White Bull Terrier WEDGWOOD PAINSHILL SURREY Rake Maker Ernest Sims Pamber End Hants PRINCESS ALEXANDRA PHOTO ANTONY ARMSTRONG JONES Avocet Australia
Original Vintage Magazine
This first part of the description features a list of images, photographs etc. some with articles:
Princess Alexandra - frontispiece full page (fp) photograph by Antony Armstrong Jones. To mark her 21st birthday.
Farm in Teesdale - front cover photo by Noel Habgood - the cover is grubby.
Principal Contents and Features on:
Deddington, Oxfordshire: Houses on New Street - x1 photo. by Hugh Sibley.
The Worlds Most Beautiful Avocet: Island in a Claypan, Australia - Red Necked Avocet - Bird Turning Its Eggs - - Incubating Eggs - Chicks - False Sleeping - x6 photos and text/article byJohn Warham.
Terriers: Bull Terrier Ch. George McRumpus - x1 photo and text/article by S. M. Lampson. The article mentions various owners eg. Mr T Hinks of Birmingham - Mr S. E. Shirley MP. The dog in the photo is a white bull terrier.
Regency Patent Furniture - x6 pics/photos, and text/article by G. Bernard Hughes.
Chameleon in the Garden - x4 pictures and text/article by Dudley D'Ewes.
Shrubs: Piptanthus Laburnifolius - Garrya Elliptica - Sophora Tetraptera reive - x3 pictures and text/article by Christopher Lloyd.
The Salerooms: Adam Settee and Window Sear Made for Sir John Trevelyan of Nettlecombe Court Somerset - Adam Chair - Secretaire Bookcase - Beauvais Tapestry c1700 - x4 pictures and text/article by Frank Davis.
Painshill, Surrey Part I: 19thC Print East Front - West Front and Porch - Portico - Oval Drawing Room of Wedgwood House - Hall View x2 - Staircase of Wedgwood House - Saloon - Inlaid Floow of a Window Embrasure - Cedars on the Lawn, Round House - Courtyard of Round House - x11 Photos/pics and text/article by Gordon Nares. Info. Pains Hill, Cobham.
The Village Rake Maker at Pamber End, Hants - x9 photos and text/article by J. Geraint Jenkins. Info. the article mentions John Sims; the man in the photos is Ernest or Ernie Sims his descendant. c.keenlyside.
Motoring: Flexible Demister/Defroster on Rear Window of CAr - x1 photo and text/article by J. Eason Gibson.
Great Climbs and Climbers: Breuil Face of The Matterhorn - x1 Photo and text/article by AJH.
Collectors Questions (some with pics) - x8 photos, plus letters from readers: R. Chester Master of 2 Dollar St, Cirencester - J. B. Cooper, Whitley Cottage, Aldbourne Wilts - Mrs A. M. Pocock of Tullameelan, Ardfinnan, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Eire - Newton C. Brainard PO Drawer 538, Hartford, Connecticut SA - Katharine Mclennan 49 Whitney Ave, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada - Muriel H. Luckock, Sidbrook House, Taunton - Angus I. Macnaghten, Hadleigh House, Sheet St, Windsor - Gordon LANGLEY Hall, Beecholme, Cade Street, heathfield.
School Rugby Reviewed, Wellington College XV Group Photo: C. D. Gittins - P. R Ievers, R. D. Campbell-Miles - C. J James - K. S. Stranack - C. B. K. Smeeto - R. M. J. De Pree - B. R. E. Persse - T. A. Soutry - R. J. B. Yeldham - M. F. de Vries - W. J. H. Eustace - M. J. P. Miles - C. P. Margesson - R. A. Champion - Miel x pictures and text/article by Cedric Venables.
Fashion: Tailored White Wool Jacket with White Fox Fur Edging the Hool from Harvey Nichols - Teenagers Ballet Length Part Dress from harrods - Short Evening Dress in Wild Silk from Fortnum and Mason - Coat of Faille from Fortnum - Shirt and Pleated Skirt from Harvey nichols.
Correspondence from Readers:
Stone Bas Relief from Corsham, Wilts - picture and correspondence from Lord Methuen, Corsham Court, Wilts.
Arlington Court North Devon - picture and correspondence from Westcountryman, Somerset.
Staffordshire Figures of William Palmer and of Mr Robert EVans - picture and correspondence Thomas Balson, flat 64, 3 White Hall Court, London SW1
Lead Water Cistern dated 1757 - picture and correspondence from Cecil French, 26 Fairfield Ave, Whipton, Exeter, Devon.
Portable Food Warmers of Wood from England and Norway - picture and correspondence from Eva R. Pinto, Oxhey Woods House, Oxhey Drive, northwood, Middx.
Crossword Puzzle (not done), and Bridge Problem by M. Harrison Gray
Sport at Rugby School - fp colour advert for Midland Banik Ltd. - back cover; marked grubby.
Biggs of Maidenhead, Antique deale - fp.
Morris Oxford Car - fp.
Fp showing x4ads for antique dealers: Denys Wrey of Sloane St. London SW1 - Mallet and Son of Bond St. - John Bell of Aberdeen - Knight, Frank and Rutley Sale.
S. J. Phillips 113 New Bond St W1 - hp.
Hickory Tobacco - hp. sleekburnc.
Plus many more adverts.
Property for Sale Supplement with some houses named, and with one photo. unless otherwise stated. If you want to know if a particular house is advertised, please ask:
Bentley Grove, Bentley, Suffolk x2pics.
Green Path, Park Road, Forest Row, Sussex - info. this is now Woodcote, Park Rd, RH18 5BX.
Plus many more but not named; area only.
Various incl: Estate Capital - Rabbits Increasing - Forgeries for Export - London Wall - Russians for Wimbledon.
Hail and Farewell - Poem by Freda C. Bond.
Countrymans notes by Ian Niall.
The Midwinter Mummers by Garth Christian.
New Years Prospects - A Golf Commemtary by P. A. Ward-Thomas.
A Dog's First Bite by W. J. Weston.
forest Fawn - Short Poem by Pamela Page.
The Estate Market by Procurator includes various: Lower Prices for Farm Land? - Exorbitant Cost of Borrowing - The Market For Houses - £32000 for Outlying Acres - etc.
Farming Notes by Cincinnatus includes Farious: Making Milk Pay - Cost of Feeding Cattle - Farm Finance in Devon - Electricity Facilities - Tractor hours Per Year - etc.
New Books - Reviews by Howard Spring: Frederick II of Hohenstaufen by Georgina Masson -0 I Blow My Own Horn by Jesse L. Lasky with Don Weldon.
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Edward Burgess Hudson (1854 -1936) was the founder of Country Life magazine in 1897. This is an original USED vintage magazine 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.
28 pages (56 sides). It measures 315 x 232 mm (12.25x9.25inches). There is a little age yellowing. Some of the pages maybe 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, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering carry on from the previous issue, therefore do not start at number 1.
The above description details the content 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 board backed envelope. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
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