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The Resource Elmina, or, The flower that never fades : a tale for young people

Elmina, or, The flower that never fades : a tale for young people

Label
Elmina, or, The flower that never fades : a tale for young people
Title
Elmina, or, The flower that never fades
Title remainder
a tale for young people
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Related
Cataloging source
IUL
Citation location within source
522(4)
Citation source
Moon, M. Harris
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Elmina, or, The flower that never fades : a tale for young people
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Attributed to Masson by Moon, cited below
  • Frontispiece included in pagination, pasted down to upper wrapper
  • "[Price Three Pence.]"
  • Eight full-page woodcut illustrations are sometimes attributed to Thomas Bewick. Hugo, cited below, attributes them to John Lee
  • Cf. Hugo, T. Bewick, 4108 and 4169
Dimensions
11 cm.
Extent
64 p.
Note
  • Publisher's grey wrappers bound in. Publisher's advertisement on lower wrapper.
  • "From Harris's Juvenile Library"--Upper wrapper.
  • With: Robin Goodfellow, a fairy tale. London, 1815 -- Tom Thumb's exhibition. London, 1815 -- Virtue and vice, or, The history of Charles Careful and Harry Heedless. London, 1815 -- The visits of Tommy Lovebook. London, 1815.
  • Half black morocco and nonpareil marbled paper over boards, tooled in gold and blind. Binder's title: Harris's Juvenile Library. Lower board detached. In case.
  • Inscription in ink on upper free endpaper, dated April 11th, 1865.
  • "J. Cresswell"--Engraved, illustrated label on upper paste-down.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13301041
  • ucoclc13301041
Label
Elmina, or, The flower that never fades : a tale for young people
Publication
Note
  • Attributed to Masson by Moon, cited below
  • Frontispiece included in pagination, pasted down to upper wrapper
  • "[Price Three Pence.]"
  • Eight full-page woodcut illustrations are sometimes attributed to Thomas Bewick. Hugo, cited below, attributes them to John Lee
  • Cf. Hugo, T. Bewick, 4108 and 4169
Dimensions
11 cm.
Extent
64 p.
Note
  • Publisher's grey wrappers bound in. Publisher's advertisement on lower wrapper.
  • "From Harris's Juvenile Library"--Upper wrapper.
  • With: Robin Goodfellow, a fairy tale. London, 1815 -- Tom Thumb's exhibition. London, 1815 -- Virtue and vice, or, The history of Charles Careful and Harry Heedless. London, 1815 -- The visits of Tommy Lovebook. London, 1815.
  • Half black morocco and nonpareil marbled paper over boards, tooled in gold and blind. Binder's title: Harris's Juvenile Library. Lower board detached. In case.
  • Inscription in ink on upper free endpaper, dated April 11th, 1865.
  • "J. Cresswell"--Engraved, illustrated label on upper paste-down.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13301041
  • ucoclc13301041

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