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Front cover of September 2019 issue of Antique Collecting magazineLeading expert writers exploring the latest trends in a huge range of subjects from across the world of antiques and art – all in one monthly magazine delivered straight to your door.

For lovers of antiques, art and interiors, Antique Collecting is an essential read for anyone wanting to learn more about this fascinating and fast-moving world.

Whether you are interested in 18th century Meissen or mid-century Hungarian ceramics; Elizabethan silverware or the burgeoning demand for Asian Art – Antique Collecting has it covered. Our team of writers – from auctioneers to dealers – create in-depth and accessible articles that entertain and inform.

And it’s why, for over 50 years, Antique Collecting has been the highly respected, go-to source for collectors, designers and enthusiasts who want the inside track on everything from current trends, to buying advice and inspiration.

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We’re passionate about antiques and art, that’s why we have such a loyal readership who look forward to receiving Antique Collecting each month. Why not read some sample pages of Antique Collecting by clicking here or on the articles below, then take a look at our range of subscription options available here – wherever you are in the world

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2 thoughts on “Try Antique Collecting magazine

  • January 21, 2017 at 2:18 pm

    I am not currently a subscriber. In the past 35 years I have written several articles on 20th century decorative art subjects which you have published – on Monart Glass, Candy Art Pottery etc. I have another article in mind on Vistosi birds: google them if you want to see images. I am told you are planning a ceramics and glass issue in March. Would you be interested in an article on this subject, and if so what is your deadline for the receipt of text and images by email?
    Ian Turner

    • January 24, 2017 at 10:44 am

      Hi Ian,

      Thanks for getting in touch, and we have forwarded your message on to the magazine’s editor who will do her best to get in touch soon. Thanks again.


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