In Pr eparation Ready in t7Vtarch OLD NAVAL PRINTS THEIR ARTISTS ENGRAVERS BY COMMANDER CHARLES N. ROBINSON, R.N. WITH ABOUT 100 ILLUSTRATIONS INCLUDING 24 MOUNTED PLATES IN COLOURS, (SIZE ROYAL QUARTO i2;x Io INs.) Pr; ce £3/3/0 net. Entire edition limited to 150o numbered copies. There must be few Britishers who can remain indifferent to the glorious traditions of the Navy,  » whose flag has braved a thousand years the battle and the breeze. » This phase of activity has claimed the attention of many eminent artists in varions lands, who have reproduced pictorially a number of stirring actions in which the Fleets took part in the picturesque period of the sailing-ship. From the technical artistic point of view, as well as that of subject-matter, many of the Old Naval Prints deserve rescuing from the comparative oblivion into which their increasing rarity has cast them. To attain this end the Publishers of THE STUDIO have prepared this handsomely illustrated work, and have been fortunate in enlisting the aid of Commander C. N. Robinson, who contributes the text, drawing on the knowledge gained from a life-long study of the subject. The entire edition is limited to 1500 copies, of which i000 are for sale in the British Empire, and it therefore behoves all interested to place their orders early if they wish to avoid disappointment. The advisability of early application is indicated by the fact that the recent STUDIO volume on SHIP MOI)ELS was over-subscribed on publication. These are a few clippings from the many eulogistic Press notices of that volume :— Bookman: « … A book that breathes beauty and romance as well as instruction on every page … A gallery of surpassing beauty. » Scotsman :  » This handsome and well-appointed volume. » Field :  » The [plates]—a number of them coloured—are exceedingly fine. Many are, indeed, beautiful works of art. » Scots Pictorial :  » A masterpiece. …The greater portion of it is occupied by photographs of ship models brought from every known collection, .and so well are they produced’ that one can gain nearly as much knowledge from them as from the models themselves. » Daily Express : « … A volume which does great credit to the British printer’s art, aside from the informative and attractive material of the letterpress. » « THE STUDIO, » LTD., 44 LEICESTER SQUARE, LONDON. AD. XII