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(David McKay Company, 1914)
Here is the presumed first American edition. I have the 1914 Tuck edition from England, which seems identical except for the cover. This is a lovely book. It has twelve beautiful colored illustrations, among which The ...
(Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd.,, 1914)
I already have one copy of this lovely book, purchased from Yesterday's Memories in April, 1987. This copy, bought in 2000, has a 1914 inscription at its front and advertisements at the end of the book. Several of its ...
(Raphael Tuck & Sons LTD.,, 1912)
I already have two copies of Vredenburg and Noble's work published by Raphael Tuck and Sons. But this book in poor condition brings new information and has a different cover. The information upsets what I had taken as ...