Antiques and Collectibles Magazine Greg Poppleton Feature


Thought I’d let you in on the big secret that Antiques & Collectibles Magazine http://www.acpp.com.au have featured me in their ‘Final Word. 60 Seconds with…” interview page in their just released Winter 2012 Edition (Issue 45)

Antiques and Collectibles is a quarterly magazine published by Julie & Christine Carter in Coffs Harbour and available in newsagents across Australia. It’s great to read such a well-produced glossy, published not by the big multinationals, but by two dynamic sisters who are passionate about quality magazines and publishing. They also publish a bridal magazine: http://www.facebook.com/affordableweddingsmagazine

As I say, Antiques and Collectible can be bought in newsagents across Australia. But if it isn’t in yours, or it’s sold out, you can email A and C at info@acpp.com.au

Antiques & Collectibles Magazine
Antiques & Collectibles is a quarterly glossy much respected in the industry and published by the dynamic Julie & Christine Carter from Coffs Harnbour

In the interview I answer questions like “what was the first record I ever bought?”, “the best book I’ve read so far?” and the “worst thing about TV?”. The answers give some background to The Phantom Dancer Radio Show (Swing and Jazz from live 1920s-60s Radio & TV) and Greg Poppleton’s 1920s-1930s Band.

In the Winter 2012 Edition of Antiques and Collectibles you can read articles on…
– History of Australian Telly
– Olympic Posters
– Beauty Through The Ages
– WWI Trench Art
– 20th Century Pewter
– Hermes Handbags
– Alarm Clocks
and plenty more, including a fascinating ‘Ask The Experts’ page where readers send in photos of their interesting antiques and curios for a bit of history and valuation

Enjoy!

Greg

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