approx. 98 pages; 10x13 inches
The Antiquarian magazine offers articles dealing with antiques, works of art, rarities, photographs and manuscripts. Also includes a directory of antique dealers, advertisements and classifieds of the time from galleries and antique businesses. Arthur F. Bollinger was the editor at 420 Lexington Ave. New York. Articles, in this magazine, include; Furniture from the Provinces of France; The Return of the Inkstand; American Hooked and Other Rugs; An Italian Renaissance Palace Reborn; The Antiquarian's Picture Gallery; The Etchings of Rembrandt van Rijn; Porcelain Harlequins and many more. This magazine has advertising from Charles Woolsey Lyon Inc, The Clapp & Graham Company, and Henry V. Weil of New York, The Kings Galleries and Charles of London, Old English Galleries, Jordon Marsh Company, Shreve, Crump and Low Company of Boston Massachusetts and many more. Front cover of magazine is larger than scanned photo shown. Cover art is not listed in magazine.