The Daily Telegraph magazine - Salvador Dali and Amanda Lear cover (6 September 1968)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - Salvador Dali and Amanda Lear cover (6 September 1968) Fair to good condition for age - age wear to front cover - there is age wear/yellowing to some pages - an address has been written in pen at the top of the front cover - very top corner of rear cover is missing and there are crease to rear cover and a few small tears - small bottom corner of page 7/8 missing
JAKUNS, NILOTES AND GALLA NEED NOT APPLY - Black Apartheid feature
THE BOMB TICKING IN WALES - High in the Welsh mountains, the Free Wales Army wages war on Whitehall
5 page feature
FASHION - "Dali's brush with fashion"
Salvador Dali, the Spanish surrealist painter, has long been fascinated by photography. Here he combines fashion pictures with his own style of painting for our final International Fashion Report
FASHION - "Elegant cut - without the cost"
Spanish designers offer beautiful clothes at reasonable prices.
Half-page text fashion article (by Cherry Twiss)
THE MAN WHO PLAYS SHARIF - The film Mayerling shot in Paris is one of five that Omar Sharif has completed this year. Omar Sharif's interpretations may lack variety but his sex appeal is equally invariable.
Two and a half page feature
LANDMARKS IN ART - In the second of our series, we describe 'The Rolin Madonna' by the Flemish painter Jan van Eyck
COOKING - "Making soups"
(by Robert Carrier)
2 page feature
Full-page advertisement pages:
- The New Cunard QE2 [double page]
- Corsair 2000