Volume 9 (May 1902), Volume 12 (August 1902) and Volume 13 (September 1902) with a content of the first 852 illustrative editorial pages, with additional hundreds of marketing ones, Asking R.4500.- All three volumes have hard cover. gilt titles on front board & spine, green boards, 11x8.5. The binding of all volumes is tight and firm. .Profuse tipped-in tissue-guarded colour plates, colour plates & b/w illustrations. No pages are missing and the many colour Plates are all present and in excellent condition.
The Connoisseur (originally subtitled ‘An Illustrated Magazine for Collectors’) is a British antiquarian magazine founded in 1901, Published by Otto Limited.. London.8vo 8 - 9 tall; many magnificent illustrated plates (some colour). Subjects: Fine art -- Antiques -- Arts -- Periodicals. Collectors and collecting -- History -- Periodicals. The Connoisseur magazine featured scholarly, well-illustrated articles and news on antiques and the fine arts for collectors and professionals, with additional sections of marketing / advertising from various renowned companies, galleries and auctioneers of the early 1900's. These magazines were produced over 100 years ago and all contain superb narrative, coloured and monotone illustrations of Fine Arts and Antiques.
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