For Sale is a 22 page Supplement to "The Sketch" For Jul 28th 1897. This copy as been taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Health's Messenger. Full page Advert for "Vogeler's Curative Compound."
Full page Colour illustration, by Wilson, showing a Lady on a Beach. Below is Written,- The bathing-place of Fashion plays an artificial part, And the Moralists may cite it when they preach; But a maiden quickly loses all the little shams of Art When she lapses back to Nature on the beach.
Full page Colour illustration by Dudley Hardy, of a Lady in a Red Frock. Below is Written,- A Frenchman may paint you the nude in a picture, And think there is nothing to shock; But Trilby alive oh ! would merit his stricture, So that's why she bathes in a frock.
La Strega. A True Story, by Ouida.
Full page Colour illustration by Iscal Wilson, called "Ships That Pass in the Night."
Full page Colour illustration called "Who Loves Me, Follows Me."
Full page Colour Illustration by Iscal Wilson. Below is Written,- To swing in a hammock all day in the shade Is sweetly ideal. It's mildly delightful, and yet I'm afraid, It's not very real.
Two Full page illustrations, by M.C.C. 1- Morning. 2- Night.
Full page illustration by Gilbert James. Showing a Lady on a Tightrope. Below is written,- Swing, swing," said the monkey on a string ; " Folly in a fan and shade ; But it's difficult to clown, so I'd rather far come down, For swinging is a tiresome trade."
Full page Colour illustration by Gilbert James. Below is Written,- Polly flew on high, and Polly winked his eye, And then he gave a gurgling croak ; But Tabby felt his beak, and gave an angry squeak, For Tabby didn't see the joke.
Full page Colour illustration of a Bogey Tale. Below is Written,- Come, gather round, and I'll be bound, I'll make you squirm and quail ; For i can twang, like Mr. Lang, A curdling bogey tale.
A Story by A. J. Dawson called, "The Blind God's Irony."
Full page Colour illustration by Cecil Aldin. Called, - "Ah, You Old Flirt !"
Full page illustration by Leslie Wilson. Called, - "Things I Have Not Seen : The Railway Up Vesuvius."