Children's Books 19th century collection x 10 illustrated gilt cloth Indians ParleyBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
Lot of ten (10) 19th century juvenile books. All in publishers cloth with gilt spine lettering and decorations, blindstamped covers, all illustrated with wood engravings or line drawings.
List of titles:
Five (5) books from Aunt Hatties Library, by Aunt Hattie.
c. 1867, Boston, Henry A. Young & Co.
The Lost Kittn.
The Sheep and Lambs.
Ida's New Shoes.
Maggie and the Mice.
The Rollo Series, Learning to Talk.
c. 1855, Boston, Phillips, Sampson, and Company.
Fireside Reading. Traits and Anecdotes of Birds and Fishes, by Rev. D. W. Clark, D. D.
1861, Cincinnati, R. P. Thompson, Printer.
Thrilling Stories of the Forest and Frontier, by an Old Hunter.
1859, Philadelphia, H. C. Peck & Theo. Bliss.
Pictorial Life of General Lafayette; Embracing Anecdotes Illustrative of his Character.
1847, Philadelphia, Lindsay and Blakiston.
Robert Merry's Museum.
1847, New York, G. W. and S. O. Post.
Overall condition is entirely acceptable for children's books of this era, typical mostly normal and light signs of useage and wear, video captures condition better than words.
Tallest book measures: 9" H X 6" W.
Shortest book measures: 6" H X 4 1/8" W.
Set along the shelf measures: 8 1/2".