For Sale is an Issue of "The Ladies Field," No. 517. February 8th 1908. This issue contains 21 Pages, 42 Sides, and has been broken up into Single Pages, everything is Present and in Very Good Condition.
1- Front Page shows a Photograph of "A Portrait of Queen Amelie of Portugal with King Edward."
2- The Weekly Article for "Court and Society." Written by Ubiquitous. Showing the following Photographs. a- The Hon. Mrs. Robert Grosvenor. (Portrait). b- Lady Hersey Baird. (Portrait). c- Opening of Parliament by the King : The State Coach Arriving. d- The Crown Prince Louis Philippe. (Assassinated). e- King Carlos I. of Portugal. (Assassinated). f- H. M. The King of Portugal, Dom Manuel II. (Portrait). g- H.R.H. The Duke of Oporto. (Portrait). h- The Marquis De Soveral. (Portrait). i- Senhor Franco. (Portrait).
3- The Weekly Article "Hunting Notes," written by Harby.
4- The Weekly Article "Masks & Faces." - The Drama. Written by J. T. Grein. Showing a Photograph of "Miss Marie Lohr appearing at the Haymarket Theatre."
5- Article called "The "RING" in English." With the following Portrait Photographs. a- Madame Edna Thornton. b- Madame Agnes Nicholls. c- Dr. Hans Richter. d- Miss Maud Santley. e- Miss Lenora Sparkes.
6- The Weekly Article "Animal Gossip."
7- The Weekly Article "Scottish Notes," written by Scotia.
8- The Weekly Article "Irish Notes," written by Clare.
9- Article called "The Duchess of Newcastle's Hunters." Written by Harby.
10- Article called "Women Artists in London."
11- Article called "Winter Exhibition of "Old Masters" at Burlington House." Written by Hugh Stokes.
12- The Weekly Article "Causerie De Paris." Written by Frivoline.
13- Full Page showing Drawings by Arthur of Two Ladies wearing "The New "Duroflex" Hair-Front at E. Rudolph's."
14- The Weekly Article "Vanity's Visions," written by Mrs. Eric Pritchard.
15- Article on the "London and Paris Dress Exhibition at Earl's Court."
16- Full Page showing Drawings by Albert of 4 Ladies wearing "Four Smart White Blouses at Peter Robinson's (Oxford Street)."
17- Article called "Manners and Customs : Court Etiquette." Written by Contessa.
18- The Weekly Article "Bavardage De Femme." Written by L'Inconnue.
19- Article on "Novels of the Day." Showing Reviews of the following. a- "The Man from Curdie's River." By Donald Maclean. b- "Mrs. Barrington's Atonement." By Violet Tweedale. c- "Memoirs of a Surrey Labourer." By George Bourne. d- "The Stars Beyond." By Rosamond Langbridge. e- "The Wine of Life." By Maude Annesley. f- "Shakespeare's Sweetheart." By Sarah Sterling.
20- The Weekly Article "Sports and Pastimes." a- Hockey Notes. b- Golf Notes. c- Skating Notes.
21- The Weekly Article "Menage and Means." Written by Jeanne Jardine.
22- The Weekly Article for "Recent Weddings." With Portrait Photographs. a- Captain F. D. Markham. To Miss J. Myers. b- Mr. Robert Taylor. To Miss Eleanor Dora Joicey. c- Mr. G. N. Tyrrell. To Miss C. M. Gilliat. d- Mr. R. W. Maudsley. To Miss S. G. Herbert. e- Mr. B. Stevenson. To Miss M. R. Saunders. f- Mr. J. C. Beard. To Miss C. M. Rogers.
23- The Weekly Article "Saunters Through the Shops." By Tourmaline. A Look at the following Shops. a- Peter Robinson's (Oxford Street). b- Maison Rosenbaum. c- Parisien Hat Company. d- A Wonderful Invension at Rudolph's. e- Cash's Specialities. f- Hyam and Co.'s, Limited. g- Alfred Day's. h- Mrs. Crosbie's. i- Madame Stafford's. j- Plasmon Cocoa. k- The Opening of the Waldorf Hotel.