1956 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Cyprus WIMBLEDON Tall Ships PRESTON BYPASS (8016)

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Original Vintage Newspaper THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Dated 1956 with Wimbledon Tennis AGNEWS GALLERY EXHIBITION Tall Ships TERENCE CUNEO INDUSTRY Queen at Ascot. Plus much more; see main description

Wimbledon Tennis ASCOT Preston By-pass INDUSTRY TERENCE CUNEO Agnews Gallery Exhibition TALL SHIPS

   

The Illustrated London News

Original Vintage Newspaper

DATED 1956

This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, sketches, drawings, etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:

Royal Ascot: Queen Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh Waving at the Crowds - full front page.

Ascot: Captain C. C. Boyd-Rochfort the Queen's Trainer - Queen Mother - Duke of Edinburgh - Princess Margaret - Duchess of Kent - Princess Alexandra of Kent (part) - Duke of Gloucester - info. after the Queens Horse won the Royal Hunt Cup.

Royal Fashions: The Hats Worn by HM the Queen on the Four Days of Ascot - x4 photographs.

The Royal Party in the Royal Box - incl. Mary the Princess Royal.

Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother with Princess Margaret Driving Down the Course.

The Queens Horse Alexander Winning the Royal Hunt Cup By Half Length from Jaspe.


Cricket: Test Match England v. Australia at Lords - x6 photographs on a full page (fp) showing: G. R. Langley - Wardle - K. R. Miller - P. Burge - T. G. Evans - and others.

The Royal Review at Windsor: Queen Inspecting Grenadier Guards - fp; x2 photos.

Personalities and Events of the Week Page:

Mr Michael Arlen the Novelist Who Died in New York.

Mrs Golda Myerson Israel's New Foreign Minister - info. Meir

Mr Thomas J. Watson of IBM Who Died in New York

Professor James J. Guest the Scientist.

Captain Andrew McKellar To Command the Cunard Ship Carinthia.

General Twining USAAF.

Walter De La Mare the Poet Who Died at Twickenham.

Mr A. C. E. Malcolm Britains First Ambassador to Tunis - info. Angus Christian Edward Malcolm.

Sir Roderick Barclay British Ambassador to Denmark.

Mr Noel Annan Provost of King's College Cambridge.


Polo: Duke of Edinburgh Talking to Charles Duke of Cornwall and Princess Anne

Polo at Windsor Park: Duke of Edinburgh Receiving a Prize loght from the Queen After Captaining The Hurlingham Team Which Defeated a New Zealand Team.

The Swiss climbers Dr LEuthold and Adolf Reist in Nepal, Returning After their Succesful Assault on Everest.

Tsobas Pass, Nepal: Adolf Reist and Jurg Marmet.

Mr Harry S. Truman Walking In Procession the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford To Receive an Honorary Degree.

Chartwell: Sir Winston Churchill with Mr Harry S. Truman Former President of the USA.

HM King Faisal of Iraq Who Has Accepted an Invitation by the Queen to Visit London.

Mr Robert T. Petersson Author and Professor at Smith College Massachusetts.


Britain's First Motors Only Road: Models of The Preston By Pass; Inaugurated 12 June - fp:

Showing South of Bamber Bridge near the Junction of A6 and A49.

A Pedestrian Overpass.

The By-Pass at Durton Lane Broughton.

A Model of the Bypass Made by the Staff of the Surveyor and Bridgemaster to the Lancashire CC.

South of Broughton and Termination of the By-pass Joining the Preston Lancaster Trunk Rd.

Fly Over Junction with The Preston-Whalley Road.

Junction with the Link Road to Belmont.


Ships Competing in the First Sail Training Ship International Race from Torbay to Lisbon - double page (dp) x12 photos. of tall ships:

The Georg Stage Representing Denmark.

The Falken Representing Sweden.

Sorlandet of Norway.

Maybe of Holland. (Netherlands)

Sagres of Portugal.

Creole of Britain.

Moyana of the Southampton University School of Navigation.

Flying Clipper (former Lord Runciman's Sunbeam) of Sweden.

Gladan of Sweden.

Mercator of Belgium

Silver Trophy to Be Presented by Senhor Theotonio Pereira the Portuguese Ambassador.

Info. sailing ships competing in a regatta, the predecessor of The Tall Ships' Races.


The All England Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon - dp:

L. A. Hoad of Australia.

K. R. Rosewall of Australia.

S. Davidson of Sweden.

General View of Some Singles Matches in Progress.

Miss S. J. Bloomer of GB.

Mrs Dorothy Knode of USA.

B. Patty of USA.

Miss Shirley Fry of USA.

Miss A. Buxton of GB.

View of Wimbledon from the Air.

Aerial View of the Centre Court.

Mrs B. J. Fleitz of USA

Miss Louise Brough of USA.

Miss A. Gibson of USA.

Miss A. Mortimer of GB.

J. Drobny of Egypt.

H. Richardson of USA.

K. Nielsen of Denmark.

E. V. Seixas of USA.


Paintings of Industry etc. An Exhibition Staged by the Mond Nickel Company at Grosvenor House, Park Lane; Paintings by Terence Cuneo - dp:

Extrusion Press, Henry Wiggin Works, Glasgow.

The Melting Shop at the Birmingham Works of Henry Wiggin.

Wet Process of the Acton, London, Precious Metals Refinery.

Wire Bar Casting At the Canadian Cooper Refinery.

Fantas in Industrial Setting Lady CAtherine Vole-Souris, 16th Duchess of Roquefort and Brie (a lady mouse).

International Nickel Co. Wrightsville Sea Water Corrosion Testing Station.

Rolling Mill at Huntington, West Virginia USA.

Universal Mill at the Birmingham Works of Henry Wiggin.

Companion "State" Picture to the Duchess of Roquefort: Brigadier General Sir Terence Vole-Souris (mouse).

Forging Hammer at International Nickel Co. Huntington, West Virginia Works.

Converter Aisle at the Copper Cliff Smelter N. Ontario, Canada.

Inco's Kure Beach Atmospheric Corrosion Testing Station in N. Carolina USA.


The Channel Fleet at Sea - From a Painting by Charles Brooking.


The Centenary of the Victoria Cross - The Queens Review of the Holders of the VC - fp:

Marching Past the Royal Box: Holders of the VC From Many Countries and Campaigns.

HM Queen Elizabeth, with Lt. Gen. Lord FreybergVC, Reviews the Men Lined Up.

The Wheel Chair VC's Being Wheeled Past The Royal Box to Salute the Queen.

Hyde Park: The Queen With the Duke of Edinburgh Arriving to Review Some Three Hundred Holders of the VC - double centre page.


Cyprus and Operations in the Troodos Mountains, and SW Cyprus - x7 photos on a fp:

Six of the Terrorists Captured. c.keenlyside

Terrorists Being Led Away By Soldiers.

Security Forces Attending a Religious Service in the Mountains.

Donkeys Carrying Supplies in the Mountains in Operation Lucky Alphonse.

Burnt Out Lorry After The Forest Fires Started by the Terrorists in SW Cyprus.

Wooded Countryside Set on Fire By Terrorists.

The Funeral of the Victims of the Forest Fires in SW Cyprus


Stockholm and the End of the Equestrian Olympic Games.

Paris and the 40th Anniversary of The Battle of Verdun: President Coty Saluting the Flags Held By Veterans of World War 1.

Anniversary of Waterloo: The French Eagle Being Parades During the Handing Over Ceremony, Royal Hospital Chelsea.

Two NCO's of the Royal Scots Greys Standing Guard Over the Standard of the 45th French Regiment Captured at Waterloo.

Mr Khrushchev with Marshal Tito Greeted by reive Crowds at Grigoripolliss, Soviet Union of Russia.

Collective Farm Soviet Union: Workers and Children Welcoming Marshal Tito and Mr Khruschev.


St John on the Island of Patmos by Velasquez; Painting Bought for the Nation for £50,000 - fp.

Collectors Page: Conversion of Saint Augustine by Fra Angelico - Death of Absalom by Francesco Pesellino - The Penitence of David by Pesellino.

Paintings Exhibited at Agnew's 43 Old Bond St. London, Some from the Lockinge Collection by Christopher Loyd:

Madonna Adoring the Infant Christ by Francesco Botticini.

St Christina and St Othilia by Lucas Cranach the Elder.

Bought by Lord Beaverbrook: Lt Colonel Edmund Nugent by Thomas Gainsborough.

Return of the Prodigal Son by Jacopo da Bassano.

Triumph of Chastity by Francesco di Giorgio Martini.

Clement Newce of Much Hadham by The Master of the 1540's.


The Vanished Crown of Mary of Modena; and Revealing a Counterfeit:

Earliest Recorded Illustration of the Open Work Diamond Cross That Surmounts Queen Caroline's Crown - from an old drawing.

Back View of the Fleur de Lis and Cross from the Crown.....

Front View of the Fleur de Lis .....

Mary of Modena's Crown As Originally Made and Set by Sir Robert Vyner 1685 - from a drawing.

Frontal View of the Crown - plus 3 other photographs.


A Poodle and a Cat Playing x2 phtoographs by P. Trelawny.

President Coty in the Place du Vieux-Marche in Rouen, The Spot Where Joan of Arc Was Burned at the Stake.

Tableaux Vivants in the Rouen Procession: The Capture of The Maid.

The Swedish Yawl Bolero Taking Part in the Bermuda Ocean Yacht Race

Oxford: Lord Halifax Shaking Hands with Harry H. Truman in the Sheldonian Theatre.

Egypt: Colonel Nasser's Wife Casting Her Vote Where Women Voted for the First Time.

West Berlin: Commemoration at a Cemetery Where Men Who Died in the June 17 Uprising Lie Buried.


Regent's Park Zoo: Warnings Posted in miel View of Recent Accidents in Which One Was Fatal.

The Gorilla's Cage London Zoo With Plate Glass Partition and Safety Barrier, Shortly After Accident.

Church House, Westminster: Opening Session of the Assembly of Church ofEngland.

Norway: The Reinfoss Waterfall at the End of a Salmon Pass Near Mo.

New Zealand House, London Exhibition: Communion Set Used by Rev. Samuel Marsden in New Zealand 1814.

Winner of Annual Thames Sailing Barge Race: The Veronica Built in 1906.


East German: Russian Withdrawals:

Russian Air Force Officers March Past CinC Soviet Forces, E. Germany, at Brandenburg Airfield

Tanks Leaving Weimar East Germany for Russia.

A Stormovic Aircraft About to Leave Brandenburg Airfield.


VC Centenary Celebrations:

Canadian Holders of the VC on Board the Homeric Arriving at Portsmouth.

Australian Holders of the VC Aboard the Liner Arcadia Arriving at Tilbury Docks.

Ten VC's from India: Arriving at Tilbury inthe Strathmore; All but Lt. Singh are Still Serving Soldiers.


Scene From Jubilee Girl at the Victoria Palace Theatre: Iris Tully and Others.

Scene From Man Alive at the Aldwych: Robertson Hare - Brian Reece - George Ingle


Palm Beach Building in Florida: Wooden Arches with a Span of 242½ft Made by Lamination.

Rumanian Silverware Part of a Treasure Russian Government Has Agreed to Return to Bucharest.

Tokyo Japan: The Longest Building in the Far East .

West Berlin Museum: Famous Stone Head of Queen Nefertitti.

Winner of the Mobilgas Economy Run: Mr H. G. W. Kendrick and Miss P. L. Wright and Others.

France: A Field Full of Bottles All Waiting to Be Filled with Vichy Water.


Cinema: Scene from Honour Among Thieves: Jean Gabin etc. - info. Touchez pas au grisbi

M. Jean Gabin.

Scene from Yield to the Night with Diana Dors and Marjorie Rhodes.

Wolseley Fifteen Fifty Car - fp.

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This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:

Note Book page by Arthur Bryant.

Ascot.

Sir KEnelm DIgby: The Ornament of England 1603-1665 by R. T. Petersson - An Appreciation b Sir John Squire.

Window on the World by Cyril Falls - Signor Togliatti Intervenes

The Victoria Cross Centenary. Sleekburnc.

Gardening by Clarence Elliott.

Collectors Page by Frank Davis - Pre-Raphaelites.

Old Masters at Messrs Agnew's of Old Bond Street.

The Vanished Crown of Mary of Modena: A Counterfeit of the 17thC Found Under a Royal Diadem of the 18th - by Martin Holmes Assistant Keeper of The London Museum.

Science Page by MAruice Burton D.Sc. - Animal Fun And Games - full page with mention of Mrs P. Trelawny of Arizona and her cat and dog;

Theatre by J. C.Trewin

Cinema by Alan Dent.

Books Reviewed by K. John and E. D. O'Brien.

SleekburnC. 3006

CONDITION/DIMENSIONS

This is an original USED vintage newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item please ask. The Illustrated London News was a magazine founded by Herbert Ingram with the first edition of the Illustrated London News appearing on 14 May 1842. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.

18 pages (48 sides). It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25). There is no outer red edged advertising cover. The frontispiece page is intact. There is a little age yellowing. Some of the pages are loose, and have handling marks, blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The images vary in size. 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 are NO pages missing, so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Illustrated London News would carry on from the previous issue therefore did not start at number 1. Sometimes the newspaper would have supplements which were numbered specially (eg. roman numerals or such like).

The content description above is in my own 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 text. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.

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Product Code (8016)
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