The Daily Telegraph magazine - David Stein cover (19 April 1968)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - David Stein cover (19 April 1968) Good condition for age - there is some wear and light creasing to front cover - an address has been written in pencil at the top of the rear cover
Front cover photo of forger David Stein and his 'Chagall'
HOW A FORGER WORKS - David Stein has painted a 'Chagall' for The Daily Telegraph to demonstrate his craft
5 page feature
THE DANGER OF NOISE
- Many British cities are already exposed to loud noise which can
damage hearing. Supersonic airliners could make problems even worse
1 page feature
MERCER: IN TWO MINDS ABOUT SUCCESS - Feature on TV playwright David Mercer
Two and a half pages
THE DEFENDERS - Nemone Lethbridge picks her five-of-the-best British barristers and examines what makes them successful as advocates
3 page feature (with focus on: Joseph Jackson; Victor Durand; Sebag Shaw; Jeremy Hutchinson; William Mars-Jones)
HOW BRITISH CAN YOU BUY? - Two and a half page feature
TAKE A ROOM - "Eating as a rite"
Interiors feature (4 pages)
FASHION - "Men's clothes"
When a wife's biggest rival is her husband. Concluding series on clothes for men
(Featuring: William Mostyn Owen; Rupert Lycett Green; Abi Ofarim with Esther; Anthony Newley and wife Joan Collins)