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The Baby's Own Aesop
(George Routledge and Sons, 1887)
At last I have the Routledge first edition. How wonderful! The colors are excellent. The early pages are a delight, featuring, e.g., owls with spectacles on the title page. The illustrations are differently colored and ...
(London: William Heinemann/NY: Doubleday, Page, and Co., 1912)
T of C and list of illustrations. Both the colored and black-and-white illustrations are very well done. The colored illustrations come alive in this early edition, e.g., The Crab and His Mother, The Blackamoor, 2P, Venus ...
Aesop's Fables: The Holland Edition of 1659
(The Halford Sauce Company, 1897)
As often happens, something I had never seen before has reappeared within six months. And as often happens, I thought I was buying a second copy of exactly the same booklet I already had. It turns out that this is the ...
Some of Aesop's Fables with Modern Instances.
(MacMillan and Co., 1883)
Compare this fine copy, though with a highly flexible blue cover, with the first edition four years earlier from MacMillan in London and with the first edition four years earlier from MacMillan in New York. The illustrations ...
The Aesop for Children
(Rand McNally, 1919)
We have already in the collection four copies of the first edition of this book. This copy I will list under its own ID number. I believe that it may be the earliest. It has white rather than gold printing on its spine ...