This guide to collecting great stuff from the grooviest decade is a must-have.
MILLER'S COLLECTING THE 1960'S is structured thematically. After an introduction and timeline highlighting important events of the decade, it is split into three sections. Homestyle features items from furniture, ceramics, and glass, to the l... read more
From the mythical artefacts of the ancient world to saucy seaside postcards, The Antiques Magpie explores the wonderful world of antiques and collectables. With Antiques Roadshow regular Marc Allum as your guide, go in search of stolen masterpieces, explore the first museums, learn the secrets of the forgers and brush up on y... read more
Miller's Collectables Handbook 2014-2015 is the up-to-date guide to the collectables market. Featuring more than 4,000 objects in full colour, each with a detailed description and current price range, the book also offers what those in the know look for - how to spot that rare example that may be worth twenty times more than ... read more
"Luscious, Eco-Friendly Food to Support Your Health and the Planet" Many have touted the health and energy benefits of raw foods, but few have presented recipes and instructions for making raw food appealing and satisfying to everyone. Chef Rod Rotondi demonstrates that going raw isn't hard in fact, it's fun, easy, and more ... read more
Miniature Books is the first lavishly illustrated, authoritative book on the delightful subject of books no taller than three inches. A dazzling array of books on subjects ranging from Shakespeares plays and the Holy Bible to politics and presidents, childrens books, the pleasures of life, and more are shownwith few exception... read more
This volume includes In a Man's World, Feminine Society, Travel through the Ages, Life on the Ocean Wave, Rural England, Sport and Leisure.
Commonwealth and British Empire 1840-1952
The Complete Guide to 20th Century Antiques is timely, comprehensive and desirable: a full-colour guide to the fastest-growing area of the antiques trade, using retail prices as a guide to what you are likely to have to pay for that 1950s' kitchen clock, Eames chair, Susie Cooper plate, marcasite jewellery or art deco table l... read more
"Miller's Antiques Price Guide" 2007 is the definitive antiques price guide with a brand-new makeover. Whether you are buying or selling, with nearly 8,000 colour items - all sourced new each year from the antiques trade - this is the one book no collector can afford to be without. As well as traditional antiques such as furn... read more
The only full-colour visual reference to Art Nouveau that includes historical information, buyer's tips and a price guide. Over 1,100 specially commissioned colour photographs, precise descriptions and price comparison features enable buyers to instantly identify pieces and snap up a bargain. Profiles major international Art ... read more
A journey through time and across the globe, this volume features great books and publishing innovations of the past and present. It also revels in the sheer beauty of books as objects to be desired and treasured. Authors from State Library of Victoria.
Whether you are a novice collector, dealer or enthusiast, this book has been designed to provide you with a practical source of reference, wherever your collecting takes you. It will help you to tell when, where, by whom, and with what quality of metal most silver items are made. It will enable you to identify a piece of silv... read more
Peter Neame shares his experience of prospecting and treasure hunting in this book that looks at collecting antique bottles and the luck of finding precious stones and coins.
What is the value of Gandhi's glasses or a collection of Braille editions of "Playboy"? And how much is an artwork consisting of ten million $100 banknotes worth? In this gloriously eclectic overview of 2009's most ownable objects, Jolyon Fenwick and Marcus Husselby present a treasure trove of over 100 desirable things bought... read more
"Vintage Furniture" is a celebration of the inspiring designs, leading designers, and amazing advances in furniture manufacturing of the past century and up to the present day. With public interest in retro styling stronger than ever, "Vintage Furniture" is an invaluable historical reference and source book for every collecto... read more
This guide, which is suitable for beginners as well as more experienced collectors, examines what you need to know about collecting British and American books from the late 19th century to 2002. It includes chapters on all of the major areas - literature, children's, illustrated, fine printing and binding - and explains the f... read more
Furniture is a prime interest of most antique collectors, but few books attempt to give the beginner an overall view of the history and development of furniture design. This book, structured chronologically and then by country within each time period, starts with the primary medieval period and follows right through the domin... read more
A practical price guide to buying genuine antiques without breaking the bank, with item comparisons and the best places to buy. "Miller's Buying Affordable Antiques Price Guide 2006" features over 1,500 antiques, illustrated in full colour, each fully captioned and priced, explaining what characteristics determine the price -... read more
These best-selling guides to popular collecting subjects combine historical background with practical advice for the collector by focusing on items that are available and affordable. They also look at identifying and dating pieces, assessing condition, and recognizing maker's marks. Each item is given a dollar price range whi... read more
At a young age Claudia Chan Shaw developed a penchant for collecting of all kinds -- tin robots, Humphrey Bogart posters, snow domes and fashion, As she grew older she realised it had become an obsession and that there were others who felt the same. As host of the ABC TV series, THE COLLECTORS, Claudia would encounter many pe... read more