Good in Fair jacket. Illustrated paper covered boards with a matching dust jacket. Not price clipped. Folio. Unpaginated. Black and white and color illustrations throughout, using the process of stone lithography. A biographical story on the life of George Washington, written for children, and capturing the culture and times in which he lived. Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire were noted book authors and illustrators, most often collaborating on works, and winning the Caldecott Medal in 1940 for their book on Abraham Lincoln. FAIR jacket on a VERY GOOD book. Rear jacket panel with several large superficial scuffs/scrapes, resulting in the colored paper peeled away to the white beneath. General browning to the jacket, with minor soiling and a few small stains. Minor bumping, chipping and tearing along the extremities, with some curling and creasing. Light fading, browning and soiling to the book.
D'ualaire. Very Good- Illustrated with color lithographs and b&w drawings. Illustrated endpapers. Binding sound, interior clean and bright. Small gift inscription on ffep Illustrated paper over boards with blue cloth spine, moderate wear along edges and corners..
D'AULAIRE EDGAR AND INGRI. NEAR FINE in NoNE jacket. SOLID CLEAN AND BRIGHT A BEAUTIFUL WELL PRESRVED TEXTBLOCK REALLY EXCEPTIONAL CONDITION SMALL PREVIOUS OWNERS STAMP VERY BRIGHT COVER WITH ONE SMALL SCRATCH TO THE BOTTOM OF FRONT VERY LIGHT WEAR TO TIPS MINIMAL FLAKING AROUND EDGES A REALLY NICE COPY.
Very Good. First edition. Hardcover, no dust jacket. Pages are clean, crisp and unmarked. Binding is tight, Hinges strong. Covers shows some rubbing on edges. A very nice copy! ; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
Good. Illustrated by the authors. Stated first edition. Edge worn, showing separation at the hinges, previous owner's name on front free endpaper, else good in dark blue cloth and illustrated boards. No dust jacket.
Illustrated by Ingri & Edgar Parin D'Aulaire. Good+ in Very Good-dust jacket. Text is clean. Large tear to half title page extending more than half the length of the page. Cover shows some wear, with light rubbing at head and base of spine. Dust jacket shows some wear, with light edgewear and several small snags along rear flap. Chipping at ends of spine. Early printing, but not a first.; [ Bloom, Who Should We Then Read? , pp. 91-93]; Color Illustrations; 60 pages.
D'AULAIRE INGRI AND EDGAR. VERY GOOD in NoNE jacket. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED BLACK SPINE VERY NICE WITH BLUE PICTORIAL COVER VERY BRIGHT CORNERS BUMPED SOME WEAR BY FOREDGE FIRM BOOK SOME RUBBING AT BOTTOM CORNER ON FOREDGE SIDE A VERY NICE COPY.
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