The Merry Old Dame Who Sings Fiddle De Dee.
London, Dean & Son, n.d. (±1860), 8p., 8 handcol. woodengr. plates w. text below, each w. a hole for the shaped 3 dimensional head of guttapercha w. glass eyes which is attached to the lower pastedown, orig. clothbacked boards, col. lithogr. frontcover also w. cut-out section for the head, large 8vo.
- A few lvs. loose; holes for the face trifle/ sl. frayed; sl. fingersoiled; face flattened. Corners worn.
= Rare. Not in the usual reference works. Upper endpapers and lower covers w. publisher's advertisements, i.a. for "New Series of Strüwelpeters". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVIII.