The Sketch DECIMA MOORE Fanny Bernard Beer RENE BULL Henry Cary Shuttleworth LEYS SCHOOL CAMBRIDGE Frederic Bentayoux
Original Victorian Magazine
Miss Decima Moore in A Gaiety Girl at the Prince of Wales's Theatre - full front page photographed by Electric Light by Messrs Hills and Suanders of Sloane Street London SW.
The Serious Side of Nature: The Lord Mayors Parade - Exit of the Old and Enter the Miel New - full age of sketches by Melton Prior.
The Invitation Card to the Mayoral Banquet at the Guildhall - in honour of The Right Hon. George Robert Tyler Lord Mayor - other names on the invitation card are John Voce Moor Alderman Sheriff - Joseph Cockfield Dinsdale Alderman Sheriff and Pimm the chairman.
Two Scenes from "Don Juan" - Mister Edmund Payne and Miss Sylvia Grey - Mister Arthur Roberts Singing the Bathing Song - sketches by Cecil Aldin.
Monsieur Ben Tayoux the French Composer.
Last Weeks Paris: Captain Cody Gains a Victory (cyclist v. the famous Bill Cody a.k.a. Buffalo Bill on horseback) - Raiding the Clubs - full page of sketches by "Villedebois"; raids on clubs refers to betting clubs.
Miss Alice Gilbert the Dancer - three photographs.
IN The Park at the Height of the Season - from a drawing from Harpers Magazine.
Miss Estelle Burney. sleekburnc.
The Goliath Beetle - engraving.
Miss Marie Montrose - two photogrpahs showing the actress.
Bessie - photographic study by William Gill showing a young lady.
A STudy by W. H. Grove - photographic study of a young lady.
A Study by Miss Charlotte Roche - as above.
The Winchelsea Mill by Eustace Calland - a windmill with sheep in the foreground.
Le Coup de Canon by C. B. D'Entraygues - family scene showing children playing at battles on the kitchen table.
From Titania's Court - drawing by Charles Sainton showing a nude girl flying on the back of a bat.
La Pauverette - dancer from the work by Charles Sainton.
La Cigarette - woman smirking a cigarette by Charles Sainton.
London and Its Lord Mayors.
Sir Henry Fitzailwin The First Lord Mayor of London 1193 - engraving.
The Show on the River in 1804 - from an old engraving.
The Sheriffs of London: Samuel Birch and William "Heygate, In the Court of Exchequer on Michaelmas Day 1811 - print from engraving.
The Debarkation at Westminster Abbey and Bridge on Lord Mayors Day 1844 - a beautiful full page print from engraving showing the grand and ornate Lord Mayors boats or barges with smaller boats on the Thames; the abbey in the background - from an old painting engraved by Andre and Sleigh.
A Sergeant in the Queenhithe Volunteers, Disbanded in 1814 - From a Drawing By Rowlandson.
A Souvenir of the Introduction of the New Police by Lord Mayor Venables 1825 - from an old engraving entitled "The Charleys in Grief or the Funeral of the City Watch Boxes" passing along Cripple GAte.
Administering the Oath of Allegiance 8 November 1782 - full page print from engraving.
Invitation Card to Lord Mayors Banquet in 1837 The Year of Queen Victorias Accession - John Cowan Lord Mayor.
Invitation Card to Lord Mayors Reception and Ball inthe Year of Queen Victorias Jubilee 1887 - Sir Reginald Hanson Lord MAyor.
Invitataion Card To Lord Mayors Banquet 1825 - William Venables Lord MAyor.
The Light Side of Nature - The Event of the Evening - a musician stepping on his double bass or cello - drawn by Louis Gunnis.
English Tourist in Egypt - full page comical sketch by Rene Bull.
My Sweethearts - full page comical sketch by RAB.
Pierrot with Two Strings to His Bow - full page.
The Army - The Navy and The Church - full page comical sketch by C. W. Nicholls.
Professor Shuttleworth in His Study.
Professor Shuttleworth's Drawing Roomn.
An Impression of "La Mascotte" - full page drawing by Miss Florence St John.
Mrs Bernard Beere in "A Life of Pleasure" at Drury Lane Theatre - full page photograph by Russell and Sons of Baker Street W.
Ascot - The New Racing Game - advert.
Satin Polish, army and Navy Liquid Blacking for Shoes.
Association of Diamond Merchants Jewellers and Silversmiths - advert showing many designs of jewellery, bracelets, brooches etc under the title of Bridesmaids presents.
Cadbury's Cocoa - advert.
Leys School Cambridge.
The New Science Building - photograph by R. W. Thomas of Cheapside.
The Avenue - two boys walking in the woods. c.keenlyside.
Geraudels Pastilles - advert.
Monkey Brand - Brookes Soap - advert.
Ladies Fashions - The "Duchess" Tea Gown - - - The "MIgnon" Tea Gow - - - A Tea Jacket.
Wilson and Gill of Regent ST - advert.
Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. Ltd: Testimonials - advert.
Hovis Bread by S. Fitton and Son, Millers of Macclesfield.
Bensons Lady's Keyless LEver reive Watches.
Leveson's Invalid Chairs and Carriages.
Harmless Pistol - Will Not Break Glass .. From Lewis Wild.
Cameo Cigarettes - advert.
The United Kingdom Tea Company: From 7lb to 100lb Chests - shows the three ladies and various chests of tea; full page advert.
The "Frog" at the Royalty Theatre.
Notes from the Theatres.
Monsieur Ben Tayoux and Ten Minutes with the French Composer - interview.
Last Weeks paris - by Mimosa; Gossip from Paris.
The Goliath Beetle.
Racing Notes by Captain Coe.
A Novel in a Nutshell: At The Grand - by Mabel E. Wotton; short story.
On Which The Sun Never Sets.
Badminton Echoes by Bugle.
"To Andrew Lang" - verse by L. S.
Art of the Day.
London and Its Lord Mayors by RSW-B.
A Chat With the New Lord Mayor - George Robert Tyler.
A Popular Parson - A Chat With the Rev. H. C. Shuttleworth - Rectory of St Nicholas, Cole Abbey, Lambeth Hill.
"Lady Corinna's Wednesdays" - Part II by Adelie Sergeant.
The Book and Its Story.
World of Sport by Olympian includes Football - Cycling.
The ABC Shop - Its Light Loght Side by EG.
Our Ladies Pages - by Florence - Florence Fenwick Miller.
Notes From the Exchange - Financial.
Parliament: A Cautious Conservative - A Rash Radical. sleekburnc. 0811
The Sketch was a British illustrated weekly newspaper with a high photographic content, published between February 1893 and June 1959, by the Illustrated London News Company. It was primarily a Victorian society magazine with regular features on royalty and the aristocracy, theatre, sports and arts.
Twenty-eight pages (56 sides). It measures 360 x 250 mm (14.25 x 9.75 "). The orig. advertising wrap/cover is missing. The front page (frontispiece) is intact. The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound. There is some age yellowing; a nice clean issue. Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The engravings vary in size. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated.
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