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Glasgow Ranges – On the 150th anniversary of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Colette Keaveny reveals other collectable designers from the celebrated Glasgow School of Art
Beetle Drive – George Monger on eradicating pests from your antique collection
Many Cooks – Ivan Macquisten considers charts by Captain James Cook on sale this month at the London Map Fair
Bitter Sweet – Celebrated Italian drinks manufacturer Campari was responsible for some of the best advertising posters of the 20th century
Cover Story – Central Asian embroideries are back on rug collectors’ agendas, writes Shahbaz Afridi
Drawing Hoard – Early British drawings represent exceptional value for money, says gallery owner Jonny Yarker ahead of a new selling exhibition
Then there’s also our regular news, expert views and opinions, including:
Marc My Words – Antiques Roadshow’s Marc Allum is never happier than when he’s under the bonnet
Cool and Collectable – On the eve of the World Cup in Russia, football memorabilia is in the spotlight
An Auctioneer’s Lot – Charles Hanson discovers a pair of Fabergé flowers wrapped up in a tea towel
Why I Collect – Gallery owner and curator Claudio Proietti on his collection of art watches
In With the Old – Antiques dealer Edd Thomas advises the trade to appeal to a different demographic
72 Hours in… Moscow – Nicolas Martin presents a three-day guide to collecting in the Russian capital
Saleroom Spotlight – An unusual collection of animal skulls goes under the hammer in North Yorkshire
News and what’s on, around the auction houses, top of the lots, behind the scenes at UK and international fairs and much more!