Lot of 23 signed books Illustrated by Michael Hague, many with original drawings by the artist: ... Lot of 23 signed books Illustrated by Michael Hague, many with original drawings by the artist: ... Lot of 23 signed books Illustrated by Michael Hague, many with original drawings by the artist: ...

Lot of 23 signed books Illustrated by Michael Hague, many with original drawings by the artist

Hague, Michael; Kathleen Hague; J. R. R. Tolkien; Frank L. Baum; Lewis Carroll; J. M. Barrie et al.

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1) Tolkien, J. R. R. The Hobbit or, There and Back Again. Boston, (1984). Houghton Mifflin. First edition, first printing. Gold-stamped green paper-covered boards with gold lettering on spine in dust jacket. 290pp. Signed drawing by Hague of Gandalf on title-page. ISBN: 0395362903.2) Tolkien, J. R. R. The Hobbit or, There and Back Again. Boston, (1984). Houghton Mifflin. First edition, second printing. Gold-stamped green paper-covered boards with gold lettering on spine in dust jacket. 290pp. Signed drawing by Hague of a dragon on title-page. ISBN: 0395362903.3) Baum, Frank L. The Wizard of Oz. New York, (1982). Henry Holt and Company. First edition, sixth printing. Color illustrated glossy paper-covered boards in matching dj. ix, 219pp. Double-page color illustration preceding frontispiece. Signed drawing by Hague of the lion on page opposite half-title. ISBN: 0805002219.4) Baum, Frank L. The Wizard of Oz. New York, (1982). Henry Holt and Company. First edition, eighth printing. Color illustrated glossy paper-covered boards in matching dj. ix, 219pp. Double-page color illustration preceding frontispiece. Signed full-page drawing by Hague of the lion on page opposite half-title. This drawing larger than one in previous copy. ISBN: 0805002219.5) Carroll, Lewis. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. New York, (1985). Henry Holt. First edition, third printing. Half red cloth over blue paper-covered boards with silver lettering on spine in dj. 122pp. Signed drawing by Hague on title-page of a mushroom with a smoking chimney. Signed by previous owner on free front endpaper. ISBN: 080500212X.6) Hague, Kathleen. Good Night, Fairies. San Francisco. Chronicle Books, (2002). First edition, second printing. Glossy color-illustrated paper-covered boards in matching dj. Unpaginated (36pp). Illustrated endpapers & title-page. Signed drawing by M. Hague of a fairy-mermaid with fish on title-page. ISBN: 1587171341.7) Hague, Michael. Michael Hague's Magical World of Unicorns. New York, (1999). Simon & Schuster. First edition, first printing. Glossy illustrated paper-covered boards in matching dj. Unpaginated (36pp). Decorative endpapers. Drawing of a unicorn by Hague on title-page, signed by him, dated 2000. ISBN: 0689828497.8) Grahame, Kenneth. The Wind in the Willows. New York, (1980). Ariel Books. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. First edition. Gold-stamped brown cloth with gold lettering on spine in dj. 207pp. Illustrated endpapers. Signed drawing by Hague of a frog smoking a cigar on title-page. ISBN: 0030562945.9) Burnett, Frances Hodgson. The Secret Garden. New York, (1987). Henry Holt. First edition. Half-brown cloth over green paper-covered boards with gold lettering on spine in dj. 232pp. Small signed drawing by Hague of a flower on title-page. Inscription by previous owner on free front endpaper. ISBN: 0805002774.10) Hague, Michael. The Book of Fairies. New York, (2000). Harper Collins. First edition. Blue paper-covered boards in dj. 125pp. Color illustrated endpapers. Signed full-page drawing by Hague of a fairy opposite half-title page. ISBN: 0688108814.11) Norton, Mary. The Borrowers. San Diego, (1991). Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. First edition. Half green cloth over gold-stamped yellow paper-covered boards in price-clipped dj. xiv, 177pp. Signed drawing by Hague of a small girl opposite title-page. ISBN: 0152099913.12) Barrie, J. M. Peter Pan. New York, (1987). Henry Holt and Company. First edition. Half maroon cloth over tan paper-covered boards with white lettering on spine in dj. 158pp. Signed drawing by Hague of a pirate on title-page. ISBN: 0805002766.13) Hague, Michael. The Book of Dragons. New York, (1995). William Morrow and Company. First edition, seventh printing. Half blue cloth over blind-stamped red paper-covered boards with gold lettering on spine in dj. 146pp. Color illustrated endpapers. Signed drawing of a dragon by Hague on half-title page, dated 2000. ISBN: 0688108792.14) Lang, Andrew (ed.). The Rainbow Fairy Book. New. Bookseller Inventory # 32107

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Title: Lot of 23 signed books Illustrated by ...

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