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1. [Anna Sewell]; illustrated by John R. Neill.  
Black Beauty (Little Lame Prince).

Publisher: Chicago: Reilly & Britton, 1908.
First Edition thus 12mo, about 7 inches tall, in red paper covered boards decorated in gray and black with a circular color pastedown. One of the publisher's "Children's Red Books" series, this being the fourth. The "Little Lame Prince" is not noted on the cover or title page. 58 pages plus 3 pages of publisher ads. Illustrated by 16 full page color plates (8 in each story) by John R. Neill, best known for his work on Baum's Oz books. A relatively cheaply made series so it is unusual to find these in good condition. This one is quite nice with a bit of light edge wear and minor fading to the spine ends. The inside is clean, bright and sound. The scarce dustjacket is quite degraded but the cover isn't bad: chips and pieces missing from the front panel amounting to perhaps 2 square inches; the spine is missing about 2 inches from the bottom; the rear panel is missing a large piece - about 20% of the total; the rear flap is missing entirely. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good in Poor Dustjacket Item number: 11686

Appr.: | AUD 285.71 | CAD 281.69 | EUR 185.19 | GBP 139.86 | JPY 20000 | MXN 3333 | ZAR 3333 |
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2. Alcott, Louisa M.  
Poppies and Wheat.

Publisher: Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1900.
First Edition thus First published in "A Garland For Girls" in 1888, but this is the first separately published edition. BAL 230. Duodecimo, about 7.5 inches tall, in green cloth decorated with poppies in red, dark green and gilt. 54 pages plus 2 pages of ads, 3 illustrations on coated paper. Previous owner Christmas gift note on the front endpaper. Two pairs of facing pages have small areas of soiling. Otherwise, the inside is clean and soundly bound. The covers are bright but modestly edgeworn, and the spine ends have lost surface color. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good Item number: 11004

Appr.: | AUD 178.57 | CAD 176.06 | EUR 115.74 | GBP 87.41 | JPY 12500 | MXN 2083 | ZAR 2083 |
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3. Aldin, Cecil.  
Ratchatcher to Scarlet.

Publisher: London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, No date [1926].
First Edition Quarto, about 10.75 inches tall, in black cloth lettered in red with red and white fox on front cover. 123 pages with 14 full page illustrations that have a splash of red to give interest to the black and white (the red being the fox, the hounds or the hunter's coat), and many smaller drawings. The wonderful illustrator of dogs instructs the young on the process of fox hunting. Interior is clean and sound. The covers are modestly edgeworn and the corners are turned with the upper front showing a noticeable bump. The spine lettering is quite dull but readable. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good Item number: 15156

Appr.: | AUD 142.86 | CAD 140.85 | EUR 92.59 | GBP 69.93 | JPY 10000 | MXN 1667 | ZAR 1667 |
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4. Andersen, Hans Christian; edited by Svend Larsen; translated by R.P. Keigwin.  
Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales [World=Edition Complete].

Publisher: Odense Denmark: Flensted, 1970.
Reprint ISBN: 8770100373 Four volumes, 24mo, about 5.75 inches (15 cm) tall, in bright red leather decorated in gilt. 394, 368, 368 and 397 pages respectively. Illustrated by Vilhelm Pedersen and Lorenz Frolich from the original illustrations in the Andersen Museum. Top edges gilt. A deluxe edition of the complete fairy tales in the original box which is very lightly edgeworn. All volumes unworn and probably unread, in original clear mylar jackets. About as nice a package of the complete fairy tales as you'll see. Hardcover Hardcover Fine in Fine Dustjackets Item number: 18381

Appr.: | AUD 142.86 | CAD 140.85 | EUR 92.59 | GBP 69.93 | JPY 10000 | MXN 1667 | ZAR 1667 |
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5. Anonymous.  
Echoes From Storyland.

Publisher: New York: McLoughlin Brothers, No date (ca. 1890).
No Edition Indicated Beige cloth spine lettered in red on white paper covered boards illustrated by a chromolithograph of a very pretty Little Red Riding Hood front and back. Unpaginated, about 60 pages with 24 color illustrations, mostly full page, and many other black and white drawings, some full page. Beautifully illustrated Victorian children's book with excellent chromolithography typical of the publisher during this period. It contains several classical tales, among them, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Robinson Crusoe, a collection of Nursery Rhymes, and Pauline and the Matches (a gruesome story we've never noted outside of the Slovenly Peter collection). Moderate soiling to the covers; edge wear with corners rounded and worn to the boards. Floral endpapers notably browned, but the text toned only very lightly. A couple of the illustrations are a bit out-of-register. Hardback octavo Hardback octavo Very good Item number: 9791

Appr.: | AUD 71.43 | CAD 70.42 | EUR 46.30 | GBP 34.97 | JPY 5000 | MXN 833 | ZAR 833 |
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6. Anonymous.  
Vain Little Vic and Other Stories.

Publisher: Boston: D. Lothrop & Co., No date (ca. 1885).
No Edition Indicated Squarish octavo in pictorial paper covers boards backed by blue cloth. Unpaginated, about 40 pages, illustrated by Victorian style engravings of children and animals. A nicely illustrated Victorian book for small children with stories that seem, for the most part, to miss making the point that is being advanced. Covers are moderately edgeworn with wear to the boards at tips, and slightly bowed. Gift note inside for Christmas, 1883, in pencil. Hinges intact, but rear hinge starting. Otherwise clean. Hardcover Hardcover Very good - Item number: 9558

Appr.: | AUD 64.29 | CAD 63.38 | EUR 41.67 | GBP 31.47 | JPY 4500 | MXN 750 | ZAR 750 |
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7. Brothers Grimm; illustrated by Voitech Kubasta.  
The Seven Ravens (Japanese language edition)).

Publisher: Prague: Artia, 1967.
No Edition Indicated White cloth spine titled in green and red; pictorial heavy card stock. Original slipcase included. Note an English edition of this was published in 1966 Eight brightly colored double page spreads with pop-ups (three with pulls). All mechanicals operate perfectly. A lesser known Grimm Fairy Tale concerning the disappearance of 7 brothers and the sister's search for them. Titles and captions in Japanese but the the copyright information appearing in the western alphabet on rear cover. A typically nice Kubasta pop-up. Corners a little bumped and turned. The slipcase, constructed with staples, is lightly edge worn but complete and intact. Oblong softcover quarto, about 11 inches wide Oblong softcover quarto, about 11 inches wide Very Good+ in Very Good+ Slipcase Item number: 11041

Appr.: | AUD 357.14 | CAD 352.11 | EUR 231.48 | GBP 174.83 | JPY 25000 | MXN 4167 | ZAR 4167 |
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8. Brown, Margaret Wise; illustrated by Jean Charlot.  
Two Little Trains.

Publisher: New York: William R. Scott, Inc., 1949.
First Edition Small squarish quarto, about 9.75 inches tall, in predominantly pink and blue paper covered boards. Unpaginated but about 30 pages illustrated by double page illustrations, six of them in color, and another single page in color, color illustrated endpapers. An inspired pairing of illustrator and author produced a delightful children's picture book. This edition is scarce. The later Harper edition did not have the Charlot illustrations. Clean, bright and soundly bound inside. The covers have light extremity wear and minimal soiling. Lacking dustjacket. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good+ Item number: 19871

Appr.: | AUD 607.14 | CAD 598.59 | EUR 393.52 | GBP 297.20 | JPY 42500 | MXN 7083 | ZAR 7083 |
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9. Burgess, Gilett.  
Goops and How To Be Them: A Manual of Manners for Polite Infants Inculcating Many Juvenile Virtues Both by Precept and Example.

Publisher: Philadelphia: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1900.
Later printing Hardback quarto (about 10 inches tall) in pumpkin cloth decorated in black and yellow. Unpaginated (about 125 pages) illustrated by line drawings. The first in a very popular and funny series of books on infants -- table manners, cleanliness, manners, etc. A 27th printing, likely dating from perhaps 1905. Some light soiling inside with light edge and extremity wear to the covers. The rear free endpaper foredge is soiled, chipped and frayed by virtue of being separated from the last leaf, a flaw that has been professionally repaired. Hardcover Hardcover Very good Item number: 7125

Appr.: | AUD 171.43 | CAD 169.01 | EUR 111.11 | GBP 83.92 | JPY 12000 | MXN 2000 | ZAR 2000 |
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10. Burgess, Thornton (illustrated by Harrison Cady).  
Tommy and the Wishing Stone.

Publisher: New York: Century, 1915.
First Edition Hardback 12 mo (about six inches tall) in pictorial yellowish cloth decorated in red and green. 290 pages with 48 illustrations on glossy paper by Harrison Cady. Not in the Dowhan bibliography which notes only the 1921 Little Brown edition. Nice copy with a sound binding, unmarked inside but for a previous owner name in pencil on the front endpaper and a bit of light soiling here and there. The covers have some light edge wear, but the bottom edge of the back cover is more seriously worn to the boards for about an inch and a half, and may have been nibbled. The spine is moderately darkened making it difficult to read the spine title. Still an attractive copy with all of these problems together having little impact on the overall look. A scarce and early item in this author's large and popular list of titles. Hardcover Hardcover Very good- Item number: 7122

Appr.: | AUD 321.43 | CAD 316.90 | EUR 208.33 | GBP 157.34 | JPY 22500 | MXN 3750 | ZAR 3750 |
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11. Burgess, Thornton; illustrated by Harrison Cady.  
Little Animal Books.

Publisher: New York: John Eggers, 1917.
First Edition Eight softcover miniatures, about 2.75 inches tall, in a box. Picture and text on front of box, but the box cover has moderate loss of surface material so the title is not readable. The box is otherwise sound and complete. Each book has 12 pages including the covers and all are clean and sound. Softcover Softcover Near Fine in Good Box Item number: 17401

Appr.: | AUD 321.43 | CAD 316.90 | EUR 208.33 | GBP 157.34 | JPY 22500 | MXN 3750 | ZAR 3750 |
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12. Crane, Walter.  
Flora's Feast: A Masque of Flowers.

Publisher: London: Cassell and Company Ltd, 1889.
First Edition Small quarto, about 10 inches tall, in blue cloth spine with white paper covered boards decorated in blue, red and brown. An excellent copy of the book which presents flowers in human form. A naturalistic art nouveau effort with each page picturing a different flower and a short verse about it. Inside is clean, bright and sound. The covers are a bit darkened at the edges, corners lightly bumped and rounded, minor wear to spine ends. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good Item number: 12170

Appr.: | AUD 500.00 | CAD 492.96 | EUR 324.07 | GBP 244.76 | JPY 35000 | MXN 5833 | ZAR 5833 |
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13. Driggs, Howard R.; illustrated by Herman Palmer.  
Jacko and the Dingo Boy.

Publisher: Lincoln NE: University Publishing, 1924.
First Edition Small octavo, about 7.75 inches tall, in blue cloth decorated in yellow, light blue and brown. 109 pages plus two pages of publisher ads. Illustrated in color. An obvious attempt to capitalize on the popularity of Little Black Sambo, but with none of its charm. Tales of a mischievous African boy and his pet monkey. Heavy-handed, and of course misplaced, dialect of southern African Americans. Still, an artifact in nice condition. Previous owner bookplate, with name portion removed, on front pastedown; gift note on front free endpaper; modest wear to the extremities and a little fraying at the head of the spine. Binding sound. Cover illustration bright. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good Item number: 17534

Appr.: | AUD 142.86 | CAD 140.85 | EUR 92.59 | GBP 69.93 | JPY 10000 | MXN 1667 | ZAR 1667 |
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14. Dulac, Edmund (illustrator).  
Sindbad the Sailor & Other Stories from the Arabian Nights.

Publisher: London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914 .
First Edition thus Quarto in light brown cloth elaborately decorated in gilt and blue. 221 [223] pages illustrated by 23 tipped in color plates (including the frontispiece), protected by relatively heavy captioned tissue guards. The date does not appear in the book, but this date has been well established. Hughes, 35a. This was sold in a publisher's box, not present with this copy. A beautiful production with the best of Dulac's "oriental" influenced illustration. The binding is sound with the floral endpapers fully intact. The interior is clean and unmarked except for a gift note (Christmas 1914) on the recto of the frontis mounting and a blind embossed "Presentation Copy" on the title page. One page with a minor dog-ear. The covers are unusually bright although the lower front tip is barely worn to the board, and there area couple of minor tears to the cloth at the head of the spine. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good Item number: 12152

Appr.: | AUD 1,785.71 | CAD 1,760.56 | EUR 1,157.41 | GBP 874.13 | JPY 125000 | MXN 20833 | ZAR 20833 |
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15. Edmondson, Norah Mary; foreword by Beatrix Potter; illustrated by Charles T. Howard.  
The Lavender Garden.

Publisher: London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1929.
First Edition Octavo, about 8 inches tall, in lavender cloth decorated in green, gilt and purple. Top edge gilt. 158 pages illustrated with 4 color plates, color illustrated endpapers, 18 drawings in the text. The Potter foreword discusses the existence of fairies within protected lavender gardens. A nice copy in dustjacket. The book covers are bright and clean with barely a hint of extremity wear. Pages 4-9 are heavily stained as though they received a nasty spill, but there is no evidence of moisture exposure, and the bordering pages show no such staining. The book is otherwise clean; the binding sound. The jacket is complete with light edge wear and moderately darkened with a couple of spots of soiling. The surface of the front panel appears to have abrasions so that the darkened surface is chipped away, but this does not affect the cover illustration. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good in Very Good Dustjacket Item number: 13614

Appr.: | AUD 214.29 | CAD 211.27 | EUR 138.89 | GBP 104.90 | JPY 15000 | MXN 2500 | ZAR 2500 |
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16. Evans, C.S. (told by); illustrated by Arthur Rackham.  
The Sleeping Beauty.

Publisher: London: William Heinemann, 1920.
First Edition thus Octavo, about 10 inches tall, in pink cloth spine decorated in black with illustrated paper covered boards. 110 pages illustrated in silhouette with one tipped in color plate. Frontis and three double page illustrations on coated paper in silhouette with green and pink in addition to the black and white. Very light shelf wear to the bottom edges and tips. Bookstore tag on front endpaper. There is minor bowing to the covers due to our dry climate, but that would probably disappear with normal humidity. The uncommon dustjacket is complete but for minuscule loss of material at the tips. The spine is slightly darkened and there is a very light scratch on the front panel Hardcover Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good+ Dustjacket Item number: 13368

Appr.: | AUD 850.00 | CAD 838.03 | EUR 550.93 | GBP 416.08 | JPY 59500 | MXN 9917 | ZAR 9917 |
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17. Francis, J.G.; Palmer Cox, et al., illustrators.  
Funny Stories About Funny People in Rhymes, Pictures and Jingles.

Publisher: Philadelphia: National Publishing Co., (1905) .
No Edition Indicated Grayish blue cloth with cover pictorially decorated in red, yellow and black bordered by yellow rule lined in black, showing a mouse and a frog. 150 duotone illustrations, either brown, red or blue with white. 48 numbered pages followed by the same number unpaginated. Animal Stories in both verse and prose, unattributed, with illustrations by some major figures of the era. Light edge wear, very light soiling except for a black abrasion on the back cover. Inside is clean but for a gift note, dated 1908, on the verso of the front free endpaper. Binding is sound but with a little play at the hinges. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good Item number: 9774

Appr.: | AUD 171.43 | CAD 169.01 | EUR 111.11 | GBP 83.92 | JPY 12000 | MXN 2000 | ZAR 2000 |
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18. Francoise.  
La Plus Vieille Histoire du Monde.

Publisher: Paris: Le Jardin de Modes (Paul Dumas), No date (ca. 1930).
No Edition Indicated String bound book of 15 linen leaves with scalloped edges illustrated in color by Paul Dumas. The story of the first chapter of Genesis, in French, illustrated in a child-like style in shades of red, blue, green, yellow. The covers are somewhat dulled and soiled, and the spine strip is not present although the sewing is intact. There is a light stain (probably coffee) at and around foredge more or less throughout the book. Still a very presentable copy. Squarish octavo Squarish octavo Good Item number: 9825

Appr.: | AUD 214.29 | CAD 211.27 | EUR 138.89 | GBP 104.90 | JPY 15000 | MXN 2500 | ZAR 2500 |
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19. Gaze, Harold.  
Coppertop: The Queer Adventures of a Quaint Child (Copper Top).

Publisher: New York: Harper & Brothers, 1924.
First U.S. Edition Large octavo, about 9.25 inches (24 cm) tall, in blue cloth decorated in gilt. 338 pages with 11 color plates and many black and white drawings by the author. First published in Australia, this is the first U.S. edition, publisher code B-Y. Note that the title is sometimes divided (on the cover), sometimes a single word (the running head on all versos), and unclear (the title page). In any event, a lovely children's fantasy. Endpapers a little toned, but the inside is otherwise clean and sound. The covers are clean but lightly edgeworn. The spine ends light wear and there are a pair of tiny but prominent holes in the middle of the spine. The spine is also mildly dulled. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good Item number: 17505

Appr.: | AUD 214.29 | CAD 211.27 | EUR 138.89 | GBP 104.90 | JPY 15000 | MXN 2500 | ZAR 2500 |
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20. Gift, Theo; illustrated by Edith Stanley Berkeley; edited by Geo. C. Haite.  
Lasses and Lads.

Publisher: Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1888.
No Edition Indicated Stiff green illustrated card covers about 7.5 inches tall with string tied binding. Unpaginated, about 30 pages. All edges gilt, color illustration on cover but duotone (green and white) inside. A survivor for sure, this being a rather cheaply made pamphlet size childrens' book with a string binding The epitome of Victorian sentimentality, and almost certainly first published in England. Very cute. Extremities are modestly worn with some rounding of the spine ends and wear to the spine. A gift note on the first leaf (not properly termed an endpaper in this kind of binding) dated Valentine's Day 1889. Otherwise, a very nice, soundly bound, clean copy. Wraps Wraps Very good+ Item number: 9794

Appr.: | AUD 171.43 | CAD 169.01 | EUR 111.11 | GBP 83.92 | JPY 12000 | MXN 2000 | ZAR 2000 |
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21. Grahame, Kenneth; illustrated by Maxfield Parrish.  
Dream Days [Association].

Publisher: London and New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1902.
First Edition thus Green cloth decorated in dark green, black, gilt and a touch of red, showing a castle above a river. Decorated endpapers, top edge gilt with others untrimmed. Illustrations by Maxfield Parrish, 8 full page black and white plates with tissue guards, illustrated title and endpapers, and frontis illustration (a different version of one of the other illustrations). This format is identical to another Parrish illustrated Grahame book, "The Golden Age". ASSOCIATION: This book has a caligraphic plate tipped on the first blank which reads, in full: "This book is the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Foulkers Edwards to the Mary Harbage Chidren's Literature Room at Wright State University. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards live in Hampshire England. She is the daughter of Arthur Rackham whose books are the heart of the Mary Harbage Collection." Note that Wright State is in Dayton Ohio (named after the Wright Brothers). Note also that Rackham's last book illustrations were for Grahame's "Wind in the Willows" in 1940. While this book has a library connection, there are no library marks. There is a previous owner bookplate on the front endpaper. Binding is sound but the front endpaper is beginning to crack. The cover illustration is bright and very attractive. The covers have light edge wear and the wear to the spine ends has caused minimal loss of surface color. Hardback octavo Hardback octavo Very good Item number: 9948

Appr.: | AUD 571.43 | CAD 563.38 | EUR 370.37 | GBP 279.72 | JPY 40000 | MXN 6667 | ZAR 6667 |
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22. Greenaway, Kate; music by Myles B. Foster.  
A Day in a Child's Life.

Publisher: London: George Routledge & Sons, No date [1881].
First Edition Small hardcover quarto. Green cloth spine with light green paper covered beveled boards. 29 [30] pages illustrated in color. A collection of songs with delightful illustrations on every page. Schuster & Engen, 66. This copy differs with their first state in the following ways: this copy has beveled boards, called for in a later state but not the first; this copy has off white endpapers, not light green as called for in the first state; this copy notes the publisher's London address on the title page while this is not noted in Schuster. However, Thomson, 31a, does include the publisher's address and beveled boards in the first state. So, this copy's is variant only with respect to the color of the endpapers (green in all four states noted by Thomson). ". it was in this book that Kate Greenaway first showed her full power as a painter of flowers." Osborne, p. 63. All edges green and sunflower decorated boards with ruled borders as called for in first state making this clearly earlier than the fourth state noted by Schuster. A remarkably well preserved copy with covers lightly worn at extremities, and inside edges of the pastedowns just a little faded. Interior clean, binding completely sound, text just slightly toned. Very nice. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good+ Item number: 9770

Appr.: | AUD 321.43 | CAD 316.90 | EUR 208.33 | GBP 157.34 | JPY 22500 | MXN 3750 | ZAR 3750 |
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23. Hader, Berta; Elmer Hader.  
Under the Pig-Nut Tree: Summer.

Publisher: New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1931.
First Edition Hardback 12mo, about 7 inches tall, in yellow paper covered boards illustrated in black, white and shades of green and red. 63 (1) pages with illustrations in green and black or red and black. A very interesting early effort by this husband and wife team that won a Caldecott in 1949. A black elf is shown the ways of the insects by a catapillar. Note that the Hader's published another book in 1930 entitled just "Under the Pig-Nut Tree" (that is, sans "Summer"). This copy is clean, bright and sound with light wear to the extremities and very minor soiling to the covers. Hardcover Hardcover Very good+ Item number: 8591

Appr.: | AUD 321.43 | CAD 316.90 | EUR 208.33 | GBP 157.34 | JPY 22500 | MXN 3750 | ZAR 3750 |
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24. Harris, Joel Chandler.  
The Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann.

Publisher: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1899.
First edition Very nice copy. Light brown cloth decorated in black and red. Light extremity wear; very light spine darkening with barely discernible remains of a white number. This was not a lending library copy, but rather a private owner had placed a catalog number on the spine. Owner name stamped on both pastedowns, and gift inscription dated 1899 on both free endpapers (strangely, two owners double marked the book, and the later stamp is also on an interior page). Interior clean and soundly bound with just the slightest toning to text. Thirty-two illustrations on glossy paper by A.B. Frost. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed; therefore BAL 7143, state B. Very good Item number: 5127

Appr.: | AUD 257.14 | CAD 253.52 | EUR 166.67 | GBP 125.87 | JPY 18000 | MXN 3000 | ZAR 3000 |
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25. Harris, Joel Chandler.  
Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings: The Folk-Lore of the Old Plantation.

Publisher: New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1881.
First Edition, Third State Small octavo in green cloth decorated in black and gilt. 231 pages illustrated by drawings by Frederick S. Church and James H. Moser. 8 pages of ads including review blurbs for this book, thus the 3rd state, along with the correction to "presumptuous" on p. 9. See BAL 7100 which suggests that "state" in this context probably means "printing". This copy has the pink butterfly endpapers. A remarkably nice copy with the smoking Brer Rabbit bright and unrubbed. The tips and spine ends show minor wear, the lower front tip with board just exposed. Previous owner name on first blank ("Ambia C. Harris, 1882"). Hardcover Hardcover Very Good+ Item number: 12069

Appr.: | AUD 1,428.57 | CAD 1,408.45 | EUR 925.93 | GBP 699.30 | JPY 100000 | MXN 16667 | ZAR 16667 |
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