[Picture books. Walter Crane] Eight titles: (1) I.M.D. Meiklejohn. The Golden Primer
Printed in London by Edmund Evans for Meiklejohn & Holden in London, n.d. (1884), 60,(2) p., w. 27 full-p. col. wood-engr. ills. and cl. w. mounted plate after W. Crane, 4to.
W. bookplate of Bertha Ubink on first free endpaper. (2) (Cervantes). Don Quixote of the mancha. Retold by Judge Parry. Printed in Edinburg by T. and A. Constable for Blackie & Son/ Sherrat & Hughes in London/ Manchester, n.d. (1900), XII,245,(3) p., w. 12 col. lithogr. plates, 19 monochrome ills. and orig.pict. cl. after W. Crane, 4to. (3) Mrs. Molesworth. Lttle Miss Peggy. Only a nursery story. Printed in Edinburgh by R. and R. Clark for MqacMillan & Co. in London/ New York, 1887, 13 monochr. plates and orig. gilt pict. cl. after W. Crane (spine-ends and outer corners sl. worn). -and 5 others similar illustrated by the same, all in orig. (gilt) pict. cl. and in good/ fine condition: Household Stories from the collection of the Bros. Grimm (1893); The Old Garden and other verses by Margaret Deland (1893); A Wonderbook for Girls and Boys by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1892); King Arthur's Knights: the tales retold for boys and girls by Henry Gilbert (1911) and The Story of Greece. Told to oys and girls by Mary MacGregor (1911) (total 8).