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Dutch Doll. Bold maid saves friends. Antique print c1910

Dutch Doll. Bold maid saves friends. Antique print c1910

by Weedon, L.L.

Brave Dutch Doll saving her friends from drowning - watched by concerned rabbit and fish..

The Dutch Doll.Four little dollies and "All at Sea,"
Frightened as four little dolls can be;
Only the Dutch Doll is not afraid,
"I'm not a coward," said that bold maid.

Original colour-printed lithograph by L.L. Weedon, for The Little People's Book of Fun by L.L. Weedon and Clifton Bingham; printed in colour in London circa 1910 by Ernest Nister. German publisher Ernest Nister, printed books with lithographic illustrations, first in Germany and then from 1888 in London. From the turn of the century he was specializing in printing high quality children's books.

This chromolithograph is mounted in antique-white ragmat conservation board, covered by protective cellophane (producing flash when scanned). This print is in fine condition, ready for framing. Image within window measures 270 x 230mm (10.75 x 9 inches). External measurement of the mounted image for frame window is 400 x 360mm (15.75 x 14 inches).

(Print if removed from mount would be $35. Please advise before payment if you would like price adjusted for print only.) 

Stock Number: apNR107LPrice: $75.00