The Magazine Antiques. Volume XXXII, December 1937, Number 6.

Price: $15.00

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Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

Original publisher's multicolored wrapper with an illustration of a green tapestry showing tigers, birds, and trees. 10" x 12 3/4." Pages 273-336, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Advertisements are antique-related. Includes tipped-in unused envelope that originally came with the magazine for Christmas gift orders. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. The Magazine Antiques was first published in 1922 and focuses on interior design, architecture, fine and decorative art, and antique items. It is still published to this day. The following are some of the articles and features in this issue: "The Editor's Attic," "Quality in Oriental Lowestoft" by Homer Eaton Keyes, "English Antique Furniture in American Homes," "The Commodore Decatur Punchbowl" by Stephen Decatur, "The Oak Furniture of Ipswich, Massachusetts: Part II. Florid Type. Miscellaneous Examples" by Irving P. Lyon, "A Note on Walking Dolls" by Eleanor Hudson, "Antiques in Domestic Settings: Solutions and Suggestions; XXIII: Drawing Room in the Palm Beach House of Mrs. John Vietor," "Fireplace and Furniture" by Harold Sargent Conant, "A New England Sugar Box of 1702: A Gallery Note" by Homer Eaton Keyes, "Refractive-Index Measurements of Some Early American Glass" by George T. Faust, "The Almanac," "Current Books," "Riddles and Replies," and "Collector's Guide to Dealers."