The Daily Telegraph magazine - Terence Stamp cover (5 April 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Terence Stamp cover (5 April 1968) Good condition for age - there is some staining to front cover and age wear to spine - creasing to front cover (large crease to top and bottom of front cover) - light age wear to rear cover - there are two words (an address) written in pencil at the top of the rear cover
Cover photo of Terence Stamp at Douglas Hayward's shop
THE END OF A GREAT EXPERIMENT - Feature on the cottons mills of New Lanark
BORDER BORDER BURNING BRIGHT - Feature on Tijuana, Mexico
Five and a half pages
THE FIGHT TO SAVE YORK MINSTER
6 page feature
CLIFF RICHARD - "The good boy of pop"
Two and a half pages
FASHION: MEN'S CLOTHES - "The end of the saggy baggy elephant"
Clothes by Mr Fish, Douglas Hayward, Blades and other tailors are influencing the ready to wear racks. Part 1 of a series on men's clothes
(Includes photo of Patrick Lichfield at Blades; David Hemmings; Barry Sainsbury and Christopher Lynch; Patrick Procktor; Tommy Steele and Douglas Hayward)
CHICKEN IN THE BASKET - half-page recipe (by Robert Carrier)
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Cinzano Bianco
- Danish Lurpak butter
- Vauxhall Ventora
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