1907 The Lady's Realm An Illustrated Monthly Magazine Volume XXII May to October, 1907
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'The Lady's Realm' was a British women's magazine primarily targeted at upper-class readers aspirational middle-class readers. The magazine featured photographs, poems, fiction, and columns by popular authors, and also covered current fashion trends and 'The London Season', with its significant society figures and newly-emerging débutantes. The magazine ran from 1886 until 1914 and was immensely popular, primarily due to its tailoring and desired target audience, that of the 'New Woman', a feminist ideal to emerged at the end of the nineteenth century. Collated complete, with over five hundred illustrations. In a cloth binding with blind stamped detailing and gilt embellishment to the front board and spine.
A hardback in cloth binding. Externally, very smart with some shelfwear to the head and tail of spine. Gilt lettering to the spine, though the spine is slightly faded overall. Mild edgewear and some marks to the rear board. Internally, generally very smart. Pages are generally bright and clean though with scattered spotting to some pages. Firmly bound, though page 215 is loose.
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