Franklin, NH: Hillside Press, 1967.
51pp. One of 210 copies. With four full-page black & white illustrations. Four of Andersen's classic fairy tales, told in a diminutive format. Extremely fine in gilt-stamped, polished navy blue leather. (2 5/16 by 1 7/8; 59x47mm). ... more
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NY: Brentano's, (1916).
Quarto. 320pp. First American edition of Harry Clarke's first illustrated book. Illustrated throughout with twenty-four full-page plates in black & white, as well as numerous vignettes, and with sixteen tipped-in color plates with tissue guards. Clarke's detailed Art Nouveau-inspired illustrations reflect the revival of eighteenth-century aesthetics made popular by Aubrey... more
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Cleveland Heights, OH: Borrower's Press, 1982.
28pp. One of an edition of 300 copies signed by Jane Bernier. With eight pages of hand-colored illustrations. Fine in half-cloth and gilt-stamped cream boards. (Bradbury, p. 34). (13/16 by 9/16; 20x15mm). ... more
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NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1981.
Small quarto. 162pp. One of 350 deluxe copies, signed by the illustrator and with an original drawing by him. In this copy, Hague has drawn an majectic leaping stag on the second endleaf. Illustrated throughout with a frontispiece and many full-color plates for each story. Contains a selection of Andersen's... more
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Dallas: Somesuch Press, 1994.
(12), 28pp. One of 250 copies. Illustrated throughout in color by Erik Blegved, across six two-page spreads, and with pictorial endpapers. With an introduction describing the story's origins and how Andersen changed his original ending for the story to give it a satirical twist. Fine in burgundy cloth, with a... more
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