For Sale is an Issue of "The Sphere," March 2nd. 1901, Volume IV. No. 58. Containing 17 Pages, 34 sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding holes are showing.
1- Front Page shows a Picture of "The Empress Frederick. From the Painting by Baron Von Angeli."
2- The Weekly Article "The Newsletter," showing London Week by Week.
3- Full Page Illustration drawn by Sidney Paget called "The Kaiser and the Little English Boy : A Reminiscence of Cowes." (Descriptive Text Underneath).
4- The Weekly Article "Men and Women." Showing the following portraits. a- Lord Inverclyde : Great Shipowner. b- The Earl of Galloway : Lord Salisbury's Brother-in-Law. c- Sir Francis Cook : Manufacturer, and collector of old pictures. d- Sir George Willes : Distinguished Admiral. e- Furst Johann Hohenlohe. f- Archduchess Anna Maria Theresia of Austria. g- Earl Manvers : Seconder of Address in the House of Lords. h- The Marquis of Waterford : Mover of Address in the House of Lords. i- Mr. H. W. Forster : Mover of Address in the House of Commons. j- Sir Andrew Agnew, Bart. : Seconder of Address in the House of Commons.
5- Full Page Illustration drawn by Charles Wyllie showing "King Edward's Visit to his Sister, the Empress Frederick : The King's Yacht leaving Port Victoria."
6- Full Page showing 4 Sketches of "The Empress Frederick as Sketched by her Mother the Late Queen Victoria."
7- Full Page Illustration drawn by Wal Paget called "The Sunny "Winter" in Egypt." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
8- Article on "The Pursuit of De Wet and his Commandoes." Showing a Portrait of the Redoubtable De Wet.
9- Article with Photographs on "The Royal Observatory in Celestial Pekin : Looted by the Allies."
10- Article on "The National Game of the Season : The Buying of Football Players." Showing the following Portraits. a- Football League Secretary : Mr. H. Lockett. b- Mr. J. Holt, Reading : Formerly of Everton. c- Player's Union Secretary : Mr. J. Cameron. d- One of the Founders of the League : Mr. W. Macgregor. e- Secretary of the Football Association : Mr. F. J. Wall.
11- Full Page showing "A Picture now on view at the Society of Oil Painters : Painted by S. Melton Fisher, the Vice-President."
12- Article called "From Bristol to the West Indies : The New Line of Mail Steamers from Avonmouth to Jamaica."
13- Full page showing 3 Photographs of "Our Beloved Queen Alexandra and her Grandchildren."
14- Double Page showing the following 4 Photographs of "A Nation for a Continent, a Continent for a Nation" - The Birth of the Australian Commonwealth at Sydney. a- The Citizens' Commonwealth Arch in Park Street, Sydney. b- The indian Troops Passing under the Wool Arch. c- The Military Arch at the corner of Oxford Street, Sydney. d- A Panoramic View of the Swearing-in Ceremony in the Centennial Park, Sydney, on the Occasion of the Birth of the Australian Commonwealth, January 1st 1901." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
15- The Weekly Article "Amusements." Showwing the following 3 Photographs. a- Miss Marie George, in "The Belle of Bohemia." b- Cinderella at the Hippodrome. c- Miss Florence Collingbourn as San Toy, at Daly's Theatre.
16- Full Page Illustration drawn by Bernard Partridge, called "Twelfth Night" at Her Majesty's Theatre. (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
17- The Weekly Article called "A Literary Letter." showing a Photograph of the Author Miss Lina Duff Gordon.
18- Short Story called "The Dead Lady." Written by Katherine Tynan, Illustrated by Arthur H. Buckland.
19- Full Page Photograph showing "The Historic Proclamation of King Edward VII. At Cape Town." (Descriptive Text written underneath).
20- Half Page Photograph showing "Collie Dogs as Bell Ringers."
21- Half Page Advert for "Mappin Brothers."
22- Quarter Page Advert for "Ivory Soap."
23- The Weekly Article "Outlook on Foreign Affairs." Written by A.R. Ropes.
24- Full Page Advert for "Ogdens Ltd."
25- The Weekly Article "Woman's Sphere." Written by Angela.
26- Full page Advert for "The Library of Famous Literature," by "The Standard."
27- Double Page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater, called "The National Game of the Season : A Scrummage in a Rugby Match." (Descriptive Text Underneath).
Condition is Good. with a Few Pages Lightly Tanned.