Chapbook lot 1820's-1860's woodcuts lot x 10 early illustrated children's books
Chapbook lot 1820's-1860's woodcuts lot x 10 early illustrated children's books Chapbook lot 1820's-1860's woodcuts lot x 10 early illustrated children's books Chapbook lot 1820's-1860's woodcuts lot x 10 early illustrated children's books Chapbook lot 1820's-1860's woodcuts lot x 10 early illustrated children's books Chapbook lot 1820's-1860's woodcuts lot x 10 early illustrated children's books Chapbook lot 1820's-1860's woodcuts lot x 10 early illustrated children's books
$ 275.00


Collection of ten (10) assorted mid-19th century juvenile chap books. Most contain small woodcut illustrations.

All show signs of age, usage and wear, several with spines stitched by early owners with thread, most apparently complete- video shows condition of each in detail.

Moses, Part II.
Philadelphia, American Sunday School Union. c.1840-50's.

Noble Little Mary.
New York, Sunday School Department. nd, c. 1840-1860s.

Mary Lord.
New York, American Tract Society. nd, c. 1840-1860s.

Cowards.
New York, American Tract Society. nd, c. 1840-1860s.

Disobedient Harry.
1865, Boston, Sabbath School Society.

Bible Stories: The Flight by Night.
London, T. Nelson and Sons. With chromolithographed frontis tipped in as issued. c. 1865-75.

Memory's Tribute, or Things Profitable for Reflection.
1830, New York, General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union.

Little Ann, A True Story; and Other Pleasing Poetical Pieces for Children.
1831, New York, Mahlon Day. text block stops at page 20, so likely missing final two leaves.

Poetic Gift: Containing Mrs. Barbauld's Hymns, in Verse, by Mary Belson.
New Haven, S. Babcock. c.1840-50's. No covers.

Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog. c. 1850-60 era. Early hand color- 4 leaves only (8 pp.).

Smallest measures: 3 5/8" H X 2 3/8" W.
Tallest measures c. 6" H X 3 7/8" W.

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