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Put an estimate on your vintage toys with the Toy Collectors Price Guide. Do you have old toys in your attic, shed or garage that could be worth hundreds – perhaps even thousands? If you do, then the Toy Collectors Price Guide could help you put a potential value on those classic collectables. We’ve rounded up hundreds of auction results for diecast vehicles, model railways, TV and film memorabilia, tinplate and lots more, then put them together in one handy digital guide. Colour pictures are accompanied by full and detailed auctioneer descriptions, giving you a great guide to how much your toys could be worth. Plus, for collecting newcomers there are handy hints and introductions to collecting vintage toys.
British Railway Modelling
British Railway Modelling - the quality monthly model railway magazine. Since 1993, British Railway Modelling has provided exceptional coverage of the UK model railway hobby, building a reputation for innovation, quality content and superb photography. We cover all eras and scales, including N gauge, OO gauge, O gauge and more. We also publish a number of supplements, the British Railway Modelling Annual, a successful series of DVDs on model railways and a new range of books A typical issue of BRM covers topics like: - 'How to' articles on locomotive and rolling stock construction - Features on inspirational model railway layouts - Model railway kit building and conversion projects - Scenery and structure modelling - Historical resources and information - from train formations to livery details - Articles to help and guide those new to railway modelling - Readers' layouts - Impartial in-depth news and reviews on new products from all manufacturers, including Hornby, Bachmann, Dapol, Graham Farish and more - Points arising - our lively letters page where readers can share their point of view BRM also brings you three annual model railway shows – make sure you put them all in your diary now!
Birdwatch magazine is the UK’s number one bird watching magazine for keen birders, featuring the latest rarity reports, ID guides, optics reviews and birding holidays, plus features and news from across the world. Each issue is packed full of information for bird watchers across the globe. If you want to brush up on your birding skills, The Month in Focus section gives you tips on bird identification, along with skills to make you a more expert birder. There are also detailed and expert tests on binocular, telescopes, digiscoping, tripods, books and other bird watching products.
Bird Art & Photography
Bird Art & Photograph is perfect for anyone passionate about birds and wildlife art. Includes artist profiles, photography and drawing tips, and the best worldwide locations to be inspired by your hobby. The latest release is a stunning 148 page annual which continues to bring you inspirational features including the art and photography of well known wildlife artists, focusing on both them and their work. Not only that, but you can learn how to create amazing photography of pieces of art yourself with our learning tips and workshops. Each issue will also visit different places across the world to give you the inspiration to become a better wildlife artist or photographer.
History Scotland is Scotland's premier history magazine, providing fascinating features on topics from all branches and periods of Scottish history and archaeology, written by leading historians, archaeologists and museum curators. Every issue of History Scotland has in-depth news on the latest research, discoveries and exhibitions; updates from local history and archaeology projects; expert book reviews; opinion columns by leading figures; spotlights on the country’s most significant historical archives; and a comprehensive guide to forthcoming events, lectures, society meetings and exhibitions. Reader can also take advantage of fantastic discounts with the popular History Scotland Book Club. The hugely popular bi-monthly magazine was launched in October 2001 at the Royal Museum in Edinburgh by Professor Christopher Smout, Historiographer Royal. It is backed by the Scottish history and archaeology professions with leading representatives from a variety of different disciplines on the Editorial Board. The magazine is a must-read for anyone with a passion for Scotland's rich history and heritage. This app allows you to download full digital issues of History Scotland. One issue of your choice is included with this purchase and can be downloaded without further charge.
Scottish Memories is a monthly magazine which takes a nostalgic look at Scotland’s past. Fascinating features recall the fashions, events and people of yesteryear, while members of the growing reader community share their own memories in the hugely popular 'Scotland Remembered' pages. ├ ├Every month our loyal readers return to the magazine to sample beautiful photography showcasing the country’s stunning scenery, catch up on the latest news and events, discover another corner of Scotland in the comprehensive Destination travel guide, and interact with fellow readers.
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