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.
Book: The Official Price Guide Hummel Figurines and Plates House of Collectibles 1980 b/w. 8-page color section. vg/vg condition. 6x8.5. 375 pp. figurines. plates. lamps. wall plaques. bells. candy dishes; detailed history of the origin of Hummels and the Goebel factory.
Here's the June 1, 1923 issue of THE IOWA ODD FELLOW, 'A semi-monthly magazine for the Lodge and Home.' Published by the L. R. Shepherd Publishing Co., Maxwell, Iowa, the 30-page issue has some fascinating contents! The lead article tells the origin of Odd Fellowship; with additional information from the 'Grand Lodge,' the 'Rebekah Department,' 'Patriarch's Militant Department,' 'Sovereign Grand Lodge,' and local corespondents. There's a price list for meals (27 meals for $5.00), tent and bedding rentals for the Department Council Meeting at Clear Lake in 1923. There is some great advertising also in the magazine for lodge supplies, costumes, regalia and insurance - some with very interesting pictures, as shown here! The magazine is in Good- condition, but obviously showing some of its age. The covers are badly worn on edges and corners and a few of the inside pages also have edge wear. A previous owner's subscription information is printed on back cover. The pages have started to yellow. Still, the magazine is clean, complete and easily readable. (2592)
Book: Aunt Julia's Cook Book for Happy Eating Use These Recipes for Happy Motoring Buy At the Esso Sign. Compliments of Schwartz' Esso Station of Charleston, S. C.. Red Checkered Cover Staple Wrap with inside pictures of two female black cooks named Aunt Julia and Aunt Leola comparing notes. 33 pages of recipes and advertisements. I like Hoe Cake, Old Virginia Spoon Bread, Hopping John, etc. 8.75x5.5.
This edition has articles on: Charity Rackets--Can They be Stopped, Fastest Man on Earth. Also an ad on the back featuring some of America's first ladies, including Mrs. Charles Brook Armour, Mrs Francis P. Sears Jr., and Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish Morris IV. In excellent condition.
This edition has articles on: Gen. Mark Clark Tells the Truth About Korea, When Not to Diet, The Struggle for Our Children's Minds--A Searching Look at Our Public Schools. Also an ad on the back by Amy Vanderbilt on the Etiquette of Smoking. In excellent condition.
Out in Left Field with David Letterman is the cover story on this June 20, 1985 issue of ROLLING STONE magazine, with a 5+ page article inside. Other article topics include ERIC CLAPTON (interview), Tom Petty, Washington A Go-Go, Leonard Cohen, Marvin Gaye, Tom Wolfe, R.E.M. and the special Sight and Sound section on car stereos, electronic gadgets and video of the future. Of course, you'll also find page after page of contemporary advertising (especially some great brewery and soda pop ads!), as well as what seem like hundreds of short articles on various pop stars of the time. The magazine is in Good+ condition with slight yellowing inside. The front cover has the residue from a mailing label, as well as some other minor edge/corner wear. Nothing here interferes with the reading/viewing of this one, however! A great one for collectors! (t2436)
Young & Alive Magazine, Large Print, July, 2001. Description: Christian oriented stories, puzzles, jokes, and articles, for teens, printed in large type. Publisher: Christian Record Services, 2001. Format: Soft cover, 6-3/4 x 9-3/4 inches, 66 pages. Condition: Tear, 1-1/4 x 2-1/2 inches out of back cover. Shipping: Under 1 lb. Shipping information will be found at the bottom of the home page. May be shipped Priority (3 - 4 days). For International shipping, please ask for cost quote.
COUNTRY MUSIC STAR LIFE VOL.1, NO.1, AUGUST, 1970. THIS WAS THE FIRST EDITION OF THIS MAGAZINE. CONTENTS (JUST A FEW OF THE STORIES ENCLOSED)-GLEN CAMPBELL, LYNN ANDERSON, MARTY ROBINS, EVERGREENS, ETC.
Lot 3 Vintage Kittens With Balls Of Yarn Japan Figurine
This is a set of vintage cat figurines. These cats are each holding balls of yarn. These cat figurines are about 4 inches long and about 3 3/4 inches tall. They are marked on the bottom in black lettering JAPAN. These cats all have some spots where the paint has peeled off, one more than the other two, we believe this is due to their age. THEY ARE ALSO COLD PAINTED, WHICH MEANS PAINTED AFTER THEY WERE GLAZED, SO THEY CAN EASILY BE TOUCHED UP WITH ANY ACRYLIC PAINTS See our pictures. These little cats are as cute as can be, even in their condition.
This issue is number 5, and contains articles on: Tree Ornaments, Outdoor House Trims, Wise Men, Snowmen and Santas, Charming Angel Choir, Wreaths, Kissing Ring, Christmas Buffets, etc. In excellent condition.
This issue of the Family Handyman includes articles on: Closet-On-A-Door adds storage space, Make Your Roof Waterproof, Complete seasonal guide to home repairs, Child's Double Desk with Storage, etc. In excellent condition.
1996 SATURDAY EVENING POST JULIE ANDREWS This is Saturday Evening Post from May/June '96. This full-page color magazine is not entirely shown due to scanner capabilities. This magazine features Julie Andrews on the cover wearing a great deal of vintage jewelry. Some of the other featured articles include; The Wind and The Willows, making scents in your garden, Garfield for President, the AED heart revolution just to name a few. Great Collector Issue.
This issue is also entitled Gifts you can make for men in military service. Included are: Wood Cover Scrap Book, Cleansing Tissue Dispenser, Compact Checker Board, Camera Case, Chinese Checker Board. In excellent condition.