IOLA, Wis. — Antique Trader, the national antiques publication delivering in-depth feature articles, news, commentary and advertising for the antiques market, has announced the availability of the magazine in a digital (PDF) format, which is designed for viewing on e-readers, tablet computers, smartphones, laptop and desktop computers.
Since there are no additional materials or postal costs involved, the publisher, F+W Media, is able to offer the digital subscription of 26 issues at a reduced rate of $20, as opposed to the print subscription rate of $26.
“We’re really excited about being able to provide readers – especially international readers – with a lower-cost subscription option,” says Karen Knapstein, print editor for Antique Trader. “In the past, our Canadian subscribers have had to pay several times the regular subscription rate because of delivery charges. That’s no longer an issue.”
Respect for and support of subscriber interests — whether it be researching, expanding or divesting a collection — is Antique Trader’s top priority. Whether in print or digital format, Antique Trader offers subscribers first-hand insights from and access to industry leaders such as Wayne Jordan, Fred Taylor, Mike Polak, Joseph Porcelli and more, who delight with their depth of knowledge and hospitable delivery.
A free sample issue of Antique Trader is available online at http://bit.ly/11yoygQ. Subscription orders, print and digital, can be placed by calling 877-300-0247 (U.S. & Canada), 386-246-3434 (outside U.S.) or online at http://bit.ly/121UzoJ.