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1 Nodier, Charles; illustrated by Claud Lovat Fraser THE LUCK OF THE BEAN-ROWS: A Fairy Tale for Lucky Children
London: Daniel O'Connor, [1921]. First edition, first printing: Westminster Press issue. Hardcover. A few very tiny nicks to binding, minor bump to spine heel, else a bright, fresh, fine copy in harlequinade-decorated boards, with decorative endsheets; tall octavo; no dust jacket. 
A fairy tale translated from the French, accompanied by the deco-influenced colored drawings of Fraser, both full-page and intext. Fraser was a British illustrator and theatre designer, whose work here is exquisite: delicate, haunting, witty, original. 
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2 Nodier, Charles; illustrated by Claud Lovat Fraser THE WOODCUTTER'S DOG
London: Daniel O'Connor, 1922. B00085H1O0 First edition, second printing: Curwen Press issue. So noted on colophon page at rear. Hardcover. Hint of a crack to endsheets over upper rear inner hinge, which is holding strong; in laminated cardstock boards with printed label affixed to front cover; no dust jacket. 
Tale of a dog's selfless loyalty to his human family from the French fantasist who was librarian of Bibliotheque de I'Arsenal in Paris. Translated from the French, "Le Chien de Brisquet"; with the exquisite, gaily colored, decoish illustrations of Fraser. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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