Jake un Johnny 'n Buweg'schicht in Siwwe Schtreech
LIMITED FIRST EDITION; HAND-NUMBERED COPY #41. 8vo., 53 p., ill. VG. Grey wraps w/ black lettering are slightly rubbed w/ some smudges/soiling. Binding is tight and pages are all clean and unmarked. Based on the popular German folktale Max und Moritz, J. William Frey translated the tale into Pennsylvania Dutch and called it Jake un Johnny. Drawings are reproduced from the originals by Wilhelm Busch. This edition is much scarcer than the 1944 one. Bookseller Inventory # 000452
Title: Jake un Johnny 'n Buweg'schicht in Siwwe ...
Publisher: Clinton, SC: J. William Frey
Publication Date: 1943
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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