SUSIE'S AND LITTLE HUGH'S ALPHABET. Helen Abercromby.
SUSIE'S AND LITTLE HUGH'S ALPHABET.
SUSIE'S AND LITTLE HUGH'S ALPHABET.

SUSIE'S AND LITTLE HUGH'S ALPHABET.

Pp. [28], the text and illustrations printed in brown, the title printed in red, large initial letter on each page, for every letter of the alphabet, printed in red, green or blue; oblong super roy. 4to; red cloth backed pictorial glazed papered boards, lettered and decorated in colours and gilt, faintly soiled, edges a trifle rubbed; within early [original?] glassine wrapper, now protected by mylar, slightly cropped, edges a trifle chipped; a little light foxing of edges and some faint offsetting; Lewis Smith & Son, Aberdeen, n.d.[c. 190-?]. First edition. *A very late Victorian or early Edwardian alphabet, with each letter accompanied by 3 or more stanzas of verse. (From the use of the term Xrays, it must have been published after 1896, and the mention of Queen Victoria could perhaps be interpreted as referring to her death, although that is not specified). Item #145136

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