Snow-flakes and The Stories They Told the Children

Edwards, M. Betham

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46pp. Cloth on spine damaged. Profusely illustrated., No Dust Jacket. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Snow-flakes and The Stories They Told the ...
Publisher: Sampson Low, Son & Co
Binding: Hardbound
Illustrator: H.K. Browne

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Betham-Edwards, M. (H.K. Browne (Phiz) Illustrations)
Published by London: Sampson Low nd. ? (1862)
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Book Description London: Sampson Low nd. ?, 1862. Apparently 1st edition. Hard cover. 48pp. Lots of coloured illustration, apparently hand-coloured - all with tissue-guards - complete. Decorated cover. All edges gilt. Lots of pages are loose, minor wear, bookplate and inscription on front endpapers, otherwise G SHIPPING COST WILL BE REDUCED ON THIS ITEM - CONTACT BOOKSELLER. Bookseller Inventory # 11994

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Betham-edwards, M.
Published by George Routledge & Sons Ltd., London (1883)
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Book Description George Routledge & Sons Ltd., London, 1883. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No dust jacket. Browne, H. K. (illustrator). First Edition. No date but adverts to rear panel include Kate Greenaway's four calendars for 1884 and Kate Greenaway's Almanack for 1884. 46 pages, colour lithographic b/w illustrations, letterpress title page and separate lithographed title page. Original printed colour glazed boards with green cloth spine, good with a little general wear and rubbing to extremities, slight loss of surface paper to rear board, corners a little worn. Contents clean and tight, front free end paper excised? No inscriptions, a little reading wear. A very good tight copy. Size: Small 4to (17 x 22cm). Bookseller Inventory # 013178

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M. Betham-Edwards
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Book Description Sampson Low, Son & Co., London. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. N. K. Browne (illustrator). Pub by Sampson Low, Son & Co., [n.d.], mid-19th Century w/ handwritten inscription dated 1866 inside front cover. Good cond. hardcover now in archival Brodart, no dj. Purple textured & blindstamped bds w/ muted gilt lettering on front cover. Lt-mdt wear & mdt fading to exterior. Top 1-3/4" of backstrip present but torn. Yellow eps w/ prev owner's name, place & date (1866) inside front cover. Binding slightly shaken, & cracked at pp32/33, but holding. Beautiful color illustrations w/ very light foxing, & w/ mdt foxing on tissue guards. 46pp. Square, straight & clean except as noted, overall Good cond. Same or next day shipping. Please email any questions. Bookseller Inventory # 005020

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Betham-Edwards, M.
Published by Sampson Low, Son & Co. 1862, London (1862)
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Book Description Sampson Low, Son & Co. 1862, London, 1862. Decorated Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. Browne, N. K. (illustrator). N.d. [c. 1862]. 47 pp. Publisher's blind-stamped and gilt decorated green cloth. All edges gilt. Very slight wear to extremities. Tiny spot to rear board. wear to front hinge. Lacks ffep. With the bookplate of John Fowles on front pastedown. Text within decorative borders. Lovely tissue-guarded colour illustrations. Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans. Bookseller Inventory # 5417

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Edwards, M. Betham
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Book Description George Routledge & Sons, London. Hardcover. First. N.d. (circa 1875) Periwinkle cloth decorated in black, silver and orange. 48 pps. with color illustrations by N.K. Brown and decorated borders on text pages. A tight, near fine copy, silver gilt bright, scattered occasional foxing but all illustrations bright. Rear blank is torn but nothing lacking. A very nice copy of a scarce book. Bookseller Inventory # E942B

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Edwards, M. Betham (illustrated by N. K. Browne)
Published by Sampson Low, Son & Co. n.d. c1864, London (1864)
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Book Description Sampson Low, Son & Co. n.d. c1864, London, 1864. HC. Book Condition: good+, green cloth (hardcover). color illustrations (illustrator). 47pp Christmas inscription on the front free endpaper dated Dec. 25th 64. Bookseller Inventory # 058782

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Betham-Edwards, M. (Mary Matilda Betham) / H. K. Browne ("Phiz")
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Book Description Sampson Low, Son & Co., London. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. N. K. Brown (illustrator). First Edition?. With color illustrations by N.K. Brown and decorated borders on text pages. Scattered occasional foxing but all illustrations bright. No date. printed by Edmund Evans; elaborate gilt title on front red board; yellow endpapers; some of the illustrations still have the tissue guards. woodblock bordered illustrations and each story with a fine decorative border; dark umber print; Juvenile hardback. The first snowflake fairy tells of a poor Swiss mountain boy whose old dog is sold to an English lady traveler. Children must have loved this book. Very fine blocks by Browne, all in verse, the work of a minor romantic Victorian poet (1836 - 1919). Profusely illustrated. 1850s?. Bookseller Inventory # 004011

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Edwards (M. Betham)
Published by Sampson Low Son & Co (1862)
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Book Description Sampson Low Son & Co, 1862. frontispiece, additional title-page, and 10 pages of text printed in colour (the last page with a light pencil scribble over image), pp. 46, [2], 8vo, original green cloth blocked overall in blind, a central frame and illustration on front board blocked in gilt, spine also blocked in gilt, gutta-percha partially perished with title-pages and first leaf of text consequently loose, ownership inscriptions on front flyleaf of T. Tindall Wildridge and 'C.L. Dodgson', with printed booklabel 'This was the property of Lewis Carroll' to front board, a bit rubbed, sound. The inscription 'C.L. Dodgson', although in purple ink (which Dodgson famously used), is clearly not by him, being written using a broad-nibbed pen and in handwriting completely alien to Dodgson's personal style. It could be an early (and poor) forgery, or it could be a later addition meant to confirm a known (or believed) provenance. The 'Property label' on the front board, according to Lovett, was 'perhaps.provided for buyers who wished to identify their purchases' at the Sotheby's 1902 sale of books purportedly from Carroll's library and seems not to go back any further than there. This particular title is not listed by Lovett in Lewis Carroll Among His Books, or in any of the sources reproduced in Stern's Lewis Carroll, Bibliophile. However, in the absence of positive evidence there is no proof that the book did not belong to Dodgson. The next owner, Thomas Tindall Wildridge, was an antiquary who is recorded as having made a group of pen-and-ink drawings of Alice and other characters, reproduced c.1910 as halfpenny postcards titled 'A Lewis Carroll Pageant', so his interest in owning something from Dodgson's library would be appropriate and he may have attended the early library sales. On the other hand, he may have been duped by an unscrupulous seller who had access to the 'Property' labels. Bookseller Inventory # 54053

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