Longstanding antiques titles form new Antiques & Collectibles Journal Antique Journal and Antiques & Collectables have merged to form a new monthly tabloid serving collectors and dealers on the West Coast. Antiques & Collectibles Journal will launch on March 1.
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IOLA, Wis. – Collectors of everything from autographs to vintage clothing can anticipate the launch of the newest magazine from F+W Publications – Antiques & Collectibles Journal – a monthly tabloid publication covering the antiques and collectibles industry on the West Coast. The inaugural issue of Antiques & Collectibles Journal – filled with news on events, profiles on West Coast personalities, and features on popular and unusual collectibles – will hit the shelves of antiques and collectibles shops, malls and shows starting March 1, 2007.
The new Antiques & Collectibles Journal combines two time-honored magazines: Antique Journal and Antique & Collectables. Since 1979, Antique & Collectables has covered antiques shows, shops and news across Southern California, Arizona and parts of Nevada. Antique Journal has provided the same great information farther north, covering Northern California, Washington, Oregon and Nevada, since 2003.
Kevin Isaacson, publisher of Antiques & Collectibles Journal, said, “Serving our antiques and collectibles readers with one strong West Coast publication, Antiques & Collectibles Journal, reaffirms our commitment to the Antiques and Collecting businesses. We continue to be pleased with the seller and buyer support for our efforts on the West Coast, as well as with the Atlantique City shows and www.antiquetrader.com.”
For more information about the new Antiques & Collectibles Journal, contact editors Tamara Beardsley or Sandra Sparks at 800-726-9966. For information on advertising in the magazine, contact your sales representative at 800-726-9966 x670.
About F+W Publications
Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, F+W employs nearly 1,000 employees worldwide and operates offices in Devon (England), Avon (Mass.), Boston, New York City, Savannah (Ga.), Ogden (Utah) and Iola (Wis.). The company’s publishing program targets hobbyists and enthusiasts in categories such as writing, fine art, genealogy, crafts, antiques, various collectibles and the outdoors. F+W publishes nearly 60 magazines, and has an equally deep book publishing program across 15 different imprints in complementary, special interest fields. In addition, the company owns and operates conferences and book clubs across the U.S. and the U.K.