For Sale is an Issue of "The Sphere," April 6th 1901, Volume V. No. 63. containing 17 pages, 34 sides, this issue has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding holes are showing.
Contents. 1- Front Page shows a drawing by A. Birkenruth, called "How the Empress Frederick Saw Esatertide : An old Custom at Cronberg in the Taunus Mountains."
2- The Weekly Article "The Newsletter." showing London Week by Week.
3- Full Page Illustration drawn by F.H. Townsend, showing "The Final Round - Mr. Montgomerie (Oxford Fencing Club) and Mr. Evan James (The Winner). Descriptive Text at bottom of page.
4- Full Page called "The Rock of Gibraltar's welcome to the Heir-Apparent." showing the following 3 Pictures from photographs by Campbell Sinclair. a- The Camerons' Arch of Welcome. b- One of the Duchess's Gibraltar Presents. c- Mr. A. Mosley, C.M.G., Reading an Address of welcome in front of the Chamber of Commerce.
5- Full Page showing Illustrations with Photograph for "The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall - laying a Stone of Gibraltar's New Harbour." Illustration drawn by P.F. Spence.
6- Full Page Illustration drawn by Charles Wyllie showing "The Most Exciting University Boat Race on Record."
7- Full page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater called "How the Boer Prisoners Kill Time, - Making Toys on Board Ship." Descriptive Text beneath.
8- Article on "The Continued Fighting in South Africa."
9- Full Page Illustration drawn by J. Finnemore showing "The Last of a Historic Festival : The Bluecoat Boys' Lenten Supper." Descriptive Text beneath.
10- Article with Photographs for "The Petroleum Oil Well Fires at Baku - The biggest blaze ever seen."
11- Full Page Picture showing "The Great Fire At Baku : A Petroleum Oil Well in Flames."
12- Article with Photographs called "The Emperor of the United States : The Crowning of William (McKinley) I." Written by George Lynch.
13- Full Page Picture of "Princess Victoria, the Youngest : The Granddaughter of King Edward." Descriptive Text Beneath.
14- Full Page showing "The Latest Portrait of Miss Ellen Terry.
15- Article called "The Progress of the Great Naval and Commercial Harbour Works at Dover." With Illustrations.
16- Double Page Print drawn by Charles Wyllie showing "The Harbour at Dover, on which many millions of money are being spent." Descriptive Text beneath.
17- Full Page picture showing "A Recent Gift to the National Gallery : "The Wood Sawyers," by J.E. Millet, in the Collection of M. Ionides."
18- Article on "Amusements." showing the following 3 Photographs. a- Mr. Martin Harvey as Count Skariatine, at the Court theatre. b- Miss Violet Vanbrugh in "Peril" at the Garrick Theatre. c- Miss Eva Kelly in "The Belle of Bohemia," at the Apollo Theatre.
19- Article called "A Literary Letter." By C.K.S.
20- Story called "Clementina." written by A.E.W. Mason, and Illustrated by Bernard Partridge. Chapter 1. - A Chance Meeting.
21- Full Page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater, showing "How the Post Office at Mount Pleasant Deals with Letters for the Provinces."
22- Article called "Queen Victoria as a Lithographer."
23- Full Page Article on "The Excommunication of Count Tolstoy."
24- Full Page Illustration by Hugh Thomson, R.I. showing "Two Centuries, 1801 - 1901 : A Contrast."
25- Article called "Lord Armstrong's Stronghold - The Castle of Bamburgh, and the story of Grace Darling."
26- Article with Photographs for "The Royal Tour to Australia : The Duke of Cornwall at Malta."
27- Article called "Men and Women." Showing the following small Portraits. a- Mr. F.Y. St. Leger : Editor of the "Cape Times" b- Mr. James Stephens : The Famous ex-Fenian. c- The Late Rev. J. Stonehouse : Murder of Missionary in China. d- The Late Rev. G.D. Boyle : Dean of Salisbury. e- The Late Sir John Stainer : Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral. f- Mr. Reginald Macleod : The Registrar-General of the Census. g- Rev. Cosmo Gordon Lang : New Canon of St. Paul's. h- Mr. R. Gemmell Hutchinson : New Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy. i- Mr. William Walls : New Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy. j- Mr. E. A. Hornel : New Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy.
28- Quarter page Advert for "Hancocks & Co."
29- Quarter Page Advert for "The Orchestrelle Company."