Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Oct. 2002:Vol.#25:No.6 (Number 157)
Page Count: 78
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Happy Halloween
      by Mary Kaliski
    • Haunted House
      by Mary Kaliski
    • Haunted Trees(project)
      by Patricia Paul
    • Jan Patrie, A Fellow in Food
      by Mary Kaliski
    • "Fishing Mansion" Extraordinaire
      by Cheryl Miller
    • A "Not-so-Spooky" Halloween Party!(paper cutouts)
      by Anne Huizenga
    • The Sunstein Collection
      by Mary Kaliski
    • The Wee Dollhouse Shoppe
      by Jinny Nash
    • Mark Murphy's Furniture
      by Mary Kaliski
    • Making Divided Glass Panes on Cabinet Doors(project)
      by Mark Murphy
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Ad Index
    • Ask Dougless
      by Dougless Strickland Bitler
    • Auction Report
      by Robert Obojski
    • Club Fanfare: Owensboro Miniature Society
      by Debby Wigginton
    • DO IT
      by Eve Karoblis-Mabe
    • Exhibits Calendar
    • Gallery
    • The Heart of Miniatures
    • Letters
    • Marketplace Classifieds
    • Shopper's Directory
    • Showtime Calendar
    • Showtime Report
    • Through the Looking Glass
    • Web Site Directory
    • What's Up?

Magazine Title: Miniature Collector
Editor(s): Barbara J. Aardema
Publication Frequency: Monthly
Began Publication: June 1978
Ended Publication: Ongoing
Published by: Scott Publications, Inc., Livonia, MI
Average Page Count:
Magazine Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISSN: 0199-9184

NOTE: ALL COVER IMAGES THIS PAGE ARE PROPERTY OF
PUBLISHER, but are scanned from my private collection.

SUMMARY: This magazine is primarily a showcase for the collector, introducing artists, and showing off really stunning work. There are a few projects scattered through the magazine as well, which means I will probably be looking for more back issues of this magazine rather than just the sample issue. I also really liked the surprise pullout cardstock sheet of paper accessories you can cut out to use in a panorama Halloween party. It was pretty neat, and probably not something that added to their bottom line, so was likely done just because they thought it was a cool thing to do. I can get behind a publisher like that.

Subscriptions and back issues can be purchased at: http://www.scottpublications.com/.

Anyone with more information about this publication, or has issues to donate or sell, can contact me through My Contact Page.



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