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A Treasury of Pleasure Books for Young Children - Joseph Cundall - 1850. 
Grant and Griffith, London 1850 - In-8Â° reliÃ© demi-chagrin de l'Ã©poque, dos Ã cinq nerfs, titre gravÃ©. 100 planches hors-texte lithographiÃ©es en couleurs. Coins cornÃ©s. Un accroc Ã la coiffe infÃ©rieure. Sinon trÃ¨s bel exemplaire ----Very scarce first edition of Joseph Cundall's retelling of 21 classic children's tales inc Simple Simon, Little Bo-Peep, Tom the Piper's son and the Three Bears, in which Cundall made the female lead a young girl rather than an old women, although it was half a century later she was first called Goldilocks. Norwich-born Cundall, who published the book in association with Grant and Griffith, was a children's book publisher and prominent Victorian photographer. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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