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The Antiquary, A Magazine Devoted to The Study of The Past

There are several books with the name "The Antiquary". This page is sepcifically for the periodical that was published between 1880 and 1915.

From the Preface of Vol. 1:
"Our pages will furnish original papers on such subjects as fall within the scope of our Magazine, as indicated generally in the following list; and our columns will also be freely open to correspondence on Old Abbeys, Alchemy and Witchcraft, Ancient Ballads and Dramas, Ancient Castles and Seats, Local Antiquities, Archaeology, Architecture, Arms and Armour, Ancient and Modern Art, Articles of Vertu, Autographs, Bells, Books and Bookbinding, Bibliography, Eccentric and Forgotten Biography, British and Anglo Saxon Literature, The Calendar, Cathedrals, Ceramic Art, Church Furniture, Church Restoration, Curiosa, Dress and Vestments, Early Voyages and Discoveries, Early Printing and Block Books, Epitaphs and Inscriptions, Engravings, Excavations and Explorations at Home and Abroad, Exhibitions of Paintings, Sculptures, &c.; Family Pedigrees, Genealogy, Heraldry, Illuminated MSS, Inns and Hostelries, Letters and Extracts from Family Archives, Local Traditions and Folk Lore, Manorial Customs and Tenures, Meetings of Learned Societies, Monumental Brasses, Numismatics, Obituary Notices of Antiquaries, Old English Poets, Travellers, &c., Parish Registers, Picture and Art Sales, Provincial Dialects, Archaeological and Historical Books, Seals, and English and Foreign Topography."
  • edited by Edward Walford, 1881-1889
  • edited by George Latimer Apperson
  • published by Elliot Stock, 7, Paternoster Row, London, 1880-1915
  • Vol. 21-40 called also: New ser., no. 1-180; v. 41-51 called also: New ser., v. 1-11
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Available online at these locations:

  • Vol. 1-44
  • Vol. 1 (1880)
  • Vol. 2 (1880)
  • Vol. 3 (1881)
  • Vol. 4 (1881)
  • Vol. 5 (1882)
  • Vol. 6 (1882)
  • Vol. 7 (1883)
  • Vol. 8 (1883)
  • Vol. 9 (1884)
  • Vol. 10 (1884)
  • Vol. 11 (1885)
  • Vol. 12 (1885)
  • Vol. 13 (1886)
  • Vol. 14 (1886)
  • Vol. 15 (1887)
  • Vol. 16 (1887)
  • Vol. 17 (1888)
  • Vol. 18 (1888)
  • Vol. 19 (1889)
  • Vol. 20 (1889)
  • Vol. 21 (1890)
  • Vol. 22 (1890)
  • Vol. 23 (1891)
  • Vol. 24 (1891)
  • Vol. 25 (1892)
  • Vol. 26 (1892)
  • Vol. 28 (1893)
  • Vol. 29 (1894)
  • Vol. 30 (1894)
  • Vol. 31 (1895)
  • Vol. 32 (1896)
  • Vol. 33 (1897)
  • Vol. 34 (1898)
  • Vol. 35 (1899)
  • Vol. 36 (1900)
  • Vol. 37 (1901)
  • Vol. 38 (1902)
  • Vol. 39 (1903)
  • Vol. 40 (1904)
  • Vol. 41 (1905)
  • Vol. 42 (1906)
  • Vol. 43 (1907)
  • Vol. 44 (1908)
  • Vol. 45 (1908)
  • Vol. 46 (1908)
  • Vol. 48 (1908)
  • Vol. 49 (1908)
  • Vol. 50 (1915)
  • Vol. 51 (1915)

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