"Oh - most definitely yes It irks me too - to dismantle the magazine --- However, I am my father's daughter (who happens to be an expert on this subject) My dad is in his 80's now but when he retired from his real job, he opened a shop in…"
"hi here are the issues I have all are missing covers and may have some tears dog eared pages ect if any issues interest you I will be able to describe them better.
April 1920 vol.xix
june 1920 xi
oct 1920 xii
jan 1921 xii very bad
"Hi, I might be interested. I have a huge collections and do not want duplicates. I will need titles and dates (and/or Vol & Issue numbers).. I have most, if not all, Home Arts Needlecraft form the early to mid 1920s. Yes, Cream of Wheat ads were…"
"Hi Karen while reading forums I came across this topic and I have some needlecraft magazines from 1920-1924 they are missing the covers which I never thought about until I seen you mention it I am guessing the covers are valuable or collectible.If…"
"Hi Maureen, Are any of your magazines needlework or WWI or WWII vintage? I might be interested in whole magazines or even articles, if so. I am sure that it is a real dilema for dealers whether to sell complete magazines or dismantled ones. I…"
I have a large number of magazines and publications with all kinds of advertising - Coca Cola, cars, cigarettes, etc. Some are mainstream magazines and some circus booklets as well. I am tempted to "dismantle" them and sell the ads individuality but it just irks me to do so. Can anyone give me any guidance on what to do/not to do?Thanks!MaureenSee More
"Maureen, you make my job so easy! Thanks for the much better pictures. First of all angels have wings, and seeing none makes me believe the figure is a women, a nude. I can't see her feet or front in any picture. From the back she looks like…"
"Hi Maureen, Welcome to Iantique! Is your lamp very heavy? Can you remove the marble base in order to peer into the inside of the piece?
My guess is that it is brass. The glass ball in the center looks to be c. 1950's but I would need to know…"
Well thank you Dianne. It's very thoughtful of you to welcome new members. I have been browsing around and think it will be a great resource. Not to mention that there appear to be a few interesting "characters" in the bunch.
I would also like to thank you for getting back to me on the question I left on your blog. I hope to get to your neck of the woods in the not too distant future.
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