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The Antiquarian Magazine - January 1931 Issue  
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The Antiquarian Magazine - January 1931 Issue

Dimensions: approx. 80 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; "The Black Boy" by Thomas Gainsborough; Gainsborough: Notes Toward a New Estimation; Rock Hall, an American Manorial Estate; Unusual Examples of English Furniture in London and Continental Sales; Spanish Candleholders of Wrought Metal; American Silver in the Garvan Sale; Furniture of Three American Periods in the Garvan Sale; An Important Work of Houdon Comes to America; Why Chelsea; English Basin-Stands and American Washstands; Correspondence and Comment; Notes from Paris; Notes from London; Notes from Berlin; Exhibitions and Auctions and more. This magazine has advertising from the gallery of P. Jackson, Phillip Suval Inc. and Charles Woolsey Lyon Inc. of New York

Price: $17.95

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