For Sale is an Issue of "Black & White, February 27th, 1892." This issue contains 16 Pages, 32 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore, the Binding Holes are showing.
Condition is Very Good.
1- Front Page Engraving called "A Study in Black and White."
2- Weekly lead Article called "The Passing Hour."
3- Small Portrait Engravings of the Following People. a- Mr. Johan Sverdrup. (Ex Premier of Norway) b- Mr. Henry Walter Bates. (Scientist) c- Sir George Campbell. (Parliamentarian)
4- The Weekly Article "The Drama of the Week." Looking at the Following. a- "Lady Windermere's Fan" at the St. James's Theatre. b- "Deborah" at the Avenue Theatre. c- "Fourteen Days." "Major Hope." "The Great Metropolis." "A Bohemian." Written by Hafiz.
5- Full Page Engraving drawn by Frank Feller called "Chamois Hunting in Canton Grisons, Switzerland."
6- Article called "The World We Live In. - No. VIII." showing a small Play called "A Victim To Art."
7- The Weekly Article called "Parliamentary Notes," written by "The Parliamentary Hand."
8- Article called "Picture Exhibitions."
9- Article called "The Man of the Hour, No. XXXII. - President Carnot."
10- Engraving of "President Carnot." from a Photograph by Van Bosch, Paris.
11- Full Page Engraving called "A Deed of Gallantry." Drawn by J. Finnemore. (Descriptive Text Below)
12- Article called "The Centenary of Sir Joshua's Death." Written by R. Jope-Slade.(Joshua Reynolds first President of the Royal Academy)
13- Engraving of "Sir Joshua Reynolds." From a Portrait by Himself.
14- Engraving showing "Plympton, Devon, the Birthplace of Sir Joshua Reynolds."
15- Full Page showing 4 Pictures called "Some of Sir Joshua Reynolds' Masterpieces." (Reproduced in Fac-simile from the originals in the National Gallery) a- Dr. Samuel Johnson. b- Portraits of Two Gentlemen. c- The Age of Innocence. d- Heads of Angels.
16- Article called "Vocalists of To-Day."
17- The Weekly Article called "The Great War of 1892,- A Forecast." Illustrated from Sketches by Mr. Frederic Villiers.
18- Half Page Engraving called "The Great War of 1892, a Forecast" - showing "Declaration of War against Russia from the Steps of the Royal Exchange."
19- Engraving called "The Great War of 1892,- A Forecast," showing "Recruiting at St. Martin's Church, Charing Cross." Drawn by G. Merry.
20- Double Page Engraving called "Vocalists of To-Day." Drawn by Lance Calkin. Showing the following People. a- Madame Antoinette Sterling. b- Mrs. Henschel. c- Madame Patey. d- Madame Belle Cole.
21- Article called "Second Edition of "By The Sea" at the Empire."
22- Full Page of Illustrations by Rene Bull called "Sketches from Madame Katti Lanner's Ballet-Divertissement at the Empire."
23- Story called "The Witch's Curse." Written by William Westall. Illustrated by Enoch Ward.
24- Weekly Article "Books To Read." Showing Reviews for the Following Books. a- Twenty-five Years of St. Andrews. By Dr. Boyd. b- The Book of the Rhymers' Club. By Elkin Mathews. c- Jasmin, Barber, Poet and Philanthropist. By Samuel Smiles.
25- Article called "The Luxury of Ocean Travel in 1892. With the Following Engrvings from ss "Ophir." a- The Dining Saloon. (Half Page) b- The Writing-room. c- The Drawing-room.
26- The Weekly Article on "Music." with small Portrait Engravings for the Following. a- Mr. Geo. Geaussent. b- Professor C. Villiers Stanford.
27- The Weekly Article "The Diary of a Daughter of Eve." Written by Virginia.
28- Article called 'The Grand National." Written by "Blinkhoolie."
29- Article called "Scotland and Professional Football."