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Hans Andersen
EDMUND DULAC Fairy Tales of HANS ANDERSEN limited edtion 750 COPIES SIGNED FINE
Hodder and Stoughton, 1911. The Fairy Tales of Hans Andersen, First Limited Edition, signed by Edmund Dulac. Limited to 750 copies, issued by Hodder and Stoughton in 1911. Illustrated with 28 color lithographs. Full vellum with gilt design to upper board and gilt spine. Pictorial, decorated endpapers - with pale green peacocks drawings after Edmund Dulac. All of the lithographs are on edged mounts with a decorated blank opposite, with the frontispiece under a captioned tissue. Substantial oversized quarto, top edge gilt, other edges uncut. This volume is profusely illustrated and decorated, with the text pages on heavy antique type paper. Book condition: A gorgeous copy. Occasional light spots or light stains, pages adjacent to the edged lithographs mounts slightly offset as is typical. All illustrations and tissues are in fine condition without creases or marks. SHIPPING: ⦁ We ship worldwide at cost by Recorded mail, DHL, FedEX, Parcelforce, and other trackable couriers ⦁ We combine shipping on multiple purchases ⦁ Items are carefully packaged, insured and labelled. ⦁ Mainland UK postage is approximated and stated for buyers' convenience. PAYMENT: ⦁ Payment by Paypal or Bank transfer by prior arrangement. ⦁ Payment to be received within fourteen days. We do our best to accurately describe the age, origin, manufacturer and all attributes of each and every object, however this remains our opinion and not a guarantee or a warranty. We provide quality photographs and describe the object in detail including notable faults or defects that we. If you have any queries about the it … [Click Below for Full Description]
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