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01/24/2021 03:53 PM
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(8) ASSORTED ANTIQUE CHILDREN BOOKS

Age: varies

Size: varies
Composition : paper

Rating: 7-6

Comments: Assorted (8) Antique Children Books. In this lot of children’s antique books: Mothers Stories 1897- In the Chimney Corner a volume of original pictures , stories and verses.- Annual Mammoth Book fairy tales mother goose bed-time stories and black beauty by Florence Sarah Winship 1944- Mother Goose Book of Nursery Rhymes by McLoughlin Bros. Inc Springfield Ma. – Aunt Virginia’s Christmas Book by Hurst & Co New York – Fairy Favorites 1897 – The Skating Party by C.F. Daley – and Mother Goose Rhymes 1922. All wonderful Antique children’s books. Some beautiful illustrations. Some loose bindings and yellow pages. Good to preview the conditions of the (8) books.

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