Juvenile lot x 10 scarce illustrated early 19th century 1800's books woodcutsBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
Nice lot of ten early juvenile books, all in their original publisher's bindings. Most contain woodcuts or wood engravings.
The New Children in the Wood; or, the Welch Cottagers, by Elizabeth Somerville.
1802, London, F. Cundee. Marbled paper covered boards.
A Secret Revealed; or, The Story of Minnie McDougal.
c. 1862, Philadelphia,American Sunday School Union.
Tales for Youth Containing:
Frank and George, or the Prison Friends.
1828, New York, N. B. Holmes.
Christmas Day; or, The Friends.
1829, New York, N. B. Holmes.
Maria's Reward; or, The Voice of the Dead.
1827, Hartford, D. F. Robinson & Co.
The Errand Boy, by Mrs. Sherwood.
Philadelphia, American Sunday School Union.
First Lessons on Natural Philosophy, For Children, Part Second, by Miss Mary A. Swift.
1846, Hartford, Belknap and Hamersly.
Songs, Divine and Moral, by Isaac Watts, D. D.
c. 1846, Philadelphia, American Sunday School Union. Marbled paper covered boards.
c. 1863, New York, American Tract Society.
Helen of the Glen, by Robert Pollok, A. M.
1841, Boston, William C. Perry.
The Paradise of Children.
c. 1838, New York, American Sunday School Union. Marbled paper covered boards.
Shortest book measures: 5 1/2" H X 3 1/2" W.
Tallest book measures: 6 1/4" H X 4" W.
Set along the shelf measures: 4 1/2".