The House that Jack Built. Also, The History of Mrs. Williams, and Her Plumb Cake, Which the mathematically divided among her Pupils, according to their merit. The Story of Little Red Riding Hood. Colonial Williamsburg.

The House that Jack Built. Also, The History of Mrs. Williams, and Her Plumb Cake, Which the mathematically divided among her Pupils, according to their merit. The Story of Little Red Riding Hood

Williamsburg Craft Series Williamsburg: Published by Colonial Williamsburg, 1956.

Limited Edition. Leather bound. 16mo. 26 pages, [1] page blank, [1] page publisher's statement, [2]. Illustrations. Brown leather binding with gilt tooled border decorations on the covers. Gilt decorations and raised leather bands on the spine. Signed, limited edition. This is number 83 of 200 copies. Signed by the printer and binder at the bottom of the publisher's statement page. The publisher's statement reads - "This book is intended to represent an example of literature produced for young people of the 18th century. Although inspired by a book in the Library of Columbia University, it is not a facsimile of any one volume. This book is set by hand in Caslon type and printed on a wooden English common press on Crown and Scepter, on English handmade paper, at the Printing Office at Colonial Williamsburg, by August R. Klapper, Master Printer. It is bound by hand and specially decorated in the same establishment by C. Clement Samford, the Master Bookbinder for Colonial Williamsburg..." Very good. Item #24837

Price: $100.00

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