by Appleton, Honor C
- very good
- Very Good
North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Babies Three, Illustrated by Honor C. Appleton, Published by Thomas Nelson and Sons Limited. Undated but assumed First Edition listed by both WorldCat and Copac as 1921. 4to up to 12" tall; 32 pages, with illustrated frontispiece and 3 additional full-page colored plates and other line drawings by Honor C Appleton. Professionally re-backed with library binding, reinforced corners and decorative endpapers. Boards have wear; light damp-staining to top edge of a few pages (not affecting text block or plates); final text page is browned. Binding is tight and contents are generally clean and bright. Very scarce.Honor Charlotte Appleton (1879–1951) was a British illustrator of over 150 children's books and literary classics.
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- Babies Three
- Appleton, Honor C
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- Used - Very Good
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- Thomas Nelson and Sons Limited
- Place of Publication
- Great Britain
- Date Published
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- COLLECTIBLE CHILDREN; ILLUSTRATIVE ART; RARE AND COLLECTIBLE; CHILDREN;
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