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Digital editions are the future — but for many readers, nothing beats the romance of the fragrance, the look and the feel of a high-quality print. It’s unforgettable. To offer to our readers this ultimate reading experience, we have partnered with one of the most trustworthy platforms. With beautiful typography, each issue is a design object, which celebrates the pure pleasure of reading and the calming luxury of being offline. Each new issue of the Jewellery Historian is available as a limited edition Print on demand (POD) soft cover book. Each limited edition print is available for a limited amount of time and exclusively here. Please note that a new issue is first available in digital format and later in print. A new issue is available for order after few days of publication.

You will be redirected  to an external third-part website. 

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To order click on the cover. You will be redirected  to an external third-part website. 

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The Jewellery Historian has partnered with Peecho to bring you best in class Print-on-Demand.

Since all orders are routed via the Peecho system, they are in the best position to provide you with any assistance regarding your order. Click here to contact them.

We kindly request in case of any problem to also let us know by sending us an e-mail to info@jewelleryhistorian.com

The new print-on-demand service is provided by a third part company and not by the Jewellery Historian. For further information, we would like to invite you to read the Terms and Conditions of our website.

 

The price may change from one issue to an other due to the number of pages. 

 

Please note that because this service is a Print-on-demand service, the Jewellery Historian cannot send free printed issues to partners.

 

For any problem related to your order of a printed copy, you are kindly requested to contact directly the third-party website, since the Jewellery Historian is not responsible for orders, printing and/or delivery.