Children's picture books 1916-1946 lot x 10 color plates Illustrated storiesBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
Lot of ten interesting early 20th century children's books, all WW II -era and prior. All contain color illustrations.
All are complete and show signs of handling. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the lot. All show signs of age and time, books intended for and thus handled by young children, but despite the various assorted flaws, still remaining individually and as a lot well worthy of ownership.
Inky & Pinky, by Charims.
1936, New York, Grosset & Dunlap, Inc.
Tim Chick, by Edith Patterson Meyer.
1937, Chicago, Rand McNally & Company.
The Traveling Musicians.
1946, Wenosha Wisconsin, James & Jonathan Company.
The Little Dog that Would Not Wag His tail, Edna Groff Deihl.
1941, New York, Saml. Gabbriel Sons & Company.
Pinkie the Piggy Who Never Hurried, by Lydia Scott.
1945, Springfield, MA, McLoughlin Bros., Inc.
A Congo Adventure, Kintu, by Elizabeth Enright.
1935, New York, farrar and Rinehart, Inc.
The Chatterlings in Wordland, by Michael Lipmap.
1928, New York, the Wise-Parslow Company.
Pinocchio, by C. Collodi.
1940, New York, the Platt & Munk Co. Inc.
Cinderella, Pictured by Gladys Hall.
1915, New York, Cupples & Leon Company.
This is the House that Jack Built.
1929, New York, International paper Goods Co.
Smallest book measures: 7 7/8" H X 6 1/8" W.
Largest book measures: 14 7/8" H X 8" W.