A DAY IN FAIRY LAND
Little Neck, NY, Ramborn Corporation, ca.1945.
First edition. Elephant folio: 14 by 19 inches. Cloth spine, color pictorial boards. 18pp,
alternating colorful decorated text page with full color illustrations of fairies at play by
Ana Mae Seagren. A near fine copy with only a trace of soil and wear; The dustwrapper
has had some repair of closed tears, mostly on the back, and so shows a very good
appearance. Not often seen in such nice condition.
Robinson, W. Heath
BILL THE MINDER
New York, Henry Holt & Co., 1912.
First US edition. 4to. 254(2)pp. Green cloth, spine blocked in gilt, upper board with title and gilt
boarder surrounding a full color pasteon, a detail from the frontispiece. Illustrated with 16 full color
pasteon plates, along with additional black and white plates and vignettes.
Binding shows only trace of wear; a near fine copy.
25(Rowling, J. K.)
THE TALES OF BEEDLE THE BARD
TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL RUNES BY HERMIONE GRANGER
London, Children's High Level Group, 2008.
First edition, first printing. Collector's Edition. 8vo. 179,(1)pp. Simulated leather, spine with
raised bands, silvercolored metal corners, center metal skull vignette and metal clasp, all with
blue stones. Ribbon marker.
Protected in a maroon velvet stringtop bag, bearing the
embroidered signature of J. K. Rowling in gilt thread, the whole housed in a bookshaped
clamshell case blocked in blind on the upper and lower boards, and on the spine in gilt. The case
is shaped within with a recessed compartment to fit the book in its velvet bag. Also within in
their own printed envelope are ten 7 by 10 inch Collector's Edition Prints which slip into a
special flap in the upper board.
A new copy, still in the original white slipcase cover, encased in clear plastic and in the original