First Edition; First Printing. Name stamped on title page; 0. Seller Inventory More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Illustrated illustrator. First Edition. Pages generally clean and bright for age, slight tanning to edges, slight grubby marks, small stains, small tears.
Some corners stubbed, curled, turned. Property Room stamp to front inside cover and first page. Page ends tanned, grubby. Covers, illustrated card, generally clean and bright, slight grubby marks, slight tanning to rear. Corners, and edges bumped, rubbed, worn. Staples rusted. Overall, good clean bright reading copy of a rare children's book from a bygone age.
Seller Inventory T More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. Decorative Boards. Condition: Good. Gift message on half-title page dated Boards are a little worn with a triangular piece of the surface missing from the bottom front corner and some surface discolouration to the rear cover. Corners rubbed and a little frayed. The hinges are quite slack although the binding seems to be reasonably secure.
Pages a little browned but otherwise unmarked. Illustrated throughout in black and white. No jacket. Believed to be a first printing. More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. Published by Warne, UK About this Item: Warne, UK, Condition: Very Good. Date an estimate. Owner's presentation insciption on front pastedown. No end papers - as called for we believe. First few pages at each end held in with a strip of clear tape at the spine.
A firm copy in nice condition. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4.
From: Roger Middleton P. Oxford, United Kingdom. Spine expertly repaired, restitched, top corner of upper cover slightly scuffed, margins slightly fingermarked, occasional slight foxing. Contents nice. A very good copy. Osborne I, Mrs Valentine was the general editor of Warne's publishing house and possibly wrote most of the verses for the Aunt Louisa series of books. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Boards a bit rubbed, lightly soiled and marked, corners worn and rounded, small chip to surface and small red stain to lower cover, small light stain to upper cover at lower edge, spine slightly worn at head and tail with tiny nicks to cloth, neat inscription on front endpaper, contents otherwise bright and clean.
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Aunt Louisa s coloured gift books. With 18 full page lithographs from original designs printed in colours by Kronheim.
Star book Color cover. Will look up particular craft. Gift quality condition. Need to send a gift? We offer free domestic drop delivery, free gift wrapping and card for almost any occasion. Just let us know the occasion and your message. Seneca Valley Books Professional seller. Catalogue: Hobbies. Amsterdam, Jan Leendertz ill 2e dr. Antiquariaat Klikspaan Professional seller. Catalogue: Kinder- en jeugdboeken. Glasgow, William Maclellan. French Card Wrappers. Book, 40pp. Excellent copy. The Poetry Bookshop Professional seller.
London, Darton, Harvey and Darton. Book, Adressed to her nephews. A charming little work, in a fine condition. Quist - Antiquaar Professional seller. Catalogue: Juvenalia. James Miller, New York, Fair, Hardcover, Faded maroon cloth. Gilt title and decoration on spine. Text is bright. Front flyleaf removed. Rear inside hinge cracked. Small water spots on cover. Scattered light marginal stains, not affecting text. Out-of-print and antiquarian booksellers since LincBook Professional seller. Inscription from Aunt on ft endpaper, tanning.
Stories include on of a small child asking for white flowers for her twin dead brothers. Crabtree's Collection Old Books Professional seller. Catalogue: Religious. New York: Allen Briothers, Illustrated frontispiece and title page. Original cloth. New York, McLoughlin Bros. Unpaginated 8 pages. No date circa Pictorial wraps, linen spine.
Chipping, soiling and dampstaining, but text and illustrations are complete with exception of one letter missing from rear cover publisher's ad. Faint pencil inscription in margin of first page. Old Bookshelf Professional seller. Kellogg page images at HathiTrust A treasury of verse for little children. Crowell,  , by Madalen G. New York, The authors' publishing company, , by Lucy S. Ruggles page images at HathiTrust Lullabies and slumber songs: Selected by the author of the "Theory of teaching" and "Edward's first lessons in grammar. New York, James T. Selected by Kenneth Grahame and illustrated by Charles Robinson.
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