Watts, John George. Little lays for little folk. Illustrated. London: George Routledge & Sons, The Broadway, Ludgate Hill; New York, 416 Broome Street, 1867. London: R. Clay, Son & Taylor, printers. In the ‘List of Illustrations’, the following artists are given [full names given where possible]: Robert Barnes, [possibly) Thomas Kennedy, Edward Morison Wimperis, Frederick William Keyl, William Small, [probably] Walter James Allen, R. Moore, Jules Cheret, William Lawson, Charles Green, [possibly] Thomas Harrington Wilson. At the end of the Preface: ‘arranged and engraved under the entire direction of Mr. James D. Cooper. [i.e. James Davis Cooper]’ The frontispiece is after Robert Barnes, and signed with his monogram, and is captioned in the [List of] Contents: ‘ Innocent Child and Snow-white Flower’. Bookseller’s oval stamp on upper endpaper recto: “/ John Field/ Bookseller/ 66/ Regent St./” Size of stamp: 25x15mm. Robin de Beaumont’s notes regarding the price of this copy are on the f… (See Merlin record for full description)
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