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A Tale of Fairy Land. Superb colour illustrations of fairies by Richard Doyle as well as sepia drawings. These pictures were originally published in 1869 and Lang admired them so much that he wrote this story to fit around the illustrations. Burgundy cloth spine, brown pictorial boards. B/w illustrated endpapers. Printed in colour by Edmund Evans. 56 pages. Binding is weak, hinges are cracked; front hinge is partially broken. Scuffing and other marks to covers; some chipping and loss at edges of covers. Staples rusted. front endpaper is partially stuck next to spine to front pastedown. Some foxing and page markings. Illustrations are still lovely and bright.
RICHARD DOYLE'S JOURNAL 1840
Written by Richard Doyle; Christopher Wheeler. Illustrated by Richard Doyle.
Stock no. 1506855
Published by John Bartholomew & Son Limited. 1st 1980. Slightly better than very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Reproduction of the journal kept by Doyle throughout 1840. Large format. Brown boards, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations. Hand-written text. ISBN: 0702882801. Spine lightly bumped. Odd fox spot to text block. Dustwrapper is unevenly browned and faded, laminate cracking in folds, brown mark to front panel.
"A New Collection of Popular Tales" translated from the German by Taylor. 3/4 leather binding with gilt title and decoration to spine. Blue cloth to covers. B/w plates. Spine is rubbed and slightly darkened. Corners are slightly worn. There are a few light marks to the front cover. Both joints are cracked but not broken. Most of the tissue-guards to the plates have been removed. I think there may be an illustration to the prelims missing. Plate to page 200 has been repaired (was in two pieces has been laid down on a white piece of paper) and the last plate has lower corner torn off (actual illustration not affected). There is foxing and fingermarks to the contents. A decent copy overall of this very rare Brothers Grimm item.
'Or the long vacation ramble of a London clerk'. By the author of 'Tom Brown's school days'. Blue cloth with gilt decorations and gilt title. B/w text illustrations. 228 pages plus booklist to rear. 7 x 5.5". Spine and corners bumped and slightly rubbed. Name in ink to front endpaper. Light dampstaining to lower edges of endpapers. Joints very slightly cracked. Some light foxing. A nice copy.
First edition. 2 Volumes. Pages: viii, 380; viii, 375. Contemporary three-quarter brown leather binding, marbled boards and edges; raised bands, blind-tooling and gilt-lettered black morocco labels on spine. With Illustrations on steel and wood by Richard Doyle. Book: book plate to front endpaper. Corners worn. Some foxing throughout. Vol II has one 4-page gathering detached. Vol I has one page detached.
DOCTOR BIRCH, THE KICKLEBURYS ON THE RHINE & REBECCA AND ROWENA
Written by M.A. Titmarsh. Illustrated by Richard Doyle; et al..
Stock no. 735519
Published by Chapman & Hall; Smith, Elder & Co.. 1st 1849. Very good condition.
3 volumes bound together. Attractive three-quarter burgundy leather binding with gilt title and marbled boards. Marbled endpapers. Doctor Birch and The Kickleburys are illustrated with full-page colour illustrations and Rebecca and Rowena is illustrated by full-page b/w illustrations by Doyle. Slight rubbing to cover edges. Front joint is just starting to crack. Light foxing to contents. First editions published in 1849 and 1850. An attractive volume.