One Hundred Fables, Original and Selected, Volume 1
G. Lawford, 1828 - Fables - 272 pages
"The original invention and designs for the prints at the head of each fable are my own, yet they have been most excellently drawn on wood and prepared for the engravers by Mr. William Harvey ... the ornamental letter at the beginning of each fable and the vignette at the end are solely the invention of Mr. Harvey"--Page ii-iii. LC copy on large paper, unopened.
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