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Fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen by Andersen, H. C. (Hans Christian), 1805-1875; Robinson, T. H. (Thomas Heath), 1869-1950, ill; Robinson, Charles, ill; Robinson, W. Heath (William Heath), 1872-1944, ill  Published 1899

thefugitivesaint: “Charles Robinson William Heath Robinson & Thomas Heath Robinson “Fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen”, 1899 Source ”

Snow Queen - by Henry Justice Ford

Henry Justice Ford ~ The Snow Queen Appears to Little Kay ~ The Pink Fairy Book by Andrew Lang ~ 1897 ~ via The Pictorial Arts

Charles Robinson (1870-1937), William Heath Robinson (1872-1944), & Thomas Heath Robinson (1869-1954), “Fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen”, 1899  Source

Charles Robinson William Heath Robinson & Thomas Heath Robinson “Fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen”, 1899 Source

Fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen’, illustrated by Thomas, Chas., and William Robinson. Published 1899

oldchildrensbooks: ““The Nightingale” ” ‘Fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen’ translated by Mrs. Lucas and illustrated by Thomas, Chas., and William Robinson. Published 1899 by J.

The moon, in an illustration by Charles Robinson for “What the Moon Saw,” by Hans Christian Andersen, in Fairy Tales, translated by Mrs. E. Lucas, 1903.

The moon, in an illustration by Charles Robinson for What the Moon Saw, by Hans Christian Andersen.

John Batten illustrator

More from illustrator John Dickson Batten with pages from two further collaborations with writer Joseph Jacobs, English Fairy Tales and More English Fairy Tales The latter (on the l.

venusmilk:  The Grey Fairy BookIllustrations by Henry Justice FordThe Princess is swallowed up by the Earth

The Story of the Queen of the Flowery Isles - The Grey Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, 1900

Fairy tales of Hans Andersen (1908)illustrated by Helen Stratton  “He kissed her rosy mouth and played with her long hair”

Fairy tales of Hans Andersen by Helen Stratton “He kissed her rosy mouth and played with her long hair” I’m afraid we’ll always be a book with the end pages ripped out.

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