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Original Vintage Magazine

DATED 1966

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:

Miss Mary Wells - full page portrait photograph by Bassano and Vandyk announcing her forthcoming marriage to Mr Robin Kennedy son of Mr D. G. Kennedy 29 Alexandra Court, Queen's Gate, SW7. Daughter of Mr P. W. Wells, Rays Court, South Ascot

Cross in Hand Mill in Sussex - colour photograph by Kenneth Scowen on front cover

Godalming in Surrey: The Regency Market House - photograph by A. F. Kersting

Pages entitled Beaches Left High and Dry - six photographs:

Near Eartham Sussex:Part of the Seaward Face of the Raised Beach

Caernarvonshire: The Lleyn Peninsula and Part of the Raised Beach

Scotland: Canna Harbour in the Hebrides and Looking Across the Entrance Towards Raised Beach Formations

Scotland: Loch Linnhe at the Corran Narrows with Ardgour Beyond

Jura Scotland: The Beach Near Inver Cottage at the SW end of the Island

Outer Hebrides, Scotland: The Raised Beach at Harris, Isle of Rum with the Bullough Mausoleum in the Foreground

Horse Racing:

Doncaster: Bold Lad Winning the Champagne Stakes - info. D. Lake up

Ribocco Second in the Champagne Stakes - info. Lester Piggott up

Wines from Hungary:

Lake Balaton, Hungary - The Vineyard of Badacsony

Harvesting Grapes at Eger

The Underground Cellars at Eger the Home of Bull's Blood - Large Oval Barrels

The State Cellars at Eger

Wilfred Josephs with the Conductor Maurice Handford During Rehearsals of the Score of his Requiem

Golf: The Australian Team After Winning the World Team Championshiip for the Eisenhower Trophy at Mexico City

Collectors Correspondence - Photographs from Readers:

Portrait of Napoleon by Andrea Appiani - From F. H. Of Beaconsfield, Bucks (grandson of General Sir T. H. Browne)

Lady with a Flower, Portrait of Mme De La Porte Ascribed to Carle Van Loo - From Marcus Pennington, 1430 Marion Drive, Glendale 5, California USA

Fishers of Japan. 19thC Netsuke by Gyokubun - Pamela M. Rackham 15 Tamworth Rd, Lichfield, Staffs

Jug with Bacchic Dancers by Charles Meigh - From Mrs. M. Wager of Whitegates, 3 Oxford Rd, Moseley, Birmingham

Dutch Clock by Thomas Loor of Amsterdam - From Marshall Welch of 101 Grampian Boulevard, Williamsport, Pasadena, USA

Two Girls With Doves by Francesco Bartolozzi - From P. Bushby, Higher Westfield Farm, Combe, Oxford

Landscape by J. B. Ladbrooke titled Nr. SHambourne, Norfolk (misnamed) - From D. M. Bryant of The Manor House, Swaffham Prior, Cambridge

Page entitled English Sculpture from Pen to Chisel - six images from old drawings and engravings:

Kent's and Rysbrack's Newton and Stanhope Monuments in Westminster Abbey: Kents Original Design for the Newton Memorial, and The Monuments Before the Addition of Blore's Screen - x2 images

A Design by James Gibbs for the Monument to James Craggs SleekburnC

Rysbrack's Design for the Monument to the Second and Third Dukes of Beaufort c1754

John Flaxman's Design for a Statue of Britannia

The Jonas Hanway Monument by J. F. Moore

Lyndon Hall, Rutland -The Home of Lady Conant - seven photographs and a plan:

The Park with a View of the South Front and the Original Entrance

The East Front SleekburnC.

East Front and Lawns

Doorway to South Front

Chimney Stack

Reconstructed Ground Floor Plan of the Original Layout

Top of the Stair Case

Drawing Room and Fireplace

Transplanted Trees by the Civic Trust on a GLC Estate, Southwark

PZ416 Cornwall 1930 a Painting by Christopher Wood - fishing boat and row of houses etc

Detail in a 16thC Brussels Tapestry: Putti - Atalanta and HippomenesSet Reive

Exeter and the Proposed International Maritime Exhibition - four photographs:

The Site of the Proposed Exhibition: View of the Quay and Buildings from the Canal Basin Side - a view along The Quay of what is now the Waterfront pub and restaurant, the cellars, and other buildings etc.

The Customs House and the Proposed HQ of the International Sailing Craft Association

A Warehouse Between the Basin and the River Exe - Maclaines with Small Boats Moored Alongside

The Turf Hotel at the Southern End of the Canal - The Hotel and Canal

The Sale-Rooms Page - six photographs:

Silver Gilt Tray by Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith 1806: Sold at Christies

Silver Goblet 1651 Marked HS: Sold at Christie's

Early 19thC Chair from a Set of Six - Sold at Sotheby's

Chelsea Fluted Dish in a Japanese Kakiemon Style - Sold at Sotheby's - info. from the Selwyn Parkinson Collection

English Rummer c1685 - Sold at Sotheby's

Double Portrait by John Downman in Coloured Chalk of Miss Dehary Hall and Charles Lawrence 1781 - Sold at Christie's

Snowbound Vehicles on the A1 near Newcastle

Oriel House, Haslemere Surrey Designed by Kenneth Wood

Correspondence Page - Photographs from Readers:

Bridge Over the Mawddach Estuary at Llanelltyd, Merioneth - from David W. Gosling, Harper Adams Agricultural College, Newport, Shrophsire

Loch Oich, Inverness and the Monument of the Seven Heads - From E. EMrys Jones, 150 Llysfaen Road, Old Colwyn, Denbighshire

Sodbury Church Gloucestershire: 13thC Tomb Thought to be That of Philip le Gros - From John Dinsdale, 59 Reynolds Street, Burnley, Lancashire

The Storage Hut at Barford Park near Salisbury - J. C. D. Smith, Old Arch, Four Forks, Spaxton, Bridgwater, Somerset

The Small Craft Little Western Which Crossed the Atlantic in Forty Three Days - From Miss G. Peyton Jones, Blemont House, Queen's Road, Guernsey

The Bridge Spanning the River Severn at Ironbridge, Built in 1779 Said to be The First Constructed in Cast Iron

Felixstowe Suffolk and the Original Lock Up Outside Walton Church - From J. W. Whitelaw, 29 Granby Avenue, Harpenden, Herts

Water Colour of a Farmhouse in Ockley Surrey by H. W. O. HAgreen - From Mister Philip Hagreen of 17 Headland Way, Lingfield, Surrey

An Old Mole Trap of a Type Once Used in Wales - Roger A. Redfern, The Cottage, Dronfield, Sheffield

The Smith at Huntingdon in About 1910 - From a Photograph in A Country Camera 1844-1914

The Derbyshire Cotton Industry - Photographs by Frank Rodgers:

Cotton Mill at Cromford, Derbyshire Founded by Richard Arkwright and Jedediah Strutt in 1769

Cromford Derbyshire - North Street with the School Across the End

Arkwright's Masson Mill at Cromford

Darley Abbey Mill on the Banks of the River Derwent, Built by Thomas Evans in 1783

Willersley Castle, Cromford, Built by Sir Richard Arkwright

Long Rows at Belper, Built by Jedediah Strutt for His Cotton Mill Workers

Crossword Puzzle - plus announcing the winner of a previous weeks Mrs E. Legard, 26 East Park Rd., Harrogate


Probing Back Fat with Electronic Equipment

A Mechanical Feeder in Operation

A Crimper in a Hay Making Demonstration

The Great Yorkshire Show at Harrogate - aerial view of the permanent showground


A Night Suit Wide Pants in Satin Designed by Paris Couturier Nina Ricci, With a Coat in Diagonal Stripes Over the Top

Flower Brooch from Hamilton and Inches of Edinburgh

Silver Cloque Pyjama Suit by Marc Bohan of Christian Dior

Evening Gown by Castillo of Paris with Embroidered Mini Bodice

Imprevu Perfume by Coty


Dining Room Suit, Tallboy, Curtains, Candelabra, Lamps and Pictures From Harvey Nichols - full page in colour

L. Rolfe's Mini Tractors: The Bolens Husky 10502

The Clinton Chainsaw of Brighton Sussex

Christie's Sale and the Property of The Cook Collection: Painting by Aelbert Cuyp, and Claude Gellee - Full page

Richard Green Fine Paintings Ltd of Dover Street London Tel Hyde Park 7997 - half page showing a painting entitled Full Cry by John Dalby of York

Spink and Son of King Street London SWI

Oscar and Peter Johnson Ltd, Lowndes Lodge Gallery, cadogan Place SWI - half page showing Gibraltar by Willem Van der Hagen

Tooth of 31 Bruton St, London WI: Printemps a Pontoise 1872 by C. Pissarro - half page advert

Sotheby's Sale: Property of The Viscountess Scarsdale, The Rt. Hon. Earl of Harrington, Lt. Colonel D. G. C. Sutherland, Mrs Norman Tollemache and Others - half page showing a painting by John Fernley Senior 1825

John Bell of Aberdeen

Walter H. Willson Ltd of 15 King Street, St James's London SWI

Garrard The Crown Jewellers - full page in colour showing various diamond, sapphire platinum, and gold rings from £57. 10s to £2730

National Provincial Bank Ltd - full page advert showing a man snoozingin a garden chair with a glass of wine on a table next to him

Thomas Agnew and Sons Ltd of 43 Old Bond St and Albemarle St, London WI - full page showing four paintings by R. E. Pine, A. Devis, E. Bristow, and B. Marshall

American Mink Coat by Emba Mink Breeders, Maxwell Croft New Bond Street London and Milsom Street, Bath - full page colour photograph by Virginia Thoren-Rice

The Three Horse Shoes at Lickfold, Sussex - Full page advert for Queen Anne Scotch Whisky

Handbag from Beard's of Cheltenham

Bensons of 25 Old Bond Street, WI - full page colour advert showing Gold items, penknife, swizzle stick, key ring, tie clip, lapis signet ring, cufflinks, cigarette holder, Dupont lighter, cigarette case, Omega Seamaster watch, etc

Swimming Pools from Rutherford

Frank Cooper's Marmalade etc - full page

The Woodcarver - full page colour advert for Shell with a colour illustration drawn by Leon Huens

Colour pull-out order form for Country Life Magazine showing scenes near Stockbridge, Hampshire, Castle Combe in Wiltshire, Cube Room at Wilton House in Wilts, Magdalen Tower Oxford.

Renault 16 Car - full page in colour with prices

Rothmans King Size - full page colour

The International Watch Col. Schaffhausen, Switzerland - full page in colour

Modern Kitchen from F. Wrighton and Sons of 3 Portman Square London WI Tel. Hunter 4575

Vacheron et Constantin Watches of Switzerland - full page in colour showing two watches

Montre Royal de Geneve - full page in colour showing a watch in the Roale Electronique range

The Vauxhall Victor 101 Estate - full page

Sobranie Cigarettes: Balkan Sobranie Turkish 10/6d. - Black Russian 10/- etc - full page showing prices etc

Bathroom from John Bolding and Sons Ltd of Davies St, London WI

Vichy Celestins Spring Water

Antartex Sheepskin Coat 26 Guineas

Stuart Crystal

Vanessa Wool and Vincel underwear by SMedley Vincel - full page

Swimming Pools by En Tout Cas Co. Lted, 9 Syston, Leicester

Gold Label Barley Wine - full page colour back cover

PROPERTY SUPPLEMENT PAGES – one photograph with each For Sale entry unless otherwise stated:

Tanyard House, Hollingbourne, Kent - - - Estate Agents Jackson-Stops and Staff 14 Curzon Street, London WI

SIlchester House, on the Berks Hants Border - - - By Direction of the Exors. Of Thomas M. Hartley decd. - - - Knight, Frank and Rutley 20 Hanover Square London WI - two photographs

Woodside, South Park, South Godstone, Surrey - - - Hampton and Sons 6 Arlington St, St James's SWI

Hardwicke House, Facing Ham Common, Richmond, Surrey - - - Hampton Sons etc

Backing onto Addington Golf Course, A Split Level Residence in Half an Acre - - - Hampton and Sons etc - two photographs, interior and exterior

Bodegroes Hall, near Pwllheli, South Caernarvonshire - - - Jackson-Stops etc

Millfield House, Orford, Suffolk - - - By Direction of Mrs V. M. Trollope - - - Strutt and Parker, Lofts and Warner etc

Turin House, Near Forfar - - - Gourley, McBain of Brothock Bridge

Plus others un-named at: Beaconsfield - Windsor Oakley Green - Rushlake Green - Esher - East Grinstead and Lingfield - Isle of Wight ner Shanklin - Bray near Maidenhead - Bishops Storford - Marlborough - St Albans - Lingifeld SurreyHaywards Heath and Uckfield - Pulborough - Bookham Surrey - Aldwick West Sussex - Walton Heath - Box Hill, Surrey - nr Banbury - Ham Common - Eire (Ireland) - LAcock Wilts - Anzere Si Resort, Switzerland - Miel - Guernsey near St Peter Port - Castellaras, near Cannes France - Burgess Hill, Sussex - Shaftesbury Dorset - Sunningdale, Berks - Regency Flats at Brighton - Witham Essex - West Clandon - Bramley Surrey - Dandbanks, Poole - Horsehead, Passage West, Co. Cork - Holywell, Bratton Fleming - Cookham - Cookham Dean - Iver Heath - Nassau Bahamas. 

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:

Country Notes by Ian Niall

Preventing Tomorrow's Slums

Historic Towns Preserved

Citizens' Guide to Planning

The Old Blacksmith - Poem by Stanley Cook

Beaches Left High and Dry - by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor

Racing Notes by Francis Byrne

Wines of Hungary by edmund Penning Rowsell - part I

The Music Scene by Stewart Deas

A Golf Commentary - by Bernard Darwin - Mexico

Collectors Questions with letters from readers: Barbara L. Barnes, Stone Trough Cottage, Castleton, Via Sheffield, Yorks (see others in images)

English Sculpture by Alistair Rowan Keenlyside

Lyndon Hall Rutland by John Cornforth

Various hedging Oppotunities by Christopher Lloyd

A Museum of Sail for Exeter - by D. Phillips-Birt

Salerooms by Frank Davis

Correspondence Page - Letters from Readers:

Landscaping the Tyne - From Sir John Craster, Craster West House, Craster, Northumberland

Enjoying Live Music - From Mrs Mary Sargeant, Sturry, 34 Silverdale Rd, Eastbourne

Where Four Counties Meet - From Guy Stapleton of 45 Wilmington Square, London WCI

Timbers From ELtham Palace - From Captain E. J. Priestley, Garrison Officers Mess, Le Cateau Barracks, Colchester, Essex

The Cause of Animal Welfare - From Viscount Leverhulme, Chairman, Executive Committee, The Animal Health Trust, 14 Ashley Place, Westminster SWI

Breeding From Twin Calves - From P. J. C. Cullen Box 7, Hoeys Bridge, Republic of Kenya

Quinces for Jam Making - From Sylvia Groves 4 Lyttelton Rd, Edgbaston. Birmingham 16

Painting of the Flitch of Bacon - From Marylian Watney of 1 Cromwell House, Thames Bank, Mortlake SW14

The Last Woad Growers - From Peter A. Lanyon Orgill, Crichton College, Balmains, Stanley, Perthshire Scotland

Damp Proffing of Wasps Nests - From John Richards, Underhill Farm, Lyme Regis

Aversion to Eating Hare - From N. A. Hudleston, Rectory Farm, Rillington, Malton, Yorks

Rare Catalogues of Art Sales - F. J. B Watson, The Wallace Collection, Manchester Square, London WI

Early Fountain Pens - From Edward H. Pinto, Oxhey Woods House, Oxhey Drive near Northwood, Middx

Tennyson's Crossing The Bar - Miss M. G. Jennings 101 Pilhbeach Gardens, London SW5

Magic Moments of Early Photography - Book Reives with other titles

The Derbyshire Cotton Empire by Roy Christian

Bridge and Tramline Bids by M. Harrison Gray

Putting Research into Farm Practice from the Agricultural Development Association - by H. T. E. Smith

New Books - Reviews by Geoffrey Grigson


Classified Announcements. Sleekburnc. 1011


Weekly issue; forty four pages (88 sides). It measures 345 x 235 mm (13.5 x 9.25 " ) approx. It retains the outer advertising cover. It is in good condition for the age. There may be some age yellowing with some spotting. The images are in b&w unless otherwise stated. Some of the pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested. 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. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding. The process of the page numbering in The Country Life issues are applied in a yearly sequence and therefore do not start at number 1. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.

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 text.

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Product Code SOLD (6363)
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