New issue of Antique Collecting – see inside

Pull up a chair and get ready for the March issue of Antique Collecting magazine, packed with a fascinating collection of articles and the latest news encompassing everything from the 100th anniversary of Winnie-the-Pooh, to the furniture of Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson and the sale of items from the collection of TV’s Salvage Hunter Drew Pritchard. Subscribe now to get the magazine delivered to your door each month – plus receive a free book and jute bag – see what’s inside by scrolling down.

Mouse in the House: Furniture by the maker Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson is some of the most recognisable to appear in UK salerooms. As a major sale gets underway this month Antique Collecting presents its ultimate guide

A selection of furniture by Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson


Miss Angel: In the late 18th century, the Swiss artist Angelica Kauffman took the London and European art world by storm. As a new exhibition is unveiled at the Royal Academy we go behind the scenes


A Room with a Drew: Salvage Hunter Drew Pritchard is holding a ‘palate cleansing’ sale of his collection in Berkshire this month. Discover his secrets and how you can own one of his trademark pieces

Drew Pritchard sitting on antique leather sofa
Image: Drew Pritchard


Bear Essentials: A century on from the publication of the first Winnie-the-Pooh book – one of the best-loved children’s books ever -specialist Dr Philip W. Errington reveals if your much-read copy could be worth a fortune

A collection of Winnie-the-Pooh books


Also inside this month’s issue:

Lots of Love: Bargain Hunt star and auctioneer Irita Marriott is all revved up when a racing suit, owned and signed by Sir Stirling Moss, was consigned for sale in her new auction house

Marc My Words: A behind-the-scenes glimpse of a day in the life of Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum

Antiques Roadshow presenter Marc Allum

In the Knowles: Antiques legend Eric Knowles joins the team. In his debut column he considers why a tail-eating snake was all the rage among fashionable Victorian men and women

Antiques Roadshow expert Eric Knowles