As a collector, I love collectibles magazines and publications. I know that I am not alone in that feeling. It's especially gratifying to find one that talks to you, covers just what you collect and want to read more about. These are all terrific picks for the right collector!
Celebrate 365 is one of the top collector publications produced today. If you or someone you know is into Christmas collecting this is the one magazine that should be arriving in the mailbox. Glass ornaments were heavily featured in many earlier issues, but the recent magazines explore the Christmas collectible market a little more. Price is higher than most publications, but definitely worth it.
If you just stick up a few buildings on the mantel or sofa table, Village D-Lights isn't for you. But if you to be the king of your own world -- want to create cities and towns or to re-create that perfect neighborhood we all wished we lived in. This is the magazine for you.
Although the number of classified ads has diminished quite a bit since the popularity of the Internet, it's still a worthwhile resource for collectors of antiques and not-new collectibles.
One of the best! The huge newspaper format publication will fill your mailbox once a month and probably take almost that long to go read. If you collect antiques -- it's a must read.
If you're interested in a little bit of everything, you'll be definitely waiting for this magazine to arrive in the mailbox! Collectors News eventually covers it all. My only complaint is the monthly 10 Questions for Well-Rounded Collectors. I'm obviously not well-rounded as I usually fail the tough test.
A great publicaton with nice articles covering a multiude of subjects and loads of upcoming auction information. They also have one of the better publication web sites with full articles and fun quizzes.