For Sale is the Illustrated London News for July 2nd, 1853. Edition No. 631. This Issue has 8 Pages, 16 Sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding Holes showing. Condition of the Text and Engravings is Good,not Faded. Age Related Foxing Spots are present, but not that bad. The Double page Engraving in the Middle being Free of Foxing. Spine has been Strengthened using Filmoplast Tape.
1- Front page Article called " The English and French Camps." 2- The Fejervary Archaeological Collection. With Engravings showing the Following, - Ivory Carving of King Henry VI. of England. Statuette of Imouth, the Esculapius of Egypt. Antique Greek Work Found at Naples. Bronze Cat (18th Century). 3- Russia and Turkey. - The Danubian Principalities. 4- The French Camp at Helfaut. Nr, St. Omer. With Engraving. 5- The Chasseurs de Vincennes. 6- Waterspout in Berkshire. Seen near the Town of Maidenhead. With Engraving 7- An Account of the Wonderful Escape of the Barque "Adelaide" from being Totally Destroyed by Fire. 8- The Camp at Cobham. 9- Double page Engraving Called "Her Majesty, Royal Visitors, and Staff, at the Camp at Cobham. 10- Paris Fashions for July. 11- The French Commission on the Great Exhibition of 1851. 12- Plan of the Camp on Chobham Common. 13- Engraving fron the Camp at Cobham showing "Royal Horse Artillery Covering the Retreat.- Rifles Skirmishing. 14- Engraving from the Camp at Cobham, showing the Rifles' Camp. 15- Engraving showing the General View of the Chobham Camp, from the Shrub's-Hill side the common. 16- Engraving showing the Infantry Retiring over the Bridge, from Colonel Challoner's Grounds to the Queen's Ride. 17- Engraving showing Camp on Bagshot Heath, in 1798. -Arrival of George III. (Taken from a Print of the Period.) 18- Her Majesty's Visit to the Camp at Chobham. With Two Engravings.