Philadelphia: Porter & Coates. 16 exquisite color plates on stiff paper printed on one side only by Jeanette Ralson Chase. One plate slightly soiled. Slim 4to, bright green cloth, elaborately gilt front cover, blind stamped back cover, beveled edges (extremities rubbed). Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, (1870). A very good(+) copy.
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New York: Schirmer, 1917. Color frontispiece, numerous color plates & black & white illustrations by Graham Robertson, 171pp., slim 4to, red cloth- backed pictorial boards; (corners bumped). New York: Schirmer, (1917). First Edition. Very good (+). Music for children based on dancing, singing and games.
Philadelphia: Benjamin Warner, 1821. Illustrated with 8 Delightful Copperplate engravings. 16 pages. Very slim square. 16mo, original plain peach stiff wrappers; protected in a full blue morocco 2-part slipcase. Philadelphia: Benjamin Warner, 1821. First edition. Text pages are somewhat browned as usual, still a choice copy of this rare American edition. First and last plates pasted down into the covers, as in the Rosenbach copy (616).
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1925. Drawings Albert Rutherston. Color frontis plus three full page color plates. 65pp., green pictorial cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper edge worn and heavily soiled, edges of cloth slightly faded. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, (1925). A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper.
New York: Century, 1897. Many charming black & white illustrations throughout the text. 4to, pale green glazed pictorial boards, corners and spine rubbed, some surface soiling on binding and on the margins of 2 pages. New York: Century, (1897). First Edition. Second issue with the de Vinne Press imprint on the copyright page.