100 Things a Girl Can Make: A Bookful of Attractive Hints for Girls of all Ages
Published by W. Foulsham & Co. Limited., 10-11 Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, London circa 1925 edition not stated. Hard back bound in publisher's original quarter blue cloth covers, pictorial colour onlay to upper panel showing two small girls peeping into a shop window. 4to 10" x 7¼" 64 pp. Includes the original four perforated cut-out models still attached, these are two halves of a 'Nursey Lampshade', 'Comic Policeman', and 'Officer of the Guards', simple monochrome illustrations throughout. Former inscription to front end paper dated 1929, tanning to spine, tiny rubs to spine tips and in VG clean and bright condition, no dust wrapper as issued.
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