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WARNE'S PICTURE PUZZLE ALBUM

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WARNE'S PICTURE PUZZLE ALBUM. Lond. :Warne nd inscribed 1872. 4to, gilt cloth, VG. Containing the Doll and her Dresses, Book of Trades, The Horse and Kings and Queens. Each story is comprised of full page chromolithographs with a total of 24 full page illustrations. The reader is to cut out figures and place them on the background sheets provided. This copy has all of the pages quite exceptionally well done such that each of the illustrations presents an artistic rendering of the subject matter.

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