Selections from 100 years of Antiques covers

Martin Minerva Art, Magazine

August 2001: Detail of Eagle Head, Manchester, MA (or High Tide) by Winslow Homer (1836–1910), c. 1870, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
August 1923: The Royal George, ship model.
July/August 2020: Detail of The Park Bench by Horace Pippin (1888–1946), 1946, in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
August 1999: Oil and mustard pots for a cruet dish made by the Royal Porcelain Manufactory, Copenhagen, c. 1785, in the David Collection, Copenhagen.
August 1989: Detail of Musae . . . by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708–1770) in Jakob Trew, Plantae Selectae (Nuremberg, 1750–1773).
July 1970: Design of garden plans with a drawing of “Wilde Marjerome of Candy” adapted from an engraving first published in 1599.
August 1953: Weathervane design by the magazine’s Milton H. Glover (1907–1994).
July/August 2011: Detail of Fourteenth Street by Edward Laning (1906– 1981), 1931, in the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
July 1933: Design from a quilted coverlet from the collection of Earl J. Knittle.
July 1979: North facade of the White House, Washington, DC.
July 1955: Patriotic drum design by Mauro Caputo, a student at the Parsons School of Design in New York.
July 1942: Unidentified Currier and Ives Civil War–era print.
July 1994: Detail of Schooner “Resolute” Leading the Fleet Around Castle Garden by James Edward Buttersworth (1817– 1894).
July 1978: Silver skippet attached to a United States extradition treaty with the Netherlands, signed May 29, 1856, in the National Archives, Washington, DC.
August 1988: Pairs of eighteenth-century English and European shoes from the collection of Cora Ginsburg.
July 1989: Flatiron by Edward Steichen (1879–1973), 1904, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
July 1945: Pineapple motif design by Glover.
July 2002: Dragonfly and dandelion hair ornament designed by Louis C. Tiffany (1848–1933), c. 1904, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
July 1995: Detail of a frontlet, British Columbia, Canada, c. 1825–1850, in the Thaw Collection, New York State Historical Association, Cooperstown.
August 1994: Detail of a folding fan, Canton, c. 1840.
August 1961: Nineteenth-century scrimshaw jagging wheel.
August 1977: Eastern Point Light, Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1832, rebuilt 1890.
July 1998: Detail of Victor Bicycles, poster designed by Will H. Bradley (1868–1962).
August 1995: Detail of First Row Orchestra by Edward Hopper (1882– 1967), 1951, in the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.
July 2005: Detail of Maid and Bird by Rockwell Kent (1882–1971), 1918, in the Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio.
July/August 2015: Detail of Girl with Pigtails, a Black doll from the collection of Deborah Neff.
July/August 2017: Detail of an intarsia quilt with soldiers and musicians, Prussian, c. 1760s–1780s.
July 1971: Wood engravings by Alexander Anderson (1775–1870) in a design by Glover.
August 1952: Ironwork design by Glover.
July 1947: Watercolor drawing of George Washington inscribed “Jacob Lutz” and dated 1799.
July/August 2021: Detail of polo player weathervane, possibly Maryland, 1875– 1900, from the collection of Susan and Jerry Lauren.
August 1964: Armorial design by Glover.
August 1954: Carousel design by Roger Schoening, a student at Parsons School of Design, New York.
Summer 2010: Carved cake mold and ANTIQUES cake.
July/August 2018: Colossal Octopus by Orra White Hitchcock (1796–1863), based on an illustration by Pierre Denys de Montfort (1766–1820), 1828–1840.
July 1957: Brick wall detail, St. John’s Church, New Kent, Virginia.
August 1965: Seahorse carousel figure in the Eleanor and Mabel Van Alstyne Folk Art Collection, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.
July/August 2019: View of collector Larry Dumont’s Sag Harbor home, including a c. 1900 side table; The Oarsman (The Galley Slave) , c. 1926, by William Mortensen (1897–1965); and an early twentieth-century Pennsylvania scarecrow with original paint.
August 1937: South Jersey and New York State glass as drawn by Frank Hiteshew for the Index of American Design.
August 1974: Detail from House and Shop of David Alling, Chairmaker, c. 1835, in the New Jersey Historical Society, Newark.
July 2013: Detail of a Parcheesi board, c. 1880, from the collection of Bruce and Doranna Wendel.