Children's juvenile books old colorful c.1890-1960 Lot x 10 Robinson CrusoeBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
Children's Books of the early to mid-20th century. Lot of ten.
All shows signs of age, handling and time. Some loose pages, wear to bindings, old tape repairs, maybe edge tears, etc. All have been handled and read, video captures condition better than words.
Pleasing lot of old juveniles, all capturing a style of illustration and story telling now part of the past.
An Imp of Mischief, by Thornton W. Burgess.
1927, Racine, Wis., Whitman Publishing Co.
A Surprise for Mrs. Bunny, by Charlotte Steiner.
New York, Grosset and Dunlap. 1945.
Mother Goose Rhymes and Melodies.
Chicago, M. A. Donoue & Company. c. 1910-20. Contains the notorius racist children's story entitled ""Ten Little N*ggers".
Babes in the Wood.
New York, Charles E. Graham & Co. c. 1910.
Father Tuck's "Play & Pleasure" Series. Robinson Crusoe.
London, Raphael Tuck & Sons Co. LTD. c. 1890-1910.
Robinson Crusoe. color lithography. Promotional item produced byHorsford Acid Phosphate (Tonic and nerve food). c. 1900-1920.
Jack and the Bean Stalk.
1912, Chicago, M. A. Donohue & Co. Linen book.
The Mighty Atom Starring Reddy Kilowatt. The Story of Electricity from Amber to Atoms.
1966, Augusta, ME, The Central Main Power Company. comic book.
Baby Animals and Birds. Stecher Litho. Co. Rochester, NY. 1927.
Red Riding Hood. Kiddieland Series.
1915, New York, Cupples & Leon Company. Cardboard covers, color lithographed plates. Art by Gladys Hall.
Smallest book measures: 4 1/2" H X 5 5/8" W.
Largest book measures: 15" H X 15" W.