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View additional info Potter, Beatrix The tale of Mr Tod. First edition, first or second issue, 16mo, 15 coloured plates by Beatrix Potter, original buff boards, occasional light spotting, slight tear to lower joint; [Ibid.] The tale of Pigling Bland. First edition, first or second issue, 16mo, 15 coloured plates by Beatrix Potter, original maroon boards, occasional light scribblings (2) Condition requests sent via email will be responded to at least one day prior to the auction start date. (Lacking both illustrated endpapers, tearing with loss to some of the pages.) Original blue pictorial cloth boards (detached from text block, lacking part of backstrip, worn). Our condition report has not been prepared by a professional conservator, restorer or engineer. Scarce in first edition View additional info Condition Disclaimer Under the Conditions of Sale applicable to the sale of the lot, buyers must satisfy themselves as to each and every aspect of the quality of the lot, including (without limitation) its authorship, attribution, condition, provenance, authenticity, age, suitability and origin.

Please note that we may be unable to respond immediately to requests sent in advance. View additional info and full condition report Potter, Beatrix The tailor of Gloucester. 12mo, first trade edition, early printing: paste-down endpapers (front and rear) are identical, free endpapers identical, original red covers, some fading to spine View additional info Ginger & Pickles by Beatrix Potter. Original tan pictorial boards with nine full page colour illustrations as well as 19 vignettes in black and white throughout. Front cover has a very small feint stain, one corner is bumped. First edition with all necessary points as per Quinby : Beatrix Potter A Bibliographical Check List, P. Lots are sold on an 'as is' basis but the actual condition of the lot may not be as good as indicated by its outward appearance.

View additional info and full condition report Potter (Beatrix) A pencil drawing of a Victorian street scene, graphite on faintly lined paper, signed "Helen Beatrix Potter" at foot, tissue-guard, very light toning to margins and one or two faint spots, 234 x 190mm., [c.1900].⁂ Accompanying the lot is a signed declaration by Anne S. Lankes, tipped in frontispiece, original cloth, decorative endpapers, interior clean; and another (2) View additional info Potter, Beatrix The story of a fierce bad rabbit. View additional info and full condition report Potter (Beatrix, attributed to) Pencil drawing titled "The Sisters", two women in 19th century dress, graphite on wove paper, initialled "H. P." bottom right, some light spotting and light surface soiling, 150 x 95mm., [c.1900].⁂ Accompanying the lot is a signed declaration by Anne S. 6 coloured plates, numerous illustrations in the text. Lots are sold on an 'as is' basis but the actual condition of the lot may not be as good as indicated by its outward appearance.

Hobbs stating that in her opinion "this drawing is by Beatrix Potter and that the signature is authentic. Hobbs stating that in her opinion "this drawing is probably by Beatrix Potter; the subject is very likely to have been copied from a fashion plate. Original green boards with tipped on illustration (light rubbing). In particular parts may have been replaced or renewed and lots may not be authentic or of satisfactory quality.

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She later served as Honorary Treasurer and acting Secretary of the Hawkshead and District Nursing Association. Original tan cloth boards with coloured pictorial label mounted on upper cover, with ORIGINAL GLASSINE WRAPPER (chipped with some loss). Please note that we may be unable to respond immediately to requests sent in advance. 4to, pictorial title-page, 18 coloured and other illustrations by Beatrix Potter, original red cloth, pictorial label on upper cover, [Linder p.427], repair to tear, other tears, some splitting at gutter, binding slightly worn, presentation inscription to front free endpaper (2) Condition requests sent via email will be responded to at least one day prior to the auction start date.

The receipt is housed in a custom double matte, with a printed photograph of the 1890 book 'A Happy Pair,' the first to ever publication to feature Potter's illustrations. View additional info and full condition report Potter, Beatrix Peter Rabbit's painting book. 4to, coloured plates and outline illustrations, original pictorial boards, collector's green cloth box, [Linder p.431], illustrations completed, spotting to boards, some restoration to colour of binding and minor wear to edges; [Ibid.] The roly-poly pudding. Please note that we may be unable to respond immediately to requests sent in advance. First edition, first or second issue, original blue-grey boards, front free end-paper and A1 stuck together, owner's colouring to title-page, splitting between gatherings at gutter; [Ibid.] The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes. First edition, first or second issue, original dark green boards, ownership inscription, frontispiece becoming loose; both 16mo, 27 coloured illustrations by Beatrix Potter (2) Condition requests sent via email will be responded to at least one day prior to the auction start date.

View additional info and full condition report Potter, Beatrix The Tale of Peter Rabbit. 12mo, first trade edition, first, second or third printing with "wept big tears" on p.51, picture of Mrs Mc Gregor on p.

14, original green boards with illustration of Peter Rabbit in his blue jacket to the upper cover, silver/grey endpapers with holly leaf floral design, "O"s on spine and upper board with dot in the middle, very sensitive repairs to joints and endpapers, first gathering re-attached, gift inscription dated "Christmas 1903" to front free endpaper, light crease to frontispiece, occasional light dust and slight foxing marks, slight bumping to spine ends and corners View additional info National Book League. Centenary Catalogue 1966, prepared by Leslie Linder, original wrappers, no dust-jacket, rubbed, 1966 § Linder (Enid & Leslie) The Art of Beatrix Potter, with an appreciation by Anne Carroll Moore, reprint, 1980 § Hobbs (Anne Stevenson) and Joyce Irene Whalley. ] [single endpaper repeated four times], 16mo, 27 colour illustrations, green boards, some children's pencil scribbles to page 80, bookseller's stamp to final endpaper, small part of upper spine chipped away, covers a little faded View additional info BEATRIX POTTER. A monochrome postcard, postmarked "Ashford [19]03", with a view of Old Swinford Manor, Great Chart, addressed to, "Mrs.