For Sale is an Issue of "The Sphere," June 22nd 1901. This issue comtains 15 Pages, 30 sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding holes are showing.
1- Front Page shows a Drawing by Sidney Paget called "Tilting at the Ring at Ranelagh." Illustrating how Miss Byas tilted at the ring, at the Ladies' Sports which were held at Ranelagh on June 8th.
2- The Weekly Article "The Newsletter" showing London Week by Week.
3- Full Page showing a Drawing by Ernest Prater called "The Old Soldiers of the Empire," showing "The inspection of the Corps of Commissionaires." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
4- Full Page Photograph called "The Moorish Mission to King Edward VII." showing "The Ambassador from Morocco in Spotless White with his Scottish Mentor, Kaid Maclean." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
5- Full Page Illustration drawn by Charles Wyllie called "Yacht Racing in the Thames off Southend." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
6- Full Page Illustration drawn by Victor Prout called "The Moorish Mission to King Edward," Showing "The Sultan under the Hereditary Umbrella." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
7- Full Page showing the following Photographs from "The Homecoming of the Volunteers and Yeomanry." (Descriptive Text with each Photograph). a- Berwick-on-Tweed : The Freedom of the Town being presented to the Returned Volunteers in the Town Hall. b- Southampton : Volunteers on the "Avondale". c- Dublin : Return of the 61st Company Imperial Yeomanry.
8- Full Page showing the following 2 Photographs for "The South Africa Medal presented by King Edward on the horse Guards Parade. a- The long Line of Recipients Approaching the Royal Dais. b- The brilliant Scene on the Horse Guards Parade. (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
9- Full Page Illustration drawn by Douglas Mackenzie showing "The Pigeons at St. Mark's, Venice." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
10- Full Page Illustration drawn by Douglas Mackenzie showing "The Pigeons at St. Paul's, London. (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
11- Double Page Illustration drawn by Percy F. Spence, called "The King Presenting Medals to 3,000 of the Troops who have Fought in South Africa." Showing the Household Brigade coming up for their Medals.
12- The Weekly Article " A Literary Letter."
13- Full Page Illustration drawn by Herbert Railton called "A Last Look at Wych Street, London : And Jack Sheppard's House." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
14- The Weekly Article "Outlook on Foreign Affairs." Written by A. R. Ropes.
15- Full Page showing 3 Photographs called "Such Stuff as Dreams are made of !". Showing the Imaginative Work of E. Fortescue-Bricklade at the Dowdeswell Galleries.
16- The Weekly Article for "Amusements." Showing the following 3 Scenes from Mr. H.V. Esmond's Play, "The Wilderness," at the St. James's Theatre. a- The Faithful Lover. b- The children who bring Food for the Fairies. c- The Faithful Lover.
Also on this Page are the following 3 Photographs with Descriptive Text. a- The Blacksmith in "The Fortune Teller." at the Shaftesbury Theatre. b- Hans Mohwinkel as Wotan. c- Miss Winifred Hare at the Lyric Theatre, playing the part of Stella.
17- Half Page Advert for "Mappin Brothers."
18- Quarter Page Advert for "The New Grand Hotel, Mundesley-on-Sea, Norfolk."
19- Half Page Advert for "Lazenby's Sauce."
20- The Weekly Article "Woman's Sphere," written by Angela.
21- Full Page Advert for "Bird's Custard Powder."
22- Quarter Page Advert for "Ivory Soap."
23- Quarter Page Advert for "Waring's." (Furniture and Decoration.)
24- Quarter Page Advert for "Treloar & Sons." (Carpets).
25- Quarter Page Advert for "The Smart Set," a Magazine of Cleverness.
26- Half Page Advert for "The First Number of "The Tatler".
27- Half Page showing the following 3 Photographs of "Chief Figures at the Anglo-American Pigeon Shooting Match. a- Mr. O'Conor, of the English Team. b- Captain Marshall, the American Captain. c- Mr. J. H. Butt, the English Captain.