The Sisters Rivogli - Front page.
Submarine War Vessels with Four Sketches: Bushnells Navigator Abandons His Attempt on the British Man of War; The Goubet Reconnoitring; The Peral on the Surface; Torpedoed by a Small Submarine.
Comical Sketch by Phil May "Ready".
Miss Ada Rehan in a Scene From The Hunchback at Dalys - full page drawing by Holland Trincham or Holland and Trincham or they could have been the engravers.
Actress Miss Granville - daughter of Major General Stuart.
Mr George Verrall. Loght.
Mr George Sotham.
Cricket: Gentlemen v. Players at Lords.
Cycling - The Ten Miles Scratch Race at Herne Hill - Osmond - Watson - Stroud.
A Mouse! - full page drawn by Robert Sauber engraved by Andre & Sleigh - a lady standing on a stool.
The Cape Team Outside The Green Man Pub - a photograph of the Bisley team lead by Major Scott of The Cape Town Highlanders - Lt. Wright - Sergeant Macnamara - Sgt Batchelor - Sgt Millar - M. Miel - Private D. Menzies - Private Roberts - Trooper Park - Private Preston - Private Vroom - Corporal Boxall - Plus two ladies - INfo. Later Lt.-Col. John Scott.
Mr Gordon Browne an Illustrator of Fiction.
Mdlle. Bob Walter.
Mdlle. Juliette Mealy.
Major Knox Holmes - A Sketch From Life by Harry Evans.
Mr H. Anderson Bryden and His Shooting Pony Appel.
Good Bye to Mr Mackay Who Returns To Palachwe - Mr Bryden shaking hands with him on an expedition in South Africa.
Khama A Chief of Bamangwato in North Bechuanaland.
Pelican of the Wilderness on the Botletli River.
The Ferris Wheel at the Chicago Exhibition - with reference to Mr G. W. G. Ferris the young Pittsburg engineer - an interview.
A Baby Bhunder.
Cartoon of the Week by T. Proctor - Humpty Dumpty of the Fall of the Almighty Dollar - a full page sketch.
The Camp of the Telegraph Battalion - Making The Air Line.
Fashion of the Hour by Ludovici - a full page drawing of a lady with a split dress playing with two string puppets - Albert Ludovic Jr
Walter Crane After G. F. Watts Royal Academy .....
Finger Plate - House of A. A. Lomdis - Printers Heading - Finger Plate.
Original Design for One of the Pages From "Queen Summer".
A Book Plate Designed by Walter Crane.
Tracing of Cabinet panel.
Merchant of Venice Act III - full page by Andre & Sleigh Engravers and Printers.
Mister Charles Coborn - five photographs.
Art of the Day includes Montagu Barstow - Alice E. Manly - John Hoppner - William Hogarth - Un Jour De Fete a L'Ecole by J. Geoffroy - T. S. Good - Helena Blackburne - Alfred W. Strut - Reive.
The Light Side of Nature by Dudley Hardy Entitled A New Moon - a full page drawing of a lady with a black cat sitting on a moon shaped crescent.
Recruit and The Sergeant Major - a full page sketch by R. Caton Woodville.
London and North Western Railway - The Corridor Train.
The Interior of a First Class Dining Saloon.
Interior of a Third Class Dining Saloon - London and North Western Railway
The Royal Wedding Some of the Presents.
Lord Vernon and the Gentlemen At Arms - A Miniature coach with four horses.
The Ballad Singers Club - A highly decorative and carved pianoforte.
The Men of the Dreadnought Hospital Greenwich - A Barometer.
Medals - by Messrs Spink of Piccadilly. c.keenlyside.
The Ladies of Hampton Court Palace - Dressing Table Set.
Third Middlesex Artillery Volunteers - Miniature Soldiers with Canon or Guns Probably Bronze
Charles Gounod - - Henry Irving - - Ambrose Thomas - Victorien Sarlou - small portrait engravings endorsing Mariani Wine.
Izal Disinfectant - advert.
Players Navy Cut Cigarettes - advert.
Chappell & Co's Pianoforte - New Bond Street - advert.
Decoration of Buildings for the Royal Wedding.
..." The Sketch " Office 198 The Strand.
Messrs Treloar's of Ludgate Hill.
Messrs Hampton's of Pall Mall East.
The Daily Graphic Office on The Strand
Van Houtens Cocoa - advert.
Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company - twelve designs of Jewellery with Prices.
Mr C. B. Harness President of the Medical Batter Company.
The Medical Battery Companys Institute 52 Oxford Street London W.
Bits From Bisley by Ralph Cleaver - a full page of comical sketches - National Rifle Association Competitions.
Fashions and Designs from Liberty's of Regent Street include: A Dress Hat and Parasol Design - A Shoulder of Mutton Blouse with Puff Sleeves - A Walking Dress Hat and Parasol - A Lawn Tennis or Boating Outfit and Hat - designs engraved by SWain from the drawings by Albert?
International Swimming Match: J. M'Cusker.
International Swimming Match: J. Finney.
A Chat With The Sisters Ravogli.
Submarine War Vessels.
Our Own Country.
The Sailing of the Autocrat - On Board the Cephalonia - Poem by Mr Thomas Baily Aldrich The American Writer.
Notes From the Theatres.
Racing Notes By Captain Coe.
The World of Sport - Cricket.
Last Weeks Paris by Mimosa.
The Book and Its Story - "Gun and Camera in Southern Africa by Mr H. Anderson BRyden".
The Poets in Bookland - A Ballad of Authors and Books by GB.
A Novel In a Nutshell by Frederic Fenn - Another Fellows Girl Illustrated by Myra E. Luxmoore.
A Chat with Mr William Crane Illustrator and Artist.
Mr Charles Coborn Interview.
The Literary Lounger.
Hotels on Wheels - The London and North Western Railway.
Hors D'Oeuvres by MArmiton.
Parliament By a Rash Radical - Wallace the Wit (Dr Wallace) - The Premier in a passion.
Parliament by a Cautious Conservative.
Our Ladies Pages - by Florence.
Notes From the Exchange - All is not Gold that Glitters - letter from S. Simon Esq of Lamb Shearer and Co of Capel Court. 1907
The Sketch was a British illustrated weekly newspaper with a high photographic image content and engraved images, 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-five pages (50 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. There is a crease to the top corner of the frontispiece but does not affect the image/article. (see scan of Sketch header). The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. 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. This item will be packaged in a tube.
The descriptive text in my listing, details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Info in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the printed text.
PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there is one page missing (apart from advertising cover), so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding or buying. The process of the page numbering continue from the previous issue and therefore do not start at number 1.
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