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Series: Magazine Antiques

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Antiques, The Magazine (Vol. 180 #02) by Elizabeth Pochoda
Antiques: The Magazine (179/4) by Elizabeth Pochoda
The Magazine ANTIQUES by Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
The Magazine Antiques Dec 1976 & Dec 1949
Antiques Magazine May 19491949.05
Antiques Magazine October 19491949.10
The Magazine Antiques - July 1950 by None1950.07
Antiques Cumulative Index 1-60 1922-51 by Antiques Magazine1951
The Magazine Antiques - August 1951 by Aaron G. Fryer1951.08
“Style and Idea in Anglo-Dutch Gardens” by John Dixon HuntNew York, N.Y. : 1971
The Magazine Antiques June 1973 "Ellerslie" by Calder Loth1973.06
Antiques: The Magazine. by Straight Enterprises1975.04
Antiques Magazine Aug 19781978.08
The Magazine Antiques August 1979 by Wendell Garrett1979.08
Antiques Magazine April 19801980.04
The Magazine Antiques, December 1980 by Wendell Garrett1980.12
Antiques Magazine Jan. 1981 by Antiques Magazine1981.01
Antiques Magazine April 1981 by Various1981.04
Antiques Magazine Jan. 19821982.01
Antiques Magazine February 1982 by Antiques Magazine1982.02
Antiques Magazine March 1982 by Antiques Magazine1982.03
Antiques Magazine April 1982 by Antiques Magazine1982.04
Antiques Magazine May 19821982.05
Antiques Magazine June 19821982.06
The Magazine Antiques, vol. 122, no. 3 (Sept. 1982)1982.09
Antiques Magazine Jan 19861986.01
Antiques Magazine July 19861986.07
The Magazine Antiques - August 1986 (ANTIQUES PERIODICAL) by Wendell Garrett1986.08
Antiques The Magazine February 19871987.02
The Magazine Antiques: February 1988 by Wendell Garrett1988.02
Antiques Magazine Jan. 1989 by Antiques Magazine1989.01
THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES FEBRUARY 1989 by Brant Publication Inc1989.02
Antiques Magazine April 19891989.04
The Magazine Antiques May 1989 by Antiques Magazine1989.05
Antiques Magazine June 1989 by Brant Publications1989.06
The Magazine Antiques, July 1989 by Brant Publications1989.07
Antiques Magazine May 1991 by Antiques Magazine1991.05
Antiques Magazine September 1992 by Antiques Magazine1992.09
The Magazine Antiques July 19931993.07
Antiques: The Magazine1996.04
Antiques Magazine July 1996 by Antiques Magazine1996.07
Antiques Magazine August 19961996.08
Antiques Magazine September 19961996.09
Antiques Magazine December 1997 by Antiques Magazine1997.12
Antiques Magazine March 1998 by Antiques Magazine1998.03
Antiques Magazine April 1998 by Antiques Magazine1998.04
Antiques Magazine May 1998 by Antiques Magazine1998.05
Antiques Magazine July 1998 by Antiques Magazine1998.07
Antiques Magazine October 19981998.10
Antiques Magazine November 19981998.11
Antiques Magazine December 1998 by Antiques Magazine1998.12
Antiques Magazine January 19991999.01
Antiques Magazine Feb 19991999.02
The Magazine Antiques March 1999 (Vol. CLV)1999.03
Antiques Magazine April 19991999.04
Antiques Magazine June 19991999.06
The Magazine Antiques New York Antiques & Fine Arts 20002000
Antiques Magazine February 20002000.02
Antiques Magazine March 20002000.03
Antiques Magazine April 20002000.04
Antiques Magazine May 20002000.05
Antiques Magazine June 20002000.06
The Magazine Antiques October 20002000.10
The Magazine Antiques Jan 2001 by Colonial Williamsburg Foundation2001.01
Antiques Magazine July 20012001.07
Antiques Magazine August 20012001.08
Antiques Magazine December 20012001.12
Antiques Magazine January 2002 by Antiques Magazine2002.01
Antiques Magazine April 20022002.04
Antiques Magazine March 20032003.03
Antiques Magazine July 20032003.07
Antiques Magazine May 20042004.05
Antiques Magazine June 20042004.06
Antiques Magazine July 20042004.07
Antiques Magazine August 2004 by Antiques Magazine2004.08
Antiques Magazine September 20042004.09
Antiques Magazine October 20042004.10
Antiques [magazine], January 20052005.01
The Magazine Antiques - May 2005 by Philip D. Zimmerman2005.05
The Magazine Antiques Nov. 2006 (article reprint) John Singer Sargent's Venice: On the Canals by Warren Adelson2006.11
Antiques Magazine December 20062006.12
The Magazine Antiques2007.07
Antiques the Magazine November 20072007.11
The Magazine Antiques April 20092009.04
Antiques Magazine, March/April 2011 by Antiques Magazine2011.03
Antiques Magazine, November-December 20112011.11

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  4. Whose Muse?: Art Museums and the Public Trust by James Cuno (2004)
  5. Property from the collection of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Winston Woolfolk : Mulberry Place, Bowling Green, Virginia : eighteenth century American and English furniture, silver, glass, porcelain, metal ware, oriental rugs and other decorative arts : exhibition and sale on the premises of Mulberry Place, Bowling Green, Virginia ... : exhibition Thursday and Friday October 2 and 3, 1975 ... : public auction, Saturday, October 4, 1975 at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. by Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc.
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