For Sale is a Supplement to the Illustrated London News August 6th 1853. Edition No. 637. This Issue contains 8 Pages, 16 Sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding Holes are showing.
Condition of the Text and Engravings is Bright and Clear, with very little Foxing throughout. Red London News Stamp on inside page. Spine has been Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. One Page has a Crease on it, which was a Fault from Printing. Overall Condition is really Good.
1- Front Page Article "The Trade and Commercial System of Russia." 2- Memoir of Redschid Pacha. 3- Engraving showing "Redschid Pacha, The Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs. From a Sketch by Sir David Wilkie, R.A." 4- The Deteriorated Condition of our Saddle-Horses. 5- The Russian Fleet. 6- The Russian Army. 7- Engraving showing "Russian Infantry.- Grenadiers." 8- Engraving showing "Russian Cavalry. "Hussars" "Chevalier Guard" Dragoons". 9- The Turkish Army. 10- Engraving showing the "Turkish Artillery." 11- Engraving showing "Turkish Soldier." 12- The Impending War with Russia. 13- The Present State of the Turkish Question. 14- Memoir of the Sultan-Abdu-'L-Medjid. 15- Engraving showing "Abdu-'L-Medjid, Sultan of Turkey.- From an Original Painting in the Possession of the Turkish Ambassador." 16- Castles of the Dardanelles. 17- Engraving showing "Castles and Forts of the Dardanelles. 18- The Emperor Nicholas. 19- Engraving showing "Nicholas, "Autocrat of all the Russias." - From M. Demidoff's "Travels in Southern Russia and the Crimea." 20- Engraving showing the "Emperor's Palace, at St. Peter." 21- The Imperial Russian Family. 22- Literature. 23- Chotyn and Varna. 24- Engraving showing the "Entrance to the Black-Sea.- Sketched from Mid- Channel. 25- Engraving showing "Fortress of Chotyn." 26- Engraving showing "Varna, on the Black Sea." 27- Engraving showing "Gate of Seraglio, at Constantinople." 28- Engraving showing "Terapia.- Sketched from the Asiatic Bank of the Bosphorus." 29- Engraving showing "The Valley and Bay of Bouyouk-Dere." 30- The Bosphorus. 31- Positions of the British Fleet at Spithead, in July 1853. 32- Full Page Engraving showing "Constantinople, from the Sultan's Kiosch."