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Mother Goose by  Kate GREENAWAY - Hardcover - from Roy Turner Books and

Mother Goose


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Frederick Warne and Co., Ltd., London and New York. Hardcover 4 I/4 x 6 I/2 inches. 52pp.Nd but c1900 (ownership inscription to front paste-down dated 1923) Illustrated in colour by Kate Greenaway, engraved and printed by Edmund Evans, London. Original green cloth backed boards with green trellis work and picture panel. Cloth somewhat soiled with wear to corners and edges.Caption under the front cover illustration says \"Little maid, little maid, Whither goest thou? Down in the meadow To milk my cow.\"

Publisher: Frederick Warne and Co., Ltd., London and New York, nd


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