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Antiques and CollectiblesIssue #1-2 (14), January -February 2004.


Item# 11159

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Soft cover, 144 pp. The premier magazine for Russian collectors. Extremely well-written articles on all aspects of collecting, with emphasis on Russian antiques. Beautifully illustrated with multitude of high quality photos of artifacts in museums and top private collections. Covered in this issue: porcelain collection in the Great Palace of the Moscow Kremlin; a recent line of reproduction ancient buckles; enigmatic tradition of the "Joy of All that Suffer" icons; brass lock figurines of late XIII C.; padlocks by Russian manufacturers; decorative items in iron by Tula weapon manufact

Soft cover, 144 pp. The premier magazine for Russian collectors. Extremely well-written articles on all aspects of collecting, with emphasis on Russian antiques. Beautifully illustrated with multitude of high quality photos of artifacts in museums and top private collections. Covered in this issue: porcelain collection in the Great Palace of the Moscow Kremlin; a recent line of reproduction ancient buckles; enigmatic tradition of the "Joy of All that Suffer" icons; brass lock figurines of late XIII C.; padlocks by Russian manufacturers; decorative items in iron by Tula weapon manufacturers, toy replicas of Russian architecture; lost and found treasures by Faberge; Russian furniture of late XIX - early XX C.; Renaissance manuscript "Hypnerotomachia" by Poliphili; 1900 - 1910 watercolors by P. Besrodny and A. Nikulin; Russian enameled Kovsh; interview with the curator of the weapons collection in Ekaterininsiy Palace; eyeglasses as object of art and collecting; art of Konstantin Makovskiy; book illustrations by Russian artists; Kashmir headscarves by Russian peasant weavers; postcards by Nikolai Karazin; awards of Lithuanian public organizations of 1919 - 1940; tabletop clock by Khavskiy; gold coins of Imperial Russia; WW1 war effort donation stamps.
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