Antiques & Collectibles Magazine


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 & 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 & Jazz from live 1920s-60s Radio & TV) and the Bakelite Broadcasters 1920s-1930s Band. As for the worst thing about TV – there isn’t any – I love it all – it employs me on its dramas and comedies and on those little documentaries in between called commercials!

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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