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Carroll, Lewis

Published by London : William Heinemann / New York : Doubleday Page & Co. ND [1907] (1907)

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Item Description: London : William Heinemann / New York : Doubleday Page & Co. ND [1907], 1907. White linen w/gilt lettering, mock turtle & gryphon at front board, gilt lettering & Cheshire cat @ spine, acrylic wrapper over all but chipped at spine, book has illustrated endpapers in brown signed by Rackham with the usual offsetting, brown art stock for frontispiece w/tipped-on Alice image w/tissue guard. Title-page w/A Rackham drawing showing rose bushes, 13 color illustrations {including frontispiece} tipped-on brown art stock w/tissue guards, 9 line drawings in text & 5 full page bl/w illustrations, ix + 162 pp, in original black slipcase. Limited Edition of 1130, this is #51! Illustrated by Arthur Rackham Book and slipcase are Fine, w/original glassine wrapper heavily chipped at spine, which is one might expect from a 1907 glassine; it protects the boards and is all in one piece connecting the pieces which cover the boards. Books free endpapers are embrowned on one side only. Riall p77. Bookseller Inventory # 34640

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Carroll, Lewis

Published by London : Macmillan and Co 1872 (1872)

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Item Description: London : Macmillan and Co 1872, 1872. Red crushed Levant leather at spine & corners, 5 raised bands with 4 tiny gilt stamped figures in between as well as lettering, red marbled endpapers, probable Bayuntun binding for this 1st Edition of this iconic title with the mis-spelled word wade for wabe in the first verse of The Jabberwock on page 21. Illustrated by John Tenniel Near Fine with gilt rules & half leather boards, but with rear board rubbed at fore-edge [2.5 inches] in the cloth area, still an elegant edition. Bookseller Inventory # 34639

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Milne, A. A.

Published by London : Methuen & Co. Ltd. [1924-1928] (1928)

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Item Description: London : Methuen & Co. Ltd. [1924-1928], 1928. Overall NF, only one with a DJ on Winnie, gilt bright, all volumes belonged to the same family & are in quite attractive condition. 2 are 1st Editions, 1 is a 2nd printing and one is 6th printing, both within a month or two of the 1st printings. Illustrated by Ernest H Shepard. Bookseller Inventory # 31358

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Sopher, Aaron [Original Art]

Published by 06/22/1958 (1958)

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Item Description: 06/22/1958, 1958. Original ink sketch of Shirley Virginia Harrison, talking on the telephone and smoking a cigarrette while being frightened by a mouse. Shirley is clad in a somewhat revealing outfit. Shirley Harrison was Miss Maryland of 1952, and attended parties in Baltimore which Aaron Sopher also attended. The sketch is titled, signed and dated by Sopher. The sketch is 8 3/4 wide x 11 1/4 tall, in a standard sized archival matt of 12 x 16 inches. Bookseller Inventory # 35429

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Shakespeare, William [edited by Staunton, Howard]

Published by London : George Routledge & Sons 1873 (1873)

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Item Description: London : George Routledge & Sons 1873, 1873. Brown Morocco spines, w/5 raised bands; gilt lettering & design imprint on spine, feather pattern marbling on boards & endpapers, a.e.g. Frontispiece to Vol I is taken from a bust of Shakespeare in a church at Stratford upon Avon, & also has 4 engravings by Sir John Gilbert, Vols II, III, IV & V with 5 each & Vol VI has 4, all by Gilbert, approximately 550 pages per volume. Extra shipping applies NF binding w/minor edgewear, internally VG with the exception of occasional foxing. Bookseller Inventory # 19837

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Thackeray, William Makepeace

Published by Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co [1889] (1889)

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Item Description: Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co [1889], 1889. 3/4 green Morocco, 5 raised spine bands w/gilt lettering & laurel wreath design, marbled boards and marbled endpapers, TEG. Illustrated w/bl & white line drawing plates and small illustrations in text. Approximately 500 pp per volume, Standard Library Edition Approximately 34 inches in shelf length. Extra shipping applies VG, bindings very tight and clean, both externally & internally. Spines faded uniformly to brown, one volum with discoloration to one board. Bookseller Inventory # 27455

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Disney, Walt]

Published by Philadelphia : David McKay Co [1931] (1931)

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Item Description: Philadelphia : David McKay Co [1931], 1931. Color illustrated paper over bds, DJ with same illustration, states BOOK 1. on front board, color illus endp, Mickey in color on TP, color illustrations on every page for this very early Mickey Mouse book, which is printed on heavy stock & is in excellent cond. Dust Jackets for this title are very few! unpaged, 1st Edition Walt Disney Studio NF/Good, large chunk of DJ lacking @lower RH corner of front. Bookseller Inventory # 18104

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Item Description: New York: The Century Company. This seminal magazine, published from 1873 to 1929, was one of the very first for children, which featured early works of authors, who later became very famous : e.g. Mark Twain, Lewis Carroll, Rudyard Kipling & Edith Nesbit, Joel Chandler Harris, and more.The collection includes: 282 individual issues (9 3/4 x 7 1/2) from Nov 1873 through November 1925; 29 individual larger format issues ( 11 1/4 x 8 1/2) from June 1926 through December 1929: 41 individual even larger format issues (11 1/2 x 8 5/8) from 1931 through 1940; 50 bound volumes (9 5/8 x 7 1/2) of 1/2 year for 1880 through 1926; 10 bound volumes full year editions from 1874 to 1879 + 1890, 1893, 1894, 1896; 26 miscellaneous volumes including St Nicholas Anthologies, Baby Days, St. Nicholas Song Book, St. Nicholas Indices, and tales retold from St. Nicholas. Also includes two framed posters advetizing St Nicholas Magazine. Condition of bound volumes is generally Very Good. Newer individual issues are in very good condition, but are progressively worn as the issue date gets older. Many have their bright attractive original covers. The collection is available in Maryland for pick-up by the buyer, or shipping cost can be quoted. Contact the dealer, if intrested in buying either the entire collection or a signaficant portion of the collection. Bookseller Inventory # 35813

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Aldin, Cecil

Published by London : William Heinemann Ltd [1923] (1923)

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Item Description: London : William Heinemann Ltd [1923], 1923. Vellum spine w/gilt lettering, TEG, limitation page w/original sketch of a dog, 12 tipped-in color plates w/lettered tissue guards, many small illustrations, chapter heading/footings adorn every page. These illustrations depict architectual details, furnishings and inhabitants. Cecil Aldin describes 6 manor houses with his drawings and stories related to their history. These illustrations are clear and show people both old and young in activities around the buildings. Of course with Cecil Aldin animals are also present. unpaged [109 pp]. Limited Edition #94/350. Illustrated by Cecil Aldin Very Good+, clam shell box is Fine, boards sl rubbed, corners bumped. Bookseller Inventory # 20285

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Campbell, John W., Jr.

Published by Chicago: Shasta Publishers 1948 [1948] (1948)

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Item Description: Chicago: Shasta Publishers 1948 [1948], 1948. Blue pebble textured cloth, w/gilt lettering @ spine; DJ diff w/art in blue and red of two different, yet equally horrifying monsters, one @ front, one @ back as envisioned by renowned sci-fi illustrator, Hannes Bok. A seminal science fiction novella, title was, in 1973, voted one of the finest science fiction novellas ever written by the Science Fiction Writers of America and published in The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume Two. The novella has twice been adapted as a motion picture -- The Thing from Another World [1951] and The Thing [1982]. 230 pp. Autographed at ffep by author. Stated First Edition. A rare find ! Hannes Bok [cover illustration] VG spine gilt dulled / VG- DJ chipped @ top edge, front, spine and back. Bookseller Inventory # 33243

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Bryant, William Cullen, Editor

Published by New York: D Appleton and Company [1872, 1874] (1874)

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Item Description: New York: D Appleton and Company [1872, 1874], 1874. 3/4 leather binding in brown Morocco raised bands with gilt lettering and decorated compartments on spine, gilt design and lettering on cover, AEG. Marbled endpapers. Frontispiece and half title w/tg are two of 24 steel engravings on heavy stock in Vol I; Vol II has 26 steel engravings on heavy stock including the frontispiece and half title w/tg. In addition there are many full page and smaller black/white wood engravings through both volumes. viii + 568 pp; vi + 576 With Illustrations on steel and wood by eminent American artist Very Good+. slight shelf and corner wear, edges of six pages in Vol II eaten by silverfish, but only in the margins, very mild foxing on frontispiece borders in Vol II. Previous owners name on ffendpaper. Leather is in very good contition as are hinges and text block. A very fine set! Very heavy set.will quote shipping at time of sale. Bookseller Inventory # 34845

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Sayers, Frances Clarke (signed & inscribed)

Published by New York : Atheneum 1972 [1972] (1972)

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Item Description: New York : Atheneum 1972 [1972], 1972. White linen spine w/gilt lettering, rose boards w/blind-stamped initials of Moore, cream DJ w/seated photo of Moore on rear, red lettering, light tan endpapers with thankful inscription (For Margret and Hendley Lund who know all this and much more, in gratitude for words of encouragement! . full signature of the author followed by The Ojai California 1972) on the front free endpaper. 303 numbered pp inc Notes, Chronology, Index & a 1 page biography of the author. Fine condition. DJ VG w/ protective wrapper. Spime slightly toned and red title faded. Bookseller Inventory # 35608

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Published by New York: Underwood & Underwood Publishers circa 1912 (1912)

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Item Description: New York: Underwood & Underwood Publishers circa 1912, 1912. Set of 100 stereopticons in brown cloth box, which displays as two side-by-side volumes on a shelf. Each spine is decorated in gilt: solid & dotted lines across head & foot of spine; 3 dotted lines form 4 compartments which have within them: lamp of wisdom/United States/lamp of wisdom/Underwood & Underwood. Stereopticons are sequentially numbered 1 through 100, but also have image numbers. Images include: Washington, DC (before the mall); the Old South including cotton & rice field workers; the Midwest including Chicago & a fabulous image of a mechanical grain reaper drawn by 38 horses; Yosemite; Yellowstone; American Indians; Ancient Cliff dwellings, gold mining and MORE. Each card is 3.5 X 7 inches on thick stock and has a long subject description printed on the back side in English, with short titles in 5 other languages. All images are in Near Fine condition/box is Very Good. All cards are bowed, as usual. Bookseller Inventory # 28668

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Caldecott, Randolph / Morgan, Louisa

Published by London : Macmillan and Co. 1875 (1875)

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Item Description: London : Macmillan and Co. 1875, 1875. Full polished red calf with raised bands, spine enhanced by 2 red-brown title labels & elaborate gilt frames in spine compartments, AEG, marbled endpapers & gilt dentelles by Zaehnsdorf [later binding], title page vignette, frontispiece & 6 full page illustrations by Randolph Caldecott. This was his third book commission, and the first relating to childrens literature, the others being The Harz Mountains by Henry Blackburn [1873] and Frank Mildmay by Florence Marryat [1873]. The illustrations include one with two mermaids, one w/a highlander and dogs, and one of Baron Bruno with a lovely young maiden. Five fairy tales in all, rather in the style of the 19th centurys original fairy tales. Quite scarce, this title is not even listed in most of the Caldecott illustrated books. Illustrated by Randolph Caldecott Fine, no DJ as issued. Engen, page 97, Osborne Collection Vol I p 375. Bookseller Inventory # 28776

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Milne, A A

Published by Berlin : Williams & Co. Verlag [1929] (1929)

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Item Description: Berlin : Williams & Co. Verlag [1929], 1929. Blue cloth spine w/dark blue lettering, color illustrated front board w/images of the Pooh characters & Christopher Robin w/old style lettering at the base [NOT by E H Shepard!], rear board is pale blue w/an image of Pooh with his head in the honeypot. Laid paper endpapers, top edge stained blue, color plate frontispiece by ARA [as is the front board], 202 numbered pages with line drawings by Shepard, stated 1st Edition. Anonymous Einleitung [Introduction] at the front of the text with many amusing remarks about these animal toys. Entire text is in German. Illustrated by Ernest H Shepard & A.R.A. [perhaps only the 2nd illustrator of Pooh books] Near Fine, edges gently rubbed & a tiny hole in blue cloth of the spine, neat ink inscription of former owner, Eigentum von Eva Speier, Koeln. The second title in the quartet of classics by Milne. Bookseller Inventory # 31354

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Wilder, Thornton

Published by New York : Albert & Charles Boni 1929 [Nov 1929] (1929)

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Item Description: New York : Albert & Charles Boni 1929 [Nov 1929], 1929. Color printed pale green cloth w/a figure & tree in a mountain landscape, oval leather title label printed in gilt at spine, this special edition of the Pulizter Prize winning novel, considered to be one of the 100 best ever written is here enhanced by Rockwell Kents color illustrations, fine paper & 6 color illustrations by Kent including a color plate title-page & a color plate at the end of the story with the signatures of both Wildeer & Kent, 120 pp, Limited Edition #809/1100. Illustrated by Rockwell Kent Near Fine, lacking the slipcase, spine is slightly sunned, otherwise Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 32606

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Lanes, Selma G

Published by New York : Harry N Abrams Inc [1980] (1980)

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Item Description: New York : Harry N Abrams Inc [1980], 1980. Color illustrated boards, mylar DJ w/white lettering, pumpkin laid-paper endpapers, this original edition contains a Little Red Riding Hood pop-up, a wee booklet with 8 pp, which is a prototype of Where The Wild Things Are and several heavy art stock gate-folds, has a Portrait of the Artist as A Private Person, 261 illustrations of which 94 are color plates, A Chronology of Books, and Index, 278 pp, 1st Edition. Autographed at the half-title by Maurice Sendak and Selma Lanes with the date Oct 80. In heavy cardboard original mailing box from Abrams with the title on the side. Illustrated by Maurice Sendak / Photos Near Fine/Near Fine, former owners name written artistically in ink on front endpaper, DJ is not clipped. Hanrahan A107 ISBN 0810916002. Bookseller Inventory # 30075

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Barrie, J M

Published by New York : Charles Scribners Sons 1907 [1906] (1907)

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Item Description: New York : Charles Scribners Sons 1907 [1906], 1907. Green cloth w/gilt embossed image of Peter Pan sitting on a dashing goat, gilt lettering @spine & front board, brown art stock for front endpapers & frontispiece as well as 49 color plates at rear of volume w/lettered tissue guards & title-page vignette, occasional small illustrations in text, [126] pp. Attractive edition. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham VG, slightly rubbed at spine tips, corners & small color loss occasionally. The former owner, a well-known Baltimore artist & member of a prominent department store family, Florence Hochschild. Not in Latimore & Haskell, similar to the later editions listed in Raill, but size of leaf is still smaller. Bookseller Inventory # 35400

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Published by London : Frederick Warne & Co. ND circa 1860s-1870s (1870)

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Item Description: London : Frederick Warne & Co. ND circa 1860s-1870s, 1870. Red cloth w//black embossed designs around the title and portrait of Queen Victoria in widows weeds, yellow coated endpapers, this small book contains 96 color illustrations printed by Kronheim for 4 alphabets & 8 collections of nursery rhymes, beginning with Division I : the Royal Alphabet w/a letter for each monarch or important event in the royal lives, the Alexandra Alphabet is related to the Princess of Wales, who is from Denmark, Ediths ABC follows, which is mostly all animals or birds, Aunt Easys ABC follows with assorted objects; each one of the alphabets has an additional color illustration and a page of explanation about the alphabet; this is not true of the following portions of this wee book. Division II includes 5 nursery rhymes or tales, and Division III contains nursery ditties, tales {also in rhyme} & jingles, unpaged. As the pages are printed on 1 side only, this is a thick little book with text opposite all 96 illustrations, hence about 192 pp. anonymously illustrated by several hands & printed by Krohnheim VG, very scarce!. Bookseller Inventory # 30721

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Carroll, Lewis

Published by {London} : Boots the Chemists ND

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Item Description: {London} : Boots the Chemists ND. Bright blue cloth w/gilt lettering & special design on front board showing Alice, the white rabbit, a snail & the knave of hearts in gilt & light green, light brown DJ w/pictorial paste label duplicate of frontispiece by Gwynedd M Hudson, 12 tipped-on color plates, illustrated borders and/or initials on all pp. 180 pp, 1st & only Edition thus. Illustrations by Gwynedd M Hudson Fine/VG w/tape repairs to creases in DJ, which has Boots the Chemists advertisements at endpapers. Bookseller Inventory # 34562

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Belgrave, M Dorothy / Hart, Hilda

Published by London : Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd ND

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Item Description: London : Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd ND. Green cloth w/black lettering, shiny color pictorial paper over boards, 10 color plates, 11 full page bl/w illustrations & 60 smaller illustrations for 10 famous folk tales & legends of the peoples of the British Isles. The book is in Mint condition w/bright green spine & lovely paper over boards; the box, which has the same design as the front board & is made of taupe cardboard, needs to be restored, is rubbed at edges, corners cracked but all parts still present. 134 pp followed by The Raphael House Library of Gift Books catalogue with 10 pp advertising for other titles with 15 bl/w illustrations! Illustrated by Harry G Theaker NF/Good. Bookseller Inventory # 16465

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Rutledge, Archibald

Published by Privately Printed : Spartenburg SC 1938 (1938)

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Item Description: Privately Printed : Spartenburg SC 1938, 1938. Cinnamon faux limp leather w/black rules, lettering & the design od a rose in a vase at front wrap, black lettering, signed at title-page, 65 sonnets are printed in this book with acknowledgement of permisson to reprint the ones, which were published in the following magazines: Harpers, Scribners, Good Housekeeping, Poetry and the North Carolina Poetry Review, 39 pp, 1st and only printing. VG+, hint of rubbing at spine tips & corners, no foxing. The author was the first Poet Laureate of South Carolina!. Bookseller Inventory # 33781

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JOB & G Montorgueil

Published by Paris : Boivin & Cie [1933] (1933)

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Item Description: Paris : Boivin & Cie [1933], 1933. Pale blue cloth w/gilt lettering trumpeting the title and heavily embossed front board showing assorted dolls and toy soldiers with an open book showing the sub-title, 31 chromolithographs showing scenes from French history as portrayed by dolls & toys with accompanying text with a fancy title at the first page showing each letter of the title with one or two toys or dolls; as with so much French history, this book ends with Napoleon. unpaged [70 pp]. Illustrated by JOB [Jacques-Marie Gaston Onfray de Bréville] VG, all corners are rubbed, shelfwear at lower edges, Christmas inscription from a young person at blank free endpaper. Bookseller Inventory # 29892

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Sarg, Tony

Published by New York : B F Jay [1942] (1942)

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Item Description: New York : B F Jay [1942], 1942. First in a series of the Treasure Books. This volume, in the original box, contains shortened versions of Alice In Wonderland, Treasure Island & Rip Van Winkle with movables. Montanaro p315 This copy lacks the celluloid moon face featured in Rip, which has shattered from too much heat over the years; his fishing expedition w/line & cut-out fish is there, a flag and a rotating group of Hendrik Hudson's sailors/bowling pals create another moveable scene; Treasure Island offers in a small purple bag plastic jewels, a map of Treasure Island [torn holder], a Black Spot lift-the-flap & an apple barrel w/removeable apple to find our hero, Jim Hawkins. Alice in Wonderland also provides us w/a letter & 2 moveables. The cover of this exceedingly thick book shows us a scrim behind which is seen a tossing full-rigged ship, a drowning sailor & a large fish. A cave w/moveable rocks will create the storm of movement. Treasure chest w/sparkling stuff is visible also. In the original box with drop down side for easy removal, which has a different pictorial paste label with The White Rabbit, Long John Silver & Hendrik Hudson featured!unpaged [25], 1st Edition Very Good/VG Montanaro p. 315. Bookseller Inventory # 34658

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Seignobose, Francoise / Paul Dumas

Published by Paris : Jardin de Modes, 11 Rue St. Florentin [1930] (1930)

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Item Description: Paris : Jardin de Modes, 11 Rue St. Florentin [1930], 1930. White linen w/4 color pochoir printing by Paul Dumas, cover & endpapers somewhat darkened, but the interior pages are in excellent condition. Illustrated by Francoise Lacking the herringbone weave backstrip, but condition in the interior is excellent !!. Bookseller Inventory # 34631

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Girvin, Brenda, editor

Published by London : Chapman & Hall ND [1905] (1905)

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Item Description: London : Chapman & Hall ND [1905], 1905. Glorious red cloth w/Jabberwock [after Sir John Tenniel] @spine & front board, gilt banner w/title, the first [and only?] annual volume of this periodical on the order of the American St Nicholas Magazine with the first issue coming out in August of 1905. This volume contains 5 issues and an index to Volume I, set up alphabetically by title with the author and illustrator listed, if not pseudonymous. The first 3 issues have their own Contents pages, but the last 2 do not. Authors include Louis Wain, E Nesbit, Lilian Gask, Netta Syrett, Alice B Gomme, Mrs. Molesworth, and Annette Gilbert. Color frontispiece for this volume shows The White Knight & Alice by Paul Hardy; other illustrators include Evelyn Stuart Hardy, George Morrow, J W Wheelhouse, Nellie Syrett, F S Forrest, M V Wheelhouse, Marion Dawson, Berta Ruck & Louis Wain among others. The first 3 issues have individual tables of contents, but the last do not. Apparently it was abandoned. The editor has included "Round about London with Alice and the White Rabbit" featuring 1. The Tower in the November issue; this was issued in book form [160 pp] with many other chapters in 1910. Ms Girvin also wrote,"Round Fairyland with Alice," which discusses the fairies of different areas of the British Isles, including England, Scotland, Ireland, Manxland & Wales. see # {21449}.528 pp, 1st Edition. Fine, hint of foxing @endpapers ony. Not in Lovett. Bookseller Inventory # 21467

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Gaskell, Catherine Milnes

Published by London : Grant Richards Limited 1914 (1914)

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Item Description: London : Grant Richards Limited 1914, 1914. White textured cloth w/gilt lettering & lion rampant on front board, gilt lettering at spine, TEG, 12 glorious fairy color plates by Maud Tindal Atkinson for 15 original fairy tales published as a benefit for a Royal Ambulance Fund during The Great War, 258 pp, 1st Edition. Illustrated by Maud Tindal Atkinson Near Fine with glassine wrapper. Bookseller Inventory # 15669

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Cain, James M

Published by New York : Alfred A Knopf [1937] (1937)

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Item Description: New York : Alfred A Knopf [1937], 1937. Black cloth w/silver art deco designs, DJ different but similar in magenta & teal blue with black lettering, black illustration by W. A. Dwiggins at title-page, Cains second novel published 4 years after The Postman Always Rings Twice, 314 pp, stated 1st Edition with typography & design\by Dwiggins. Top edge stained red. Designed by W A Dwiggins NF/VG++ w/front of DJ bright, spine slightly sunned, short biography at rear of DJ, which has a few small chips at top edge, a tiny tear at rear of spine & a price of $2.50. Bookseller Inventory # 34042

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Newell, Peter

Published by New York : Harper & Brothers [1908] (1908)

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Item Description: New York : Harper & Brothers [1908], 1908. Blue cloth w/pictorial paste label, each page w/color illustration opposite text in rhyme. Unpaged [50]pp 1st Edition {published October 1908} Listed as Blanck's "Peter Parley to Penrod" 1908 selection, amazingly popular in its day and in our day! Illustrated by the author, Peter Newell Very Good, only one page is creased, unusual for this title. Gift inscribed, Feby 1909. Bookseller Inventory # 28256

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Fryer, Jane Eyre

Published by Philadelphia : John C Winston Company [1914] (1914)

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Item Description: Philadelphia : John C Winston Company [1914], 1914. Navy cloth with pictorial paste label, blue silhouette endpapers by Julia Greene, silhouette illustrated title-page & many silhouette illustrations in the margins, 4 color paper doll plates, each w/a matching bl/w plate all by Julia Green,color plate frontispiece of the doll house, 2 p fold-out doll house plan, & furniture plates in color w/matching bl/w plates all done by Albert Mowitz, 253 pp. Association copy which belonged to Flora Gill Jacobs, author of several books on dollhouses & owner of The Dollhouse Museum in the Washington D C area. Very scarce with all the plates uncut! In addition to the dollhouse & dolls, there is a large section at the rear of the book called Training the Little Housekeeper with all sorts of details now lost on the 21st century child; 7 little songs to help the child to remember are also given with piano accompaniment! Illustrated by Julia Greene & Albert Mowitz Near Fine w/all plates intact, small hole in front free endpaper not affecting any illustrations. Bookseller Inventory # 30722

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