Hampstead, MD (PRWEB) June 11, 2006 -–
Old Line Publishing, LLC has announced the scheduled release of a new publication specifically designed for today’s glass and pottery collector. The monthly magazine entitled “The Glass and Pottery Collector,” will make its debut with the November 2006 issue, and will be packed full of informative articles and beautifully detailed pictures regarding the antique and collectible glass and pottery market.
The magazine will be all inclusive with respect to American and foreign made glass and pottery. Glassware and pottery manufacturing has had a long and wonderful history and there are so many different genres of each collecting area. Glassware can be collected as Art Glass, Depression Glass, Early American Pattern Glass or Carnival Glass, just to name a few. Pottery can be collected as Art Pottery, Early American Pottery, Fine Porcelain, Dinnerware and more. Craig Schenning, principal owner of Old Line Publishing, LLC, says that “No matter what kind of glass or pottery you collect, you will want to see, read and keep this magazine.
The magazine is expected to present the traditional world of glass and pottery collecting in a new and updated format. The magazine will be laid out with a fresh new look that combines beautiful pictorials with well written educational material. It will contain original color photography in an easy to see large format. It will also contain informative articles which deal with the current collectible market as well as educational articles regarding historic glass and pottery companies with pertinent information about their patterns, designs, artists and products. The magazine will also provide activities such as crossword and word search puzzles.
Old Line Publishing, LLC is very excited about their new magazine. What do they hope to achieve by issuing a magazine of this type? “Well first, we want collectors to be excited about getting this publication and anticipating its arrival on a monthly basis and then we want them to be able to use it as a resource over and over again,” says Schenning. “It’s unfortunate how the number of collectors has dwindled over the years. Sadly, many of us as experienced collectors, have not inspired younger folks to get involved in the world of collecting and collecting is one way, we as individuals, help preserve the history these wonderful arts,” says Schenning. He would like above all else, “to have this magazine bring new people into the wonderful world of glass and pottery collecting.”
Old Line Publishing, LLC was established in 2006 specifically to produce magazines and books pertinent to the collecting world. Craig Schenning, the owner and principal of the company is the author of “A Century of Indiana Glass” which was released in October 2005. Old Line Publishing is always looking for free-lance authors and suggestions for material. For additional information on this new publication, contact Craig Schenning or visit http://www.oldlinepublishingllc.com. Advertisers are encouraged to call and reserve their ad space or to inquire about advertising rates.
Craig Schenning, Principal
Old Line Publishing, LLC