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Clifton Bingham

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COSY-COT FARM
Written by Clifton Bingham; et al.
Stock no. 1505422
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons. circa 1899. Slightly better than good condition.

With Pictures and Verses the Children to charm. Red cloth spine, pictorial front cover shows children looking out of window at farm animals. Two colour pop-ups, called Morning at the Farm and Breakfast-Time. B/w text illustrations. Spine bumped, worn and slightly discoloured. Heavy wear to corners. Rear cover slightly grubby with light stain and scratch. Ink inscription to front endpaper. Joints badly cracked, binding feels weak but contents are still firmly attached. Front endpaper is partially detached. Contents are edge browned with some foxing and a few marks. Both pop-ups work well but second one has some spots of surface paper damage to background and one cow's horn.

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IN AND OUT AND ROUND ABOUT
Written by Clifton Bingham; et al. Illustrated by Louis Wain; et al..
Stock no. 1311368
Published by Ernest Nister. Good condition.

A book of transformation pictures. Green cloth spine. Pictorial front board shows two dogs looking through window at robin. 6 colour illustrations which transform when the tab is pulled down. B/w text illustrations including 4 b/w cats by Wain to the last page. Last tab/transforming picture is not working and some small tears/chips to the surround of this one, others in good working order. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Joints cracked. Small booksellers sticker to rear pastedown, Staples rusty. Grubby fingermarks throughout. Scuff marks to rear cover, corners slightly worn.

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