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Lassie Come-Home - Eric Knight

1940 - John C. Winston Company, Chicago - First Edition
Rare first edition of perhaps the world's best known dog story, Lassie’s separation from her destitute family, escape from her new owner and epic journey from the North of Scotland back to Yorkshire.

With wonderful illustrations by Marguerite Kirmse.

In the 1943 movie a 10 year old Elizabeth Taylor played the Duke’s grand daughter.
 
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Price HK$ 6,200



1881 - George Routledge & Sons, London - First Edition
A near fine early edition of this Girl’s annual, which was published between 1878 and 1886. Wonderfully illustrated throughout, in colour and monochrome, by some of the best Children’s illustrators of the time including Kate Greenaway who provides the colour title page and frontispiece.

Over 500 pages of stories, poetry, puzzles, music, proverbs, history, and useful pieces on ‘what girl’s can do’ such as etching, needlework, and cookery.
 
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The Pooh Books - When We Were Very Young; Winnie the Pooh; Now We Are Six; and The House at Pooh Corner - A. A. Milne, Ernest H. Shepard (illustrator)

1924 - Methuen & Co. Ltd., London - First Editions
'Pooh looked at his two paws. He knew that one of them was the right, and he knew that when you had decided which one of them was the right, then the other one was the left, but he never could remember how to begin.'

A lovely set of the Pooh books, finely bound to match their respective original published colours, neatly housed in a slip case.

'Winnie the Pooh' listed in Modern Library's Top 100 Novels [1998].
 
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1926 - Methuen & Co. Ltd, London - First Edition
‘On Wednesday, when the sky is blue, And I have nothing else to do, I sometimes wonder if it's true That who is what and what is who.’

A lovely copy of the first edition, in a bright example of the original dust jacket, of A.A. Milne’s most famous children’s story.

Winnie was the name of the Canadian Black Bear at London Zoo, befriended by Christopher Robin, and originally the Mascot of the 2nd Canadian Infantry Brigade. The Pooh is believed to have come from the name of a royal swan in the park and the two combined by Christopher Robin himself.
 
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Five Children And It - E. Nesbit

1902 - T. Fisher Unwin, London - First Edition
A magical tale, illustrated by H. R. Millar with forty-six black and white plates.

Cyril, Athena, Robert, Jane, and baby brother, Lamb, are exploring the land around the house their parents have rented for the summer when they find the sandpit. They decide to dig a hole straight through to Australia. Their plan is interrupted when Athena discovers a magical creature hiding in the sand. It is a Psammead, and it can grant wishes.
 
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The Story of the Treasure Seekers. Being the Adventures of the Bastable Children in Search of a Fortune. - Edith Nesbit, Gordon Brown and Lewis Baumer (illustrators)

1899 - T. Fisher Unwin, London - First Edition
A lovely unrestored and unfoxed first edition of Edith Nesbit’s first book. Illustrated with seventeen full page black and white plates.

When their father's business fails, the six Bastable children decide to restore the family fortunes. But although they think of many ingenious ways to do so, their well meant efforts are either more fun than profitable, or lead to trouble...

The messages intertwined amongst the various adventures make this a book that adults may actually find more entertaining than they expected, especially if read previously as a child.
 
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The Story of Miss Moppet - Beatrix Potter

1906 - Frederick Warne & Co., London & New York - First Edition First Printing
‘At the beginning of 1906 Beatrix Potter was also planning some stories for very young children. Each story contained fourteen pictures and fourteen pages of simple text, mounted on a long strip of linen, and folded concertina-wise into a wallet with a tuck-in flap.’ Only two titles were published in this format.

This is a rare example of one of those stories, stunning when unfolded to it's full length of eight feet (2.492 metres), and housed in a custom clamshell case of green morocco over cloth, spine titled in gilt, interior lined with black felt.

As a result of the delicateness of this format, they only produced two small print runs, so complete and unrestored copies are scarce.
 
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The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle - Beatrix Potter

1905 - Frederick Warne and Co, New York - First American Edition
Once upon a time there was a little girl called Lucie, who lived at a farm called Little-town.

One of Beatrix Potter’s most successful characters, inspired by her pet hedgehog of the same name, and Kitty MacDonald a Scottish washerwoman.

Presented in a pretty, handmade, custom clamshell case by Temple Bookbinders of Oxford.
 
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