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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens - IIlustrated by Arthur Rackham This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. See all our books here, order more than 1 book and get discounted shipping. .


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  • Seller image for Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens for sale by St Paul's Bookshop P.B.F.A.

    J.M. Barrie

    Published by Folio Society, London, 2005

    Seller: St Paul's Bookshop P.B.F.A., Peterborough, United Kingdom

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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Folio Society, 2nd printing 2005. A fine hardback copy housed in the publisher's slipcase (some handling wear to one side, including a small dent to top corner). Green buckram binding with gold figural border. Large, quarto size. Beautifully illustrated with tipped-in colour plates by Arthur Rackham. Frontis. 148pp. PLEASE NOTE! DUE TO HEAVY WEIGHT, OVERSEAS SHIPPING IS EXTRA AT ACTUAL COST!.

  • Barrie, J M

    Published by Folio Society, London, 2005

    Seller: Ardis Books, Fareham, United Kingdom

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    Hardback. Condition: Near Fine. Arthur Rackham (illustrator). Reprint. 2005 Reprint. Near Fine Hardback. Tiny spot of green dye on leading page edges. No inscriptions or bookplates. Near Fine slipcase. Slight marks to panels of slipcase. Large volume (around 12 x 15 inches). A modern reproduction of the 1912 original, complete with Arthur Rackham's beautiful drawings. 12 tipped-in colour plates and additional 22 b/w line drawings by Rackham. 150 pages. Before the time of Wendy, Tinker Bell and Captain Hook, before even Never-Never Land itself, Peter Pan was an ordinary baby. All babies, having been birds before they were humans, were 'a little wild during the first few weeks, and very itchy about the shoulders, where their wings used to be'. But, unlike other babies, Peter decided to escape and flew away over the rooftops back to Kensington Gardens. But it was by no means a simple matter for Peter to resume life as a bird and, as is pointed out to him early on by Solomon Caw, his destiny is to be a 'Betwixt-and Between'. From being trapped on the island in the Serpentine and escaping in a boat made out of a bird's nest, to learning the ways of the fairies whose best trick is to pretend to be something else, usually a flower Peter Pan's adventures in the enchanted world of 'the little people' are where the legend began. Peter Pan was created by the novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie (1860-1937) to preserve the memory of a younger brother who had died as a child. After the phenomenal success of the stage version, in which Barrie introduced the characters and settings we know so well today, Hodder and Stoughton commissioned Arthur Rackham in 1905 to illustrate a special gift edition of the original stories. The twelve colour plates in this facsimile edition, together with the black-and-white line drawings, are among Rackham's finest and a reminder of why the Edwardian years were the golden age of book illustration. Brilliantly capturing the landscape of the gardens, with their broad tree-lined avenues, shimmering lakes and romantic glades, Rackham fills this Arcadia with a dazzling array of fairies and spirits, who dance on spiders' webs, argue with the birds and make mischief with the park signs. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. UK Postage 3.40; Airmail to USA and Canada 28.80; Airmail to Rest of the World (except the EU), 28.80. We no longer export to the EU due to slow and lost deliveries, and excessive and unpredictable charges since Brexit). We only use airmail as surface mail can take up to 10 weeks.

  • Barrie, J M

    Published by Folio Society, London, 2004

    Seller: Ardis Books, Fareham, United Kingdom

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    Hardback. Condition: Fine. Arthur Rackham (illustrator). First Thus. 2004 First Thus. Fine Hardback. No inscriptions or bookplates. Very Good+ slipcase. Some marks to panels of slipcase. Large volume (around 12 x 15 inches). A modern reproduction of the 1912 original, complete with Arthur Rackham's beautiful drawings. 12 tipped-in colour plates and additional 22 b/w line drawings by Rackham. Rackham selected 12 of the original 50 colour plates from the first edition and redrew them for a version in the Peter Pan Portfolio in 1912. These are reproduced here. 150 pages. Before the time of Wendy, Tinker Bell and Captain Hook, before even Never-Never Land itself, Peter Pan was an ordinary baby. All babies, having been birds before they were humans, were 'a little wild during the first few weeks, and very itchy about the shoulders, where their wings used to be'. But, unlike other babies, Peter decided to escape and flew away over the rooftops back to Kensington Gardens. But it was by no means a simple matter for Peter to resume life as a bird and, as is pointed out to him early on by Solomon Caw, his destiny is to be a 'Betwixt-and Between'. From being trapped on the island in the Serpentine and escaping in a boat made out of a bird's nest, to learning the ways of the fairies whose best trick is to pretend to be something else, usually a flower Peter Pan's adventures in the enchanted world of 'the little people' are where the legend began. Peter Pan was created by the novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie (1860-1937) to preserve the memory of a younger brother who had died as a child. After the phenomenal success of the stage version, in which Barrie introduced the characters and settings we know so well today, Hodder and Stoughton commissioned Arthur Rackham in 1905 to illustrate a special gift edition of the original stories. The twelve colour plates in this facsimile edition, together with the black-and-white line drawings, are among Rackham's finest and a reminder of why the Edwardian years were the golden age of book illustration. Brilliantly capturing the landscape of the gardens, with their broad tree-lined avenues, shimmering lakes and romantic glades, Rackham fills this Arcadia with a dazzling array of fairies and spirits, who dance on spiders' webs, argue with the birds and make mischief with the park signs. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. UK Postage 3.40; Airmail to USA and Canada 28.80; Airmail to Rest of the World (except the EU), 28.80. We no longer export to the EU due to slow and lost deliveries, and excessive and unpredictable charges since Brexit). We only use airmail as surface mail can take up to 10 weeks.

  • J.M. Barrie

    Published by Folio Society

    Seller: OwlsBooks, Toledo, OH, U.S.A.

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    Unknown Binding. Condition: GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, will have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.

  • Barrie, J M

    Published by Folio Society, London, 2005

    Seller: Ardis Books, Fareham, United Kingdom

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    Hardback. Condition: Fine. Arthur Rackham (illustrator). Reprint. 2005 Reprint. Fine Hardback. No inscriptions or bookplates. Fine slipcase. Large volume (around 12 x 15 inches). A modern reproduction of the 1912 original, complete with Arthur Rackham's beautiful drawings. 12 tipped-in colour plates and additional 22 b/w line drawings by Rackham. 150 pages. Before the time of Wendy, Tinker Bell and Captain Hook, before even Never-Never Land itself, Peter Pan was an ordinary baby. All babies, having been birds before they were humans, were 'a little wild during the first few weeks, and very itchy about the shoulders, where their wings used to be'. But, unlike other babies, Peter decided to escape and flew away over the rooftops back to Kensington Gardens. But it was by no means a simple matter for Peter to resume life as a bird and, as is pointed out to him early on by Solomon Caw, his destiny is to be a 'Betwixt-and Between'. From being trapped on the island in the Serpentine and escaping in a boat made out of a bird's nest, to learning the ways of the fairies whose best trick is to pretend to be something else, usually a flower Peter Pan's adventures in the enchanted world of 'the little people' are where the legend began. Peter Pan was created by the novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie (1860-1937) to preserve the memory of a younger brother who had died as a child. After the phenomenal success of the stage version, in which Barrie introduced the characters and settings we know so well today, Hodder and Stoughton commissioned Arthur Rackham in 1905 to illustrate a special gift edition of the original stories. The twelve colour plates in this facsimile edition, together with the black-and-white line drawings, are among Rackham's finest and a reminder of why the Edwardian years were the golden age of book illustration. Brilliantly capturing the landscape of the gardens, with their broad tree-lined avenues, shimmering lakes and romantic glades, Rackham fills this Arcadia with a dazzling array of fairies and spirits, who dance on spiders' webs, argue with the birds and make mischief with the park signs. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. UK Postage 3.40; Airmail to USA and Canada 28.80; Airmail to Rest of the World (except the EU), 28.80. We no longer export to the EU due to slow and lost deliveries, and excessive and unpredictable charges since Brexit). We only use airmail as surface mail can take up to 10 weeks.

  • Barrie, J.M.

    Published by Folio Society, London, 2005

    Seller: Idlegeniusbooks, London, United Kingdom

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    Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Rackham, Arthur (illustrator). 1st Edition. Nice Quality Folio Society Edition in Slipcase Published in 2005. All the Rackham Loose Leaf Coloured illustrations are present. Book is in Fine condition.No marks or inscriptions. Few Scuff marks to Slipcase.

  • Barrie J M

    Published by The Folio Society, 2004

    Seller: Lavender Fields Books PBFA, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

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    Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with twelve tipped in colour illustrations and many in black and white. (illustrator). All books outside UK sent airmail and over 40 tracked and inside UK signed for. PayPal accepted. First edition thus. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with twelve tipped in colour illustrations and many black and white.( all plates present as listed). Illustrated end papers. Large Folio size with a design by Francis Button, redrawn from Rackham's original. In green slip case.

  • J M Barrie

    Published by The Folio Society, 2004

    Seller: Strawberry Hill Books, Rotherfield, East Sussex, United Kingdom

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. 1st Thus. pp XVIII, 150. 1st printing. An unread book with 12 tipped in colour plates and 22 line drawings. A lovely book in a slipcase structurally as new that shows slight use.

  • Seller image for Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens : Illustrated by Arthur Rackham : Folio Society edition : First thus for sale by PW Books

    Barrie, J. M.

    Published by The Folio Society, London, United Kingdom, 2004

    Seller: PW Books, Andover, HANTS, United Kingdom

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    Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Rackham, Arthur (illustrator). 1st Edition. Folio Society edition, first printing, 2004. First thus. No jacket as issued. With original slipcase. Large format. Preface by David Wootton. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with twelve colour plates and numerous black and white drawings. All illustrations are present and in fine condition. Green slipcase is near fine with the odd small mark and the odd small bump/scratch. Boards are near fine with a hint of pushing to corners. Pages are clean and the binding is tight. Top edge of pages dyed grey. Small crease to last page. No other faults. A nice copy. Non UK shipping will be higher than that quoted due to weight. All books described honestly and accurately. Paypal accepted.

  • BARRIE, J. M.; RACKHAM, ARTHUR;

    Published by The Folio Society. 2005, 2005

    Seller: PROCTOR / THE ANTIQUE MAP & BOOKSHOP, DORCHESTER, United Kingdom

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    Hardback. Size 9.5 x 12.5 inches. In decorative green cloth covers with gilt to spine and front. With pictorial endpapers. Hard card slip case. A modern reproduction of the 1912 original. In very good condition with slipcase. Slight shelfwear to slipcase. 150pp. With 12 colour plates and 22 b&w line drawings by Arthur Rackham Preface by David Wootton. Before the time of Wendy, Tinker Bell and Captain Hook, before even Never-Never Land itself, Peter Pan was an ordinary baby. All babies, having been birds before they were humans, were 'a little wild during the first few weeks, and very itchy about the shoulders, where their wings used to be' But, unlike other babies, Peter decided to escape and flew away over the rooftops back to Kensington Gardens. But it was by no means a simple matter for Peter to resume life as a bird and, as is pointed out to him early on by Solomon Caw, his destiny is to be a 'Betwixt-and Between' From being trapped on the island in the Serpentine and escaping in a boat made out of a bird's nest, to learning the ways of the fairies whose best trick is to pretend to be something else, usually a flower Peter Pan's adventures in the enchanted world of 'the little people' are where the legend began. Peter Pan was created by the novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie (1860-1937) to preserve the memory of a younger brother who had died as a child. After the phenomenal success of the stage version, in which Barrie introduced the characters and settings we know so well today, Hodder and Stoughton commissioned Arthur Rackham in 1905 to illustrate a special gift edition of the original stories. The twelve colour plates in this facsimile edition, together with the black-and-white line drawings, are among Rackham's finest and a reminder of why the Edwardian years were the golden age of book illustration. Brilliantly capturing the landscape of the gardens, with their broad tree-lined avenues, shimmering lakes and romantic glades, Rackham fills this Arcadia with a dazzling array of fairies and spirits, who dance on spiders' webs, argue with the birds and make mischief with the park signs.

  • J M Barrie

    Published by Folio Society, London, 2004

    Seller: Edmonton Book Store, Edmonton, AB, Canada

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    Condition: good. Dust Jacket Condition: no dustjacket. Arthur Rackham (illustrator). 4to pp.150, in slip case, small white mark on the back cover, heavy book additional postage will apply. book.

  • 2005, 2nd printing. (hardcover) Fine. xviii, [4], 148pp, [2]. Folio. In slipcase. Slipcase with light shelfwear and previous owners name small and neat to ffep. Tight, bright, and clean. With Rackham's striking original illustrations throughout; tipped-in plates. A truly delightful volume, as much art as book. Printed on Caxton Wove paper by St. Edmundsbury Press. Bound by Cambridge University Press in full green buckram, blocked with Arthur Rackham's original design, redrawn by Frances Button. A large volume which may require additional postage. Please enquire.

  • Barrie, J.M.

    Published by The Folio Society, London, 2006

    Seller: Minotavros Books, ABAC ILAB, Whitby, ON, Canada

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Rackham, Arthur (illustrator). 4to. Third printing. Full green decorative cloth. Illustrated endpapers. xviii, 150 pp. [12] colour plates + B&W line drawings throughout. Top edge green. Fine condition in fine slipcase.

  • Barrie, J. M.; Wootton, David (Pref.)

    Published by The Folio Society, London, 2006

    Seller: Fahrenheit's Books, Denver, CO, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Rackham, Arthur (illustrator). Third printing, hardcover with green top edge treatment, book has a mild skew to the binding, and very slight bumps to the spine ends and lower cover corners, otherwise a solid, tight Very Good+ copy in a like slipcase, which has a light bump to the lower rear corner, slight rubbing to the panels, and a touch of shelfwear to the edges and other corners.

  • Seller image for Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (Main character: Peter Pan.) for sale by Burton Lysecki Books, ABAC/ILAB

    2004. (Folio) Fine. 150pp. In fine slipcase. Top edge stained greem, illustrated endpapers, 12 mounted color plates, illustrations. Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Locale: Kensington Gardens--London; London. Main character: Peter Pan. (Folio Society).

  • Barrie, J M (ill Arthur Rackham, preface David Wooton)

    Published by FOLIO SOCIETY, 2004

    Seller: HPB Inc., Dallas, TX, U.S.A.

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    hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Connecting readers with great books since 1972! Used books may not include companion materials, and may have some shelf wear or limited writing. We ship orders daily and Customer Service is our top priority!.

  • Barrie, J.M.

    Published by the Folio Society, London, 2005

    Seller: M & M Books, ATHENS, GA, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Vg. Dust Jacket Condition: Vg Plus. Arthur racleham (illustrator). 2nd Edition.

  • Barrie, J.M.

    Published by Folio Society, London, 2006

    Seller: Robert Gavora, Fine & Rare Books, ABAA, Talent, OR, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Rackham, Arthur (illustrator). First edition thus, second printing. Beautiful color illustrations by Rackham tipped in. Small folio in size. Bound in green cloth with lettering, illutrations and border in gilt and red. 149 pages. Very fine, issued without dust jacket, with publisher's slipcase. A new, unread copy. Book.

  • Edmund Dulac; Arthur Rackham; F. D. Bedford; Peter Pan; Hodder & Stoughton, London publishers; J. M. Barrie; Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch

    Published by All three items by Hodder & Stoughton Warwick Square London E.C. All undated. Dulac 'Christmas List' from ; and new 6/- net edition of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens dating from the same year. Bedford 'Christmas List' from 1911, 1910

    Seller: Richard M. Ford Ltd, London, United Kingdom

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    Three pieces of ephemera from a golden period of English children s book illustration. All three items printed on shiny paper, and all worn and discoloured. ONE: Hodder & Stoughton s Christmas List , with advertisement for Edmund Dulac s edition of A. T. Quiller-Couch s The Sleeping Beauty on cover. 20pp, folio. With rusting staples. Folded once. Undated, but containing items published in 1910, apart from the cover item, which appears to have been published in 1912. It is described here as The Gift Book of the Year , For Lovers of the Beautiful in Art and in Book-making : Edition de Luxe. All subscribed. Cloth edition 15/- net . On the second page (the reverse of the cover leaf) is a full-page advertisement for Rackham s Peter Pan Portfolio . The fourth page of the list carries an almost-full-page advertisement for Rackham s illustrated edition of J. M. Barrie s Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens ( The most famous Gift-Book of Modern Times ). A large number of other titles are advertised, including an edition of Dickens illustrated in a bookcase, and Art Calendars shown hangin` g on a wall. The advertisements continue to the nineteenth page, and the twentieth (the back cover) carries an order form. TWO: Handbill prospectus for the new 6/- net edition of J. M. Barrie s Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens , illustrated by Rackham. (This is the same edition as advertised on the fourth page of Item One, and hence must date from 1910.) 4pp, 12mo. On bifolium. Illustration of book in dustwrapper on cover, with basic information. The central pages contain laudatory text, and the back cover carries an order form. THREE: Hodder & Stoughton s Christmas List , with full-page advertisement for the fifth edition of F. D. Bedford s edition of Peter and Wendy by J. M. Barry . 32pp, foolscap 8vo. Printed in the same pea-green as Item One. Also with rusted staples, and folded once. Undated, but advertising works largely published in 1911. (T. H. Darlow s edition of The Letters of George Borrow to the British and Foreign Bible Society is described as A literary event. ) Ten versos are filled with a total of forty illustrations (four to each page), either of scenes from books or of portraits of authors. In addition the back cover illustrates four dustwrappers (works by Harold Begbie, Evelyn Tempest, Andrul and R. Austin Freeman. See Image.