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THE FAIRY TALES OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM
Written by Brothers Grimm; Noel Daniel. Illustrated by Walter Crane; Kay Nielsen; Jessie Willcox Smith; George Cruikshank; et al..
Stock no. 2140749
Published by Taschen. 2011. Very good condition.
In honor of the 200th anniversery of Grimms' fairy tales, this book brings to life their timeless magic in an all new translation alongside art by some of the most treasured children's illustrators from the 1820s to the 1950s. Purple cloth, gilt titles and colour pictorial onlay to front and rear board. Colour & b/w illustrations throughout. Two ribbon page markers. ISBN: 9783836526722. A few marks/spots to covers. Finger marks to metallic gold pages to prelims. Illustrations are lovely and bright.
Brown cloth spine, gilt title. Light brown pictorial paper boards. B/w illustrations. Slip case is a little better than very good - has a few marks.
CRUIKSHANK'S WATER COLOURS
Written by Joseph Grego; Charles Dickens; William Harrison Ainsworth; W.H. Maxwell. Illustrated by George Cruikshank.
Stock no. 2137011
Published by A. & C. Black. 1st 1903. Good condition.
Brown cloth with gilt titles; some decorations to covers; top edge gilt. 68 colour plates over the 3 titles included in this book: Oliver Twist by Dickens; The Miser's Daughter by Ainsworth and History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798 and Emmett's Insurrection in 1803 by Maxwell. Covers are badly damp stained; a little to some page margins. Some grubby margin marks. All plates present. Pages 311-314 are edge-browned with some chipping to margins with a little loss. Light foxing. Contents are generally very good.
New binding of Brown cloth spine, green boards; white paper title to spine. A Selection of the Most Humourous and Entertaining Reports Which Have Appeared in the Morning Herald. B/w illustrations. Some fading and wear to new spine. New endpapers. Rest of pages have uncut edges; foxing to varying degrees throughout.
Modern binding. Dark green leather spine with raised bands and burgundy title label with gilt title. Marbled paper boards. 14 b/w tissue-guarded illustrations. Light rubbing to board corners. New endpapers. Scattered foxing throughout. Grubby marks throughout.
No. 4 Thomas's Burlesque Drama. Altered from Henry Fielding by Kane O'Harra. Paperwraps bound in three-quarter calf leather with gilt title to spine and marbled paper boards. B/w illustrations. 34 pages plus 2 page publisher adverts and several blank pages to rear. Marbled endpapers. Spine browned, leather edges rubbed. Heavy foxing to prelims and blank pages to rear. A few grubby marks to contents.
AUNT JUDY'S CHRISTMAS VOLUME FOR 1870
Written by Mrs. Alfred Gatty. Illustrated by George Cruikshank; F.W. Keyl; A.W. Bayes; F. Gilbert; A.W. Cooper; H. Paterson; et al..
Stock no. 1503075
Published by Bell and Daldy. 1870. Slightly better than good condition.
For Young People edited by Mrs. Gatty. Maroon three quarter leather binding with marbled boards and text block. Raised bands to spine with gilt titles, lines and decoration. Peach endpapers. B/w illustrations. 760 pages. Wear to spine edges and other leather areas. Spine faded. Corners and cover edges bumped and worn. Marbling scuffed. Both joints cracked but still firm. Marks to pastedowns corresponding with leather. Name to front endpaper, erased pencil writing to title page. Frontis MISSING. A couple of pages have margin tears, some have been repaired with clear tape. Contents generally clean.
A Provincial Ballad. Beautiful colour text illustrations throughout. Illustrated boards. Cloth spine. All edges blue. Cr 4to. Spine, corners and covers very worn and grubby. Ink name to front cover. Joints and some hinges cracked. Two gatherings, pages 17 to 32, detached but present. Next gathering almost detached as is rear endpaper. Numerous marks to contents but all still perfectly readable. A reading copy.
Art catalogue covering the period from the French Revolution. Large format. Pictorial card wraps. Colour & b/w illustrations. ISBN: 9781905738618.
Pink cloth with elaborate gilt decorations. B/w frontis by Cruikshank. Believed to be the last book illustrated by him. The Rose And The Lily, How They Became the Emblems of England and France. A Fairy Tale. 62 pages + 36 page booklist dated October 1876. Top of spine chipped with loss. Spine browned and bumped and base. Small mark to front cover. Some page edges ragged from uneven opening.
Oblong format, green cloth with gilt title to front. Colour illustrations and etchings. 24 colour plates. A further 12 plates were published in the 1835 edition. Spine and corners bumped. Top and tail of spine frayed. Front joint broken. Rear joint strengthened with tape. 1st title page and 1 plate strengthened to edges with yellowing tape. Occasional grubby marks to page edges. A few page edges chipped. First title page lightly creased.
A Provincial Ballad. Beautiful colour text illustrations throughout. Illustrated boards. Cloth spine. All edges blue. Cr 4to. Corners worn with slight loss of surface paper. Cover grubby. A few small rusty marks to spine. A few hinges cracked with rusty staple marks. Some pages have grubby fingermarks to margins but generally contents are clean but a little loose.