The Sphere. February 16th 1901.
For Sale is a n Issue of "The Sphere," February 16th 1901, Volume IV. No. 56. Containing 17 Pages, 34 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding holes are showing.
1- Front Page shows a Portrait of William II. "A True Sympathiser in our National Sorrow : This Portrait of the German Emperor is by Reichard and Lindner of Berlin."
2- The Weekly Article "The Newsletter." Showing London Week by Week. With the following Photographs.
a- Queen Wilhelmina in her Wedding Gown.
b- The Queen of Holland and Duke Henry at the Theatre.
c- A Scots Centenarian who speaks no English.
d- The Giants of the Dublin Metropolitan Police who attended the Queen's Funeral in London.
e- The Printing press set up at Osborne House to relieve the pressure of Clerical work.
3- Full Page showing Photographs of "The Opening of Parliament - The Royal Procession." (With Descriptive Text).
4- Full Page showing the following 2 Photographs of "Her Late Majesty Queen Victoria : The Scene in the Albert Memorial Chapel."
a- The Wreaths in the Albert Memorial Chapel.
b- The Coffin Guarded in the Albert Memorial Chapel by Grenadier Guardsmen.
5- Full Page showing a Picture of "The Last Journey of Queen Victoria : Leaving the Castle for Frogmore." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
6- The Weekly Article "Men and Women." Showing the following small Portraits.
a- Rev. H. R. Haweis : Author of "Music and Morals."
b- Mr. John Cordy Jeaffreson : Wrote "The Real Lord Byron."
c- Mr. H. W. Chisholm : The Father of the Civil Service.
d- Herr Johann Faber : The Pencil King.
e- Rev. Brooke Lambert : Vicar of Greenwich.
f- Dr. E J. Hopkins : Organist of the Temple Church.
g- Mr. F. W. H. Myers : Distinguished Author.
h- Mr. F. V. Woodhouse : Of the Irvingite Church.
7- Full Page Photograph called "The Wedding of the Queen of Holland." Showing "Queen Wilhelmina and her Consort, Duke Henry of Mechlenburg-Schwerin." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
8- Full page showing the following 2 Half page Pictures of "The First Signature of Edward VI. as King : And the Autographs of His Privy Councillors.
a- A Facsimile of part of King Edward's First Proclamation showing His Majesty's Autograph.
b- The Proclamation of Edward VII. as King.
9- Full Page Illustration by Ernest Prater, called "The War in South Africe : The Call for more Yeomanry." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
10- Full page showing the following 2 Half Page Photographs for "The Accession of Edward VII."
a- Proclamation of Edward VII. at Belfast.
b- The Farthest North Proclamation of the King. (at Lerwick, Shetland.)
(With Descriptive Text).
11- "The Visit of the German Emperor to England - The Grandson of William II Grandson of Queen Victoria." (This Article written by Poultney Bigelow covers 4 Pages, 8 Sides, and has the following Photographs in it).
a- The Emperor in 1880.
b- The Emperor in Mufti, 1880.
c- The Emperor with a Beard.
d- The Emperor as a Sportsman.
e- The Emperor as a Student at Bonn.
f- The Emperor and Empress in 1882.
g- The Emperor in Highland Costume, in 1880.
h- The Emperor at the age of 8.
i- The Emperor at the age of 10 in the Uniform of the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards.
j- Table showing the chances of the Emperor's Accession to the Throne of Great Britain and Ireland.
k- Double Page Illustration drawn by Charles Wyllie called "The Departure of the German Emperor from our grateful shores." showing "The Imperial Yacht "Hohenzollern" leaving Port Victoria." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Pages).
l- "Credo" - Statue of the Emperor as a Crusader.
m- The Emperor at the age of 14.
n- The Emperor at the age of 8.
o- The Emperor in Russian Uniform (1884).
p- His Imperial Majesty William II. and his Family. (Full Page with Descriptive Text below).
q- The Emperor and Empress in Military Uniform.
r- The Emperor out for a day's Sport.
12- Article called "The Duke of Norfolk's Pilgrimage to Rome - By a Pilgrim.
13- Full Page showing the following 3 Photographs for "Her Late Majesty Queen Victoria : The Mourning of the Whole Wide World.
a- Paris- The English Embassy Church Draped in Crape.
b- New York- Flags Half-Mast High in Broadway.
c- Rome- The Mourning in the English Church in the Via Babuino.
14- Full page called "Her Late Majesty Victoria : Her Beloved Highland Home in Mourning." Showing a Photograph of "The Clock Tower at Balmoral as it appeared on the day of the Queen's Burial.
15- Full Page showing a Portrait of "The Bride of the Duke of Westminster : Miss Shelagh Cornwallis-West." (Descriptive Text at bottom of the Page.
16- Full Page showing the following Photographs of "The Marriage of Queen Wilhelimina of Holland : From the Palace to the Church."
a- The Bridal Coach leaving the Royal Palace.
b- The Queen of the Netherlands Returning from the Groote Kerke.
c- The Queen Leaving the Hague with Duke Henry for the Honeymoon.
17- Full Page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater, called "The Marriage of the Queen of the Netherlands." Showing "Queen Wilhelmina on her way to the Groote Kerke." (Descriptive Text written below).
18- Full Page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater, called " The Marriage of the Queen of the Netherlands," showing "Queen Wilhelmina and Duke Henry Joining Hands." (Descriptive Text written below.
19- Full Page showing the following Photographs of Queen Wilhelmina.
a- The Queen (as a Child) and Her Mother.
b- The Little Queen Skating.
c- The Queen and Her Mother.
d- Queen Wilhelmina, Her Consort, and His Family. Taken at Lensahn.
e- 3 Portraits of Queen Wilhelmina taken when she was a little Girl.
20- Full Page Advert for "Provost Oats."
21- Half Page Illustration drawn by R. M. Paxton, showing "The Emperor's Carriage Passing down St. James's Street." (Descriptive Text underneath).
22- Half Page Advert for "Lazenby's Sauce."
23- The Weekly Article "Woman's Sphere," Written by Angela.
24- Full Page Advert for "The Library of Famous Literature."
25- Quarter Page Advert for "Rowntree's Elect Cocoa."
Condition of Text is Bright and Clear, No Foxing, Spine has been strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.