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Boston: Lothrop Lee & Shepard, 1902. Illustrated by the author. 8vo, pictorial red cloth, d.w. Boston: Lothrop Lee & Shepard, (1902). Later edition of this first book in a series. An unusually nice copy, with just a hint of stain on the back cover, in the original frail dust wrapper which has a tear & some chips but is clean & in one piece.
London: Geoorge Harrap, 1934. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. 4 color plates, 14 drawings in black & white, tan & white pictorial endpapers. Thin 8vo, full limp vellum, stamped in gilt. Original board slipcase (rubbed). London: George Harrap, (1934). First Edition. A fine copy. Limited edition. One of only 410 signed copies.
New York: Art Lithographic Publishing, 1890. Pictorial chromo-lithograph title page and other similar colored illustrations including 3 full-page; 12 tinted text illustrations, by Arthur C, Payne and Harry Payne. Thin small 4to, unpaginated, gray-blue cloth pictorially stamped in gilt; light shelf-wear & soiling; rubbed corners. New York & London: Artistic Lithographic Company, (no date, circa 1890). Designed in England, printed in Munich, the plates are in near fine condition, as is not usually the case, as pages often tend to.....
New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1985. Color illustrations by Richard Egielski. Thin square 8vo, cloth, d.w. New York: Farrar, Straus, (1985). First Edition. Fine. One of Gelett Burgess's less familiar works, first published in 1899, newly illustrated, with a presentation, including an ink sketch by Egielski.
New York: United Art Publ Co., 1915. Illustrations by Harrison Cady. including 12 paste-on stamps in an unopened glassine envelope. 32mo, pictorial boards with large pictorial paste-on. (New York: United Art Publ. Co., 1915). First Edition. Containing an introduction by Burgess and 12 one-page stories. Opposite each story is a border in the center of which the reader can affix the corresponding stamp. In the series "Stampkraft Library". Rare, especially in this condition.
New York: Valentin, 1944. A collection of 83 classic nursery rhymes, along with 85 whimsical drawings by Alexander Calder. xxii, 130, pp. Short folio, cloth-backed pictorial boards, d.w (quite torn and un-professionally repaired); uncut edges. New York: Curt Valentin, 1944. Limited first edition, signed. Printed by S. A. Jacobs at the Golden Eagle Press. Corners slightly bumped, otherwise a near fine in a good dust wrapper. From a total printing of 700, this is number 22 of only 60 copies.....