Weekly Issue: 28 pages (56 sides)
York Minster: Dr A. M. Ramsey Enthroned as Archbishop of York - full front page.
Small Drawing by Bryan de Grineau of Chapel of Winchester College.
The Royal Academy Supplement; three pages(6 sides):
Miss Janet Scott - by Norman Hepple.
Victor Willing - by Rodrigo Moynihan
Mrs David Wills - By John R. Merton
Jane - by Dame Laura Knight.
Sir Edward Maufe - by John Wheatley.
Claud Elliott Esq Provost of Eton - by A. R. Middleton Todd.
Sir Laurence Olivier in the 1955 Production of Macbeth - by Ruskin Spear
His Grace Duke of Wellington - by Peter Greenham.
Margot Fonteyn Bronze Statue - by Maruice Lambert.
Harry Holder Master of the Leathersellers Company - By Sir Gerald Kelly.
King George VI Sculpture - by William McMillan.
Myself - by R. O. Dunlop.
Professor Thomas Bodkin Bronze - by Charles Wheeler.
J. E. Martineau Esq - by Sanley Spencer.
Professor Thomas Bodkin - by B. Fleetwood-Walker.
Right Rev. G. K. A. Bell Bishop of Chichester - by A. R. Middleton Todd.
Chirst Preaching at Cookham Regatta - by Stanley Spencer.
Beginning of an Event in Hostory: Tolpuddle Martyrs - by Gilbert Spencer.
Comedy Jugglers - by Steven Spurrier. Keenlyside
Still Life - By Johannes H. Eversen.
Melon and Decanter - by Edward Le Bas.
Tuscan Terrace - by Mary Fedden.
Marrakech 1950 - by Sir Winston S. Churchill Hon. RA.
Sir John LAvery's Studio 1920 - by Sir Winston Churchill.
Blenheim Palace by Lord Methuen.
Morning in Paris - by Charles Cundall.
Winter Evening, Wormingford - by John Nash.
Welsh Landscape - by Richard Eurich.
Mediaeval Twilight - by Sir Albert E. Richardson.
The Square House, Vaugelas - by Sir W. Russell Flint.
Industrial Landscape - By L. S. Lowry.
Anger - by Carel Weight.
The Whip - by Sir Alfred J. Muinnings.
An Old Barn, Essex - by Frederick W. Elwell.
The Architect and Building Committee of the Council House, Bristol - by Norman Hepple.
The Selection Committee 1955 - by A. R. Thomson
Does the Subject Matter? - by Sir Alfred J. Munnings.
His Excellency the President of Portugal and Madame Craveiro Lopes at the Exhibitioon of Portuguese Art 1955 - by A. R. Thomson.
Family Group - by John S. Ward.
Mister Leslie Gilbert Pine Author of The Story of the Peerage
The House of Lords Showing the Chairs of State - photograph bordered with the Coronets of Peers of the Realm and Princes and Princess etc.
RAF Station Marham: Formation of Canberra Bombers in a Fly Past During the Visit of Russian Leaders.
RAF MArham: Mr Khruschev and Marshal Bulganin Watching the Aerobatic Display.
Edinburgh Castle Esplanade: Marshal Bulganin and Mr Khrushchev Watching the Beating of the Retreat.
Sir Anthony Eden - Marshal Bulganin - Mr Khrushchev - Signing the Joint Communique; with others.
End of the Russian Visit: The Russian Cruiser Ordzhonikidze Leaving Portsmouth, Taking the Russian Leaders Back to Russia.
Waving Farewell from the Ordzhonikidze: Mr Khrushchev - Mr Kurchatov Marshal Bulganin - Mr Tupoliev.
Soviet Leaders Press Conference in Central Hall on the Last Morning mielof Their Visit: Marshal Bulganin Reading From a Script.
The Royal Box, Covent Garden: The Leaders Standing for the National Anthems - Bulganin - Eden - Selwyn Lloyd - Khrushchev
Khrushchev Congratulates Dame Margot FRonteyn - With Dame Ninette de Valois - Mr Frederick Ashton and Mr Soames etc.a
Eastney Barracks, Portsmouth: The Duke of Edinburgh On St George's Day Presenting New Colours to the Royal Marines.
Cyprus - full page (fp):
Searching in the Mountains: Men of the 40th Field Regiment Royal Artillery Riding on Local Animals.
A Suspected Village near Nicosia: Villagers Under Guard in Separate Barbed Wire Pens.
Murder of a Turkish Cypriot Policeman in Nicosia: Turkish Girl Draping A Flage over the Body of the Policeman.
Men of the Highland Light Infantry Taking Part in a Search in Northern Cyprus x2.
Wreckage of a Burnt Dakota Civil Airliner at Nicosia Airport.
Athens Repercussions of the Cyprus Troubles: Students Mobbing a Policeman During Riots Against the Greek Foreign Minister.
New Place, Stratford Upon Avon - a wonderful centre double page (dp) from a drawing by Dennis Flanders - it shows a view looking from Chapel St. to Church St., New Place hotel, Guild Hall, Grammar School, Nash's House; cars parked in the foreground; what is now The Falcon Hotel. The caption mentions Shakespeare's birthday celebrations. The page is loose along centre fold; with staple witness marks.
Collectors Page: Loving Cups x6.
HRH Duke of Edinburgh at the Opening of The Design Centre for British Industries in the Haymarket.
Sir Winston Churchill Laying the Foundation Stone of Cassell's New Offices in Red Lion Square, London.
Sir Winston Churchill at Beaver Hall: Appointed Grand Seigneur of The Company of Adventurers of England Trading into Hudson's Bay.
National Gallery Aquisition: Ovid Among the Scythians by Eugene Delacroix.;
Found by a Workman During Building Work near Cheapside: Silver Gilt Ring 15thC.
London Airport: A Russian TU 104 Twin Jet Airliner Arrived From Moscow.
Inside The Russian TU104: Looking Through the Doorway into the Passenger Compartment.
Victory Ivanov the Soviet Pilot Seated in The Aircraft.
London Zoo: Nikki, Princess Anne's Little Bear Cub, in Moby Dick's Huge Jaws.
Rome's Spanish Steps Adorned With Potted Azaleas.
Mr Allen Sherman With the 756 Blue Marlin He Caught by off Puerto Rico.
Kissing Forbidden of the Marble Warrior in a Ravenna Gallery.
New HQ of BOAC at London Airport.
The New BOAC HQ: Part of the Engineering Hall.
Piazza of San Marco in Venice: Band of the Royal Horse Guards Taking Part in an Annual Festival.
The Scripture Gift Mission near Victoria Station London: The Building on Fire.
Winston the Police horse Being Ridden by a Mounted Policeman in Plain Clothes
Lieutenant Colonel J. R. L. Traherne OC 1st Battalion Welch Regiment: Paying His Last Riburt to Taffy the Regimental Goat Mascot.
Dr Charles Hill the Postmaster General, Looks Over the Interior reive of the New Mobile Telegraph Office Provided for Reporters of the Australian Cricket.
The New Mobile Telegraph Office Provided by the General Post Office; For the Australian Cricket Tour. Info. Converted bus.
Berlin and Russian Complaints: Part of a 350 Yard Tunnel Running From the U.S. Sector into the Russian Sector.
Berlin: Inside the Tunnel Showing Cables and Equipment Which Have Been the Cause of Russian Allegations.
Aviary Kept Birds: Corbie the Rook and His Female Crow Companion x2 photographs by Jane Burton.
Winchester College: The Outer Gate Seen From the Middle Gate Across the Outer Court - wonderful full page Specially drawn for The Illustrated London News by Bryan de Grineau.
Christine the Chimpanzee of Miss Lilo Hess of Pennsylvania - dp showing eight photographs by Miss Hess showing the chimpanzee doing various chores/activities.
Cinema: Scene from the French Film Race for Life .
M. Henri Georges Clouzot the Director of the French Film..
Cinema: Scene from the Amusing Russian Version of Twelfth Night: G. Vipin - B. Freindlich - M. Yanshin.
Kenya and A Rhino's Revenge on His Rescuers the American Naturalists Mr and Mrs Alfred Milotte - fp showing 6 photographs.
The Theatre One Hundred Years Ago: The Winters Tale and Mr Charles Kean's Version in the Old Princess's Theatre, Oxford St. x2 from old engravings.
Goreme Central Turkey and Strange Rock Cut Chapels with Natural Spires - fp showing 6 photographs.
Chess Problem by Baruch H. Wood.
The Rolls Royce Silver Cloud Four Door Saloon.
Ford Popular Car - fp.
Thames Board Mills Ltd - fp entitled The Luck of the Llama showing half page drawing by unknown artist.
Jacquarded Penguin Bath Mats from Horrockses.
Chanel No. 5.
Europe in Perschwepptive - fp colour advert from a drawing by George Himm with words by Stephen Potter.
Norwich Cathedral - fp colour back cover for Norwich Union Insurance Society.
Shell Nature Studies: Moths - fp colour by illustrator Tristram Hillier showing various moths.
Morris Oxford Car - fp
A Town Like Alice Starring Virginia McKenna for Rank Organisation Ltd. - dp advert showing a large image of Virginia McKenna.
Alassio, Italy - travel ad.
Olivetti Lexikon and Lettera 22 - fp; graphics by Giovanni Pintori
EbbwVale Strip Mill: One of a Battery of Blast Furnaces - fp for Richard Thomas and Baldwins Ltd.
English Electric - fp
Benson and Hedges Cigarettes - fp showing a group relaxing on a veranda
Note Book page by Arthur Bryant.
The Peerage and "Another Place" The Story of the Peerage by L. G. Pine - An Appreciation by Sir John Squire.
Window on the World by Cyril Falls - The Role of Western Armies.
Cyprus - caption article approx 150 words.
Gardening by Clarence Elliott
Collectors Page by Frank Davis.
Science Page by Maurice Burton.
Christine the Chimpanzee Belonging to Lilo Hess of Pennsylvania.
Cinema by Alan Dent. Sleekburnc.
Theatre by J. C. Trewin.
Goreme, Central Turkey - approx 240 words.
Books - reviewed by K. John and E. D. O. Brien.
Motoring by Lt. Colonel A. G. Douglas Clease
This is an original but 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 eg. For a Birthday or anniversary etc 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.
It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25). There is a little age yellowing. Some of the pages are loose, with a few handling marks to edges. The staples are rusty leaving witness marks. The images vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. 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, but if you're 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 description lists 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 text. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.
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