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Vintage 1923 colour childrens print illustrated by Anne Anderson entitled " I Never Offered You a Chocolate" It Said. The print was retrieved from the 10th year of The Chummy Book edited by Edwin Chisolm and shows a young boy standing talking to a mail box.

Anne Anderson (1874—1930) was a prolific Scottish illustrator, primarily known for her art nouveau children's book illustrations, although she also painted, etched and designed greeting cards. Her style of painting was influenced by her contemporaries, Charles Robinson, Mabel Lucie Attwell and Jessie Marion King and was similar to that of her husband, Alan Wright.

The print measures 7.5 x 9.75 inches (19.5 x 25.25cms.) and is in very good vintage condition considering it is 89 years old. Although there are some fingermarks around the white margin this would be concealed when the print is matted and framed. (Please note the print is much brighter than the scan reveals.)

All my prints are originals and will be shipped in a card based envelope.

This print would look beautiful hanging on a childs bedroom wall.

Other Anne Anderson listings include -

1923 Anne Anderson Vintage Childrens Print Young Boy Talking To A Postbox. Ideal For Framing


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: paper, ink
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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