Toujours je dessine, colore et m'amuse avec mon Alphabet Pochoir. Modèle. Déposé (cover title).
Toujours je dessine, colore et m'amuse avec mon Alphabet Pochoir. Modèle. Déposé (cover title).
Toujours je dessine, colore et m'amuse avec mon Alphabet Pochoir. Modèle. Déposé (cover title).
Toujours je dessine, colore et m'amuse avec mon Alphabet Pochoir. Modèle. Déposé (cover title).
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Toujours je dessine, colore et m'amuse avec mon Alphabet Pochoir. Modèle. Déposé (cover title).

Prado, Marseille: (c. 1930s). A black four-flap enclosure containing materials for a children's pochoir alphabet. The enclosure was sealed with a paper label printed in red and green. Inside is a seven-part accordion-fold piece of card, printed in color on one side. Each letter has a cutout stencil, as well as an illustration and examples of the character in uppercase, lowercase, and cursive. Instructions for using the stencils are printed on the first panel of the card. The stencil card is accompanied by a small black & white guide sheet that reproduces each letter's illustration. The front of the enclosure has small holes that reveal six discs of watercolor paint below—blue, white, red, yellow, purple, and green. The paints are attractively stamped with the type of paint they are and the letters "PBO,' and are clearly unused. The yellow has a detailed wyvern at its center, with the words "PBO - couleurs sans danger," or color without danger. Considering that PBO stands for lead oxide, these paints are far from "without danger." Accordion-fold card shows crease to the first panel, short closed tear to the letter N, and expected wear to folds. Paints dusty, and overall wear to enclosure with creases between paint holes and loss of black coating to edges and folds. A rare set, unrecorded in OCLC. Item #27588

Price: $450.00

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