Lot Description

CICELY MARY BARKER: 5 titles: FLOWER FAIRIES OF THE SPRING – FLOWER FAIRIES OF THE SUMMER – FLOWER FAIRIES OF THE AUTUMN – A FLOWER FAIRY ALPHABET, London and Glasgow, Blackie, each circa 1947, 5 volumes (duplicate copy of FLOWER FAIRIES OF THE SUMMER), each with 24 coloured plates as called for, each 16mo, each original cloth with mounted coloured illustration to top board, each in dust-wrapper (A FLOWER FAIRY ALPHABET dust-wrapper with large closed tear and part losses) + MARGARET TARRANT (illustrated): 4 titles: THE WEATHER FAIRIES – THE INSECT FAIRIES – THE TWILIGHT FAIRIES – THE SEA-SHORE FAIRIES, London, The Modern Art Society, circa 1927, 4 volumes, each with 6 mounted coloured plates as called for, first title original paper covered boards with mounted coloured illustration to top board, dust-wrapper; second and fourth titles original cloth, dust-wrapper; third title original cloth backed paper covered boards, dust-wrapper + AVERIL NEWELL: THE ENCHANTED SEAS, illustrated Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, London, 1937, 1st edition, 4 coloured plates as called for, original cloth, dust-wrapper (with large part losses), together with a duplicate copy of the same work, 1937, 1st edition, 4 coloured plates as called for, original cloth worn and soiled (11)

Est. Price £100 - £150

This lot achieved £160

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