Titre : The Tapestry Room.
Éditeur : New York: Macmillan, 1886/1879; green cloth with stamped black and gilt decoration and titles; black endpapers, 7 plates and vignette as issued (Two Christmas angels now bound as frontis); small 8vo; 237 pp.
Date d'édition : 1886
Reliure : Hardcover
Illustrateur : /Walter Crane, illustrator.
CONDITION: Good Plus; gilt a bit rubbed on front, missing on darkened spine, 1/8" slant, slight bumps to extrems, very clean in and out. Juvenile hardcover. Dudu the Raven accompanies the two children through the tapestry to a world of the past. A more formal guide than the cuckoo! ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. /Walter Crane, illustrator. N° de réf. du libraire 17495
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EIN: 91 1816469
ABN: Columbia Basin Books
Description de la librairie : We specialize in children's quality literature and picture books, and take pride in our condition and shipment standards. About 10,000 children's titles are listed on our own webpage at oldchildrensbooks.com, which has many photos, a detailed search engine, and general information and links. We have long experience with children's literature and are delighted to respond to questions about books and authors. We are happy to answer inquiries for titles, authors, topics or themes. We also have about 500 titles in folk music. We also have a general collection of about 8000 titles inc. @ 400 in folk music, 1000 in Western Americana, etc. We observe the Antiquarian Bookman / ABAA professional guidelines on grading and returns (which too often these days are not followed) and are members of IOBA and PAUBA.