The Autumn issue of Antiques and Collectables for Pleasure & Profit is even better than ever, with everything from vintage wedding dresses and pottery frogs to Faberge figures and terrestrial globes.
Our cover feature is all about Star Wars, and if you're wondering how a sci-fi movie can make it into an antiques and collectables magazine, well - some of the original toys are selling for more than $30,000.
We take a look at the history of antique maps (and how to read them) and delve into the world of Depression glass. There's a feature on the sunning collection of Beatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild, and we give you some predictions on what will be hot for 2017.
There's a feature on the many colours of the Willow Pattern (it's not just blue and white) and we take a trip down the aisle with the history of the wedding dress. Plus we take a look at the souvenir ware from Mauchline, examine the world of Australian pottery frogs and take a look at the Astor radio (of Mickey fame).
There's a feature on miniature pottery and we visit the Norfolk town of Diss, which you've probably never heard of but it's home to one of the UK's most exciting auctions.
Plus there's even more.... including the Services and Trades section, a four-month Calendar of antique fairs and events, Snippets, Movers and Shakers and seven pages of shopping in the Parpaphernalia section. It's a great magazine and it's packed with literally hundred and hundreds of items to buy.
If you can't find a copy of the Autumn 2017 issue of Antiques and Collectables for Pleasure & Profit at your local newsagent, email us - firstname.lastname@example.org - and we'll tell you where you can buy it!
If you'd like to 'try before you buy', click on this link to see some pages from our Spring 2015 issue. We're sure you'll love it!
Don't forget - the Summer 2016/17 issue of Antiques and Collectables for Pleasure & Profit is on sale in newsagents across Australia now!
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