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BASEBALL ABC: Anonymous

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Published by McLoughlin Bros., New York (1885)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., New York, 1885. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. Anonymous (illustrator). 1st Edition. (Baseball) BASEBALL ABC. New York: McLoughlin Bros., (1885). First edition. 4to - 8-1/4" x 10-5/8". String-bound color pictorial paper wrappers with the slightest touches of wear along the spine, a short closed tear on the bottom edge of the front wrapper and some light spotting on the back wrapper for what is as close to a pristine copy of this book that one is ever likely to encounter. 16 pp. including wrappers. 19th century baseball, literally from A to Z, as told by a children's ABC book. Wonderful chromolithographs on every bright and fresh page show how baseball was played long ago before modern era innovations, e.g. gloves or mitts! This title is one of the most coveted but most illusive baseball books ever published and the condition of this particular copy would make this the ultimate copy in any serious collection. The book is housed in a custom collector's box. The condition of the book is NEAR FINE. Only four copies located on OCLC/WorldCat. RARE. Seller Inventory # 000500

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Anamorphoses Anamorphosis - McLoughlin Brothers

Published by New York, McLoughlin Bros (1870)

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About this Item: New York, McLoughlin Bros, 1870. Pas de couverture. Condition: Très bon. Edition originale. New York, McLoughlin Bros., circa 1870. 24 anamorphoses lithographiées et réhaussées en couleurs et le miroir-cylindre d'origine ; l'ensemble conservé dans sa boite en bois d'origine orné d'une grande chromolithographie (fêlure au couvercle de la boite, sans manque). Trés rare ensemble complet de ses 24 anamorphoses du The magic Mirror des frères Loughin à New York. En raison de sujets représentés la Morgan Library date cette publication entre 1852 et 1870 : "Date derived from Napoleonice images. The distorted handcolored pictures come to life, only when the mirror is placed on the circle under each picture, revealing portraits of, for example, Emperor Louis Napoleon, Empress Eugénie and Sancho Panz on his donkey." Nous préférons la dater du début des années 1870. Worldcat ne référence que 3 exemplaires : la Morgan (avec seulement 23 anamorphoses), McGill University (avec les 24 anamorphoses au complet) et Library of Congress. Seller Inventory # ABE-1601026692192

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Buffalo Bill's Wild West. A sixty piece: William Frederick Cody]

William Frederick Cody]

Published by Mcloughlin Brothers c. 1887 (1887)

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About this Item: Mcloughlin Brothers c. 1887, 1887. Condition: Very Good. Sixty individual c. 1.95 by 1.95 by 1.95 inch wooden blocks with chromolithographed images to all 360 sides. In wooden box from Grands Magasins du Louvre. Lithographs inspired by (or pirated from) A Peep at Buffalo Bill's Wild West (New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1887). Box c.14.75 x 22.25; puzzle c. 11.75 x 20 inch. Wear to block corners and an occasional block (please see and/or request images); nonetheless a remarkably complete set of twelve separate puzzles for young romancers of the American wild west phenomenon. ; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail. Seller Inventory # 2688

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Uncle John's Drolleries

Published by McLoughlin Brothers (1876)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Brothers, 1876. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. McLOUGHLIN PUB. UNCLE JOHN'S DROLLERIES: ARK ALPHABET * DASH'S HOLIDAYS * MISS MOUSER'S TEA PARTY * TEN LITTLE N----S. NY: McLoughlin Bros. circa 1876. 4to (7 1/2 x 10 1/2"), brownish-red cloth, pictorial paste- on, near fine condition. Containing the 4 titles listed above, each with 8 incredible full page chromolithographs (3 of which are glorious double-page spreads). The quality of the color printing is high. Miss Mouser's Tea Party features cats, Dasher's Holidays features dogs and the last title is the classic counting rhyme of the Ten Little N-------s with grossly stereotypical portrayals. Previous owner's inscription on front free end paper; some soiling on pages. This is a particularly nice copy of a rare book. Housed in a custom-made slipcase. Seller Inventory # 1405306

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Over the Hills, A Collection of Juvenile: WAUGH, Miss Ida

WAUGH, Miss Ida

Published by McLoughlin Brothers New York (1882) (1882)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Brothers New York (1882), 1882. First Edition. Small quarto, original illustrated boards and illustrated dustjacket. Attractively color illustrated children's book by Waugh, retaining, rather unbelievably, its original thin paper illustrated dustjacket. The paper used for the jacket is only slightly thicker than glassine, an incredible survivor. Very Good, gift inscription dated 1883 (Atlanta, Georgia) at front free endpaper, dime sized chip to fore-edge margin of first page of text, modest shelf wear to edges, in Very Good dustjacket, quarter sized chip at top spine end, shallow chips along lower front panel, top front panel with even half centimeter of loss. Seller Inventory # 26442

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The new pretty village.: Spiele -

Spiele -

Published by New York, McLoughlin Bros. (1897)

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About this Item: New York, McLoughlin Bros., 1897. Gr.-Folio (52 x 38 cm.). Großer farblithogr. Spielplan (120 x 58 cm.) u. 17 zusammensteckbare Gebäude (zusammen 19 farblithogr. Teile auf Karton). Orig.-Pappkassette mit farblithogr. Deckelbild. Sehr seltenes aufwendig ausgestattetes Papier-Spielzeug. Die Gebäude, alle mit zahlr. Figuren (meist Kinder) illustriert, sind bezeichnet: "House No. 1-3, 5, 10, 12-15", "Boat House, No. 4", "Florist, No. 6", "School House, No. 7", "Engine House, No. 8", "Photographer, No. 9", "Church, No. 11", "Rip van Winkle House, No. 16" u. "Blacksmith's Shop, No. 17". - Aufbau-Anleitung auf dem Innendeckel. - Der bekannte New Yorker Verlag hat auch zahlreiche Kinderbücher veröffentlicht. - Kassette mit Gebrauchssp. u. teils restauriert, ohne die Spiel-Figuren aus Metall, sehr gutes mit allen Teilen vollständiges und nahezu unbespieltes Exemplar. Sprache: englisch. Seller Inventory # 98546BB

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The Game of Louisa: McLoughlin Brothers

McLoughlin Brothers

Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York

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About this Item: McLoughlin Brothers, New York. In Box. Condition: Fine. 1888. A colorful board, moving pieces, dice cups and dice, all contained in a colorful lidded box. Size 18 by 17.25 inches. Instruction for how to play on the underside of the lid. ABSOLUTELY COMPLETE with all playing pieces present and in fine condition. Ready to play! A beautiful game from two centuries ago and a wonderful survival. Seller Inventory # 3445

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WONDERS OF THE CIRCUS: MEN, MONKEYS, AND

Published by McLoughlin Bro's, New York (1892)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bro's, New York, 1892. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. (Circus Interest) WONDERS OF THE CIRCUS: MEN, MONKEYS, AND DOGS (Code No. 815). New York: McLoughlin Bro's, (1892). 4to - 10-7/8" x 9-5/16". Red cloth backed color pictorial paper covered boards with rubbing to the corners and edges and a piece of the covering paper, measuring approximately 1/2" x 2-1/4", missing from the back cover for what is a wonderful copy of the book. Gray floral motif on a tan background endpapers. [50] pp. The book contains three different stories told in verse; each story has it's own illustrated title-page. The stories are: Visit to the Circus, The Monkeys' Circus, and The Wonderful Performing Dogs. Every page is illustrated with a vibrant, near full page chromolithograph showing the energy and excitement of the circus and the incredible feats of the circus' animal and human performers; internally the book is fine. The condition of the book is VERY GOOD. Only one copy (Florida State University) of this edition of the book located on OCLC/WorldCat. EXCEEDINGLY RARE and truly a grand circus production. Seller Inventory # 000738

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Buffalo Bill & The Wild West Cut

Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York (1884)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Brothers, New York, 1884. No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. 14 cardboard cutouts. Please request link to photos. Seller Inventory # 000657

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When the Cat's Away The Mice Will: Cogger, Edward P.

Cogger, Edward P. Louis Wain and Palmer Cox (illustrators)

Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York (1905)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Brothers, New York, 1905. First edition. New Chimney Corner series No. 37 1/2. Full color glazed pictorial wrappers. Black and white illustrations throughout including ten full-page by Louis Wain (of which two are signed), and a title-page vignette by Palmer Cox. Transparent tape repairs to spine and the fore-edge to a few leaves. Pale gift inscription to upper wrapper. A scarce and attractive survivor to children's enthusiastic hands. Unrecorded by Dale. At the end of the last century, Louis Wain (1860-1939), the Edwardian cat artist who went mad, became a household name as an illustrator of cats, whom he depicted in all sorts of activities, from skating and playing cricket to driving motor cars, attending dances, and playing musical instruments. "He invented a cat style, a cat society, a whole cat world. English cats that do not look like Louis Wain cats are ashamed of themselves" (H.G. Wells). Here, alongside illustrations from Palmer Cox, who also specialized in Scottish fairytales and rhymes. Seller Inventory # 3802

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THE AQUARIUM (The Little Showman's Series)

Published by McLoughlin Bros., New-York, New York (1886)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., New-York, New York, 1886. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. (Toy and Movable Books) THE AQUARIUM (The Little Showman's Series). [New York]: McLoughlin Bros., New-York, circa 1886. FIRST EDITION. 4to - 11-1/8" x 7-13/16". Color pictorial paper covered boards oriented so that the spine is at the head of cover, with chromolithograph of an arctic scene on front cover and McLoughlin Bros.' ad on back cover; with light wear to the edges and tips and minor soiling to back cover for what is a beautiful copy of the book. [2] pp. The book is basically a folder with two pages printed one side of the sheet and pasted down on inside of covers, page 1 is a chromolithograph representing the back of the aquarium, page 2 features the poem "The Aquarium". The book is made special by its pop-up illustration consisting of two free-standing paper chromolithograph panels representing the contents of the aquarium. Aquarium is framed by a proscenium opening which is covered by a clear plastic sheet; slight tears to the plastic sheet. The condition of the book is VERY GOOD. Only four copies located on OCLC/WorldCat. EXCEEDINGLY RARE and a terrific copy to boot. Seller Inventory # 000751

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A Visit From St Nicholas: Moore, Clement C.

Moore, Clement C. ]

Published by McLoughlin Bros., (1869), New York: (1869)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., (1869), New York:, 1869. Paperback. Near fine in heavy printed paper wraps over a sewn binding. A small quarto of 10 1/2 by 9 1/8 inches with light soiling to the front cover and light soiling throughout and with occasional finger soiling to the margins of the pages. Without a dust jacket as issued. Of note: Santa's costume is in brown and apparently in brown fur to parallel the text of the poem. 12 printed pages counting the verso of the front cover and the recto of the rear cover including 6 printed in black and white and 6 chromolithographs. The verso of the rear cover shows 14 ads for "New Picture Books for Little Children" one of which announces the issuance of a title in "late fall of 1869" which is a strong suggestion that is the printing date for this title. (Not listed in Marshall, but very close to #69.) An extremely uncommon early Christma title. Seller Inventory # TB30982

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Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York (1874)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Brothers, New York, 1874. Color Pictorial Paper Wrappers. Condition: Near Fine. (Black Interest) THE TEN LITTLE MULLIGAN GUARDS. New York: McLoughlin Brothers, (1874). Oblong 8vo - 10-13/16" x 9". Color pictorial wrappers in extremely bright and nice condition, with previous owner's name written lightly in pencil at the top of the front wrapper, two small corner creases to the front wrapper and a 1-1/2" split to the bottom of the spine. The rear wrapper is printed with an advertisement for "New Picture Books For Little Children" published by McLoughlin Brothers, Publishers. [24]pp. including wrappers. The story follows as the Mulligan Guards march along, losing one Guard on each page, until there are none, in Ten Little Indians fashion. The book can be read as a story in verse or used for playing "The Game Of The Ten Little Mulligans," instructions for which are given on leaf [12]. A musical score accompanies the story. The highlights of the book are the thirteen beautiful chromolithographs which are printed on one side of the page only that are found in the book. They are really astounding in their artistry, bold use of color and subject matter. There is one black member of the Mulligan Guards that appears in all but one of the chromolithographs. He is refered to by a racially derogatory term that fortunately is no longer as widely used, nor as accepted today as it was when the book was published. There is a small area of damp stain on the inside of the front wrapper but all other pages are bright, clean and free of blemishes. This is a wonderful book in amazingly good condition. The condition of the book is NEAR FINE. Rare. Seller Inventory # 000166

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Fun and Frolic: Wain, Louis (illustrator)

Wain, Louis (illustrator)

Published by McLoughlin Bros., Inc, Springfield [Massachusetts] (1920)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., Inc, Springfield [Massachusetts], 1920. First American edition. Original quarter brown cloth over color pictorial glazed boards (plain tan rear board). Corners and board edges a little worn, inner hinges cracked. Quarto (10 x 8 inches; 256 x 205 mm.). 252 unnumbered pages (256 including covers and inside covers). Title -page illustrated by Louis Wain and eight other illustrations by Louis Wain including one double-page full color, two other color illustrations and five others either tinted or black & white. Numerous other color, tinted and black and white illustrations by various other artists. The other stories in the book include many old favorites (some listed below). An acceptable copy of a book that we have never seen before. While not solely illustrated by Wain, the present includes a significant amount of his work. illustrations by Louis Wain include: 1. Cat playing the flute (title-page, black & white) 2. The Dandy Colored Cat (3/4 page , colored) 3. The Dandy Colored Cat (full-page, colored) 4. Daid Puss to Tommy one fine day (full-page, tinted) 5. Tom took a jug of milk. ((full-page, tinted) 7/8. There was an old Pussy who lived in a shoe (double-page, colored) 9. The Rivals (1/2 page, black & white). Seller Inventory # 3820

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Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York (1880)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Brothers, New York, 1880. Condition: Very good condition. Chromolithographed dissected puzzle map of the United States, with the original illustrated pasteboard box. The map showing Oklahoma entirely as Indian Territory (with Ft. Gibson shown) and the Dakotas not divided. The chromolithographic illustration on the box cover showing Lady Liberty dressed in an American flag pointing to a large map of the United States, and accompanied by a young native American woman in feather headdress. The box measures 7 (wide) X 9" by 2" deep; missing sections of the lower and right side lip, but the illustration only lacking a small part of the border. The map, 21 1/2 x 15 1/4", is complete. Seller Inventory # 19550

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Boy's Hunting Book [with] the original pen: Children's] [Kangaroo] Dunk,

Children's] [Kangaroo] Dunk, Walter illustrator

Published by McLoughlin Bros., New York (1900)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., New York, 1900. Condition: Very good condition. Walter M. Dunk (b1855), celebrated Philadelphia painter and illustrator is the illustrator of this handsome work, with 6 full-page color illustrations and b&w illustrations in the text including one of a kangaroo with her joeys being menaced by a man on horseback with a raised whip, for which the original artwork is present, a large dramatic pen and ink sketch. In the distance across the wheat field two other riders and a dog race toward the kangaroo. 17 3/4 x 14" . 4to pamphlet with color cover illustration polar bear hunting in the Arctic, unpaginated (14pp) with b&w illustrations. Covers slt. worn, with a bit of rubbing and faint creasing, but acceptably so. Color illustrations: 'A Buffalo Hunt in the Wild West', 'Indians Hunting Wild Horses in Texas', 'Arctic Voyagers Hunting Polar Bears' (although it looks like the opposite!), 'Red Deer in Flight Before the Hunters', 'A Lion Hunt in Algeria' and 'A Tiger Hunt in India'. B&w illustrations include: 'A Charge of a Cape Buffalo', 'Hunting the Kangaroo', 'Duck Hunting on the Chesapeake', 'A Bear Hunt', 'Hunting Wolves', 'Indian Moose Hunt', 'Hunting Hippopotamus', 'Rhinoceros Hunt', 'Pheasant Shooting', 'Fox Hunting', 'Jaguar Hunting', and 'Pig Sticking in India'. Overall a nice copy. OCLC: 234043615 locates 2 copies. Seller Inventory # 12437

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WONDERFUL ANIMALS, COMPRISING KING DONKEY'S DOINGS, DOGS': Cogger, Edward P;

Cogger, Edward P; Karst, John; Wevill, George

Published by McLoughlin Bros [1876], New York (1876)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros [1876], New York, 1876. Hardcover. First Edition. Octavo, 48 pages; VG-; Bound in original publisher's binding: red cloth with Eastlake-style pattern in black and gilt, and a full-color pictorial onlay of a duck in a top hat and coat; pink endpapers; rebacked in 3/4 red leather, original large spine label preserved; 16 pages with some level of repair; with 48 2/3 page color illustations; Most illustrations signed: Cogger, sc.; three signed: John Karst; the illustration of Dr. Drake on the upper board signed: Wevil.; Advertised in McLoughlin's catalogue for 1876-77; half-title's present for each part; Leaves printed on one side only; printed sides facing each other; gift inscriptions and cards to front pastedown, free blank; mild foxing and fingerprint smudges; colors extremely bright; extremely scarce; shelved case 14. 1319912. Shelved Dupont Bookstore. Seller Inventory # 1319912

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JINGLES, JOKES, AND FUNNY FOLKS: Bingham, Clifton

Bingham, Clifton

Published by McLoughlin Bros, New York (1898)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros, New York, 1898. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good +. Wain, Louis (illustrator). (Wain, Louis) illustrator. JINGLES, JOKES, AND FUNNY FOLKS. Illustrated by Louis Wain, and written by Clifton Bingham. New York: McLoughlin Bros, [1898]. New Chimney Corner Series No. 37 1/2. 8vo - 7-3/8" x 9-5/8". Staple bound, color pictorial stiff paper wrappers with slight wear along spine for what is a very lovely copy of the book. [32] pp. Illustrated throughout with amusing black and white drawings of mischievous cats and dogs and elephants, too (as only Louis Wain could possibly do). The pages are age toned and a previous owner's name is written in pencil on the title page and there is a single, 1/4" closed fore edge margin tear on one leaf. The condition of the book is VERY GOOD +. RARE. Seller Inventory # 000437

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Published by McLoughlin Bros, New York (1870)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros, New York, 1870. Original mahogany box with superb color pictorial insert on cover, inserted pane of glass with central hand-spinner, onlaid printed instructions and one sheet of answers affixed to glass, three double-sided question discs and two further pictorial onlays with answers, sliding lid with chromo-pictorial design featuring a wizard and black cat. Overall 30x30 cm (11" x 11"). An early trivia game whereby general knowledge questions are magically answered by the hand-spinner. When the question on the center disc is aligned, the magnetic hand-spinner will point to the correct answer printed on the matching overlay. Rare. Light wear to box, spinning hand not functioning correctly; two additional answer overlays with some chipping and tearing, backed with brown paper to prevent further damage; very good. Seller Inventory # 3450

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Published by McLoughlin Bros. 1875-76, NY (1875)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros. 1875-76, NY, 1875. A set of six (6) paper dolls created from embossed die-cut scraps with textured paper skirts, trimmed in lace paper. Housed on original backing. Title reads "Paper Doll Family -- No. 1. Captions below each include Susie, Charley, Rosey, Harry, Lilly and Willie. Dolls and stands affixed to card with string ties. Reverse is blank. Each doll is approximately 5 1/3 " tall. The card measures 12 1/2"x 9 3/4".Pictured in 'Those Fascinating Paper Dolls", Marian B. Howard, pg. 193. Note some of the names on the set from the 1875-76 McLoughlin catalog are different. Seller Inventory # 28000328

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THE LITTLE SHOWMAN'S SERIES NO. 2. SPRING.: Charles J Howard;

Charles J Howard;

Published by McLoughlin Bros, N Y (1884)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros, N Y, 1884. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. First Edition. Color Pop-ups; Spring, How We Amuse Ourselves In Doors, with color lithograph illustrations, depicting children and pets whiling away the day indoors. Stand-up tab replaced, cellophane still in window, but with tear, soiling to poem Presumably. First edition, from the second of the Little Showman's series. The first series presents different animals in cages, the second series the seasons and related activities. Very- well preserved diorama with illustr. Publisher's announcement for the new 'Object teaching book' on rear board. WolrdCat returns but three copies [Smithsonian, Toronto and Yale]. Auction records but a single copy. Quite rare. Aprox 10 x 14". Seller Inventory # 36101

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Published by McLoughlin Bros, New York (1887)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros, New York, 1887. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 10 x 12- 1/2 inches, 16 pages. Thick pictorial boards with 12 full color chromolithographed plates including front and back covers, and 8 other illustrations in sepia tone. Children's book consisting of poetry and illustrations about William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) and the American west. McLoughlin Bros publisher was a pioneer in color printing techniques in the late 19th century. Center stapled, some wear on spine edge, small piece missing from back lower corner, otherwise very good condition. Seller Inventory # 000179

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McLoughlin Bros.)

Published by McLoughlin Bros., New York

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., New York. Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. No date [ca. 1880]. Large thin octavo color pictorial paper-covered boards. A remarkable and ingenious toy book. Ten pages of text, the first five of which rhyme. The two-page center plate is a color chromolithograph stage proscenium, complete with an orchestra in the pit and boxes at the sides. Inserted via string ties in the center is a chromolithographed booklet which changes the scenes when its pages are turned. Some are half pages that change characters in the scene, a forerunner of the technique used by Goodall in his toy books. The scenes in the insert show the complete story as described in the text. Spine split with pages nearly loose but holding. Board edges with some wear and a spot on the lower front cover. Contents clean and complete, with the stage scene fine and bright. One of a series of five titles done by McLoughlin in this fashion, and one of their most charming endeavors. Seller Inventory # 3621

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The Ten Little Mulligan Guards.: Harrigan, Edward and

Harrigan, Edward and David Braham. ]

Published by New York: McLoughlin Brothers, [n.d., 1874]. (1874)

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About this Item: New York: McLoughlin Brothers, [n.d., 1874]., 1874. The Mulligan GuardÓ was an 1873 song and comedy sketch with lyrics by the Irish-American actor and songwriter Edward Harrigan (1844-1911) and music by the composer David Braham (1834-1905). Harrigan and the young actor Tony Hart (1855-1891) incorporated songs like ÒThe Mulligan GuardÓ into their Broadway performances like The Mulligan Guard Picnic (1878) and The Mulligan GuardsÕ Ball (1879). The Mulligan Guard plays satirize a neighborhood ÒmilitiaÓ made up of Irish immigrants in the United States and is inspired by the tensions across ethnic and racial lines in Brooklyn, where Harrigan grew up and lived much of his adult life. In their Mulligan shows, Harrigan and Hart often portrayed the Irish and German immigrants who populated Brooklyn and took on the roles of racist caricatures of black people. 10.75 inches by 9 inches. 10] ll. 12 half-page chromolithograph illustrations: 10 printed on the leaves and 2 on the interior of the wrappers. Original stiff paper wrappers printed in color with title and illustration. Spine reinforced with archival tape. A bit of creasing to wrappers and throughout and a bit of light toning, but overall a very good copy of a fragile item. First edition. The Ten Little Mulligan Guards was adapted for children from Harrigan and BrahamÕs ÒThe Mulligan Guard,Ó though OCLC notes that the music in The Ten Little Mulligan Guards is only the chorus of the original song and that the original lyrics have been replaced with new verses for children. The childrenÕs version of ÒThe Mulligan GuardÓ in the present item maintains the premise of a group of Irish-Americans intending to protect their neighborhood and includes a caricature of a black man who marches with the Mulligan Guard The illustrator of The Ten Little Mulligan Guards is not credited in the item nor in its OCLC listing, but the illustrations may have been the work of Edward Cogger. Cogger illustrated dozens of items for the McLoughlin Brothers publishing company between about 1855 and 1900, including the ÒAunt LouisaÓ and ÒUncle NedÓ picture book titles listed on the back of the present item. Seller Inventory # 16817

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Author(s) Unstated

Published by McLoughlin Bros., Manufacturers, New York (1867)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., Manufacturers, New York, 1867. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. First Edition. [34] pages, including sixteen wonderful full-page colour illustrations. 7.5" x 6". Front board illustrated in gold, black and blue. Presents the tales of how King Gobble was ultimately served for dinner, and how Piggy Wiggy pulled over the table. Unmarked. Above-average wear and general soiling. Three leaves loose but present. Binding quite tender and open in places. Possibly missing one or more leaves from back as Piggy Wiggy's story ends with him crushing flowers in the garden whereas the troublesome piglet seemed destined to be cooked! No front free endpaper, presumably as issued. No indication of any earlier printings. Seller Inventory # 219H0327

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The FAT BOY From DICKENS. Illustrated by: Dickens, Charles [1812

Dickens, Charles [1812 - 1870]. Nast, Thomas [1840 - 1902 ] - Illustrator

Published by McLoughlin Bros (n. d.), New York

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros (n. d.), New York. Ca 1873. 10 pages of text, including inner wrappers. 16 wood engravings by Nast, 6 full page, rendered in chromolithography. 8vo. 10-5/8" x 9"-1/8. A childrens book, wonderfully illustrated by Nast, containing anonymous paraphrased verse passages from Dickens' Pickwick Papers. An uncommon item; the Bolton NAST Bibliography does not list this title; not recorded in Gimbel; Engel's PICKWICK Bibliography; the UT VanderPoel Collection; the BL Dickens Supplement; Wilkin's work on American Editions, nor the Osborne collection. Wrappers chipped & soiled, with an 1873 po signature at top of front cover. Spine paper restored. One leaf with long repaired tear. A Good copy of an uncommon Dickens work. Printed stiff-stock yellow paper wrappers, printed in red, green & black via chromolithography. Advert for 'Big Picture Books' & "Standard Folding Board Games" to rear cover. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Seller Inventory # 5491.3

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Various

Published by McLoughlin Bros., NY

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., NY. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. IN FAIR TO GOOD CONDITION. Circa 1878. SCARCE. With 32 New Illustrations, Printed in Colors [highlighted with gum arabic]. Text in double-column format, bound in decorated maroon cloth, with a mounted color illustration from Little Red-Riding Hood, covers have bevelled edges, with a gilt decorated spine, illustrations still bright. Covers show corner wear, wear to upper/lower edges of backstrip, front hinge cracked, with first signature detached, one interior page detached, ownership in pencil on ffp, occasional foxing. Additional pictures upon request. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # 004681

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Hot Cross Buns: Mother Goose)

Mother Goose)

Published by McLoughlin Bros., Inc, Springfield, Mass (1920)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros., Inc, Springfield, Mass, 1920. Hardcover. Condition: Near fine. Only edition. Folio. 16pp. Black cloth spine, pictorial upper board, plain lower board. Six pages printed in vivid chromolithography, the remainder in two colors (goldenrod and blue). Illustrated throughout, with the title page featuring a witch on her broom with her can holding on behind. Upper board shows two rosy-cheeked children, on in beach attire the other as a baker holding a plate of buns. Contains: A was an apple-pie, Girls and boys come out to play, Pat-a-cake, Is John Smith Within, As I was going along, I saw three ships, Three pretty girls, I had a little hobby horse, Little Miss Muffet, The old Woman who lived in a shoe, two riddles, Mistress Mary, If I'd as much money, Jack Sprat's Pig, Birds of a feather, Hot Cross Buns, I had a little dog,m Twelve pairs hanging high, Thirty Days hath September, As I was going to St. Ives, A little boy went into a barn,There was a man and he had naugh, and When V and I together meet. Boards lightly soiled and with traces of wear at the edges, else near fine with the illustration on the upper board bright; interior fine and bright. Rare. One copy only located in OCLC Osborne. Sadly, the talented illustrator is uncredited; and the choice of a witch on her broom instead of Mother Goose on her goose for the title page is different at the very least. We have dated this ca. 1920 as that was the year McLoughlin Bros moved form NY to Springfield (the OCLC records, though, dates this title from the 1890's. ). Seller Inventory # 19471

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Published by McLoughlin Bros (1892)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros, 1892. Soft cover. Condition: Poor. No Jacket. This is one of the original 1892 full size versions. Heavily worn, both covers have come loose, however the pages are still together. Also included at no extra cost is a clean reading copy of the 1980 reprint. Seller Inventory # ABE-1521660730923

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MORE JINGLES, JOKES, AND FUNNY FOLKS: Bingham, Clifton; Wain,

Bingham, Clifton; Wain, Louis

Published by McLoughlin Bros, New York (1910)

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About this Item: McLoughlin Bros, New York, 1910. Condition: Very good plus. Scarce Louis Wain title featuring a variety of cats acting out Bingham's humorous verse. Known as "The Edwardian Cat Artist That Went Mad," Wain was once "the most famous cat artist on earth" (Haining). His work in conceiving an entire Catland inspired the creators of Felix the Cat and even Mickey Mouse; Haining notes that Wain also "played a major part in making the cat the most popular of all domestic pets." The angry reading cat on the cover of this title is worth the price of admission alone. Quarto. Pictorial wraps. Cover art and interior illustrations by Wain. Seller Inventory # 21908

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