The Daily Telegraph magazine - Rudolf Hess cover (18 April 1975)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - rusting to staples OUT OF THE BURN AND INTO THE PAN - Ever since the gold rush near Helmsdale in 1868, the little Highland seaport has been the scene of sporadic gold prospecting. Alexander Frater tries his hand with a pan and reports on the risks of catching gold fever 2 pages
CAESAR REVEALED: A TRIUMPH OF THE RESTORER'S ART - Most experts had pronounced The Triumph of Julius Caesar by Mantegna 'dead'. It's now been brought back to life after almost 15 years of painstaking restoration, and from next week will be on permanent view at Hampton Court Three and a half pages
THE LONG WAIT OF FRAU ILSE HESS - On April 26, Rudolf Hess will be 82. Soon either Allied agreement or death will release him from Spandau. For 34 years Ilse Hess has awaited her husband's return from war. We met her in her village home Two and a quarter pages