Gorinchem: J. Noorduijn & Zoon, 1898. 8vo.; pictorial hard boards, hardcover; 44 pages plus index; A Dutch children’s cookbook with 48 recipes; Text in Dutch; lithographic cover by Emrik & Binger pasted over slightly chipped and worn boards with lower 3 cm. of spine cover missing and spine slightly bent else good.
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Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co. (1934). First edition; small 4to.; plaid cloth covered boards with pictorial label on front cover and illustrated endpapers, hardcover; 32 pages; a very good clean tight copy in sunned boards that are edgeworn at the spine ends and lacking the dust jacket.
Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press and Little, Brown (1984). Stated First edition; Inscribed with an original drawing and signed by both authors opposite the title page; oblong 8vo.; grey cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on spine, hardcover; color illustrations; a very good clean, tight copy in a lightly edgeworn dust jacket.
South Melbourne: The Macmillan Co of Australia (1987). 4to.; glossy pictorial boards, hardcover; color illustrations; Inscribed and illustrated by Base, signed; a very good clean tight copy with the bottom corners lightly rubbed but lacking the dust jacket.
Walt Disney Enterprises (1938). 4to.; linen like pictorial wraps with stapled binding, softcover; color illustrations and one black and white illustration; wraps are rubbed in spots and sunned else a very good clean copy.
Philadelphia, PA: Edward Stern & Co., Inc., 1908. Stated 2nd printing; 4to.; cloth backed embossed boards with pictorial paste down; b/w illustrations and 15 color plates all present; boards are rubbed with slight soiling and sunning to back cover with tears to page edge of verses title page and former...
Paris: Librairie Ernest Flammarion, no date [ca 1920]. 24mo; small cloth backed boards, hardcover; 77 pages plus ad; 7 full page color plates by Margaret Tarrant; French text; edge chipped covers, internally, a very good, clean, tight, unmarked copy.
NY: Macmillan, 1940. 1st ed. square 8vo. Blue cloth. Illus. by Karl Larson. Pedro, a houseboy in the home of a wealthy American, saves the life of an American boy. The color and architecture of Mexico is depicted in gay double page illustrations and numerous vignettes. Cover faded with some...
NY: The Viking Press (1979). Signed and dated 1990 by the illustrator Barbara Cooney on the title page; later printing; oblong 8vo.; cloth backed boards, hardcover; color illustrations; a very good clean tight copy in a very good unclipped dust jacket that has the foil Caldecott Medal present.
Philadelphia: David McKay Co. (1929). Small 8vo.; cloth covered boards with pictorial paste on; hardcover; b/w and color illustrations; boards are lightly rubbed on corners else very good in a poor chipped and torn dust jacket.
London: Ernest Benn and NY: Henry Z. Walck (1969). Stated second impression; 4to.; orange cloth covered boards, hardcover; black and white and color illustrations; bottom corners of boards are bumped else a very good, clean tight copy in a lightly edgeworn dust jacket.
NY: Sam Gabriel, 1911. Small 4to.; pictorial “linenette” stiff wraps with stapled binding, softcover; color and black and white illustrations; some light soiling else a very good copy in edge rubbed wraps.
NY: Doubleday & Co (1949). 1st edition; small 4to; cloth backed pictorial boards, hardcover; decorative endpapers; 64 pages; color and black & white illustrations; two complet fold out Christmas manger cut out scenes attached to the front and back endpapers; a very good, clean, tight, unmarked copy in a lightly...
Akron, OH: The Saalfield Publishing Company, 1928. Small 4to; cloth backed pictorial boards; hardcover; 142 pages; color and black and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy.
NY: McLoughlin, ca.1879. 24 mo. linen backed stiff pictorial wraps, softcover; (8) pages; 4 full-page color illustrations; 4 rhymes about the dolls: Princess Clarabelle, Princess Laura, Princess Peggy and The Queen of Dolly-Land; one of Uncle Toby's Series; a fine, clean tight copy.
Akron, OH: Saalfield Pub. Co., 1931. Oblong small 4to.; pictorial stiff wraps with stapled binding, softcover; color illustrations; #861; some light internal soiling and in creased, rubbed and edgeworn wraps that are separated at binding with some tape remnants else very good.
Amsterdam: G. Theod. Bom, 1876. Seventh edition, zevende druk; 16 mo.; rebound in cloth and paper-covered boards with plastic spiral binding, hardcover; 17 pages of text and 16 pages with hand-colored illustrations; Text in Dutch; Translation of The Monkey’s Frolic: A Humourous Tale; pages are edgeworn and foxed else very good.
England: Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd, no date. A Rudin Edition #6904; oblong 24mo.; printed fabric with sewn binding, softcover; color illustrations; in original glassine envelope that is lightly worn else book is in fine condition.
NY: McLoughlin Bros., 1897. 8vo.; pictorial wraps with sewn binding, softcover; red, black and white and color illustrations; some light internal soiling else very good in wraps that have the former owner’s name written in pencil on front and back cover and have been erased, 1” of stitching on bottom.....
Rochester NY: Stecher Litho, 1917. Narrow Folio; stiff pictorial wraps with stapled binding, softcover; red, blue and white and full color illustrations; No. 44; sticker remnant on inside wrap and wraps are edgeworn with bottom staple missing else very good, pictures available.
Boston: New England Publishing House, 1866. 16mo.; cloth covered boards with gilt decoration on spine, 229 pages; hardcover; b/w illustrations; Vol II of Kaleidoscope Pictures series with other volumes listed as Vol I Kalid and Kittie, Vol III Gold Robin, and Vol IV Kalid’s Friends; has non-authorial inscription on front.....
Zwolle: De Erven J. J. Tijl, no date . Small 4to.; pictorial paper-covered boards, hardcover; 32 pages; color illustrations; binding is loose with slight wear on lower spine and boards are rubbed else very good.
Harper & Brothers. Signed by the author on title page and inscribed on opposite page “To XXX who I hope will become another Benny, Millie”; An early edition, Harper & Brothers not Harper and Row but does not have the correct price; 8vo.; cloth backed pictorial boards, hardcover; 60 pages;.....
NY: Random House (1965). First edition (Hirsch and Younger); 4to.; glossy pictorial boards, hardcover; color illustrations; boards are edgeworn with corners and spine ends beginning to fray else a very good tight copy in a price-clipped, sunned and edgeworn dust jacket that has some ink marks on bottom of back jacket.
Chicago, IL: Stanton and Van Vliet Co. (1923). First edition; small 8vo.; blue cloth covered boards with gilt lettering, hardcover; 192 pages; color illustrated plates; a non-authorial gift inscription written in ink on front free endpaper else a very good clean tight copy in boards that are edgeworn and sunned...