London, South Kensington
4 December 2003
[?BLYTON, Enid]. The Magic Motor, [N.p., c.1925]. 4° (204 x 196mm). Illustrations printed in red and black. (Some light spotting to the first page.) Original coloured pictorial boards, the upper cover with a question-and-answer magnetic dial mechanism attached.
With 14 other books relating to trains or other forms of transport including The Railway Panorama Book (?German, c.1920, printed in colours on a cloth-hinged accordion-leaf), Father Tuck's Holiday Express Painting Book ([London: n.d.]), Father Tuck's Trains and Engines ([London: n.d.]), Motors we Meet. A Painting Book for the Children ([London, n.d.]), The Puff Puff (London, [n.d.]), My "Make my own" Picture Book of Ships and Trains ([London: c.1950]) and By Land, Sea and Air (London, [n.d.]), the latter with lift-up illustrations on tabs.
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