Clayton Fine Books Published: Illustrated ads at rear, illustrated from drawings by Reginald B.
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Bound in a brown pictorial gilt cloth with accents in red and black, a very clean bright fine copy. Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. Frederick Warne and Co. Finely bound by Bayntun Riviere in dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, twin rule to boards, roll to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Black and white frontispiece, vignette and further illustrations throughout.
Some occasional light foxing, an excellent copy.
First edition, later issue. First edition, first printing, first issue. Grey cloth, blocked in red, black and gilt, some rubbing to covers, but a nice copy. Cloth case, leather label. Sold with a bright copy of the first edition, second printing with the J. Little imprint , boxed together. Used - Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Better World Books Condition: Frederick, Warne and Co.
Twenty-six illustrations illustrations after Reginald B. Half green straight-grained morocco, gilt, red leather label to spine, combed marble sides and endpapers, all edges gilt Contents clean, some spotting to binding blanks, exterior a little rubbed, one bump to corner. The author's first children's novel. Adrian Harrington Rare Books.
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Used book in good condition. Has wear to the cover and pages. Contains some markings such as highlighting and writing. Dw lightly stained and rubbed. How the sportswriters tried to chop up The Splinter for firewood.. J A Johnson Books Published: Excellent Near Fine Copy. Frederick Warne and Company, Copyright , first edition, first printing with on both copyright and title page blue cloth over boards with gold and black lettering on the front and on the spine, with blind stamped insignia on the back board.
Decorative inside covers front and back. No tears, bent pages, on the inside flyleaf a soiled spot with a name Allard on the upper right corner. It appears the person tried to erase the name didn't work No Dust Jacket. Shelf wear to the edges and to the head and toe of the spine. With light bumps to the head and toe of the spine.
The text and illustrations are bright and clean, the binding is secure, a solid collectible children's book. Crown octavo, green V cloth decorated in black and lettered in gilt on front cover, spine an rear cover plain. An uncommon edition of one of the most famous of 19th century American juveniles, first published NY, Steven Temple Books Published: Ships from Reno, NV.
Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy! Rubbing to the boards and edges with the corners bumped. The spine has been rebacked with the original cloth laid over. New endpapers and repaired hinges. The bottom four inches of page free from the binding and creased. A pretty copy of the 1st Frederick Warne edition. Very minor chipping at the foot of the jacket, otherwise clean and crisp.
Minor offsetting to the front and back free endpapers as well. Thick octavo, pgs. Handsomely illustrated throughout by C. Proceeds help young children get back the lost art of reading. Thank you for your support. A Scribner Illustrated Classic, rare in the box. Ships with Tracking Number!
Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! Ships from the UK. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Your purchase also supports literacy charities. Better World Books Ltd Condition: Charles Scribner's Sons, . In original publisher's two-part box with cover insert.
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Blue cloth, 10 full-page color plates by Reginal Birch, dozens of others in line. Book is pristine, box has peeling around central insert, paper label with price and title on spine, very good.
Nudelman Rare Books Published: May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Illustrated with engravings after Reginald B. A classic work for children. Second printing BAL ; J. Little imprint on copyright page. Spine ends lightly worn; minor edgewear; gift inscription dated ; else very good or better in publisher's decorated cloth. First edition, early state.
Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1886, Hardback)
Gray cloth with gilt, red and black decorative pictorial stamping and titles. These suits appear right after the publication of Burnett's story and were a major fashion until after the turn of the 20th century. Many boys who did not wear an actual Fauntleroy suit wore suits with Fauntleroy elements such as a fancy blouse or floppy bow. Only a minority of boys wore ringlet curls with these suits, but the photographic record confirms that many boys did.
It was most popular for boys about 3—8 years of age, but some older boys wore them as well. It has been speculated that the popularity of the style encouraged many mothers to breech their boys earlier than before and was a factor in the decline of the fashion of dressing small boys in dresses and other skirted garments. Rowling is for Potter. Nicholas magazine, readers looked forward to new instalments.
The fashions in the book became popular with velvet Lord Fauntleroy suits being sold, as well as other Fauntleroy merchandise such as velvet collars, playing cards, and chocolates. During a period when sentimental fiction was the norm, and in the United States the "rags to riches" story popular, Little Lord Fauntleroy was a hit. Edith Nesbit included in her own children's book The Enchanted Castle a rather unflattering reference:. Gerald could always make himself look interesting at a moment's notice In , after discovering her novel had been plagiarized for the stage, Burnett successfully sued and then wrote her own theatrical adaptation of Little Lord Fauntleroy.
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