For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictoria." No. 6. December 10th 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 Advert for "The Double Limerick. - A Novel and Genuine Competition." First Prize £ 1.000. offered by Messrs. Scott & Co.
2- The Weekly Article on "Hunting." - The Belvoir. With the following Pictures. a- Lord Robert Manners and Lord Charles Manners. (From a painting about 1829.) b- A page from the Belvoir Hound Stud Book. c- "A Leicestershire Burst." d- Charles Sixth Duke of Rutland. e- T. Goosey, Huntsman to the Belvoir, 1820 to 1836. f- Woolsthorpe. g- A Meet at Weaver's Lodge. h- Getting Hounds through a Fence. i- The Hounds "Chanter," " Candidate," " Distaff," & "Ranter." j- The Bitch Pack Leaving Kennels for Exercise. 3- Full page showing a picture by Cuthbert Bradley of "Ben Capell Jumping The Boothby Boundary Fence."
4- The Weekly Article "Rod And Line." Written by Fred G. Shaw.
5- The Weekly Article "The Postman's Rat-Tat."
6- The Weekly Article on "Coursing."
7- The Weekly Article on "Golfing."
8- The Weekly Article "On The Continent." Written by Rouge-et-Noire.- "Mentone and Cap Martin." With a Photograph showing "View of Monaco and Monte Carlo from the Road leading towards Cap Martin."
9- Article called "The Gimcrack Club." Written by Robert S. Sievier. With the following 2 Photographs. a- Lord Stanley. b- Colonel W. Hall Walker.
10- Article for the "Newmarket Sales." With the following Photographs. a- "Presentation" by "Orion" - "Dubia." : Bought by F.H. Potts for 2,000 guineas. b- "Lady Burgoyne" by "Ladas" - "Burgonet." : Bought for 2,000 guineas by M.E. Blanc. c- Foreign Buyers. : Count Lehndorff and Count Seidnitz. d- M. Cheri Halbronn and M. Baltazzi. e- "Pomegranate," by "Persimmon" - "Briarroot." : Bought for 2,100 guineas by Count Lehndorff. f- "Reckless," by "Gallinule" - "Virginia Earle." : Bought for 1,400 guineas by M.E. Blanc.
11- The Weekly Article "At The Varsities." Written by Gog - Magog.
12- The Weekly Article "Frocks and Frills." -Ladies Page. Written by Minne.
13- The Weekly Article "Hunting Gossip." a- Lord Leconfield. b- Brooksby's Covert. c- Accidents. d- Point-to-Points. e- Lord North. f- Limerick. g- West Kent. h- Bloodhounds. i- Pytchley and Crick.
14- The Weekly Article "Leicestershire Notes." Written by "Port." With a Photograph of "Weaver" and "Warlaby," two well-known Belvoir Hounds.
15- Article on "Rugby Football." Written by F. J. Sellicks.
16- Article called "Motographs." Written by Gerald Biss. a- S.M.M.T. and R.A.C. b- No Restrictions. c- Racing Prospects for next year. d- More Racing Abroad. e- A Monument to a Pioneer. (Emile Levassor). f- Music-Hall Cars. g- Paris-to-Paris. h- The Gendarmes Exposed. i- "Jam" Ranji.
17- Article called "Touching Aerial Motoring." Written by H. Massac Buist. a- Position of Motor Aeronautics. b- A Parallel Experience. c- What has been Achieved. d- Dirigible Balloons and Weather. e- As a Business Proposition. f- As an Insurance Scheme.
18- The Weekly Article "Our Indian Letter."
19- Full page Advert for "The Winning Post Winter Annual."
Condition is Very Good, with the spine strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.