Journal of Antiques and Collectibles: July 2012 Issue

This month’s issue features a look at Native American rings: their history and value as collectibles, by Paula Baxter. The cover features a vibrant selection from Baxter’s collection. These southwestern pieces are both art and souvenirs.

Also in this month’s issue, the “Halloween Queen” Pamela E. Apkarian-Russell delves into the virtuous career of the late Gladys Emerson Cook, and why artists should never sign their work in pencil.

To read both of these great articles, along with favorites like “Ken’s Korner,” “Covers,” “The Business of Doing Business,” “Gavels N’ Paddles,” and Geppi Entertainment Museum”s “Comic Book Characters & Collectibles,”  be sure to subscribe to the Journal of Antiques and Collectibles now!

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