For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," No. 4. November 26th 1907. This issue contains 14 Pages, 28 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Edited by Robert S, Sievier. Illustrated by "The Snark."
1- Front Page shows the following Adverts. a- Topping & Spindler. (Turf Commision Agents). b- The Winning Post Christmas Annual. c- WM. Pierrepont. (Small Advert). d- John Hamilton & Co. (Small Advert). e- Robert Masters, Crooke & Co. (Small Advert).
2- Full page Advert for "Mercedes."
3- The Weekly Article ocalled "Hunting." - The Pytchley. With the following Pictures. a- Dick Knight : "Push Him Up, Tom, Boy !" b- Dick Knight : "Who - oop !- Was Never So Carried." c- The Pleasures of the Chase. d- The Rendezvous of the Smoking Hunt at Braunstone. e- Going to Cover. f- "Gone Away !" g- The Bitch Pack, with Freeman, The Huntsman. h- The Pack. i- The Crick Meet. j- John Wards, Esq. k- Recollections of a Kill with the Pytchley Hounds : "The Death." (From a Painting by Charlton). l- Portrait of "Lord Annaly."
4- The Weekly Article "On the Continent." Written by Rouge-et-Noir. With a Photograph showing a "View of Monte Carlo from the Rock of Monaco."
5- Article called "Motographs." Written by Gerald Biss. a- Alfonso Eventuates. b- Baby's Favourite Car. c- The End of the Show. d- Rumours and Results. e- The "Four-Inch" Race. f- Ten Mile Limits. g- Foxhunting and Motoring. h- Church and Car. i- An Earl M.P. j- The Tenth Anniversary of the King's first Trial of a Motor-Car.
6- Article of "Cricket." Written by Gilbert L. Jessop. - "The M.C.C. in Australia." With a Photograph of Mr. A.O. Jones, the Notts Captain.
7- Article on "Rugby Football." Written by F.J. Sellicks.
8- The Weekly Article on "The Turf." Written by Robert S. Sievier.
9- Full page showing the following photographs for the "Spaniel Field Trials : Rugeley, Staffordshire." a- Mr. J.E. Gardner's Boris of Bagley : First in Open Stakes. b- Mr. R.B. Hay and Mr. W.W. Watts (Judges.) c- Mr. C.C. Eversfield's Denne Felixite and Denne Rifleite. d- Mr. C.C. Eversfield's Denne Rifleite : Retrieving Rabbit. e- Announcing the Winners. f- Mr. F. Alexander's Suddern Warren Bob : Retrieving.
10- Article on "Hunting Gossip." a- The Albrighton. b- The bedale. c- Lord Helmsley. d- The Blackmore Vale. e- The Cottesmore. f- The Cheshire. g- The South Oxfordshire. h- The Surrey Union.
11- Article called "Crispogram."
12- The Weekly Article "The Postman's Rat-Tat." Written by Little Bunnie.
13- The Weekly Article "Rod and Line." Written by Fred G. Shaw.
14- Article called "The Guide to Cupid's Country."
15- The Weekly Article on "Coursing." With the following Photographs. a- Mr. Brice, who judged the Benacre Gold Cup Stakes. b- Wilkinson, with Hurried Wire and Blue Ruin : In Slips for the final course. c- Sir Thomas V.S. Gooch, Bart., on whose property the meeting was held. d- "Hurried Wire," winner of the Benacre Gold Cup Stakes.
16- Article for "The Motor Fair at Olympia." Written by H. Massac Buist. a- The Small Car Proposition. b- Miss Marie Tempest's Car. c- Miesse Turns to Petrol. d- British Built Cars. e- To Isolate Coachwork from Vibration. f- Points about British Cars.
17- The Weekly Article "At The Varsities." Written by Gog - Magog.
18- Back Page shows a Full page Advert for "Fiat Cars."