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Two old ladies, two foolish fairies and a tom cat : the surprising adventures of Tuppy and Tue / by Maggie Browne ... ; with coloured plates and other illustrations by Arthur Rackham.

Main Author: Browne, Maggie.
Related Names: Chalat, Ned I. , former owner., Chalat, Joann , former owner., Miuus, Winefrid Mary , former owner., Rackham, Arthur 1867-1939, illustrator.
Language(s): English
Published: London ; Cassell and Company, Limited, 1897.
Subjects: Autographs (Provenance).
Publishers' advertisements.
Juvenile literature.
Illustrated works.
Note: Bound in maroon cloth with gilt decoration on front, gilt lettering on spine, blind stamp on back cover.
"There is a maroon cloth but is is a discolour of the red cloth, and otherwise identical."--Cf. Riall.
Designed endpapers.
Publisher's device on verso of title page.
Publisher's advertisements following text; half-title verso.
Colophon: Printed by Cassell & Company, Limited, La Belle Sauvage, London, E.C.
Physical Description: viii, [9]-190, [18] p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. (4 col.) ; 19 cm.
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