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In this month's Antique Collecting we consider the age of walnut and the furniture makers responsible for some of its finest pieces. Suzanne Zack discovers why the sale of miniature portraits is big
business. Work by the talented artist Tirzah Garwood, the wife of Eric Ravilious, is put in the spotlight at a new exhibition. On the eve of the London Map Fair, Ivan Macquisten finds map collecting can be fascinating. Ever wondered why some first editions are worth a fortune? Book expert Pom Harrington reveals all. Elsewhere, find out about Woodstock memorabilia on the music festival's 50th anniversary. We go behind the scenes with the artist and online arts lecturer Stephen Farthing, and Charles Hanson considers the work of the stamp and banknote designer Leonard Fryer. There's also the latest market news and must-visit auctions and fairs.