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      Title

      Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia comprising the property of Lady Anne Hill, the property of Mrs. P. Heyes, the property of Mrs. Josephine Banner, the property of the late Mrs. E. H. Wyllie and other properties. / [By Sotheby & Co.]

      Author
      • Sotheby & Co.
      Published
      • London : Sotheby & Co 1974
      Physical description
      57p.
      Notes
      • Accompanied by price list.
      Other names
      • Lang, Andrew 1844-1912.
      • Ford, Henry J [illustrator]
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      1. St Andrews University Printed
    2. Search result: 2.

      Title

      Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia : including the first part of Andersen's Eventyr, Copenhagen, 1835, the first published edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland, 1866, galley proofs for a suppressed portion of Through the looking glass, A. Gabler's Skizzen physischer und moralischer Gegenstaende für die Jugend, Nuremburg, c.1760, Beatrix Potter's The tailor of Gloucester, December, 1902, Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's cabin ... Boston, 1852, and extensive groups of books illustrated by kate Greenaway and Arthur Rackham : chapbooks, miniature books, moving picture books, panoramas, peepshows and games : drawings and illustrations by Walt Disney, Edmund Dulac, Kate Greenaway, Arthur Rackham, Harrison Weir, and others, including ... drawings and illustrations by Walt Disney, Edmund Dulac, Kate Greenaway, Arthur Rackham, Harrison Weir, and others. Which will be sold by auction by Sotheby & Co. ... at their large gallery ... ; day of Sale: Monday 3rd June 1974. / [By Sotheby & Co. (London, England)]

      Author
      • Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
      Other titles
      • Comprising the property of Lady Anne Hall, the property of Mrs. P. Heyes, the property of Mrs. Josephine Banner, the property of the late Mrs. E. H. Wyllie, and other properties
      • Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia, comprising the property of Lady Anne Hill ... Mrs. P. Heyes ... Mrs. Josephine Banner ... Mrs. E.H. Wyllie, and other properties.
      Published
      • London : Sotheby & Co. 1974
      Physical description
      57 p, [8] p of plates : ill ; 25cm.
      Notes
      • Cover title: Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia, comprising the property of Lady Anne Hill ... Mrs. P. Heyes ... Mrs. Josephine Banner ... Mrs. E.H. Wyllie, and other properties.
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      Title

      Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia, including ... drawings and illustrations by Walt Disney, Edmund Dulac, Kate Greenaway, Arthur Rackham, Harrison Weir, and others which will be sold by auction by Sotheby & Co. ... at their large gallery ... : Day of Sale: Monday 3rd June 1974 / [Sotheby & Co.].

      Author
      • Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
      Other titles
      • Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia, comprising the property of Lady Anne Hill ... Mrs. P. Heyes ... Mrs. Josephine Banner ... Mrs. E.H. Wyllie, and other properties.
      Published
      • London : Sotheby & Co. 1974
      Physical description
      57 p, [8] p of plates : ill ; 25cm.
      Notes
      • Cover title: Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia, comprising the property of Lady Anne Hill ... Mrs. P. Heyes ... Mrs. Josephine Banner ... Mrs. E.H. Wyllie, and other properties.
      Format
      • Printed

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      1. Warburg Institute Printed

      2.2

      Title

      Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia : including the first part of Andersen's Eventyr, Copenhagen, 1835, the first published edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland, 1866, galley proofs for a suppressed portion of Through the looking glass, A. Gabler's Skizzen physischer und moralischer Gegenstaende für die Jugend, Nuremburg, c.1760, Beatrix Potter's The tailor of Gloucester, December, 1902, Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's cabin ... Boston, 1852, and extensive groups of books illustrated by kate Greenaway and Arthur Rackham : chapbooks, miniature books, moving picture books, panoramas, peepshows and games : drawings and illustrations by Walt Disney, Edmund Dulac, Kate Greenaway, Arthur Rackham, Harrison Weir, and others, including ... drawings and illustrations by Walt Disney, Edmund Dulac, Kate Greenaway, Arthur Rackham, Harrison Weir, and others. Which will be sold by auction by Sotheby & Co. ... at their large gallery ... ; day of Sale: Monday 3rd June 1974. / [By Sotheby & Co. (London, England)]

      Author
      • Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
      Other titles
      • Comprising the property of Lady Anne Hall, the property of Mrs. P. Heyes, the property of Mrs. Josephine Banner, the property of the late Mrs. E. H. Wyllie, and other properties
      Published
      • London : Sotheby & Co. 1974
      Physical description
      57 p, [8] p of plates : ill ; 25cm.
      Notes
      • Cover title: Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia, comprising the property of Lady Anne Hill ... Mrs. P. Heyes ... Mrs. Josephine Banner ... Mrs. E.H. Wyllie, and other properties.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed

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      1. Manchester University Printed
      2. Warburg Institute Printed
    3. Search result: 3.

      Title

      Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia ... which will be sold by auction by Sotheby & Co. ... at their large galleries ... : Day of Sale: Monday 16th March 1970 / [Sotheby & Co.].

      Author
      • Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
      Series
      • Illustrated catalogue (Sotheby & Co.).
      Other titles
      • Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia, comprising the property of ... Viscount Norwich ... Joan Kemp-Welch ... Kathleen Hale ... Bernt Gration-Maxfield ... J.R. Ryecart ...
      • Children's books and juvenilia.
      Published
      • London : Sotheby & Co. 1970
      Physical description
      96 p, [9] p of plates : ill. ; 25cm.
      Notes
      • Cover title: Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia, comprising the property of ... Viscount Norwich ... Joan Kemp-Welch ... Kathleen Hale ... Bernt Gration-Maxfield ... J.R. Ryecart ...
      • Spine title: Children's books and juvenilia.
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      1. Warburg Institute Printed
    4. Search result: 4.

      Title

      Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia ... which will be sold by auction by Sotheby & Co. ... at their large galleries ... Part A including Bewick's New lottery book of birds and beasts, 1771; the Detsky Museum; Maria Edgeworth's Parent's assistant, part I, 1796; important early publications by the Newberys, John Marshall, and John Harris; chapbooks; extensive collections of first editions and presentation copies of Lewis Caroll, and of books illustrated by Randolph Caldecott, Walter Crane, Kate Greenaway, Randolph Caldecott, and Edmund Dulac : Days of sale: Monday, 2nd June, 1975 ... Tuesday, 3rd June, 1975 ... / [Sotheby & Co.].

      Author
      • Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
      Other titles
      • Children's books, drawings and juvenilia, part A, comprising the property of the late Kerrison Preston ... L.A.H. Napier ... Mrs J.M. Power and other properties.
      • including Bewick's New lottery book of birds and beasts, 1771; the Detsky Museum; Maria Edgeworth's Parent's assistant, part I, 1796; important early publications by the Newberys, John Marshall, and John Harris; chapbooks; extensive collections of first editions and presentation copies of Lewis Caroll, and of books illustrated by Randolph Caldecott, Walter Crane, Kate Greenaway, Randolph Caldecott, and Edmund Dulac.
      Published
      • London : Sotheby & Co. 1975
      Physical description
      104 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. ; 25cm.
      Notes
      • Cover title: Children's books, drawings and juvenilia, part A, comprising the property of the late Kerrison Preston ... L.A.H. Napier ... Mrs J.M. Power and other properties.
      Direct Link
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      • Printed

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      1. Warburg Institute Printed
    5. Search result: 5.

      Title

      Catalogue of children's books, drawings and juvenilia ... which will be sold by auction by Sotheby & Co. ... at their large galleries ... Part B including the first English edition of Pinocchio; Roscoe's Butterfly's ball 1807; a presentation copy of Black beauty, first editions by Henty, Milne, and Beatrix Potter; books illustrated by Rackham and Shepard; an important collection of comics and relaing drawings; miniature books including Taylor's Verbum sempiternum, 1631, and Boreman's Westminster Abbey, 3 vol., 1742-43; hornbooks, jigsaw puzzles, juvenile drama, panoramas, peepshows, etc.; a series of drawings for publications of Elizabeth Newbery and John Harris, and others by Kate Greenaway, Beatrix Potter, Rackham, Dulac, Pogany, Shepard, and Walt Disney : Days of sale: Monday, 9th June, 1975 ... Tuesday, 10th June, 1975 ... Tuesday, 10th June, 1975 ... / [Sotheby & Co.].

      Author
      • Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
      Other titles
      • Children's books, drawings and juvenilia, part B, comprising the property of Mrs C.W. Brophy ... Mrs P. Meynell ... R.L. Radford ... G.J. Sassoon ... E. Newman ... and other properties.
      • including the first English edition of Pinocchio; Roscoe's Butterfly's ball 1807; a presentation copy of Black beauty, first editions by Henty, Milne, and Beatrix Potter; books illustrated by Rackham and Shepard; an important collection of comics and relaing drawings; miniature books including Taylor's Verbum sempiternum, 1631, and Boreman's Westminster Abbey, 3 vol., 1742-43; hornbooks, jigsaw puzzles, juvenile drama, panoramas, peepshows, etc.; a series of drawings for publications of Elizabeth Newbery and John Harris, and others by Kate Greenaway, Beatrix Potter, Rackham, Dulac, Pogany, Shepard, and Walt Disney.
      Published
      • London : Sotheby & Co. 1975
      Physical description
      127p, [8 plates] : ill. ; 25cm.
      Notes
      • Cover title: Children's books, drawings and juvenilia, part B, comprising the property of Mrs C.W. Brophy ... Mrs P. Meynell ... R.L. Radford ... G.J. Sassoon ... E. Newman and other properties.
      Direct Link
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      • Printed

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      1. Warburg Institute Printed
    6. Search result: 6.

      Title

      Children's books from four centuries : including original drawings, manuscripts, and related juvenilia.

      Author
      • Justin G. Schiller Ltd.
      Series
      • Catalogue / Justin G. Schiller ; 29
      • Catalogue (Justin G. Schiller Ltd.) ; 29
      Published
      • New York, [1974]
      Physical description
      200 p. : ill.
      Notes
      • Illus. (1 on cover) incl. title-page, facsimile and musical notation.
      • Includes bibliography.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
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      1. V&A Libraries Printed
    7. Search result: 7.

      Title

      Children's books and juvenilia, an important collection of Russian children's books, modern continental and English illustrated books, private press books, related drawings and paintings. 1983 May 23-24.

      Author
      • Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: HARE.
      • Place of sale: London.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Children's%20books%20and%20juvenilia%2C%20an%20important%20collection
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      • Printed

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    8. Search result: 8.

      Title

      Children's books, juvenilia and related drawings. 1982 July 20-21.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: DINAH.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including Helen Bannerman's Little black Sambo, 1899; an extensive collection of first editions, presentation copies, and later illustrated editions of Alice's adventures in Wonderland and other works by Lewis Carroll; a series of books by Kate Greenaway inscribed by the artist to Lady Dorothy Nevill; Beatrix Potter's The tale of Peter Rabbit, first issue, (1901); and a presentation copy of the second issue, 1902; Jane and Ann Taylor's Rural scenes, 1805; miniature books, including a series of Boreman's Gigantick histories; costume books; juvenile drama, including a large collection of tinsel portraits; moving picture books; panoramas; peepshows; playing cards, including All the bubbles, (c.1720) and a geographical pack, (c.1680); table games; writing sheets; and other toys and games; drawings including an album of watercolour figures by Alfred Crowquill; an early drawing by Kate Greenaway for a greeting card, and a later watercolour of children carrying flowers; five fine ink and watercolour illustrations by Kay Nielsen, four for In powder and crinoline; and a painting by E.H. Shepard outside "The wolery".
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
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    9. Search result: 9.

      Title

      Continental illustrated books, English illustrated and private press books, children's books, juvenilia and related drawings. 1983 Nov. 21-22.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: EVE.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including an important Russian Futurist Collection.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Continental%20illustrated%20books%2C%20English%20illustrated
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      • Printed

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    10. Search result: 10.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia. 1973 June 5.

      Author
      • Sotheby's New York.
      Published
      • New York
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Place of sale: New York.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Children's%20books%2C%20drawings%20and%20juvenilia.%201973%20June
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      • Printed

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    11. Search result: 11.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia. 1976 July 8-9.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SHR17.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including an extensive collection of books, jigsaw puzzles, etc., relating to cats, including The history of Felina, Joseph Hawkins, (1790); Meggendorfer's Artistic pussy and her studio, (c.1900); Perrault's Contes du tems passé, Amsterdam, 1775; The renowned history of the white cat, J. Harris, 1803; 11 volumes of Louis Wain's Annual; and a series of drawings by J.G. Francis; Boreman's Description of a great variety of animals and vegetables, with hand-coloured plates, 1736; Campe's Sämmtliche kinder-und Jjugendschriften, 37 vol., Braunschweig, 1830; Dodgson's Hunting of the snark, presentation copy, 1876; The female miscellany, 2 parts, 1770-71; The history of little goody two-shoes, 1796; Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, 2 vol., first edition, Boston, 1852, others by G.A. Henty, A.A. Milne, and Beatrix Potter, and books illustrated by E.V. Boyle, Richard Doyle, Edmund Dulac, Kate Greenaway, Kay Nielsen, William Nicholson, Willy Pogany, and Arthur Rackham; comics, chap books, miniature books, including Heures de cour, Paris, 1683; A new invented hornbook, (c.1770-75); costume books, jig saw puzzles; moving and changing picture books; panoramas; speaking picture books; drawings by Mabel Lucie Atwell, Walt Disney, Kate Greenaway, Edward Lear, Arthur Rackham, E.H. Shepard, and others, and two important albums of drawings reproduced by Edmund Evans and proofs of his wood-engravings.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
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    12. Search result: 12.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia, part A. 1975 June 2-3.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • For part B of this sale, see June 9, 10.
      • Sale code: NESBIT.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including Bewick's New lottery of birds and beasts, 1771; the Detsky Museum; Maria Edgeworth's Parent's assistant, part I, 1796; important early publications by the Newbery's, John Marshall, and John Harris; chapbooks; extensive collections of first editions and presentation copies of Lewis Carroll, and of books illustrated by Randolph Caldecott, Walter Crane, Kate Greenaway, Randolph Caldecott, and Edmund Dulac.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
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    13. Search result: 13.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia. 1976 Feb. 25-27.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SHR10.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including The poetic garland, 4 vol., containing 33 publications by John Harris, 1806-09; Lady Eleanor Fenn's Cobwebs to catch flies, 2 vol., c.1790; The death and burial of cock robin, Litchfield, c.1797; William Godwin's Life of Lady Jane Grey, 1806; The butterfly's birthday, 1808; natural history of British quadrupeds, etc., 7 vol., Alnwick, c.1810; Nathaniel Numeral's Novel notions of acquiring a knowledge of numeration, 1817; Lewis Carroll's Alice in wonderland, first published edition, 1866, and Through the looking glass, first edition, 1872, uniformly bound; books illustrated by E.V. Boyle, Crane (including a complete set of his picture books), Dulac, Greenaway, Nielsen, Parrish, Rackham, Wain, and others; a wide variety of comics, including large collections of adventure, Champion, Eagle, Gem, Hotspur, Knockout, Magnet, Mickey Mouse weekly, Radio fun, Rover, Wizard, and others; miniature books including Boreman's Cathedral of St. Paul's, 2 vol., 1741; chapbooks; playing cards; jigsaw puzzles; moving picture books, including Meggendorfer's Scenes in the life of a masher, c.1890; panoramas, including Cruikshank's Going to a fight, 1819; and drawings by Kate Greenway, Kathleen Hale, Arthur Rackham, and others, including a number for publications by John Harris.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
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    14. Search result: 14.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia. 1977 Nov. 23-24.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SHR6.
      • Place of sale: London.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Children's%20books%2C%20drawings%20and%20juvenilia.%201977%20Nov.
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      • Printed

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    15. Search result: 15.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings & juvenilia. 1978 Mar. 1-3.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SHR11.
      • Place of sale: London.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Children's%20books%2C%20drawings%20%26%20juvenilia.%201978%20Mar.%201-3.
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    16. Search result: 16.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia. 1979 Apr. 5-6.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SHR13.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including The Newtonian system of philosophy, by Tom Telescope, first edition, J. Newbery, 1761; The history of Little Goody Two-Shoes, T. Carnan, 1783; Roscoe's The butterfly's ball, first issue, 1807, and seven sequels; Jane and Ann Taylor's The linnet's life, first edition, 1822; a presentation copy of the first published edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in wonderland, 1866; G.A. Henty's The march to Coomassie, 1874; and works written or illustrated by Caldecott, Crane, Detmold, Dulac, Greenaway, Jessie M. King, Marryat, Milne, Nicholson, Nielsen, Beatrix Potter, Rackham, the Robinsons, and others; reference books, including Field's Edward Lear on my shelves, 1933; miniature books, including Calendarium Londinense verum for ye year 1684; chapbooks; an extensive collection of protean views and transformations; The speaking picture book, (c.1900); panoramas, including Pictorial Humpty Dumpty, 1843; and Rowlandson's (Rustic scenes, ?1799); peepshows; playing cards, including a large collection of De La Rue cards with specially designed backs, and a large collection of commemorative packs issued by the Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards; drawings by Dulac, Greenaway, Jessie M. King, Beatrix Potter, Rackham, Rowntree, G.E. Studdy, M.V. Wheelhouse, Alice B. Woodward, and others.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
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    17. Search result: 17.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia. 1974 June 3.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: WASP.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including the first part of Andersen's Eventyr, Copenhagen, 1835, the first published edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice adventures in wonderland, 1866, galley proofs for a suppressed portion of Through the looking glass, A. Gabler's Skizzen physischer und moralischer gegenstaende für die Jugend, Nuremburg, c.1760, Beatrix Potter's The tailor of Gloucester, December, 1902, Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's cabin, 2 vol., Boston, 1852, and extensive groups of books illustrated by Kate Greenaway and Arthur Rackham; chapbooks, miniature books, moving picture books, panoramas, peepshows and games; drawings and illustrations by Walt Disney, Edmund Dulac, Kate Greenaway, Arthur Rackham, Harrison Weir, and others.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
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    18. Search result: 18.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia, pt. B. 1975 June 9-10.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SEEKER.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including the first English edition of Pinocchio; Roscoe's Butterfly's ball, 1807; a presentation copy of Black beauty, first editions by Henty, Milne, and Beatrix Potter; books illustrated by Rackham and Shepard; an important collection of comics and relating drawings; miniature books including Taylor's Verbum sempiternum, 1631, and Boreman's Westminister Abbey, 3 vol., 1742-43; hornbooks, jigsaw puzzles, juvenile drama, panoramas, peepshows, etc.; a series of drawings for publications of Elizabeth Newbery and John Harris, and others by Kate Greenaway, Beatrix Potter, Rackham, Dulac, Pogany, Shepard, and Walt Disney.
      • For part A of this sale, see June 2, 3.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
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    19. Search result: 19.

      Title

      Children's books, juvenilia, and related drawings. 1980 Dec. 10-12.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SHR5.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including Horapollo's Selecta hieroglyphica, Rome, 1599; an unrecorded issue of The infant tutor, J. Newbery, 1767; Juvenile trials for robbing orchards, etc., T. Carnan, 1781; The adventures of a bee, F. Power, 1790; Trusler's Proverbs in verse, with Thomas Hugo's bookplate, (c.1814); Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in wonderland, first published edition, 1866, and first edition, second issue, New York, 1866; Hoffmann's The English struwwelpeter, 1848; F.E. Weatherly's The happy pair, illustrated by Beatrix Potter, (c.1890), and an important association copy of The tale of Mr. Todd, 1912; and others written or illustrated by Ballantyne, Caldecott, Clarke, Crane, Doyle, Dulac, Kate Greenaway, Henty, Andrew Lang, Lear, Milne, Nielsen, Rackham, the Robinsons, Thomson and others; miniature books, including John Weever's An agnes dei, 1606; moving picture books; panoramas; peepshows of Versailles, (c.1830), New York, (c.1840), the Great Exhibition, 1851, and others; picture sheets, including a fine collection of Park's Twelfth night characters, (c.1840); playing cards, including an important English educational pack, (c.1680), Marlborough's Victories, (c.1708), and a love motto pack, (c.1720); table games; drawings by Lena Ault, Kate Greenaway, John Hassall, Beatrix Potter, Arthur Rackham, Millicent Sowerby, Cecile Walton, and others.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
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    20. Search result: 20.

      Title

      Continental illustrated books, English illustrated and private press books, circus and conjuring, children's and juvenilia, related drawings. 1985 June 20-21.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SILVERPOINT.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Includes bibliographical references.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Continental%20illustrated%20books%2C%20English%20illustrated
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      • Printed

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    21. Search result: 21.

      Title

      Illustrated and private press books; conjuring and circus; children's books and juvenilia; related drawings. 1986 Dec. 4-5.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Place of sale: London.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Illustrated%20and%20private%20press%20books%3B%20conjuring%20and
      Format
      • Printed

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    22. Search result: 22.

      Title

      Continental illustrated books, English illustrated and private press books, children's books and juvenilia, related drawings. 1984 Dec. 17-18.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: LORENZO.
      • Place of sale: London.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Continental%20illustrated%20books%2C%20English%20illustrated
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    23. Search result: 23.

      Title

      Illustrated and private press books; children's books and juvenilia; related drawings. 1986 June 19-20.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: GRAVER.
      • Place of sale: London.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Illustrated%20and%20private%20press%20books%3B%20children's%20books
      Format
      • Printed

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    24. Search result: 24.

      Title

      Children's books, drawings and juvenilia. 1979 Oct. 10-12.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: SHR2.
      • Place of sale: London.
      • Including Alcott's Little women, 2 parts, first edition, 1868-69; The book of trades, 3 vol., Tabart and Co., 1806-07; Lewis Carroll's Alice in wonderland, first published edition, 1866; Comenius' Visible world, Leacroft, 1777; Dickens and Thackeray's The loving ballad of Lord Bateman, first edition, 1839; Dorset's The peacock at home, first edition, 1807; Godwin's The looking glass, first edition, 1805; The little library, 15 vol. (of 20), Harris, 1830-36; Rossetti's The prince's progress, presentation copy inscribed by D.G. Rossetti, 1866; and works written or illustrated by Hans Anderson, Ballantyne, Batten, Bilibin, Caldecott, Campe, Crane, Crawhall, Dodgson, Doyle, Dulac, Greenaway, Arthur Hughes, George MacDonald, Milne, Potter, Rackham, Rossetti, and others; miniature books, comics, harlequinades, jigsaw puzzles, moving picture books, panoramas, peepshows, playing cards, table games, and other games and amusements; drawings by Norman Ault, an extensive collection; Greenaway, Beatrix Potter, G.E. Studdy, and others; woodblocks for Kate Greenaway's illustrations to Marigold garden.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
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    25. Search result: 25.

      Title

      Continental illustrated books, English illustrated and private press books, circus and conjuring, children's books and juvenilia, related drawings. 1985 Dec. 9-10.

      Author
      • Sotheby's London.
      Published
      • London
      Physical description
      ill.
      Notes
      • Sale code: EMPEROR.
      • Place of sale: London.
      Genre
      • Catalogue
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/2210719?style=html&title=Continental%20illustrated%20books%2C%20English%20illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. V&A Libraries Printed

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