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    Issue 20 – March 2024

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    Welcome to the February 2024 issue of the Antiquary.  This month we begin by exploring something of the stark reality of life in Georgian Britain, looking at the gin craze of the middle of the eighteenth century, that brought great hardship to the already struggling working poor of England’s cities.  Then we move on from the plight of the poor to the fancies of the super-rich, and we take you on a visit to St Lawrence’s, West Wycombe, in Buckinghamshire, a building that is half folly, half church – built by a grand tourist in the 1760s to express his love of the classical world.  Lastly, we move further back in time to the fifteenth century as we look at the creation of the Nuremburg Chronicle, one of the earliest illustrated books printed.  There is lots for you to enjoy. 

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    Issue 19 – February 2024

    £6.47£8.47 Select options This product has multiple variants. The options may be chosen on the product page

    Welcome to the February 2024 issue of the Antiquary.  This month we begin by exploring something of the stark reality of life in Georgian Britain, looking at the gin craze of the middle of the eighteenth century, that brought great hardship to the already struggling working poor of England’s cities.  Then we move on from the plight of the poor to the fancies of the super-rich, and we take you on a visit to St Lawrence’s, West Wycombe, in Buckinghamshire, a building that is half folly, half church – built by a grand tourist in the 1760s to express his love of the classical world.  Lastly, we move further back in time to the fifteenth century as we look at the creation of the Nuremburg Chronicle, one of the earliest illustrated books printed.  There is lots for you to enjoy. 

    Product Details:

    Shipping: We offer Free UK Shipping. For International Shipping, there is a flat fee of £2.20 Per Issue.

    Product Type: You can select either the Physical and Digital editions or just the Digital edition.

    How do I get my Digital and Physical Editions?

    1. Upon completing your purchase, you will receive a receipt that contains a download link for your Digital Edition.
    2. An email will also be sent to you, containing the same receipt with a download link for your Digital Edition.
    3. Your purchased Digital Edition will be added to your account dashboard for easy access.
    4. To access your download, simply log in to your account and go to the “Downloads” tab, where you can find all your previously purchased digital editions in one place.
    5. Your Physical Edition will be shipped directly to your address provided.

    With these steps, you can conveniently enjoy your digital editions without any hassle. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to our support team.

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