20 NOVEMBER 1982, Page 38

The Great Spectator

Treasure Hunt Set by Christopher Booker


There are over 100 other prizes, which include signed coRle-s „hi

books by Sir Fitzroy Maclean, Piers Paul Read, Shiva Nall* Candida Lycett Green and Patrick Marnham.

There will also be bottles of Avery's champagne and claret for the runners-up.

This issue of The Spectator has the seventh clue in the Great SPC tator Treasure Hunt. The Treasure Hunt will last for five more

weeks, and the winners will receive the most unusual set of Prue' ever offered by a newspaper or magazine.

The first prize is an oil painting by Sir John Lavery called `Habiba', valued at £3,000.

The second prize is a signed and dated pen-and-wash sketch ell' titled 'The Barrister' by Sir William Orpen, valued at £600.


The third prize is a signed limited-edition print by Eduardo ,A-

a Paolozzi RA, from his 'As is When' series, valued at £400.

Special prize: There is a special prize reserved for advertisers, employees of adve agencies and book publishers. This is a signed proof by David Hockney from `HPulloywood Suite' of 1965 (valued at f400). blishers, advertisers and agents are of course eligible for the first three prizes, but cannot win one of the main prizes as well as the special prize.