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Fairy Tale Princes, A Collection of Children's Favorite Stories

Condition: Good+/Good, Good dj


Good+/Good, Good dj Lillian Sturges illus Children Saalfield Akron (1926) Early edition Hardbound 8vo, 92 pp, color frontis, b+w illus, pictorial cover and endpapers Part of the John Newbery series. Light foxing. Dustjacket with a few small edge chips and light soiling to white of rear. Includes 4 stories: The Frog Prince; The Golden Bird; Prince Darling; Prince Hyacinth and the Dear Little Princess. Solid and clean with dj in protective cover. DJ front shows Prince and wolf with art by frances Brundage. Short gift inscription pencilled at top half title page.
  • Bookseller: Pages Past Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: OURBOOKS007118
  • Title: Fairy Tale Princes, A Collection of Children's Favorite Stories
  • Book condition: Used - Good+
  • Jacket condition: Good, Good dj
  • Edition: Early edition
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Saalfield
  • Date published: (1926)
  • Keywords: Juvenile Illustrated Newbery Fairy tales

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