article and pics; Christmas in Germantown great for any Christmas collector. $5 or $50 for the year if available at time of order.
The Magazine Antiques Nov 1982 with pics of American paintings in the Nelson=Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City; American paintings, pastels, and watercolors in the Mead Art Museum, Amherst College; american paintings in the collection of the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield; Bruce Crane, tonalist painter; John Rollin Tilton; Portraits of John Durand; William T. Bartoll, Marblehead painter. $5 or $50 for the year.
The Magazine Antiques Dec 1983 with stories of Cornelius and Company of Philadelphia (a pair of candelabrum on my site is attributed to the Cornelius and Company of Philadelphia-very impressive each with 3 arms and prisms); article on American decorative arts of the late 1920's; Mexican artifacts collected by the Fred Harvey Company; the Handley collection of English and French soft-paste porcelain; Silver at the Essex Institute; Paris Hill, the Olympus of Maine; 19th C French ivories at the Walters Art Gallery. $5 for one or $50 for the whole year.
The Magazine Antiques October 1983. Living with antiques includes Roycroft furniture and decorative accessories; articles of John Abbot: pioneer artist-naturalist of Georgia; The Dutch posset pot; Canton famille rose porcelain; Part1: Rose Medallion.
The Magazine Antiques September 1983. Folk Art cover of carved figures. American folk sculpture at the Shelburne Museum; Mary Balch's Newport sampler; Folk art in the NY State Historical Society; Earthenware potters along the Great Road in Virginia and Tennessee; Ontario fraktur. Beautiful pictures and examples as usual of everything
The Magazine Antiques June 1983. Articles include The Beeson collection of Wedgwood in the Birminham Museum of Art; Faberge and the coronation of Nicholas and Alexandra; Living with antiques: Bedford Mills in Ontario; Anna Lea Merritt, expatriate American painter; An unrecorded communion flagon by William Will
Magazine: The Magazine Antiques April 1983. Stories include Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire, England Part 2: Furniture; Rare examples of decoroated English Pewter; Faberge from Great Britain to New York; The Hotel de Sully, Paris; Russian porcelain from the imperial factory in the Hillwood Museum
Magazine: The Magazine Antiques Feb 1983. Tells about the silver and gold owned by Stephen Decatur, Jr; the Telfair's octagonal room in Savannah; Lighting devices and practices in the American Home; Texian Campaigne ware by the Staffordshire potteries; and Prussian artistic cast iron as well as Gilbert Ash inscriptions being reconsidered
This edition includes articles on: Colonial Water Bench, Weaving a Rush Chair Seat, Apothecary Chest, Paraboloid Patio Roof, and Cutting and Threading Pipe. In very good condition with a small tear on the spine.
This is a great magazine from the early 90's, featuring the model MARY MIZE. This magazine has great cigerette and bra ads. It is the September 1990 issue, with all pages intact, and the cover in good shape. Also in this magazine is an article about JIM HENSON's death. Great magazine if, you missed your chance to get a copy in 1990.
Book: Grosset's complete guide to Collectible Plates by Hal L. Cohen. NY: Grosset & Dunlap. 1974. 8vo 8.25x5.25. 1st edition. The must handbook of collector's-item plates in silver, porcelain, pottery, crystal, pewter, glass, gold, delft, and other materials. Over 600 illustrations in color and black and white. 244pp.
Book: Know Your Antiques by Ralph and Terry Kovel. NY: Crown Publishers, Inc. 8vo 9.25x6.25. 327pp. DJ over green cloth cover. Covers techniques of recognize and evaluating any antique-large or small-like an expert.
Book: The Official Price Guide to Paper Collectibles Fifth Edition. Westminister, Md.: The House of Collectibles. 1986. 560pp. 8vo 8x5.25. Includes 18000 prices including every form of paper collectible.