This is the 1591st issue of "Le Cri de Paris" (published on 25th September 1927), a news, political and satirical magazine which was published between 1897 and 1940. When it started to be published, this magazine supported Captain Dreyfus, and it was also against colonialism.
It contains a list of the best restaurants in Paris, some articles (for example one about Isadora Duncan), and plenty of nice old adverts!
This issue is in average condition as the pages are torn, and there is a larger tear and a hole in the last page. Of course the paper has turned yellow as you can expect for a magazine of that age.
In spite of its average condition, this magazine is a good collector's item for people looking for rare pre-WW2 French magazines.
Of course, the magazine is all in French. For good speakers of French who wish to read it, or for collectors.
Dimensions : 21 cm x 30 cm / 8.26" x 11.81"