Juvenile books McLoughlin Burgess c.1850-60's era childrens lot x 5 hand coloredBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
Lot of five different mid-19th century juvenile books, all with original hand color.
Condition varies, all show signs of age and handling, given the intended audience was children all remain in acceptable condition.
The Story of the Two Bulls.
New York, Daniel Burgess & Co. 1856.
Dame Wonders' Picture Books. The Orphan Girl.
New York, John McLoughlin, Publisher. c.1855-60.
Dame Wonder's Series: Mary Goodchild.
New York, John McLoughlin, Publisher. c.1860's.
Old Mother Hubbard.
New York, McLoughlin Bros. c.1860's. Poor physical condition, pages are all separated and now loose.
Merry Pictures for Little People.
New York, Leavitt & Allen. c.1855-63. With a profusion of120 hand colored woodcuts spread across 12 different stories in this compilation. Original gilt embossed cloth covers, spine rebacked.
Tallest book measures: 10 1/2" H X 6 3/4" W.
Shortest book measures: 7 1/2" H X 4 1/2" W.