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(Magical worlds) Froud, Brian and Alan Lee.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket with slight toning to the spine. This imaginative faery field guide features pencil drawings and watercolors of mythical creatures, as well as brief descriptions of their origins and powers; it draws on a long history of phantasmagoric iconography in the generally occidental vein. Besides faeries, the authors also include renderings of many other denizens of faery land-goblins, dwarves and leprechauns, for instance-as well as stranger breeds, such as the Fachan, a one-armed, one-legged oddity from the Scotland highlands and the Jack-in-Irons, a ""Yorkshire giant who haunts lonely roads."

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(Magical Worlds) Heller, Julek Carolyn Scrace and Juan Wijngaard Illustrators.
Giants. Text by Sarah Teale.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket. This companion volume to "Faeries" and "Gnomes" chronicles the history and mythology of giants throughout the ages and gives examples of stories of gigantic creatures throughout written and pictorial history. Richly illustrated.

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[Botanical Illustrations] Maund, Benjamin.
The Botanic Garden, consisting of highly finished representations of hardy ornamental flowering plants, cultivated in Great Brit
Each volume is in good condition with wear to the extremities and separation to the inner hinges. Volume I (published by Baldwin, Cradock, & Joy 1825) conatins 48 color illustrations with four plants on each plate; Volume II (published by Baldwin & Cradock 1827-8) contains 144 color illustrations with four plants on each plate, Volume III (published by Simpkin and Marshall 1831, contains 48 color illustrations with four plants on each plate.

Price: $900.00
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[Children's Literature] Crothers, Samuel McChord.
The Children of Dickens. Illustrated by Jesse Willcox Smith.
A Near Fine copy in illustrated boards with a book plate afixed to the front pastedown. Black cloth, pictorial paste-on, This Scribner Classic features ten color plates by Smith as well as pictorial endpapers and title illustrations by E. Mallison. The text focuses only on the children from Dickens' various novels including David Copperfield, Oliver, Tiny Tim, Bob Cratchit, Paul Dombey and others.

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Flora and Sylva. A Monthly Review for Lovers of Garden, Woodland. Tree or Flower; New and Rare Plants, Trees, Schrubs and Fruit
A Very Good plus sound set bound in blue cloth with gilt stamping to the spine and front cover. Top edge gilt with deckled fore-edges. William Robinson (1838 1935) was an Irish practical gardener and journalist whose ideas about wild gardening spurred the movement that led to the popularising of the English cottage garden, a parallel to the search for honest simplicity and vernacular style of the British Arts and Crafts movement. Robinson advocated more natural and less formal-looking plantings of hardy perennials, shrubs, and climbers, and reacted against the High Victorian patterned gardening, which used tropical materials grown in greenhouses.The set contains a total of 66 chromolithographs with tissue guards as well as numerous black and white engravings.

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The Song of Songs with Woodcuts by James Reid.
A Very Good copy in green cloth binding with sunning to the spine and extremitiies. No dust jacket. This volume recreates the love story of The Song of Solomon from the Hebrew Bible with interpretive woodcuts by Mr. Reid. Beautifully printed on light blue heavy stock, this book includes about 70 pages and features 28 woodcuts.

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[Illustrated Children's Book] Grimm, Wilhelm.
Dear Mili. Illustrated by Maurice Sendak.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket. Once upon a time, Wilhelm Grimm sent a letter to a little girl called Mili. How, nearly 170 years later, in 1983, the letter was rediscovered. How it contained a tale about a lost child and how Maurice Sendak decided to turn the tale into a picture book. The pictures tell a story, and the imagery is saturated with the succession of feelings that are stirred up following the adventures of the little girl who is sent by her mother to hide in the forest while the storms of a terrible war sweep by.

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[Illustrated Nature Fantasy] Hudson, W. H.
A Little Lost Boy. Illustrated by Dorothy P. Lathrop.
A Very Good copy in green cloth binding with gilt stamping and illustration on front cover. Twelve full page color and black and white plates, and eighteen chapter headings tell the transformation of Martin from a vulnerable little boy to a child at home in the wild, and one with the sea.

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