Watercolor paintings depict the varied world of Edwardian entertainment, from an evening at the opera or music hall to a day at the beach or zoo, or an afternoon of bicycling or croquet.Watercolor paintings depict the varied world of Edwardian entertainment, from an evening at the opera or music hall to a day at the beach or zoo, or an afternoon of bicycling or croquet.Read Less
Fine in Fine jacket. Unpaginated, approximately 64 pp. First American edition. Color illustrations of Edwardian entertainments including the circus, theatre, and charity balls. Both book and jacket in as-new condition.
Illustrated by Goodall, John S. Very good in very good dust jacket. A picture-book showing how our grandparent and great-grandparents enjoyed themselves in their evenings at the theatre, the music-hall and the circus and during the day at fairs, at race-meetings, at the zoo, on the river, at the seaside and in the country. Superb colour transforming pictures throughout, no text. Small oblong format. Blue boards with gilt title to spine and decoration to front. Light fading to cover edges. Contents are beautifully bright. Wrapper is faded to spine, with light edge-creasing. [S]
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