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Children's Picture Book

Children's Picture Book

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  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
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Pretty Toy Pictures. New York: Dutton & Co., c. 1900. Unpaginated. Victorian Children's Picture Book. Color illustrations with singsong verse describing everyday objects: "Now here we've a lantern, a spade, and a broom/Which Molly will use when she sweeps out the room". Thick boards, all edges red. Cloth spine expertly replaced. Rubbing to boards, Owner's inscription: "Willard/Christmas 1901 from Harry," in pencil. Orig. color illustrated boards, blue cloth spine. Very good. Hardcover.

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