Chicago: The Goldsmith Publishing Company, N.D. ca.1935. First Goldsmith Edition: An Early 20th Century Reprint of the 1875 First Edition. Cloth. Small 8vo, red cloth with black spine and cover lettering, 8 B&W full-page delicate line drawings by Dorothy Todd, Mylar-protected pictorial dust jacket (unclipped) of a colorfully-dressed queenly Renaissance woman holding the little lame prince who pats a warhorse, [viii] + 222 pages. Fine / Fine. Item #1448
Exceptional Condition! As is to be expected, uniform age-toning to all pages. Solid copy in Best Available Condition!
This Goldsmith edition reprinting the 1875 classic is undated. Based upon the artistry of the dj and Todd's illustrations, and that Grosset & Dunlop published their edition around 1925, we suggest a date of 1926-1936.
"Miss Mulock" (Dinah Maria Craik, born Dinah Maria Mulock, also wrote as "Mrs. Craik" in many works of fiction and poetry--many being for children. 1
standard medium age-toning to the contents paper and endpapers, and - no other flaws.