Delineator Magazine, Beautiful Cover, December 1911 - Complete Issue
There are several beautiful full-page story and fashion illustrations and advertisements, both in color and black-and-white. Single pages from this magazine sell for $15.00 and up!
The title on the bottom of the cover illustration is "The Rock-A-Bye Lady from Hushaby Street" by Eugenie Wireman, illustrating a poem with this title by Eugene Field on page 427. Inside the magazine are another full-page color illustration by artist Sigismund De Ivanowski, three smaller ones by Arthur Covey, and a black-and-white full-page engraving by Remington Schuyler.
The magazine contains 104 pages (starting with number 417), and measures 11-1/4 by 16 inches. My photos show examples of some of the contents. There is a one-inch tear which goes through all the pages at the center of the stapled side, a smaller tear through the first few pages on the right side, and one at the bottom of the cover. The interior pages are printed on high-quality paper and are in very good condition, with the exception of the above tear on the left side.
This item will be protectively packaged with a backing board and plastic sleeve in a large bubble envelope and shipped by priority mail, with postal insurance included within the US. International postal insurance may be declined if not desired.
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