For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," No. 23. April 7th 1908." This Copy contains 14 Pages, 28 sides and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Edited by Robert S. Sievier. Illustrated by "The Snark." Contents. 1- Front Page shows a Photograph of "Miss Jean Aylwin," who has made such a success at the Gaiety Theatre.
2- Full page showing the following Photographs of "Otter Hunting with the Culmstock Otter Hounds." a- The Meet at Wellisford. b- Mr. H. Welch Thornton, the master, trying a Likely Place. c- Stickling the Stream near Waterrow. d- Climbing a Bank. e- A Frail Bridge. f- The Kill at Waterrow.
3- Article called "Natural History and Sport," by F.G. Aflalo. - The Mind of the Fisherman.
4- Photographs from "The Amateur Racquet Championship." (Singles.) a- E.M. Baerlein. (Winner.) b- E.B. Noel. (Beaten by Baerlein in the final.)
5- Article "Rod and Line," by Fred G. Shaw. - Are the Fishers of Coarse Fish Coarse Fishermen ? We Say, of Course Not.
6- Article called "Our Indian Letter." (From our own Correspondent.)
7- Article called "Theatrical Notes."
8- Article called "At The Varsities," by Gog - Magog.
9- Illustratuion showing "Lambeth Walk, Lambeth."
10- Article called "Death of "St. Simon." With a Photograph of St. Simon.
11- Full page showing the following Photographs from "The Gatwick Meeting." a- Prince's Handicap. - The Start. b- Marathon II. - Winner of the Spring Maiden Plate, in the Unsaddling Enclosure on the right. Grey Kilt on the left. c- Lord Westbury. d- Mr. Somerville Tattersall. e- Mr. T.E. Liddiard. f- Mr. G.P. Huntley.
12- Article called "Motographs," by Gerald Biss. a- Motor-Boats at Olympia. b- The British Motor-Boat Club. c- Developments at the Motor Club. d- R.A.C. Outlook. e- The Chauffeurs Dinner. f- The Entries for the "Two Thousand." g- The Mystery of the Yellow Car.
13- Article called "The Turf," by Robert S. Sievier. a- The Derby of 1908. b- Newbury.
14- Article called "Death of Captain the Hon. Ronald Greville."
15- Article called "The 'Varsity Boat Race."
16- Article called "Coursing," by G.V.C. Blake.
17- Article called "Newmarket Notes."
18- Article called "Leicestershire Notes." By Port.
19- Article called "Hunting Notes." a- In Ireland. b- The Hursley. c- Mr. F.C. Swindell. d- Sir Gilbert Greenall. e- The Bramham Moor. f- Sir William Cooke. g- Memorial to the late Mr. E.C. Burton.
20- Full Page showing a Statue, modelled by Mr. Walter Winans, of "Ascetic's Silver," by "Ascetic" - "Silver Lady," winner of the Grand National, 1906, which is being exhibited at the Salon du Concours Hippique, Paris.
21- Full page Article called "Paris."- The Little Palace. By Little Beast. With a Photograph of "M. Gaston St. Mars." who plays in the Revue at the Little Palace.
22- Full page Comic Illustration by "The Snark."
23- Full page Article called "On The Continent," by Rouge-et-Noir. - Battle of Flowers and Motoring at Nice.
24- Article called "Frocks and Frills." - Ladies Page. - "Femme Paree, Femme Aimee." Written by Minnie.
25- Article on "Golfing." With Photographs of A. Massy, and H. Vardon.
26- Short Story called "Retribution !" by T.E. Maw.
Condition is Good, with a Few of the Pages Tanned..