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Part 12 now on Sale 1 ïI 1 OUR GRAND ART ALBUM. "WEEKLY MAIL COUPON. J For one of these Coupons (of any date) ant SEVENPENGE j HALFPENNY in Cash or Postage Stamps, we will deliver, post j free, to any Address in the United Kingdom, Portfolio No. 72 or any earlier number of our Grand Art Album. If delivered at any of our offices, or by any News Agent, J the price will be SIXPENCE. OUR PORTFOLIO OF PHOTOGRAPHS ill Bac Numbers now on Sale. "v Part 12 of our Grand Art Album is now ready. The Pictures have been chosen with rare discrimination, and will be found to equal in interest any of the former parts. As to what these Photographs represent, let it merely be stated that they are the selection of John L. Stoddard, a man, than whom there is no superior in con nection with such a task. In a condensed and highly entertaining manner Mr. Stoddard describes what has impressed him, and our readers and all those who are induced to profit by our offer and obtain our Portfolio of Photographs, have the benefit of his experience, his judgment, his artistic ability, and his admirable descriptive powers. In the wealthiest and most lavishly adorned homes this collection could but prove an added adornment, and it certainly will be an acquisi- tion to the best and most complete libraries. In what we have said about our Portfolio of Photographs we have not exaggerated a particle, and its value must therefore be at once apparent. We are distributing thousands upon thousands of of them, and it is this fact alone which enables us to supply them at so small a price to the purchaser. In our Portfolios are contained many lessons of great value, and they are one and all presented in a way to attract everyone. In four weeks' time, the final part will be issued, and as we shall shortly thereafter close our accounts in connection with this scheme, we advise all those who have not purchased the earlier parts to order them from their Newsagents or from any of the Offices of the Western Mail, without delay. When completed the Volume will be the handsomest and most instructive jtfid entertaining ever published, and will consist of SIXTEEN PORTFOLIOS, Each containing Sixteen Exquisite Photographic Yiews. The Price of each series is one Coupon and sixpence Or by Post, SEVENPENCE HALF-PENNY. t At the head of this column we print a coupon. If you will cut it out and send it to us with sevenpence halfpenny worth of postage stamps, to pay the expense of postage, wrapping, etc., we will send Series Number 12 or any earlier number of our Grand Art Album. Or if you will take a Coupon and Sixpence to any of our Offices, or to any Newsagent selling the Western Mail, you will receive, in return therefor, one of these charming and artistic Portfolios. Contents of No. 12 Portfolio. 16 Pictures (size llin. by 13in.). 1 The Gutenberg1 Morjunjent, Frankfort. 9 Statue of David (by Michael Angelo), Florence. 2 The Madonna di San Sisto, Dresden «■« j >. „ Gallery 10 Interior or Grand Gpera Jfouse, Parts. „ II The Transfiguration (by Raphael), 3 The Palazzo Yecctyo, Florence. s^ome w e1 4 Borguqd Church, Norway. 12 Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem 5 The Column of July, Paris. 13 The Immaculate Conception (by 1 3 Murilio), Pans. • D*»» £ NaP°lecn at St "•>«!* 14 Tl,. Mountain of the Holy Cms, w Colorado. 7 Tomb of Hapoleol1, Paris. 15 Vendome Column, Paris. < 8 Church of St. Basil, Mosqcw, ussia. 16 Niagara Falls. PORTFOLIO CASES. WE have received from the Manufacturers Samples of Portfolio Cases, designed expressly for containing the Sixteen Parts of our Art Album, They are C' n n ICHLV EMBOSSED "NO GILDED, re made with Flaps to protect the edges of the books, and are provided with Tapes for the purpose of securely preserving them. Desiring to increase the popularity of our Albums by pursuing the POLICY OF LIBERALITY towards our Subscribers, which has characterised the production of these exquisite views, we have made arrangements which enable us to offer the cases at 2s. Each. This sum should be given to a Newsagent, or sent to us, with 6d. to cover postage. This should be done immediately, as we must RECEIVE ORDERS AT ONCE, word,-r to arrange for the supply from the manufacturers. The loose parts are f TOO HANDSOME TO SPOIL, by lettingthm lie about, when at so small a cost they can he made a PERMANENT ORNAMENT ¡ ?r every drawing-room table. s r ])UÍlttg 20TH YEAR OF ATTENDANCE. Q. 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