Antique Collecting magazine – new issue out now

Antique Collecting November 2017The latest issue of Antique Collecting magazine is out now! This month we explore everything from the beauty of cold-painted bronzes and Arts and Crafts’ tiles, to 40 years of the Antiques Roadshow and the unsung heroines of the golden age of poster design. Get your issue delivered to your door each month by subscribing here.

Antique cold-painted bronze head

Expert Diane Sinnott reveals why Viennese cold-painted bronzes and argues why they should be on every collector’s wish list.

While many original pieces of Arts and Crafts design can be beyond the reach of many budgets, ceramic tiles decorated in the artisticmovement’s familiar motifs are a highly decorative and affordable option.

With the Antiques Roadshow celebrating 40 years on our screens, we go behind the scenes to catch up with the current presenters to find out their most memorable moments.

While the golden age of poster design serves up rich pickings for collectors, expert David Brownes shines the Vintage posterspotlight on the unsung female designers whose innovative work rivals the best of their more well-known male counterparts.

Fatboy SlimClassic examples of vinyl records are much in demand, so expert Martin Hughes shares advice on what you should be buying. Elsewhere, DJ Norman Cook, AKA Fatboy Slim lifts the lid on his own 8000-strong collection.

And elsewhere in this month’s issue:

TV regular and auctioneer Charles Hanson recounts how a kitchen cupboard find recently sold for £230,000.

We spend 48 hours in Berlin, revealing just why the German capital is such a collector’s delight.

With technology touted as antiques of the future, expert Paul Fraser assesses the current demand for Apple memorabilia.

He’s been a regular face on TV’s biggest antiques programme, so Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum recalls his 20 years on the iconic show.

Antiques Roadshow teamThen read the latest:

News and what’s on, action in the auction houses, top of the upcoming lots, behind the scenes at UK fairs and much more!

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