For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," No. 1. November 5th 1907. This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Edited by Robert S. Sievier. Illustrated by "The Snark."
1- Front Page shows the following 4 Adverts. a- Curtis's & Harvey, Ltd. (Smokeless Diamond Gunpowder). b- Royal York Hotel, Brighton. c- Premium Bonds. d- Thos. Wallis & Co., Ltd. (Office Furniture).
2- Article on "Hunting." With the following Paintings. a- Glider, Jack Raisen, and Hugo Meynell. (From a very old Oil Painting in the possession of Mr. J.D. Cradock). b- Thomas Assheton Smith. c- G. Osbaldeston on Clasher, and Dick Christian on Clinker. d- Dick Burton and Hounds, Huntsman of the Quorn. (Painted by William Needham, of Leicester, 1826.) e- George Mountford and W. Derry, Huntsman and Whipper-in to the Melton Hounds, 1831. (By kind permission of Mr. J.H. Douglas.)
3- Article on "The Amateur Football Association." Written by G.B. Pollock Hodsoll. With a small Photograph of Lord Alverstone.
4- Article called "Touching Motors and Motoring." Written by H. Massac Buist. a- Lubricating Business. b- Union in Strength. c- Men behind Cars. d- Charlie is My Darling." e- Stocks, The Stayer. f- Repose and "Harvey Junior." g- "Versatility Carle."
5- Full page showing the following Photographs called "Motobilities." a- Mr. J.W. Stocks, "De Dion." b- Mr. Louis Carle, "Mors." c- Miss Connie Ediss Driving a 12-16 "Decauville." d- Mr. Harvey Du Cros, jun., "Mercedes." e- Mr. Charles Jarrott, "De Dietrich."
6- Full page Article on "Rugby Football." Written by F.J. Sellicks. With a small Photograph of Mr. George Harnett.
7- Article called "Hunting Gossip." a- Leicestershire. b- Captain Forester. c- Mr. Fernie. d- Lord Lonsdale. e- The Pytchley. f- The Grafton. g- Meltonia. h- Hounds.
8- Article of "Golfing." Written by "Driver." With a Photograph of Mr. James Braid.
9- Article called "The Turf." - "Newmarket." With a Photograph of "The White-Legged French Partridge, by Gallinule - Lutetia."
10- Article called "Rod and Line." Written by Fred G. Shaw. - "Our Programme."
11- Article called "A Girl's Letter to a Girl."
12- Article called "On The Continent." Written by Rouge-et-Noir. "A Motor-Trip to the Riviera. - Monte Carlo." With a Photograph of "The Casino at Monte Carlo."
13- Colour Page Supplement called "The Set - Too."
14- Article called "Cocking and its Votaries." Written by Spreadeagle. (To be continued).
15- Full page Article on "The Stage," with a Photograph of Miss Marie Dressler.
Condition is Very Good, Spine being Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.