London: The Folio Society Hardback. N.d. A very good copy in publisher's patterned boards with maroon coloured back strip with title in gilt. No inscriptions. Coloured full page frontispiece and many other small coloured illustrations. Free endpapers partly browned. 156 pages. The just about good dustwrapper shows some chipping, including two largeish chips. The wrapper is not price-clipped and is protected in a removable cover.. First Edition Thus. Illus. by John Gaastra.
London: Allan Wingate 1946. 58 pp, illustrated in duotone, tears to dustwrapper edges and foxing to endpapers. also includes The Star Child and Ther Happy Prince . Very Good. Hardback. 1st Thus. 1946. 4to..
Wilde, Oscar [1854-1900] Illustrated by Georg Ehrlich
Allan Wingate Ltd, 64 Great Cumberland Place, London First edition 1946. 1946. First edition hard back binding in publisher's original open beige cloth covers, gilt lettering to spine, gilt motif to upper panel. Quarto 11½" x 8" 58 pp. Full-page monochrome sepia illustrations. Offsetting to end papers, small damp mark to foot of front cover, contents not affected and a VG condition book in near VG condition dust wrapper with 30 mm closed tears to edges of spine tip, smaller tears to upper corners, paper to spine slightly age darkened, not price clipped 21s. Dust wrapper supplied in archival acetate film protection. Member of the P.B.F.A.
London: Allan Wingate. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1946. Hardcover. Qto size, no marks or inscriptions, bound in grey board and pictorial dust jacket, good to very good. ; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 60 pages .
London: Allan Wingate Publishers Ltd, 1946. Original beige cloth covers, gilt title to spine. Staining to front and rear corners. Offsetting to endpapers. 58pp Lovely illustrations. Text and illustrations vbery clean. Binding firm. Dust Jacket wear to deges with some small chips and 2 closed tears. Rubbing to spine, some darkening. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good +. Illus. by Georg Ehrlich.
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