Together 45 volumes, various sizes (mostly 12mo), original bindings (2 paperbacks), condition varies. (46) " /> [AMERICAN EDITIONS]. POTTER, BEATRIX. The Tailor of Gloucester. New York, [1903]. <I>12mo, original green paper boards, upper cover with inset color pictorial label, color pictorial endpapers (Linder 1 & 2 [used twice]), spine ends a little worn, otherwise very good.</I> FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, second issue, with Schlueter's imprint on p. [86], correct street address for Warne, and correct endpaper designs all corresponding to the December, 1903 printing of the English edition. Not in Quinby, Linder, or V & A -- The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin. New York, [1903]. <I>12mo, original green paper boards, spine split along lower joint; contents cracked and becoming loose.</I> FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Quinby 5B -- The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck. New York, [1908]. <I>12mo, original light green boards, lacking backstript; hinges cracked, owner's inscription on front free endpaper.</I> FIRST AMERICAN EDITION -- The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse. New York, [1910]. <I>12mo, original green boards, backstrip re-attached, corners worn.</I> FIRST AMERICAN EDITION -- The Tale of Benjamin Bunny. New York, [1907]. <I>12mo, original pale blue paper boards.</I> An early American edition, incorporating Linder's endpaper design #4, which was first used in September 1907. This edition precedes Quinby 6A -- The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse. New York, [1918]. <I>12mo, original pale green paper boards, spine darkened from previous tape-repair, joints cracked.</I> FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, without "Ltd." on title imprint. Not in Quinby -- And 39 other American editions (mostly later). New York, v.d. [26 of volumes are pre-1920]. Color plates and illustrations. <I>Together 45 volumes, various sizes (mostly 12mo), original bindings (2 paperbacks), condition varies.</I> (46) | Christie's