None, 1946. Quarto. Twenty-five facsimile issues, from March 1, 1946 through August 16, 1946, printed on thin stock, with blue endpapers. Bound in tan leather (possibly publisher's binding), with titles in gilt on the front board and spine, and single rule with geometric star shape on the boards. Some rubbing and light soil to the boards. Harry Creighton owned and edited The Spectator until 1975, then selling it to Henry Keswick, who appointed Alexander Chancellor as Editor. Under Creighton it stood as an outlet right-wing journalists. An interesting compilation, in an attractive binding.