Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn, tape stains on front pastedown, library stamps on title page and rear endpapers, a couple of small tears. Nice color lithograph illustrations. A biography of America's first president, George Washington.; Ex-Library; 4to 11"-13" tall; 60 pages.
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..
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