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Rackham, Arthur

One of the greatest names in book illustration, Arthur Rackham is still considered to this day as one of the finest of the ‘British tradition’ of book illustrators, with a very strong water color, inks, and silhouette style for his paintings. His work on the early Alice in Wonderland for example, as well as his Fairy Book became some of the classic visual inspirations for many generations of later artists, film makers, and documentarians.

Born before the turn of the twentieth century, Arthur Rackham started out as a reporter and illustrator, working for magazines characterizing and depicting authors and notable public figures. It is with perhaps not a small amount of luck that his work was spotted by the editors at Hodder and Stoughton, and was later used almost exclusively by them to illustrate much of their later works. One of the surprising parts of his life and work, was that he even managed to make a living at it! Book Illustration was by no means a singular form of income at the time, and only the very best managed to achieve stability and even some fame. Arthur Rackham set the standard for professional book illustration, and has a style that, although imitated and adored, has never been copied!

The collector will be pleased to hear that Rackham’s work lends itself excellently well to the antiquarian. He worked almost exclusively with limited edition fine prints and the fine presses, intended for collection. However; the same rules for any collecting still apply; such as fineness of the condition, signatures, or other personal memorabilia will increase a Rackham’s value. Another benefit to collecting Rackham is that you can effectively collect two items in one: an author and an illustrator! A signed true first of J.M Barrie’s masterpiece Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (the very first ever edition of Peter Pan), signed and illustrated by Rackham is worth am understandable $30,000!

For those of us with slightly more modest tastes might prefer to look to Rackham’s editions of Shakespeare’s The Tempest (1926), or the fairytale The Sleeping Beauty (1920) both first editions available for around $2,500! For those who want a special treat, then consider The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book (London 1933) signed and illustrated by Rackham, available for as little as $1500!

Berlyn, Annie. Sunrise-Land. Jarrold and Sons, London (1894). Rambles in Eastern England; 75 drawings by Rackham (and numerous by others).

Irving, Washington. Bracebridge Hall. G. Putnam's Sons, New York and London (1896). or The Humourists; [With Five Illustrations by Arthur Rackham]; Two volumes; A total of 28 inserted plates, with title-printed tissue guards; by Rackham and other illustrators, including: F. S. Church (1 plate); C. S. Reinhart; C. H. Schmolze; Julian Rix; William Hyde; Henry Sandham; Harrison Miller, and one reproduction of a photograph

Merriman, Henry Seaton. The Money-Spinner. Smith,Elder and Co, London (1896). TALLENTYRE, S. G; And Other Character Notes; With twelve full page illustration by Arthur Rackham

Adair, S.J. Zankiwank and Bletherwitch. Frederick A. Stokes Company (1896). (Arthur Rackham) illustrator

Fitz-Gerald, S. J. Adair. Zankiwank and the Bletherwitch. J. M. Dent and Co., London (1896). An Original Fantastic Fairy Extravaganza; Fully illustrated by him with 40 black and white illustrations - 17 full page illustrations and 1 double page illustration the rest within the text

Merriman, Henry Seton. The Grey Lady. Smith, Elder and Co, London (1897). 12 illustrations by Arthur Rackham

Browne, Maggie. Two Old Ladies, Two Foolish Fairies and a Tom Cat. Cassell and Co, London (1897). The Surprising Adventures of Tuppy and Tue; first issue (with ads dated 6G-10.97); Four color plates, including frontispiece with tissue guard, and nineteen black and white drawings by Arthur Rackham

INGOLDSBY, THOMAS. The Ingoldsby Legends. J.M. Dent, London (1898). or, Mirth and Marvels, by Thomas Ingoldsby; illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 12 color and , and 90 illustrations in black; BARHAM, R.H

HENTY, G.A. Brains and Bravery. W. and R. Chambers, London and Edinburgh (1903). Being Stories Told By: G. A. Henty, Guy Boothby, L. T. Meade, J. Arthur Barry, Katharine Tynan, H. A. Bryden and Others; Eight illustrations by Arthur Rackham

GREENE, HON MRS. Grey House on the Hill. Thomas Nelson, London (1903). Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with eight color plates.

Cholmondeley, Mary. Red Pottage. George Newnes, London (1904). Eight half-tone full page plates by Rackham

Drury, W.P. Major. The Peradventures of Private Pagett. Chapman and Hall, London (1904). With eight black-and-white illustrations by A. Rackham

Harbour, Henry. Where Flies The Flag. Collin's Clear-Type Press, London (1904). 6 coloured illustrations by Arthur Rackham

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1905). The 57 pages of text are followed by 50 tipped-in color plates by Rackham on heavy green stock

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. Heinemann, London (1905). Deluxe edition 250 copies; With 51 mounted colour plates bound together after the text Rackham

Barham, Richard Harris. The Ingoldsby Legends. J. M. Dent and Co, London (1905). OR MIRTH and MARVELS BY THOMAS INGOLDSBY ESQUIRE; illustrated with 12 color plates by Rackham

Barrie, J.M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1906). Featuring 50 magnificent mounted color plates with tissue guards (in rear of book) and with black and white drawing on title by RACKHAM

Barrie, J. M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1906). Illustrated with 50 tipped-in colour plates by Arthur Rackham; 500 copies

Kipling, Rudyard. Puck of Pook's Hill. Doubleday Page and Company, New York (1906). Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. Hachette et Cie, Paris (1906). With frontispiece and 50 tipped-in color plates with printed tissue guards and text illustrations in black and white by Arthur Rackham; 200 copies.

Carroll, Lewis. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. William Heinemann and Doubleday Page and Co, London and New York (1907). 1130 copies; 1100 were for sale, with 30 reserved for presentation; Illustrated with thirteen large tipped-in color plates and many black and white drawings, which offer Rackham's distinctive, new interpretation of scenes made famous in Tenniel's classic illustrations, such as Alice's encounter with the caterpillar, the Caucus Race, and the Mad Tea Party

Ingoldsby, Thomas. INGOLDSBY LEGENDS. J. M. Dent, London (1907). OF MIRTH and MARVELS; Total 560 copies; Featuring 24 beautiful tipped-in color plates mounted on dark paper, 12 full page tinted illus. and 66 black and white drawings plus pictorial endpapers by RACKHAM

Barrie J M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1907). Containing 50 hand mounted Rackham colour plates consisting of one frontispiece illustration and 49 others grouped together at the rear of the book,all with tissue guards

Barrie, J. M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Charles Scribner, New York (1907). 50 tissue guarded tipped in colour plates by Arthur Rackham

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. William Heinemann (1907). complete with 51 tipped-in coloured plates by Arthur Rackham

Savory, J Harry. Sporting Days. J.M. Dent and Co, London (1907). A Book for Visitors and House Parties; illustrated by Arthur Rackham

Savory, J Harry. Sporting Days. Published by E W Savory , Bristol (1907). a Book for Visitors and House Parties; 104 pages with numerous small black and white and colour illustrated by Arthur Rackham, George Wright, Cecil Aldin, and many others

Ingoldsby, Thomas. The Ingoldsby Legends. J.M. Dent and Co, London (1907). Profusely illustrated by Arthur Rackham who provides 24 full color, full page plates, 12 like plates tinted and 66 black and white illustrations within the text; 560 copies printed.

Ingolds, T. The Ingoldsby Legends. Dutton, New York (1907). with 24 colour plates and 12 tinted plates and 66 drawings in the text by Rackham Arthur

Ingolds, T. The Ingoldsby Legends. William Heinemann Ltd, London (1907). or mirth and marvels by Thomas Ingolds; Frontis and 23 tipped in coloured plates, 12 tinted plates and other illustration by Arthur Rackham.

Rackham, Arthur. Land of Enchantment. Cassell and Company, London (1907). With 36 three-tone plates, plus illustrations in the text by Rackham; A collection of stories by A E Bosner, Sidney Woolf and E S Bucheim,

William Shakespeare. A Midsummer's Night Dream. William Heinemann, London (1908). with 40 tipped-in color plates (including frontispiece) and other monochrome illustrations by Arthur Rackham; 1000 copies printed.

Grimm, Brothers. Grimm's Fairy Tales. Constable and Co, London (1909). Translated by Mrs. Edgar Lucas; With 40 colour and numerous black and white illustrations by Rackham bound in with the text; 750 copies printed.

Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver's Travels. J.M. Dent and Co, London (1909). With a frontispiece and 12 tipped-in color plates by Arthur Rackham; 750 copies printed.

Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver's Travels. E.P.Dutton and Co, New York (1909). Into Several Remote Nations of the World; Illustrated with 12 full page colour plates,2 full page black and white illustrations and 7 chapter headings and tail pieces by Rackham

Shalkespeare, William. Le Songe d'une Nuit d'Ete. Hachette et Cie, Paris (1909). With 40 tipped in color plates with captioned tissue guards, and text illustrations in black and white by Arthur Rackham; Total 330 copies printed.

Barrie, J.M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1909). with separate section of 50 tipped in colour plates by Arthur Rackham

Irving, Washingtion. Rip Van Winkle. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1909). 50 tipped in color plates with Tissue Guards by Rackham

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. William Heinemann, London (1909). 50 tipped in colour illustrations by Arthur Rackham

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. J.M. Dent and Co, London (1909). Mary Lamb; Frontispiece and 12 tipped in colour illustrations by Arthur Rackham; 750 copies printed.

Grimm, Brothers. The Fairy Tales Of The Brother's Grimm. Doubleday Page and Company, New York (1909). Translated by Mrs. Edgar Lucas and 40 Color Tipped-In Plates With Tissue Guard by Arthur Rackham

Grimm, Brothers. The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Constable and Co. Ltd, London (1909). Translated by Mrs Edgar Lucas; A collection of 60 fairy tales including the The Bremen Town Musicians, The Frog Princess, The Goosegirl, Rapunzel, Hansel and Grethel, Red Riding Hood, Tom Thumb, Rumpelstiltskin, The Wolf and the Seven Kids, The Elves and the Shoemaker, etc; With 40 tipped in colour illustrations, captioned tissues and numerous black and white illustrations throughout by Rackham; 750 copies

Spielmann, Mrs M.H. Rainbow Book. Chatto and Windus, London (1909). Tales of Fun and Fancy; Colour frontispiece by Arthur Rackham and 2 stories illustrated by him in line; Illustrated by Arthur Rackham; Hugh Thomson; Bernard Partridge; Lewis Baumer; Harry Rowntree; C. Wilhelm

De La Motte Fouque. Undine. Doubleday Page, New York (1909). 250 copies; American Rackham edition with 15 color plates tipped in, with titled tissue guards

De La Motte Fouque. Undine. William Heinemann, London (1909). Adapted from the German by W. L. Courtney and 15 tipped-in colour plates, 30 black and white drawings in the text by Rackham; 1000 copies printed.

Wagner, Richard. Das Rheingold et Die Walkure. Ruetten and Loening, Frankfort (1910). Illustration by Arthur Rackham

Barrie, J. M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1910). The book contains sixteen full page color plates with captioned tissue guards by Rackham

Barrie, J. M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1910). Frontispiece with 24 color illustrations by Arthur Rackham

Armour, Margaret. Rhinegold and The Valkyrie. William Heinemann, London (1910). Siegfried and The Twilight of the Gods; With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Translated by Margaret Armour; Thirty-four color plates, mounted on tan paper, with descriptive tissue guards. Fourteen drawings in black and white Together with RACKHAM, Arthur, Illustrator. WAGNER, Richard. Siegfried and The Twilight of the Gods

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. William Heinemann, London (1910). 1st edition has the 50 tipped in colour plates (all with titled tissue guards) by Rackham

Browne, Maggie. THE BOOK OF BETTY BARBER. Duckworth, London (1910). 6 colour plates drawn by Rackham and coloured by Harry Rountree for this edition, 12 black and white plates by Rackham

Ingoldsby, Thomas. The Ingoldsby Legends of Mirth and Marvels. William Heinemann, London (1910). illus Arthur Rackham; Richard Harris Barham; 2 volumes.

Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Doubleday, Page and Company, New York (1910). translated by Armour, Margaret

Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. William Heinemann, New York (1910). Translated by Margaret Armour; Illustrated by Rackham, Arthur; 150 copies printed.

Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and The Valkyrie. William Heinemann, London (1910). Translated by Margaret Armour; 34 colour and 14 b/w illustrations by Rackham; 1000 copies printed.

Wagner, Richard. Ring of the Niblung. William Heinemann, London (1910). I - The Rhinegold and The Valkyrie, and II - Siegfried and The Twilight of the Gods (2-volume set); Illustrated with 64 full-page coloured plates and 23 black and white vignettes by Arthur Rackham; Translated into English by Margaret Armour; Editions limited to 1000 copies

De La Motte Fouque Friedrich. Ring of the Niblung. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1910). The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie; Margaret Armour (translator); 150 copies; illustrated with color plates by Arthur Rackham

Wagner, Richard. Siegfried and The Twilight of the Gods. Doubleday Page, New York (1911). 150 copies printed; illustrated with 30 full color, full page tipped-in plates Arthur Rackham

Wanger, Richard. Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods. Heinemann, London (1911). Translated into English by Margaret Armour; 1000 copies printed; Thirty colour plates, nine black and white drawings by Arthur Rackham

Wagner, Richard. The Ring Of The Niblung. Doubleday and Page, Great Britain (1911). Illustrated by Arthur Rackham; Translated by Margaret Armour.

Wagner, Richard. Ring of the Niblung. Doubleday Page, New York (1911). II, Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods; Translated into English by Margaret Armour; 30 tipped-in watercolours by Arthur Rackham.

Fouque, De La Motte. Undine. William Heinemann, London (1911). Adapted from the German by W.L.Courtney; 15 tipped-in colour plates plus chapter head and tail decorations by Athur Rackham

Aesop. Aesop's Fables. Doubleday, New York (1912). (V. S. Vernon Jones, Translator); 13 color plates, 51 black and white illustrations by Rackham, Arthur; Introduction by G. K. Chesterton

Aesop. AESOP'S FABLES. William Heinemann, London and New York (1912). Limited edition 1450 copies printed; Thirteen full-page color plates, five in black and white by Arthur Rackham

Aesop. AEsops's Fables. William Heinemann, London (1912). A New Translation by V. S. Vernon Jones; With an Introduction by G. K. Chesterton and 13 full page colour illustrations by Rackham plus over 50 black and white illustrations

Barrie, J.M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1912). 500 copies; Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 49 plates with printed tissue guards, line drawings throughout by Rackham

Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1912). A Trilogy with a Prelude by Richard Wagner; Translated into English by Margaret Armour; 34 tipped-in tissue-guarded color plates by Arthur Rackham

Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. William Heinemann, London (1912). Coloured frontispiece and 33 plates by Rackham

Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur. Book of Pictures. William Heinemann, London (1913). With an introduction by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch; Total 1030 copies printed; Illustrated with 44 mounted colour plates with captioned tissue guards, all placed together after the text, except for the frontispiece, and 10 drawings in black and white by Rackham

Aesop. FABLES D'ESOPE. Hatchette et Cie, Paris (1913).

Rackham, Arthur. L'oeuvre de Arthur Rackham. Hachette et cie, Paris (1913).

Goose, Mother. Mother Goose. Century Co, New York (1913). The Old Nursery Rhymes; With 13 color plates mounted on brown paper, each with printed tissue overleaf, and numerous illustrations in black and white by Arthur Rackham; 150 copies.

Goose, Mother. Mother Goose. William Heinemann, London (1913). The Old Nursery Rhymes; LIMITED TO 1130 NUMBERED COPIES; Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 13 mounted color plates with lettered tissue guards and 85 additional black and white line drawings.

Ingoldsby,Thomas. Ingoldsby Legends. Willam Heinemann, London (1913). Mirth and Marvels; Illustrated with 24 tipped-in, color plates, numerous tinted and text illustrations by Arthur Rackham

Martineau, Harriet. FEATS ON THE FJORD. J. M. Dent (1914).

Martineau, Harriet. FEATS ON THE FJORDS. DUTTON, New York (1914). Illustrated by ARTHUR RACKHAM

Ford, Julia E. Imagina. Duffield, New York (1914). illustrated (by Arthur Rackam and Lauren Ford, including two full-page color plates by Arthur Rackham

Barrie, J. M. Peter Pan Portfolio. Brentano's, New York (1914). From Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens; limited to 300 copies; 12 tipped-in colour plates with printed tissue guards by Rackham

Dickens, Charles. A Christmas Carol. J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia (1915). illustrated with 12 color plates (including frontispiece,) and 18 b/w in-text illustrations, and head- and tailpieces by Arthur Rackham

Dickens, Charles. A Christmas Carol. William Heinemann, London (1915). 550 copies printed; 12 tipped-in color plates with lettered tissue guards, and 18 illustrations by Rackham

Dickins, Charles. Christmas Carol. J. B. Lippincott and Co. and William Heinemann, London (1916). 12 colour plates by Rackham

Rackham, Arthur. The Allies Fairy Book. J. B. Lippincott and Co, (1916). Colour frontispiece and 11 plates with printed tissue guards, engravings throughout by Arthur Rackham

Rackham, Arthur. The Allies Fairy Book. William Heinemann, London (1916). With an Introduction by Edmund Gosse and Colour frontispiece and 11 plates with printed tissue guards, engravings throughout by Arthur Rackham; 525 copies printed.

Shakespeare, William. A Midsummer Night's Dream. William Heinemann, London (1917). colour frontispiece + 39 colour illustrations, all by Rackham, tipped-in and with tissue guards

Dickens, Charles. Der Weihnachtsabend. Zurich, Rascher (1917). Total 500 copies printed.

Grimm, Brothers. Little Brother and Little Sister. Dodd, Mead and Co, New York (1917). Illustrated by Arthur Rackham, with 12 plates in colour, tissues, 43 illustrations in text

Grimm, Brothers. Little Brother and Little Sister. Constable and Co, London (1917). Twelve tipped-in colour plates by Arthur Rackham

Pollard, Alfred W. The Romance of King Arthur. Harvard Wake, Cambridge (1917). Abridged from Malory's Morte D'Arthur; and His Knights of the Round Table; Limited to 500 copies; Illustrated with 16 mounted color plates and 7 B/W plates with extra black and white illustration throughout the text

Pollard, Alfred W. Romance of King Arthur. Macmillan and Co, London (1917). and His Knights of The Round Table Illustrated by Rackham with 16 colour plates under captioned tissue guards, 7 full page black and white drawings and 63 within text; 500 copies printed.

Pollard, Alfred W. Romance of King Arthur. Macmillan and Co, New York (1917). and His Knights of the Round Table.Abridged from Malory's Morte D'arthur; 16 full page colour plates,5 black and white plates and many drawings in the text by Arthur Rackham; 250 copies printed.

Steel, Flora Annie. English Fairy Tales. MacMillan Company, New York (1918). 250 copies; 15 color plates [plus frontis] mounted on textured white paper, 41 drawings and pictorial endpapers after Rackham including The Three Little Pigs, The Three Bears, The Three Feathers, Red Riding Hood, and many more.

Steel, Flora Annie. English Fairy Tales. Macmillan and Co, London (1918). 500 copies; Illustrated by Rackham with 16 color plates, each with lettered tissue guard; 41 b/w drawings in the text

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. Springtide of Life. William Heinemann, London (1918). Poems of Childhood; With a preface by Edmund Gosse; Total 765 copies; 100 for united states and 15 presentation copies.

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. Springtide of Life. J. B. Lippincott Co, Philadelphia (1918). Poems of Childhood by Algernon Charles Swinburne; With a Preface by Edmund Gosse; With 9 mounted colour plates, captioned tissues and 52 drawings in black and white Illustrations by Arthur Rackham; 765 copies

Shakespeare, William. A Midsummer Night's Dream. William Heinemann, London (1919). With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham.

Shakespeare, William. A Midsummer-Night's Dream. Doubleday, New York (1919).

EVANS, C.S. Cinderella. William Heinemann, London (1919). Limited to 850 copies; 525 (500 for sale) are printed on English hand-made paper and 325 (300 for sale) on Japanese vellum; Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. William Heinemann, London (1919). 24 fine colour plates by Arthur Rachkham

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1919). illustrated by Aurthur Rackham

Ford, Julia Ellsworth. Snickerty Nick. Moffat, Yard and Co, New York (1919). Rhymes by Witter Bynner; Illustrations by Arthur Rackham.

Child, Francis James. Some British Ballads. Constable and Co, London (1919). 575 copies printed; 16 full color, full page plates by Arthur Rackham.

Child, Francis James. Some British Ballads. Dodd, Mead and Co, New York (1919). plus 16 colour plates mounted on grey extra stock paper, 24 drawings in black and white, pictorial endpapers designed by Rackham

Ingoldsby, Thomas. Ingoldsby Legends. William Heinemann, London (1919). Mirth and Martels; 24 mounted colour plates on thick grey card stock, 12 tinted plates, monochrome illustrations in the text

Grimm, Brothers. Hansel and Grethel. Constable and Co. Ltd, London (1920). 20 colour tipped-in plates by Rackham

Grimm, Brothers. Hansel and Grethel. E. P. Dutton and Co, New York (1920). With 20 full colour illustrations and 28 in black and white by Rackham

Stephens, James. Irish Fairy Tales. Macmillan Company, New Year (1920). Illustrated with 16 color plates by Arthur Rackham

Stephens, James. Irish Fairy Tales. Macmillan and Co. Ltd, London (1920). Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 15 plates with printed tissue-guards, line drawings throughout by Rackham; 520 copies printed.

Evans, C. S. SLEEPING BEAUTY. Heinemann and Lippincott, London and New York (1920). 625 copies; 100 for united states of America; Illustrated by Rackham

Grimm, Jacob. Snowdrop. Constable and Company Ltd, London (1920). and Other Tales by the Brothers Grimm; 20 mounted color plates including the frontispiece Illustrations by Arthur Rackham.

VARIOUS. Some British Ballads. Dodd, Mead and Company, New York (1920). Sixteen (16) tipped in colour plates by Arthur Rackham

Ingoldsby, Thomas. Ingoldsby Legends. J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd, Aldine House, Bedford Street, London (1920). or Mirth and Marvels; 12 tinted illustrations, many monochrome illustrations in the text by Rackham

Ingoldsby, Thomas. Ingoldsby Legends. William Heinemann, London (1920). or, Mirth and Marvels; With 24 splendid, tipped-in color plates, mounted on heavy stock by Rackham

Richard Wagner. Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1920). Translated by Margaret Armour; Illustrated throughout with 34 color plates by Arthur Rackham

Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Heinemann, London (1920). With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham; Translated by Margaret Armour.

Evans, C S. The Sleeping Beauty. J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1920). Three color title page, one tipped-on color plate, three double-page color silhouette drawings, four double-page black and white silhouette drawings, eight black and white full-page drawings, and numerous small illustrations in text by Rackham.

EVANS, C.S. The Sleeping Beauty. William Heinemann, London (1920). Together with Cinderella; 1 colour mounted plate, 3 double page colour and silhouette illustrations, and numerous black and white drawings throughout by Arthur Rackham.

Phillpotts, Eden. A Dish of Apples. London and New York, Hodder and Stoughton (1921). With 3 mounted colour plates, tissues, and 7 black and white illustrations by Rackham; 500 copies.

Milton, John. Comus. Doubleday, Page and Company, New York (1921). Twenty four tipped in color plates by Rackham

Milton, John. Comus. Heinemann, London (1921). Toatl 550 copies printed; 400 for sale in the UK; illustrated title page, black and white drawings, 24 tipped-in colour plates with titled tissue guard

Milton, John. Comus. Librairie Hachette (1921). With 24 tipped-in color illustrations by Arthur Rackham, each with printed tissue overleaf; additional illustrations in black and white; 300 copies printed.

Fort, Paul. Le Livre des Ballades. H. Piazza L'Edition d'Art, Paris (1921). 14 tipped-in illustrations by Rackham, protected by captioned tissue guards; 1300 copies printed.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Wonder Book. George H. Doran, New York (1922). With tipped-in color plates and printed tissue overleaves; other color plates; and text illustrations in black and white by Arthur Rackham

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Wonder Book. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1922). 600 copies; 24 tipped-in colour plates, black and white drawings in the text by Rackham

Steel, Flora Annie. English Fairy Tales. Macmillan and Co., London (1922). Title page decorated, with a row of named children, b/w. Illus. throughout 15 superb colour plates, and 36 b/w drawings within text, by that famous illustrator Arthur Rackham

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL. Hawthorne's Wonder Book. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1922).

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL. Hawthorne's Wonder Book. GEORGE H. DORAN, New York (1922).

Morely, Christopher. Where the Blue Begins. J. B. Lippincott Co, Philadelphia (1922). Rackham illustrated children's fantasy novel with four color and sixteen black and white illustrations

Morley, Christopher. Where the Blue Begins. William Heinemann and Doubleday Page and Co., London and New York (1922). With four full page color plates and many black and white drawings by Rackham; 100 copies printed.

Rackham, Arthur. Das stille Volk. Zurich, Rascher (1923).

Grimm, Brothers. Snowdrop. Doubleday, Page, Garden City (1923). 20 tipped-in color plates, as well as numerous black and white illustrations by Rackham

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1924). With tipped-in coloured frontispiece, decorated title-page with vignette, and 49 full-page tipped-in coloured plates all and each with a captioned tissue guard by Rackham

Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. William Heinemann, London (1924). With 51 mounted full colour illustrations by the creative and imaginative hand of Arthur Rackham to the rear of book after the text

Shakespeare, William. A Midsummer Night's Dream. Heinemann, London (1925). Mounted colour frontispiece and plates and black-and-white illustrations by Rackham

Rackham, Arthur. Novellenbuch. Rascher and Cie, Zurich (1925). Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with nine tipped-in color plates; Text in German Includes eight stories by Eschenbach, Reuter, E.T.A. Hoffamnn, Lons, Mullenhoff, Riehl, Storm, and Poe (Hopp-Frosch).

Bianco, Margery Williams. Poor Cecco. Chatto and Windus, London (1925). Seven mounted color plates and twenty-four drawings in black and white

Bianco, Margery Williams. Poor Cecco. George H. Doran Company, New York (1925). The Wonderful Story of a Wonderrful Wooden Dog Who Was the Jolliest Toy in the House until He Went out to Explore the World; Limited to 105 Copies; Seven tipped in colour plates, and black and white drawings by Arthur Rackham

Morley, Christopher. Where The Blue Begins. William Heinemann, London (1925). Pictorial title page, four very distinctive colour plates and 16 black and white drawings by Rackham; 175 copies printed.

Morley, Christopher. Where the Blues Begins. Lippincott Philadelphia circa (1925). 4 full-page colour illustrations, 16 black-and-white drawings in the text

Morley, Christopher. Where the Blues Begins. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1925). With 4 colour plates and 16 black and white line drawings by Rackham

Fay, Erica. A Road to Fairyland. G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1926). With A Color Frontispiece by Arthur Rackham

Barrie, Sir J. M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1926). 15 tipped in plates by Arthur Rackham.

Shakespeare, William. Tempest. Doubleday Page, New York (1926). 20 color illustrations; b/w headpieces also by Rackham

Shakespeare, William. Tempest. William Heinemann, London (1926). 520 copies; With twelve full page color plates after paintings and many black and white drawings by Rackham

Rackham, Arthur. Arthur Rackham's Book Of Pictures. William Heinemann Ltd, London (1927). With An Introduction By Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch

Irving, Washington. Legend of Sleepy Hollow. David McKay (1928). Illustrated by Arthur Rackham; 250 copies printed.

Irving, Washington. Legend of Sleepy Hollow. George G. Harrap and Company, london (1928). With 8 illustrations in colour and in text line drawing by Rackham; 250 copies printed.

Brown, Abbie Farwell. Lonesomest Doll. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston (1928). 31 illustrations by Arthur Rackham, with frontispiece, title page and two interior illustrations in color

Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. William Heinemann, London and New York (1928). and SIEGFRIED AND THE TWILIGHT OF THE GODS; Translated by MARGARET ARMOUR; 2 Vols; 34 magnificent tipped-in colour plates by Arthur Rackham complete with captioned paper guards

Aesop. Aesop's Fables. William Heinnemann, London (1929). New translation by VS Vernon Jones, and new introduction by GK Chesterton and all plates with tissue guards; Illustrations by Rackham.

Ingoldsby, Thomas. Ingoldsby Legends. William Heinemann, London (1929). BARHAM, Richard Harris; Or Mirth and Marvels; With 24 tipped-in colour plates, 12 illustrations printed with tint, and 66 black white illustrations by Rackham

Goldsmith, Oliver. Vicar of Wakefield. George G. Harrap, London (1929). 12 colour plates and line drawings to text by Arthur Rackham; 575 copies printed

Goldsmith, Oliver. The Vicar of Wakefield. David McKay, Philadelphia (1929). 12 coloured plates and 22 b/w drawings by Rackham; 200 copies printed

Dickens, Charles. Chimes. George W. Jones (1931). Designed and printed by George Jones; 1500 copies printed; illustrated with six full-page black and white illustrations and fourteen smaller black and white drawings throughout the text by Arthur Rackham

Dickens, Charles. Chimes. Limited Editions Club, London (1931). Designed and printed by George Jones; 1500 copies printed; illustrated with six full-page black and white illustrations and fourteen smaller black and white drawings throughout the text by Arthur Rackham

Walton, Izaak. Compleat Angler. George G Harrap and Co, London (1931). or The Contemplative Man's Recreation; Being a Discourse of Rivers, Fishponds, Fish and Fishing not unworthy the Perusal of most Anglers; With twelve color plates by Arthur Rackham, each with captioned tissue overleaf; 775 copies

Walton, Izaak. Compleat Angler. David MacKay, Philadelphia (1931). Or the Contemplative Man's Recreation; Being a Discourse of Rivers, Fishponds, Fish and Fishing not unworthy the Perusal of most Anglers; 12 captioned tissue-guarded color plates by Rackham

Walton, Izaak. The Complete Angler. George Harrap, London (1931). or The Contemplative Man's Recreation; Being a Discourse of Rivers, Fishponds, Fish and Fishing not unworthy the Perusal of most Anglers; With twelve color plates by Arthur Rackham, each with captioned tissue overleaf; 775 copies

Moore, Clement C. Night Before Christmas. George Harrap, London (1931). Illustrated in both color and black and white by Arthur Rackham; 275 copies printed.

Anderson, Hans. Fairy Tales. David McKay Company, Philadelphia (1932). Twelve color plates w/captioned tissues intact; Over fifty black and white illustration throughout by Rackham

Anderson, Hans. Fairy Tales. George G. Harrap and Co, London (1932). Colour frontispiece and 11 plates, engravings throughout by Rackham; Limited to 525 copies

Ruskin, John. KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER. George Harrap and Co, London (1932). Four full-page illustrations in colour and fifteen drawings in black and white, also pictorial end-papers in green and white by Rackham; 570 copies; Only 550 copies for sale.

Moore, Clement C. The Night Before Christmas. George C. Harrap and Co, London (1932). four colour plates and black/white drawings by Arthur Rackham

Rossetti, Christina. Goblin Market. Lippincott (1933). Pictorial cover, endpapers, frontis and 3 full pg color plates and 19 black and white drawings all by Arthur Rackham

Rossetti, Christina. Goblin Market. George Harrap, London (1933). Frontispiece and three colour plates, as well as monochrome illustrations in the text throughout by Rackham; 410 copies printed; 400 copies for sale.

Rackham, Arthur. The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book. Lippincott (1933). A Book of Old Favourites with New Illustrations; Illustrated in color and black and white by Arthur Rackham

Rackham, Arthur. The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book. R and R CLark, Edinburgh, Scotland (1933). A Book of Old Favorites with New Illustrations; 8 color plates and 53 line illustrations in the text; 460 copies printed; The volume volume includes stories by Hans Christian Andersen (The Ugly Duckling The Princess and the Pea and The Emperor's New Clothes among others), stories from the Arabian Nights, tradition nursery stories such as Beauty and the Beast Cinderealla Little Red Riding Hood Rip Van Winkle and Hansel and Grethel.

Rackham, Arthur. The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book. George G. Harrap and Co, London (1933). A Book of Old Favourites with New Illustrations; With 8 full-page color plates and 60 drawings in black and white by Arthur Rackham; 460 copies

Browning, Robert. Pied Piper of Hamelin. George G. Harrap and Co, London (1934). 4 color plates and numerous black and white illustrations plus 2-color silhouette endpapers and 3-color paste-down silhouette cover by Rackham; 410 copies printed.

Poe, Edgar Allen. Tales of Mystery and the Imagination. George C. Harrap and Co. Ltd, London (1935). Contains 12 color plates with printed tissue guards, 17 full-page black and white illustrations, and several decorations on text pages by Rackham; limited to 460 copies

Rackham, Arthur. Arthur Rackham. Suttonhouse (1936). A Bibliography; LATIMORE, Sarah Briggs and HASKELL, Grace Clark; 550 copies printed.

IBSEN, HENRIK. PEER GYNT. George G. Harrap and Co. Ltd, London (1936). A DRAMATIC POEM; Illustrated with 12 colour plates, captioned tissues and several black and white illustrations by Rackham; 460 copies printed.

Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver's Travels. Temple Press (1937). 12 color plates plus several b/w illustrations by Rackham

Mackaye, Percy. Far Familiar. Richards Press Ltd, London (1938). Fifty New Poems; The black-and-white frontispiece is by Arthur Rackham

Rossetti, Christina. Goblin Market. George G. Harrap, and Co. Ltd, London (1939). illustrated with the color frontispiece, and 19 various sized black and white drawings and designs, some used as head or tail-pieces; Color-printed paper wrappers, with Arthur Rackham designs on the front cover; white and tan endpapers are designed by Rackham

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. Temple Press, London (1939). Mary Lamb; With 12 colour plates by ARTHUR RACKHAM

Shakespeare, William. COMEDIES HISTORIES and TRAGEDIES. Limited Editions Club, New York (1939). A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM; 1950 copies printed.

Shakespeare, William. PLAYS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Limited Editions Club, New York (1939). THE COMEDIES, HISTORIES and TRAGEDIES: 37 volumes; Edited by Herbert Farjeon; Each of the 37 volumes is illustrated by one of the world's leading book artists including Arthur Rackham, Eric Gill, Robert Gibbings, Jean Charlot, and Frans Masereel;1950 copies

Richard Wagner. Ring of the Niblung. William Heinemann, London (1939). The Rhinegold, The Valkyrie, Siegfried, and, The Twilight of the Gods); With 48 coloured plates by Arthur Rackham; Translated by Margaret Armour

Grahame, Kenneth. Wind in the Willows. Heritage Press, New York (1940). Intro by A.A. Milne; 12 lovely illustrations by Rackham

Grahame, Kenneth. Wind in the Willows. Limited Editions Club, New York (1940). Rogers, Bruce; 2,020 copies; illustrated by Arthur Rackham who provides 16 full color, full page plates; introduction by A. A. Milne

Grahame, Kenneth. Wind in the Willows. Methuen London, London (1950). Introduction by A. A. Milne; Contains 178 printed pages of text with 12 full-page colour plates and 15 monochrome line illustrations in the text by Rackham

Graham, Kenneth. Wind in the Willows. Methuen, London (1951). Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 12 tipped-in color plates and numerous black and white illustrations; Limited to 500 numbered copies; Introduction by A. A. Milne