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Jonas, E.A.

Published by Wilderness Road Book Shop, Louisville, Ky (1942)

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From: Rosebud Books (Golconda, IL, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Wilderness Road Book Shop, Louisville, Ky, 1942. Hardcover. Wyncie King (frontispiece) (illustrator). Limited ed. (#491 of 500). 8 vo; green boards with paper paste on title box; 144 pgs.; b/w sketch of author as frontispiece; signed by the author on the copyright pg. Jonas was a Louisville newspaper man. Very Good - no dj; ex-lib with usual markings & expected imperfections; minor rubbing to spine ends & corners; all else-clean, tight, & attractive. 0.0. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 1.17772

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Wesson, Douglas B. and Wyncie King, illustrator

Published by Sears, NY, 1928, SIGNED & INSCRIBED, (G+/no dj), (1928)

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From: Librarium (East Chatham, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Sears, NY, 1928, SIGNED & INSCRIBED, (G+/no dj), 1928. Sears, NY, 1928, SIGNED & INSCRIBED "Polly darlin'- I loved the book you sent me. Doug." on the half title page, 196 pages, delightful b&w cartoon like illustrations by Wyncie King, b&w map frontispiece, b&w illustrated endpapers, hardcover, orange patterned cloth with green titles & illustration on front, top edge dark grey, a little light cover soil, spine a little faded, spine titles a bit rubbed, corners lightly bumped and worn, 1/8" tear in fore-edge of front cover, endpapers lightly foxed, otherwise contents clean and tight, book good+ (G+/no dj) 1161 [HRos50M]. Seller Inventory # ABE001161

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THE WISHING WINDOW IN Dustjacket, SIGNED &: by Hortense FLEXNER

by Hortense FLEXNER , & B/W Illustrated by Wyncie KING, SIGNED & inscribed by Horte & Wyncie, the author & Illustrator, & Original COLOR DRAWING FRONT DJ GLUED IN OPPOSITE TITLE PG,

Published by New York & Philadelphia. Frederick A. Stokes Company (1942)

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From: Bluff Park Rare Books (LONG BEACH, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: New York & Philadelphia. Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1942. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Wyncie KING, (illustrator). 1st Edition. SIGNED & inscribed by Horte & Wyncie, the author & Illustrator, & Original COLOR DRAWING FRONT DJ GLUED IN OPPOSITE TITLE PG, Inner DJ Flap $1.50, COLOR illustrated Endpapers, HBDJ, 1942 ON TITLE PG & COPYRIGHT. Small Quarto. First Edition. 1st Printong, VG+/VG, Bound in original bluegrey embossed cloth RED LETTERING, DJ with chips at tips and edges. Hinges sound. Overall, very good or better.Hardcover. Dust Jacket Condition: Edge-torn & Chipped. hardcover, partial discoloration of endpapers, corners slightly worn, light wear to extremities, contents lightly toned, Unpaginated, in edge-torn and edge-chipped dust jacket; LARGE ORIGINAL B/W INK SKETCH of boy on bicycle carrying large pie, with cat in basket, by Wyncie King (tag attached to pie says "for Ivor and George"; and on blank facing this sketch, on the half-title page, in ink, "to - Ivor and George with our love - Hortie and Wyncie"; PLUS pen and ink and watercolor rendering of a variant of the image on the dust jacket (girl and boy peering into pie shop window) on sheet mounted on the blank facing the title page Size: 8vo , Foreword by Dorothy Canfield Fisher ,A interesting and scarce example of the story of two French children, Clare & Jacques in Nazi occupied France during WWII, Madame Bon bon had shop in Village of Routon with Pink Peppermints,Chocolate creams ETC. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 28526

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4 ORIGINAL SIGNED PEN & INK WASH: Roosevelt, Franklin Delano).

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano). King, Wyncie (1884-1961); American illustrator and caricaturist

Published by [1935]. [1935]. (1935)

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About this Item: [1935]. [1935]., 1935. Condition: Very good. [1935]. [1935]. Very good. - sc What is offered here are 4 original pen & ink wash drawings by the caricaturist Wyncie King depicting members of FDR's administration. Each 5- 3/4 inch high by 4 inch wide drawing is penned on separate 15 inch high by 10-1/4 inch wide Strathmore art board, two of which bear Strathmore's blind stamp. Each drawing is signed in ink by the artist Wyncie King and additionally captioned in pencil under the image.The drawings respectively depict Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, here represented as "H.R.G. Grand Duchess Fanny Perkinsova" and depicted seated with a crown perching on her hat with a pearl necklace and military medals and ribbons adorning her dress. Signed by the artist, the drawing is further inscribed and signed "To Katharine Dayton with admiration and best wishes from Wyncie King". Vice President John Garner, here represented as "Prince Garneravitch, the Heir Apparent" is depicted with bushy eyebrows. Seated on a throne while holding a gavel, he is attired in Eastern European style military dress uniform with ribbons and medals.Postmaster General James A. Farley, here represented with the caption "Grand Duke Jaime de la Farlg, used to say that four out of five had pieorrhea". He is depicted in military dress uniform, serving a slice of pie as he holds a knife up in the other hand. This drawing is also further inscribed and signed "To Katharine Dayton with admiration and best wishes from Wyncie King".Donald Richberg, General Counsel of the National Recovery Administration (the NRA) is here represented as "The Dashing Spinach Grandee Senor Don Richeberg". He is also attired in military dress uniform with medals and ribbons, standing cap in hand with one fist resting on his hip.Though there are pinholes to the edges of the art boards with staining and darkening along the edges and some wear and damage to the corners, the original drawings are themselves mostly unaffected and in excellent condition.Katharine Dayton has penned her name and address on the verso of each of the boards with annotations penned in ink in her hand identifying the subject of each caricature and identifying these as "illustrations for my 'Memoirs of Princess Nira' Saturday Evening Post, K.D." Katharine Dayton's "Riding Backwards: The Memoirs of Princess Nira of Newdeal" was published in The Saturday Evening Post in 1935.John Garner was President Roosevelt's Vice-President from 1933 to 1941. Frances Perkins served as FDR's Secretary of Labor from 1933- 45 and James A. Farley as Postmaster General from 1933-40. Donald Richberg, General Counsel of the National Recovery Administration (NRA) was often called the "Assistant President".A unique set of original cartoon art. Seller Inventory # 30429

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