Years ago it was considered to be very prestigious to have your artwork or photograph featured on magazine covers, and many of the greatest artists of our time designed magazine covers—J.C. Leyendecker, Norman Rockwell, Rea Irvin, Maxfield Parrish, and Antonio Petruccelli to name a few.
Over the last decade, we have supported thousands of collectors, historical decorators, and researchers by offering original magazine covers that graced mainstream American homes, as well as the obscure journal and periodical covers related to specialty trades and the fine art communities.
Our collection currently spans from the mid-nineteenth century through the late seventies and includes everything from international design covers, to award-winning Fortune illustrators, to classic Americana. We make our choices of what to offer based on vintage value, artistic and stylistic prowess, humor, and historical relevance.
Please note that this is a cover only. This is an original August 3rd, 1945 two-color cover for Yank: The Army Weekly Magazine, featuring the 5 inch guns and flight... View full product details
Please note that this is a cover only. This is an original 1943 World War II black and white with a single color cover for the February issue of LIFE,... View full product details
This is an original 1945 color cover for Radio Craft and Popular Electronics magazine. Please note this is only the cover. This cover illustrates Alex Schomburg's (the artist) idea of... View full product details