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  1. Timmy Tiptoes, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, Jemima Puddle-duck, and the Tailor of Gloucester.
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    POTTER, Beatrix.

    Timmy Tiptoes, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, Jemima Puddle-duck, and the Tailor of Gloucester. 1986

    £75

    A collection of four colour lithographs depicting Timmy Tiptoes, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, Jemima Puddle-duck, and the Tailor of Gloucester. Read more

  2. Timmy Tiptoes, Benjamin Bunny, Miss Moppet, and Jemima Puddle-duck.
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    POTTER, Beatrix.

    Timmy Tiptoes, Benjamin Bunny, Miss Moppet, and Jemima Puddle-duck. [c.1980]

    £75

    A collection of four colour lithographs depicting Timmy Tiptoes, Benjamin Bunny, Miss Moppet, and Jemima Puddle-duck. Squirrel Nutkin and Jemima Puddle-duck each framed separately; Benjamin Bunny and Miss Moppet framed together. Read more

  3. The “Peter Rabbit” Books by Beatrix Potter.
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    POTTER, Beatrix.

    The “Peter Rabbit” Books by Beatrix Potter. [c.1970]

    £150

    Colour lithograph. 59.7 x 40.5 cm. Slight foxing and toning. In very good condition. Read more

  4. The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher.
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    POTTER, Beatrix.

    The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher. 1984

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    Appealingly framed set of fix illustrations from The Tale of Mr Jeremy Fisher (1906). Read more

  5. Three-part nursery frieze.
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    POTTER, Beatrix.

    Three-part nursery frieze. 1989

    £650

    Three-part nursery frieze depicting characters and scenes from the author’s stories in a continuous landscape. Read more

  6. Peter Rabbit & His Friends.
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    POTTER, Beatrix.

    Peter Rabbit & His Friends. [c.1965]

    £350

    Two-part nursery frieze by the publisher of Beatrix Potter’s books. Depicting characters and scenes from the author’s stories in a continuous landscape. Read more

  7. Original production cel from “The Mayflower Voyagers”.
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    SCHULZ, Charles M.

    Original production cel from “The Mayflower Voyagers”. 1988

    £3,850

    Original production cel with key original water-colour production background from “The Mayflower Voyagers”, the first part of an eight-part mini-series called “This is America, Charlie Brown”. The cel features Snoopy, Peppermint Patty, Marcie and Sally boarding the Mayflower to leave England. The episode, which follows … Read more

  8. Some Swell Pup [original poster.]
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    SENDAK, Maurice.

    Some Swell Pup [original poster.] 1976

    £200

    Colour lithograph. Sheet size: 50 x 56.5 cm. Very good condition. Read more

  9. Nutcracker  [original poster.]
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    SENDAK, Maurice.

    Nutcracker [original poster.] [c.1984]

    £250

    Colourful poster presented in a conservation mount. Read more

  10. New York is Book Country  [original poster.]
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    SENDAK, Maurice.

    New York is Book Country [original poster.] 1979

    £250

    The first of 4 posters created by Maurice Sendak for the annual New York Is Book Country Fair. Read more

  11. Drawings & Watercolours. [original poster.]
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    SENDAK, Maurice.

    Drawings & Watercolours. [original poster.] 1981

    £75

    Poster printed to advertise an exhibition and the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. Read more

  12. Max and the Wild Things having a Rumpus.
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    SENDAK, Maurice

    Max and the Wild Things having a Rumpus. 1971

    £375

    Edition of 500. This image from Where the Wild Things Are was created in 1971 as part of a project with 19 different images from eight different books comprising Maurice Sendak’s favorite images that he felt could exist on their own without text, for framing … Read more

  13. X Y [for] Yellow Deadnettle.
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    BARKER, Cicely Mary.

    X Y [for] Yellow Deadnettle. c.1930

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    Illustration from A Flower Fairy Alphabet. Read more

  14. The Colt’s foot Fairy.
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    BARKER, Cicely Mary.

    The Colt’s foot Fairy. c.1930

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    Illustration from Flower Fairies of Spring. Read more

  15. The Toad Fairy.
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    BARKER, Cicely Mary.

    The Toad Fairy. c.1944

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    Illustration from Flower Fairies. Read more

  16. After this the birds said that they would help him no more in his mad enterprise.
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    RACKHAM, Arthur.

    After this the birds said that they would help him no more in his mad enterprise. 1907

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    Illustration from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens Read more

  17. When he heard Peter’s voice he popped alarm behind a tulip.
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    RACKHAM, Arthur.

    When he heard Peter’s voice he popped alarm behind a tulip. 1907

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    Illustration from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens Read more

  18. Jeune femme des iles Sandwich dansant.
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    ARAGO, J. Engraved by L'ABBAYE, de Langlume

    Jeune femme des iles Sandwich dansant. c1820

    £65

    Lithograph. Very good condition; some light foxing to the margins, not affecting the image. Size: 26.5 x 35.5 cm Read more

  19. DIE BERATHUNG DES GEISTES um ein krankes Kind. (Tonga Tabu)
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    SAINSON, de. Engraved by BRODTMANN, J.

    DIE BERATHUNG DES GEISTES um ein krankes Kind. (Tonga Tabu) c1860.

    £50

    Interesting print showing the natives of Tonga Tabu island consuling the spirits about an ill child. Read more

  20. The Return of the Buffalo Herd.
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    DETMOLD, Edward Julius & Charles Maurice.

    The Return of the Buffalo Herd. 1908.

    £500

    The Detmolds’ most celebrated joint achievement, and among the finest book illustrations ever produced, was the set of 16 prints after watercolours depicting scenes from Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. This is an original print from that portfolio. Read more

  21. Toomai of the Elephants.
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    DETMOLD, Edward Julius & Charles Maurice.

    Toomai of the Elephants. 1908.

    £600

    The Detmolds’ most celebrated joint achievement, and among the finest book illustrations ever produced, was the set of 16 prints after watercolours depicting scenes from Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. This is an original print from that portfolio. Read more

  22. Shere Khan in Jungle.
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    DETMOLD, Edward Julius & Charles Maurice.

    Shere Khan in Jungle. 1908.

    £600

    The Detmolds’ most celebrated joint achievement, and among the finest book illustrations ever produced, was the set of 16 prints after watercolours depicting scenes from Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. This is an original print from that portfolio. Read more

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