For Sale is an Issue of "Black & White, June 4th, 1892. This issue contains 14 Pages, 28 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore, the Binding Holes are showing. Condition is Very Good.
1- Front Page shows the Following Engravings for "The Golden Wedding of King Christian IX. and Queen Louise of Denmark." a- The Castle of Bernstorff. b- King Christian IX. c- Queen Louise. d- Amalienborg, The Royal Palace, Copenhagen. e- The Castle of Fredensborg, seen from the Marble Garden.
2- The Weekly Article "The Passing Hour."
3- Engraving showing "Count Herbert Von Bismarck and Countess Margarethe Von Hoyos."
4- Engraving showing "M. Benoit Constant Coquelin as Labussiere in "Thermidor"
5- Article with the Following Engravings called "The Career of a Race-horse." Written by "Blinkhoolie," and Illustrated by John Beer. a- Foal with Dam. b- Yearling in the Sale-ring (Tattersall's Paddocks at Newmarket) c- Yearling in Breaking Tackle (Kingsclere) d- Starting for the First Time (Newmarket) e- A Close Finish (Newmarket Heath) f- Leading in the Winner (The Bird-cage, Newmarket) g- A Break Down (Newmarket Heath) h- The Fashionable Stud-horse. i- Worn Out - The Friendly Gun.
6- Article called "Future Naval Warfare."
7- Article called "The Golden Wedding of King Christian IX. and Queen Louise of Denmark."
8- Engraving showing "Gold Casket Presented by the Danish Colony in London to the King and Queen of Denmark."
9- Half Page Photograph called "A Reminiscence from one of the Royal Gatherings in Copenhagen."
10- The Weekly Article "In the Smoking-room." Written by Barry Pain.
11- Article called "The Drama." Talking abouth "Agatha, and "Cleopatra."
12- Article on "Sport." Written by "Blinkhoolie."
13- Full Page Engraving called "The "Royal Sovereign," The New Battle-ship recently inspected at Portsmouth by Members of Parliament at the invitation of Lord George Hamilton. Artist- Seppings Wright.
14- Article with the Following Engravings called "Cragwork in Cumberland." Written by W. P. Haskett Smith. Artist- W. S. Stacey. a- A Tough Chimney on the Pillar Rock. b- The Pillar Rock, Ennerdale. c- A Ticklish Descent.
15- Article called "Siberia and Rose-Water."
16- Engraving showing "The Governor visiting the Men's Prison, Yeneseisk."
17- Engraving showing "Watchman on Duty in Fire Tower, Krasnoiarsk."
18- Engraving showing "An Ourga Beauty."
19- Article called "Books to Read."
20- Double Page Engraving Drawn by Stanley Berkeley, called "The Circle of Fire - Destroying in Central Africa."
21- Story called "The Roll of the British Drum." Written by Paul Cushing. Illustrated by G. Grenville Manton.
22- Article on "Music." With an Engraving showing "Miss Angela Vanbrugh." (Violinist)
23- Article called "The World We Live In.- No. XXII." Showing a Play called "A Blessing in Disguise."
24- The WQeekly Article called "The Diary of a Daughter of Eve." Written by Virginia.