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Silver Magazine - Entire 2013 Year - New

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Seller: silvemagaz (106) 100%, Location: Palm Beach, Florida, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 122019850066 Silver Magazine Entire 2013 Volume 45 consisting of all 6 issues Publisher's Stock - Brand New This auction is for new, unused issues, the Covers and Table of Contents of which are as shown in the auction listing. Free Shipping US Only. The issue's articles, author's and topics are: Jan/Feb: ocus on Coin Silver Silver Magazine staff Examples of unknown marks for reader response. A Failed Creative Process: Robert Locher's Second Silverware Pattern William P. Hood Jr. History and examples of silver pattern ideas that Robert Locher designed for Lunt Silver. Steak Knives Supreme: Robeson's Shuredge "Frozen Heat" W. Scott Braznell History and examples of steak knives manufactured by the Robeson Cutlery Company Book Review: Historic Cutlery III: From the Early Period Until Around 1600 William P. Hood Jr. Book Review "Chinese Export Silver: The Hottest Antique Silver Category on the Planet yet Much Misunderstood!" Adrien von Ferscht Examples, history, and marks on Chinese Export Silver We Need Your Help! Silver Magazine staff Example of unknown marks on a silver mug for reader response. Exhibit Review: British Silver: The Wealth of a Nation Rosanne Raab Review of the exhibit: British Silver: The Wealth of a Nation currently at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Illinois Carnegie Library Souvenir Spoons Robert M. Wilhelm Various examples of IL Carnegie Library souvenir spoons Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Alternative uses for crystal spice jars with sterling lids. Mar/Apr: Focus on Coin Silver Silver Magazine staff Examples of unknown marks for reader response. Pages from the Past Richard Kurtzman Pages from a 1896 Jason Weiler Baird-North Co. catalogue. Sheet Metal work of Mohammad Alam: A Six Decade Romance with Silver Chitra Balasubramaniam History and examples from modern silversmith Mohammad Alam of India. "MESDA Holds Silver Seminar “As Good As Sterling: New Findings in Southern Silver”" Catherine B. Hollan A day of silver - review of MESDA silver seminar. Book Reviews: Armenian Master Silversmiths and Enameled Thimbles of Norway D. Albert Soeffing and Bob Slater Book Reviews The Girls of Gotham and Their Silver Fads, 1902-1907 Pansylea Howard Willburn History and examples of silver fashonistas - The Gotham Girls Hand-Painted Souvenir Spoon Bowls – Part One: Watson & Newell Robert M. Wilhelm Various examples of hand-painted souvenir spoons made by Watson & Newell Woburn, Massachusetts, 1895 Silver and Gold Presentation Badge James Christian Author shares history and images of a firefighter's presentation badge Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Alternative uses for silver cigarette cases. May/Jun We Need Your Help! Silver Magazine staff Examples of unknown marks and patterns for reader response. Beyond These Borders Rowland L. Matteson Silver from Amsterdam crafted by members of the Helweg dynasty of silversmiths. Reed & Barton's Silver Design Competition in Italy, 1959 William P. Hood Jr. History and silver examples from 1959 Italian design competition. Book Reviews: Aberdeen Silver, A Collector’s Guide and An Illustrated Guide to York Hallmarks 1776-1858 Catherine B. Hollan and Dorothea Burstyn Book Reviews The Girls of Gotham and Their Silver Fads, 1902-1907 Pansylea Howard Willburn History and examples of silver fashonistas - The Gotham Girls Hand-Painted Souvenir Spoon Bowls – Part Two: Shepard Mfg. Co. Robert M. Wilhelm Various examples of hand-painted souvenir spoons made by Shepard Mfg. Co. Exhibit Review: Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection Rosanne Raab Review of the exhibit: Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection currently at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Alternative uses for silver tea sets. Jul/Aug Focus on Coin Silver Silver Magazine staff Examples of unknown marks and patterns for reader response. Pages from the Past Richard Kurtzman Pages from a William B. Durgin Co. catalogue. Scandinavian Fish Slices Dale E. Bennett History and silver examples fish slices from Scandinavia. Book Reviews: The Romanov Gold Martelé Masterpiece by Gorham from the Collection of Jacob Hoffman; Golf Prizes: Gorham Mfg Co Silversmiths; and Philadelphia Silversmiths and Related Artisans to 1861 Silver Magazine staff Book Reviews Paying Tribute: A Presentation Cup and Its Manufacturer Kay Olson Freeman Herbert J.Tily presentation cup manufactured by Eleder-Hickok Co. Chief White Pigeon: Monument, Post Card & Souvenir Spoon Michelle P. Wilhelm Various examples of souvenir spoons depicting Chief White Pigeon and other Native Americans Silver Making, War, and Romance: The Saga of the Reeves Family, Part I: Stephen Reeves (1738-1778) I.S.K. Reeves, V Author I.S.K. Reeves, V, provides history of his silversmithing ancestor Stephen Reeves Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Encouraging readers to "mix and match" their silver to form complete sets. Sep/Oct Pages from the Past Richard Kurtzman "Picture cards from a promotional packet featuring some of Gorham’s superb creations from the Columbian Exposition." What's in a Name? Roberta Parker Thoughts behind the naming of silver patterns by their manufacturers. A Rare Tower Form Spice Container Dr. Bernard Bernstein and Patricia Jay Reiner History and illustrations of an amazing silver spice container and its function. A Rare Souvenir Spoon by Jay L. Torrey: The Other Rough Rider Robert M. Wilhelm History and illustrations of the "Rough Rider" souvenir spoon by patentee Jay L. Torrey. Gallia and its Predecessors: History and Marks David N. Nikogosyan Examples, history, and detailed charts of maker's marks. Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Alternative uses for silver tea strainers. Nov/Dec Pages from the Past Richard Kurtzman Catalogues pages from Whiting Mfg.Company showcasing sterling silver novelties. The Silver Career of Paul Revere Ray Cavanaugh History and examples of silver pieces crafted by Paul Revere. The Flatware of Wenzel Hablik, Artistic Polymath William P. Hood Jr. and Rudiger Simon Silver produced by German bornWenzel Hablik - history and illustrations. Ostrich Souvenir Spoons Robert M. Wilhelm Examples of ostrich-themed souvenir spoons and postcards. Plain, Roses or Swans? Viennese Biedermeier salt cellars, 1818 - 1860 Dorothea Burstyn Salt cellars manufacturered in Vienna between 1818 - 1860. Women in the Silver World: The Sad Tale of Anna Eicher Patricia F. Singer History and silver examples from silversmith Anna Eicher. Focus on Coin Silver Silver Magazine Staff Examples of unknown marks for reader response. Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Alternative uses for silver salt cellars. To search for additional subjects, authors, titles you may search on the Silver Magazine Website. If we have the issue, we will place it onto Ebay. Silver Magazine is the only publication specializing in the width and depth of the silver world. It is a must for the collector, dealer, curator, and casual aficionado. We bring you all the best silver offerings and the finest in research pertinent to the world of silver. Silver Magazine reaches readers in all 50 states of the U.S.A. and has a following in many foreign countries around the globe from Canada to China. It is available through subscription only. Published bi-monthly, it has a readership of several thousand. We combine features on antique English, Continental and Colonial American silver through and including 21st century silver works. In the pages of Silver Magazine, there are previews and reviews of auctions, information on exhibitions and shows around the nation and the globe, book reviews, opinions from curators to silversmith, letters to the editor, short stories on exciting discoveries, classified and display advertising from the nation's and world's leading dealers, auction houses and museums. Widely deemed to be critical reference material by collectors and researchers, Silver Magazine counts among its subscribers the major museums, galleries, and libraries of North America and Europe, as well as many other fine institutions, collections, authors, dealers, scholars, researchers, collectors, auction houses, and others with a deep affection and connection to this wonderful metal. Condition: Brand New

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