"Bisley Camp": Lt.-Colonel Charles Robert Crosse (Men of the Day, no. 2280) -- Vanity Fair Supplement, July 10, 1912. Wallace Hester.

"Bisley Camp": Lt.-Colonel Charles Robert Crosse (Men of the Day, no. 2280) -- Vanity Fair Supplement, July 10, 1912

London: Vincent Brooks Day & Son, Lith. 1912. 1 chromolithographed print 38 x 22 cm. signed "WH," with accompanying leaf of descriptive text. Wallace Hester (1866-1942), artist, engraver, and caricaturist, signed his works "WH." Charles Robert Crosse (c. 1852-1921) attained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of the Royal West Kent Regiment and served as secretary of the National Rifle Association from 1889 to 1921. The headquarters of the National Rifle Association are at Bisley Camp, Surrey, Eng. In Very Good+ Condition: discoloration next to caption; otherwise, clean and bright. Very Good +. Item #004944

Price: $25.00