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1 Helen Bannerman The Story of Little Black Quibba
London Nisbet & Co. Ltd. Decorative Cloth Very Good Helen Bannerman 
This edition of Little Black Quibba dates from c. 1930s. It contains 33 full page colour illustrations in Helen Bannerman's naive style. The story follows Quibba in his quest to find Mangoes to feed to his poorly mother and his adventures with an elephant, snake and frogs on the way. Condition: Binding: Some marks on front cover and on rear fixed end paper. Interior: Marks to two illustrations and one text page, creasing to one page, otherwise very good. 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall. 
Price: 49.00 GBP
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2 Bannerman, Helen The Story of Little Black Sambo
London Grant Richards 1900 Fourth edition Hardcover Very Good Helen Bannerman 
27 full colour plates all illustrated by Helen Bannerman and prepared as coloured wood engravings by Edmund Evans at the Racquet Court Press. This is number 4 in the Dumpy Book series. First printed in October 1899, this is the third reprint from October 1900. Set in India, this is about the adventures of a little boy - Sambo - and a tiger. It was apparently a story made up by Bannerman to tell to her two children during a long train journey. It is a sweet story, with delightful naive style illustrations. Green cloth covered boards with darker green vertical stripes and titling. Plain endpapers. All text pages presented as plates with printing only on one side. 113pp. 125x80 mm. Grubby boards, faded backstrip. Blind impressed bookseller's stamp plus name in ink [discrete] to ffep. Binding good, clean contents. 
Price: 275.00 GBP
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