For Sale is a n Issue of "The Sphere," for April 13th 1901, Volume V. No. 64. This Issue contains 17 Pages, 34 sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the binding holes are showing.
Contents. 1- Front Page Photograph shows "The Famous Stolen Gainsborough - The "Duchess of Devonshire," with Descriptive Text.
2- Weekly Article called "The Newsletter," which talks about London Week by Week.
3- Full Page Print showing "The Ancient Ceremony of Distributing Maundy Money, - In Westminster Abbey by the Lord High Almoner." Drawn by Wal Paget. Descriptive Text at ottom of page.
4- Article with Photographs on "The Launch of the World's Biggest Vessel, the "Celtic"- The Colossus of the White Star Fleet.
5- Full Page Illustration Drawn by J. Finnemore, called "A Curious Good Friday Benevolence at St. Bartholomew the Great." Descriptive Text at bottom of page.
6- Full Page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater called "Winter comforts for the Aremy in South Africa - Distributing the Gifts from home." Descriptive Text at bottom of page.
7- Full Page Illustration drawn by Wil Paget called "A Battle of Flowers at Nice." Descriptive Text at bottom of page.
8- Photograph with Descriptive Text showing "How our Fleet Met at Malta to greet the Duke of Cornwall."
9- Full Page showing "Thrilling Stories of Bravery in Africa.- Some winners of the Victoria Cross." (Portraits with stories from the following.) a- Corporal J. Shaul. b- Lieutenant Francis Aylmer Maxwell. c- Captain C.J. Melliss. d- Sergeant John Mackenzie. e- 2nd Lieutenant John Norwood. f- Lieutenant A.C. Doxat. g- Captain C.H. Mullins. h- Captain R. Johnstone. i- Sergeant Arthur Herbert Lindsey Richardson. j- Lieutenant Francis Newton Parsons. k- Sir John Peniston Milnanke. l- Sergeant H.R. Martineau.
10- Full Page Illustration drawn by C.T. Underwood called "The Modern Traveller At Eastertide. - A Scene at Victoria Railway Station."
11- Full Page Illustration drawn by Lucien Davis, called "The Modern Traveller At Eastertide. - With Cycle and Motor Car."
12- Article by Dr. F.J. Furnivall, called "How The Canterbury Pilgrims Dressed."
13- Full Page showing 2 Half Page Pictures from "The Marquis of Salisbury's Stately Home at Hatfield." from paintings by Arthur Rowe. Descriptive Text at bottom of page.
14- Article called "George III.'s Bodyguard of Dorset Yeomen." Showing Portraits of the following 6. a- Richard Travers, Up Loders, 1795. b- Thomas Weld, Lulworth Castle, 1795. c- R.E.D. Grosvenor, Charborough Park, 1795. d- James Frampton, Moreton, 1795. e- William Churchill, Henbury, 1795. f- Lor Milton, Later Earl of Dorchester, 1792.
15- Full Page Portrait showing "The Retuen of Sir Henry Irving to the Lyceum." This is the great Actor's favourite Portrait of himself. Descriptive Text show beneath.
16- Double Page Print showing "Mr. Byam Shaw's Great Picture at the Dowdeswell Galleries - "Love, The Conqueror." Descriptive Text shown beneath.
17- Full Page Photograph showing "Leopold II., King of the Belgians, who celebrated his Sixty-Sixth Birthday on Tuesday." Descriptive Text at bottom of Page.
18 Full Page Article on "Leopold II., King of the Belgians." together with portraits of the following. a- King Leopold's second Daughter, Princess Stephanie. b- King Leopold's youngest Daughter, Princess Clementine Alberta Marie Leopoldine. c- King Leopold's Granddaughter, Archduchess Elizabeth Marie Henrietta Stephanie Gisela.
19- Article called "A Point of interest for the Duchess of Cornwall in Ceylon. By Edwin Pallander.
20- Small article on "The Vintners' of London."
21- Full Page picture showing "The Vanishing of the Fairy Palace of the Paris Exhibition." Lowering the Famous Statue of "La Parisienne" from the summit of the Great Gateway of the Exhibition. Descriptive Text at bottom of Page.
22- Story called "Clementina." By A.E.W. Mason, Illustrated by Bernard Partridge. Chapter II. Bad News. (To be continued).
23- Article on "The Situation in China - The Position of the Allies."
24- Article with Photographs on "Malta's Warm and Brilliant Welcome to the Duke of York."
25- The Weekly Article called "Woman's Sprere." By Angela.
26- Article called "Outlook on Foreign Affairs," By A.R. Ropes.
27- Article called 'Just Back From The Other Side." By Poultney Bigelow. (Poultney having just returned from New York).
28- Half Page Advert for "Hennessy's Three Star Brandy."