"The Most Beautiful Delightful Fairy Tale Books, All printed with pictures":The Contribution of Henry Cole's Home Treasury Series to Children's Books. The Helen E Stubbs Memorial Lectures. Number Nine
by Quash, Susanna Avery
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Toronto: Toronto Public Library, 1997 A solid tight booklet with no reading creases. Lecture number nine of the Helen E Stubbs memorial Lectures held November 1996. Gold card covers showing fading of gilt ( sunning or shelfwear bleaching) otherwise would have been fine. Limited edition of 750.
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- "The Most Beautiful Delightful Fairy Tale Books, All printed with pictures":The Contribution of Henry Cole's Home Treasury Series to Children's Books. The Helen E Stubbs Memorial Lectures. Number Nine
- Quash, Susanna Avery
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- Toronto Public Library
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- Henry Cole. Helen E Stubbs Lectures
- 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
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