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BROWNIES THEIR BOOK

by COX, PALMER

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COX. COX,PALMER. THE BROWNIES: THEIR BOOK. NY:Century (1887, not 1st). 4to, rebound in contemporary 3/4 leather and marbled boards, top edge gilt, spine rubbed else near Fine. The first title in the Brownie series, THIS COPY IS INSCRIBED BY COX WITH A SMALL PRINTED DRAWING OF A BROWNIE! (PETER PARLEY TO PENROD p. 84). Illustrated on every page with the busy little Brownie men getting into mischief. A special copy.

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