Published by Blackie, London About this Item: Blackie, London, No Jacket. Shirley Hughes illustrator. It was also published in cloth with dj and with 8 colour plates. Seller Inventory 13E Govey and Arthur Rackham. Paperback: glossy colour pictorial thin card wraps, spine slightly faded, small stain on front edge of half title, else vg.
Seller Inventory 16D Published by Coromandel Press, New Zealand Susan Poff illustrator. Seller Inventory 03G Published by Flensted, Denmark. About this Item: Flensted, Denmark. Claus Rostrup illustrator. Translation by R. Seller Inventory 19E No Date Whitcombe's Story Books no - code , reprint.
Seller Inventory 06B Whitcombe's Story Books no , code G, reprint. Published by Digest Juvenile Productions, Melbourne.
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Connie Christie illustrator. No Date late s. Seller Inventory 10F Published by Gramol Publications, London About this Item: Gramol Publications, London, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Geoffrey Rhoades illustrator. Name cut from top of front endpaper, edges of endpapers foxed, one illustration neatly coloured in, vg. Seller Inventory 01F Published by Picture Corgi, UK Adapted from the original by Hans Christian Andersen. Paperback, front edges of covers slightly curled and corners lightly bumped, vg. Published by Usborne, London About this Item: Usborne, London, Condition: Fine.
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Alida Massari illustrator. Usborne First Reading level 4. Hardback: colour pictorial boards, silk attached book marker, FINE. Seller Inventory 15L Red cloth with gilt spine titles and vignette on the front, vg. Seller Inventory 00K Published by Andre Deutsch, London About this Item: Andre Deutsch, London, Edward Ardizzone illustrator. You can also post your query on the Comment section below. Since I personally moderate Disqus Comments daily, I will see any query you post and will answer if I am familiar with the book.
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