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H.B. AND H.T.B.
The Modern Traveller. Verses by H.B. (Hilaire Belloc)
London. Edward Arnold. 1898. First Edition. Illustrated by Lord Blackwood. With Carolyn Wells' book plate. She was a collector of the works of Whitman and a protege of A.E. Newton VG- in beige paper-covered boards with linen spine. Colorful drawing on front boards which are lightly stained and rubbed. Rear panel has a narrow 1.5" gash at the middle of the right edge.
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Book number: 2829
USD 150.00 [Appr.: EURO 129 | £UK 115 | JP 16918]
Keywords: Children's Literature

 
ALLEN, ALICE E.
Marjory's Discovery. How the Rosemary Twins Guarded the Pearl Necklaces.
Boston. L.C. Page & Company. MDCCCCXXIII (1923) First Edition with Stated: "First Impression, July, 1923" on the copyright page. With 7 full-page black and white illustrations by Elizabeth R. Withington. Part of "The Marjory-Joe Series" and quite scarce in the original dustjacket. NF/NF in finely woven reddish cloth stamped brightly in black with a drawing of three girls on the front boards. Clean, tight, and virtually unread. A splendid copy in a superb pictorial dustjacket printed with scenes from the novel on the front and rear panels. Very colorful spine with cameos of Marjory and Joe against a white and black checkered background. A delightful, collectible copy with just a touch of wear to the top and bottom of the jacket spine ends and the corners.
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Book number: 4156
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 86 | £UK 76.75 | JP 11279]

 
ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN.
Favourite Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales.
NY. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. 1981. First Edition. Color illustrations by Michael Hague. Signed boldly yet delicately by Michael Hague and dated 1982 on the title page. NF/NF in woven blue cloth stamped in silver; in a lovely pictorial d/w.
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Book number: 1868
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 86 | £UK 76.75 | JP 11279]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
AYMŽ, MARCEL. (PICTURES BY MAURICE SENDAK.)
The Magic Pictures: More about the Wonderful Farm.
NY: Harper & Brothers. 1954 First Edition. VG+/VG, clean p/cd/w with wear to the extremities, light chipping to the top and bottom of spine.Great photos of AymŽ and a dashing, youthful Sendak.
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Book number: 1190
USD 300.00 [Appr.: EURO 257.75 | £UK 229.75 | JP 33836]
Keywords: Children's Literature

 
BAGNOLD, ENID.
National Velvet.
William Morrow & Co. NY. 1935. First Edition. With drawings by Laurian Jones. VG+/VG- in black and red cloth in an edge-rubbed and chipped d/w missing small chips at the top and bottom of the spien.
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Book number: 1765
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 86 | £UK 76.75 | JP 11279]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BARRIE, J.M. (HUGH THOMSON.)
The Admirable Crichton.
Lon: Hodder & Stoughton. ND Later Printing. With 20 splendid, tipped-in color plates, mounted on heavy stock by Hugh Thomson. Also with numerous sketches and vignettes in ink. VG+ in a red woven cloth binding with elaborate gilt designs and lettering on front boards. Very handsomely done.
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Book number: 1182
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 214.75 | £UK 191.5 | JP 28197]
Keywords: Children's Literature

 
BARRIE, J.M.
Peter Pan.
NY. Henry Holt & Co. 1987. First Edition. Color illustrations by Michael Hague. Signed on the title page with a lovely original drawing of Wendy flying above the clouds toward the Man in the Moon. Signed "To Mary" and dated by Michael Hague. F/F in maroon cloth spine and light yellow paper-covered bpards; in crisp, clean, as new d/w.
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Book number: 1863
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 214.75 | £UK 191.5 | JP 28197]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BARTLETT, MARY C.
Little Figures.
Boston. Lockwood, Brooks & Company. 1878. First Edition with matching dates of 1878. VG+ in very clean and bright green cloth stamped brightly in gilt and black on the front boards and the spine. The front boards depict a gilded child sitting on a rock with the sea and distant ship as a backdrop. Lovely decorated cloth. Very clean and tight.
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Book number: 3658
USD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 43 | £UK 38.5 | JP 5639]

 
BAUM, L. FRANK. (WITH 16 SPLENDID COLOR PLATES WITH THE METALLIC GREEN PAINT ACCENTS.)
The Emerald City of OZ.
Chicago. Reilly & Britton Co. 1910. First Edition. Illustrated by John R. Neill. With 5 books by L.Frank Baum illustrated by John R. Neill listed on the verso of the ownership plate (*e.g., "This Book Belongs to..." The Titles are: The Road to OZ, the Land of OZ, Ozma, Dorothy & the Wizard, and John Dough and the Cherub." Attractive endpapers featuring the head of an adorable Dorothy wearing a headband garlanded with flowers on one pastedown and a band with a Z encircled by an O in the other. Former owner has stamped his name at the bottom of the front endpapers. G+ in worn vertically-ribbed light blue cloth. The black lettering on the spine is dulled and flecked. The silver rabbit holding a baseball bat and wearing a black hat bearing the letter "B" is fairly bright. It must be his intelligent eyes. There is considerable fraying to the top and bottom of the spine and the extremities. Internally VG- , clean and slightly shaken.
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Book number: 2314
USD 650.00 [Appr.: EURO 558.5 | £UK 497.5 | JP 73312]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BAUM, L. FRANK. (WITH 16 SPLENDID COLOR PLATES WITH THE METALLIC GREEN PAINT ACCENTS.)
The Emerald City of OZ.
Chicago. Reilly & Britton Co. 1910. First Edition, later printing with second pastedown and batter to numbers on pp. 96, 104, 232, and 286. Illustrated by John R. Neill. With 5 books by L.Frank Baum illustrated by John R. Neill listed on the verso of the ownership plate (*e.g., "This Book Belongs to..." The Titles are: The Road to OZ, the Land of OZ, Ozma, Dorothy & the Wizard, and John Dough and the Cherub." Attractive endpapers featuring the head of an adorable Dorothy wearing a headband garlanded with flowers on one pastedown and a band with a Z encircled by an O in the other. G+ in worn and soiled woven light blue cloth. Hinges cracked.The black lettering on the spine is dulled and lightly worn. The silver rabbit holding a baseball bat and wearing a black hat bearing the letter "B" is dulled. There is considerable fraying to the top and bottom of the spine and the extremities. Internally VG- , clean and slightly shaken. With the later state front paste-down showing Dorothy between the Tinman and the Scarecrow with the city of OZ in the background.
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Book number: 3225
USD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 300.75 | £UK 268 | JP 39476]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
The Land of OZ, a Sequel to The Wizard of OZ.
Chicago. The Reilly & Britton Co. 1904 Later edition with "Published, July, 1904" on the copyright page. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Probably published around1906 when the title was shortened from "The Marvelous Land of OZ" to "The Land of OZ." With 11 splendid color plates by Neill. G+ in beige cloth with scarcrow and tinman shaking hands on the front cover which is stamped in silver and black and green. Some marking to the rear boards. The front pictorial endpaper is missing. An unusual book.
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Book number: 3229
USD 150.00 [Appr.: EURO 129 | £UK 115 | JP 16918]

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
The Lost Princess of OZ.
Chicago. The Reilly & Britton Co. 1917. First Edition. Illustrated by John R. Neill. With publisher's ads on the verso of ownership listing 10 titles ending with The Lost Princess of OZ. With 12 full-page color plates with no captions, as required. VG- in rubbed finely-woven blue-green cloth with pastedown on the front boards featuring Queen Dorothy and a giant frog.The front pastedown is attractive and lightly rubbed. The hinges have been carefully reglued.
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Book number: 3222
USD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 300.75 | £UK 268 | JP 39476]

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
The Magic of OZ.
Chicago. Reilly & Lee Co. 1919. First Edition. Illustrated by John R. Neill. First Issue with 11 titles listed on the verso of the ownership page; the last being The Tin Woodman of OZ. With pictorial self-endpapers in black and white. With "Reilly / & Lee" at the bottom of the spine. VG- in rubbed and scuffed binding with pastedown of Dorothy & the Wiz examining a monkey wearing a crown. Lightly stained green cloth stamped in black with paste-down on front boards.
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Book number: 2041
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 214.75 | £UK 191.5 | JP 28197]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BAUM, L. FRANK & RUTH PLUMLY THOMPSON.
Ozoplaning with the Wizard of OZ.
Chicago. Reilly & Lee Co. 1939/ First Edition. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Black and white illustrations. G+ in blue cloth stamped in black with paste-down on front boards of the Tin Woodman, the Wiz, and the Scarecrow. Binding shaken and front hinge inexpertly reglued.
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Book number: 2042
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 86 | £UK 76.75 | JP 11279]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BAUM, L. FRANK. (WITH 12 SPLENDID COLOR PLATES WITH NO CAPTIONS AS REQUIRED.)
Rinkitink in OZ.
Chicago. Reilly & Britton Co. 1916. First Edition. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Specially bound in light blue-green cloth with a bright colorful pastedown of Dorothy and her doting King friend riding a goat. Lovely reddish hues and design. Light creasing at the upper right-hand corner of the pastedown. With Reilly&/ Britton in two lines at the bottom of the spine. VG+ Very clean and tight internally with no marks or names. Tight hinges and a lovely front paste-down on the front boards. Touch of soiling to the rear panel at the left side. Otherwise, quite attractive.
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Book number: 3226
USD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 300.75 | £UK 268 | JP 39476]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
The Road to OZ
Chicago. Reilly & Britton Co. 1909. First Edition. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Scarce first issue with two pp. of ads listing Baum books published under the pseudonym "Laura Bancroft," and correct listing of other Baum titles. Gatherings are printed on variously tinted stock: off-white, lavender, gray, light blue, salmon, tan, light green, and tan. G+ in worn light-green cloth binding stamped brightly in red and black. The boards, despite the bright lettering, are rather rubbed both front and back, and the black lettering on the spine is dulled. There is considerable fraying to the top and bottom of the spine and the extremities. Internally VG- with variegated stock and splendidly detailed black and white illustrations.
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Book number: 2040
USD 500.00 [Appr.: EURO 429.5 | £UK 382.75 | JP 56394]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
The Royal Road of OZ.
Chicago. The Reilly & Lee Co. 1921. First Edition; first issue. Illustrated by John R. Neill. With first issue of caption on plate at p. 255 with misprint: "Scarecorw's". With 12 splendid full-page color plates, some tipped in and some bound in. VG- in gray woven cloth with front pastedown depicting Dorothy and the Scarecrow sitting on the Lion, printed in green, blue, gold, brown, and yellow with title in pink. Bottom of the spine has been snagged and is torn at the bottom 1/4". Also heavy shelf wear to the bottom edges.
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Book number: 3223
USD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 300.75 | £UK 268 | JP 39476]

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
The Scarecrow of OZ.
Chicago. Reilly & Lee Co. 1919. Later Edition. Copyright 1915. Illustrated by John R. Neill. No color plates, but numerous llustrations throughout the text. Great endpapers depicting a line of all the characters with their hands upon each other's shoulders in conga-line style. VG+ in a crisp orange binding with clean, bright pastedown of the scarecrow surmounted by 7 crows. Light soiling to the rear boards which have a touch of a sticker residue at one corner. A truly handsome copy of this scarce OZ scarecrow title.
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Book number: 3132
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 86 | £UK 76.75 | JP 11279]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
Sky Island.
Chicago. Reilly & Lee Co. 1912. Later Edition. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Later edition with colored frontispiece by Neill and numerous black and white illustrations. VG- in woven gray boards with paste-down of trio flying in an umbrella craft.
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Book number: 2043
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 86 | £UK 76.75 | JP 11279]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
TheWizard of Oz.
Indianapolis. Bobbs-Merrill. 1903. Reprint Edition (1930's) with color plates. Getting scarce. Illustrated by John R. Neill. With numerous black and white plates and 9 color plates. A child has drawn his/her own version of the characters on the front and rear endpapers. VG in rubbed finely-woven mint green cloth with pastedown on the front boards featuring the Tinman leading the Scarecrow toward OZ. Internally very tight and clean. The front pastedown has a small tear at the top right-hand corner.
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Book number: 3065
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 214.75 | £UK 191.5 | JP 28197]

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
Tik-Tock of OZ.
Chicago. Riley-Lee. 1914. Reprint Edition. Illustrated by John R. Neill. With numerous black and white plates. VG- in rubbed finely-woven mint green cloth with pastedown on the front boards featuring Dorothy and a rotund Tick Tok heading toward OZ. The front pastedown is rubbed and worn, and the book has bent edges.
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Book number: 3066
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 64.5 | £UK 57.5 | JP 8459]

 
BAUM, L. FRANK.
The Wizard of OZ.
NY. Henry Holt & Co. 1982. First Edition. Color illustrations by Michael Hague. Signed on the title page with an original drawing of the Scarecrow's head; signed boldly yet delicately by Michael Hague. NF/NF in decorated slick boards depicting the merry band on the Yellow Brick Road; in like d/w, as new.
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Book number: 1864
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 214.75 | £UK 191.5 | JP 28197]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BENNETT, C.H.
Lightsome and the Little Golden Lady.
London. Griffith & Farran. 1867. First Edition. With 24 illustrations by the author. Yellow endpapers and 6 pages of ads at the end. VG- in woven dark blue cloth stamped brightly in gilt on the front boards and the spine which has some heavy fraying to the top and bottom. Nice blindstamping and ruling along the front and rear covers. A scarce book in any condition.
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Book number: 3036
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 214.75 | £UK 191.5 | JP 28197]
Catalogue: Children's Lit.

 
BOND, MICHAEL. (WITH DRAWINGS BY PEGGY FORTNUM.)
Paddington Helps Out.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1961 First Edition. The second book in the Paddington series. VG+/VG, clean d/w with wear to the extremities, light chipping to the top and bottom of spine. With small spot of color missing from right-hand corner of front panel, the result of carelessly removing a sticker.
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Book number: 1188
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 86 | £UK 76.75 | JP 11279]
Keywords: Children's Literature

 
BOSWELL, HAZEL. (WITH 25 FULL-PAGE COLOR PLATES, EACH OF WHICH IS INITIALLED IN PENCIL BY "H.B" (HAZEL BOSWELL).)
French Canada.
NY. Viking Press. 1938. First Edition (with "First published July 1938) printed on the copyright page. With a presentation / inscription by the author: "Dear Mary, Here is the result of all your efforts at last. I can never thank you for what you have done. If it had not been for you, this book would still be an M.S. gathering dust in my drawer among other forgotten M.S.S....With love, Hazel/ Cap-a-l'Aigle. Co Charlevoise Pla. April 24th 1938." And Hazel Boswell has initialled each of the 25 color plates in the lower right-hand corner. She has even signed the endpaper drawings. VG+/VG in rough woven linen cloth stamped in red on the front boards and the spine. In a complete but soiled and edgeworn colorful dustjacket featuring color plates from the book on the front and rear panels. And chipping to the corners. A charming and unique copy of this children's book.
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Book number: 2769
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 214.75 | £UK 191.5 | JP 28197]
Keywords: Children's Literature

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