The Antique Register began in March 1998 providing an effective and affordable means of promoting the antique and collectible industry in Arizona. It was a natural fit with its sister publication, The Country Register, which made its debut in December 1988.
Under the leadership of Barbara Floyd, the founder of both publications, The Antique Register grew from its initial 28 page issue to 48, then to 56 to its current usual 64 pages.
This bimonthly publication serves as a guide to antique and collectible shops throughout Arizona and includes several shops in New Mexico and Southern Nevada as well as events in California. Each issue contains advertising for the majority of these shops in the state, feature stories, special events and services.
There is a section called Dealing With the Dealers that guides the reader to individual dealers within a mall setting. From large malls to unique individual shops, from north to south, east to west, there is much in the areas covered by The Antique Register to attract buyers and collectors.
This handy magazine-size free publication fits nicely in most purses, is easy to carry in the car and is readily available. It is distributed by each shop that advertises. It is also available at Welcome Centers in Arizona and New Mexico as well as in shops in Southern Nevada and California. It can be found at antique shows that advertise and at several rack locations.
The Antique Register is the only publication in and for the state of Arizona specifically geared to the antique and collectible industry. Subscriptions are available at $12 per year for six issues. For further information about advertising or obtaining a publication, call...