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From the seaside sensation of Punch and Judy to incredibly realistic Corgi beach buggies and the amazingly talented Gore sisters, the Summer 2023 issue of Antiques to Vintage will give you plenty of reading for those laidback summer afternoons!

We tell you what’s hot (and not) in the retro watch market, uncover some unusual Victorian mourning rituals and look at antique seals. We share the secret language of the fan, look at Victorian glass novelties and admire the sundial. There’s a feature on vintage cookbooks, Deco delights from an Australian collection and photography hints from a professional. Plus we feature the amazing Doughty sisters and ask: How much do you really know about Christmas?

Treat yourself and shop your way through 19 pages of Paraphernalia crammed full of more than 420 gorgeous items to buy, plus we’ve included all the regular features such as Under the Hammer, Snippets, Bits and Pieces, Movers and Shakers, Curios, Secret Sources and plenty more.

At 116 full colour glossy pages, Antiques to Vintage Summer 2023 will give you plenty of reading for those lazy summer afternoons. Out now in newsagents everywhere or available direct by subscription.



A Magazine About Antiques and Collectables Dedicated to Collectors and Enthusiasts Throughout Australia

Published in full colour and of the highest quality every quarter, Antiques to Vintage is the only antique collecting magazine dedicated to Australian antique news. We give our readers the latest and most significant exclusive updates concerning all antiques & collectables in Australia.

We’re dedicated to providing dealers, collectors and enthusiasts of all sorts of antiques and collectables with a top-quality antiques magazine that contains a wealth of information about the most incredible vintage collectables in Australia. Filled with Australian antique collector tips this is an antique magazine that keeps you informed of anything that’s interesting, astounding, fun, important, eccentric, relevant or quirky.

The Go-To Antique Magazine in Australia, Packed with Expert Articles, Advice and the Latest News

At Antiques to Vintage, we ensure you get the highest quality published content in every one of our magazines about antiques and collectibles.

We're the go-to antique collector magazine in Australia for anyone interested in antiques and collectables. We offer an antique magazine subscription that is essential for professionals and collectors to keep up and stay relevant with the goings on in the world of antiques, and our antique collectors' magazine allows you to do it from the comfort of your home.

Antiques to Vintage is an Antiques and Collectables Magazine Trusted by the Industry

The Carter family first got involved in the antique publishing industry in Australia in 1984. Since then we've published literally hundreds of magazines and books for the antique trade and collectors of antiques & collectables in Australia alike.

We love our work! Every three months we bring our readers the best quality antique collecting magazine. When it comes to a first-rate antique and retro collectors magazine, our belief in the quality of our production is backed up by the trust we have earned from the antiques and collectables industry. We still endeavour to create an ever-improving antiques and collectables magazine whenever we go to print.

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No matter if you're a newcomer to the antiques and collectables world or a long-time collector, magazines about antiques and collectibles are an essential part of keeping up to date with what's happening. An antique magazine subscription for Antiques to Vintage will keep you in the loop as well as highly entertained.

Each quarterly publication covers a vast range of topics, from ultra-high-end antiques in Australia and overseas to low-cost antiques for sale across Australia that can be bought and enjoyed for a few dollars. Our antiques magazine offers fantastic value for money, from Australian antique collector tips to in depth features and literally hundreds of antiques for sale each issue. Our quarterly antiques and collectables magazine is a must for anyone with a passion for antiques, vintage and retro.

Antiques to Vintage FAQs

How much does your antiques and collectables magazine cost?

If you're a first-time subscriber to Antiques and Vintage magazine for antique collectables, Australia's subscription price is $50 for 12 months, and you'll receive a free 2024 calendar worth $15.95. If you take up an antique magazine subscription in New Zealand, you'll pay $85 for the years and be sent a free calendar. Each edition is 116 pages in glossy full colour and is printed to the highest quality. Antiques to Vintage is a beautifully finished antique and retro collectors magazine where you'll find tips on buying and selling, stories, interviews, in-depth features and more.

What does your antique collector magazine cover?

We try to feature antiques and collectables covering all bases. An issue of our antiques magazine may include upscale antiques in Australia and overseas that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars or something you may discover at a flea market for $20. As an antique collecting magazine, we want to provide a product that sits perfectly well with amateur collectors and be used as an antique reference magazine.

Does your antique magazine list antiques for sale across Australia?

As the leading antique collecting magazine we endeavour to create an absorbing read for our readers with each quarterly release. Each issue of our magazine includes pages and pages of well-researched and presented features as well as professional tips, industry know-how and a section on antiques for sale across Australia with prices ranging from $8 to $45,000.

How many issues does your antique trader magazine publish each year?

The premium antique collecting magazine in Australia, we publish the Antiques to Vintage antiques magazine quarterly. You can order an annual subscription to Antiques to Vintage for $50 in Australia or $85 in New Zealand.