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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Aldin, Cecil

Hansall, John & Aldin, Cecil. Two Well Worn Shoe Stories. Sands and Co, London (1899). Colour printed full page illustrations.

Aldin, Cecil. A Gay Dog: The story of a Foolish Year. William Heinemann, London (1905).

Aldin, Cecil. Pickles. Henry Frowde and Hodder and Stroughton, London (1909). 24 full page colour illustrations.

Aldin, Cecil. The black puppy book. Henry Frowde and Hodder and Stroughton, London (1909).

Aldin, Cecil. The White Puppy Book. Henry Frowde and Hodder and Stroughton, London (1909).

Aldin, Cecil. The Twins. Henry Frowde and Hodder and Stroughton, London (1910).

Aldin, Cecil. The Red Puppy Book. Henry Frowde and Hodder and Stroughton, London (1910).

Dickens, Charles. The Postumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Chapman Hall, London (1910). 2 volumes. Illustrated by Cecil Aldin with 98 drawings and 22 coloured plates.

Aldin, Cecil. Merry and bright. Henry Frowde and Hodder and Stroughton, London (1911).

Aldin, Cecil; Wodehouse, P.G. & Et. Al. Cecil Aldins Happy Family. Henry Frowde and Hodder and Stroughton, London (1912).

Emanuel, Walter. The Dog Who Wasn't What He Thought He Was. Raphael Tuck and Sons (1914).

Aldin, Cecil. Old Inns. Heinemann, London (1921). 380 copies signed by artist. 16 colour plates and 45 black and white illustrations.

Aldin, Cecil. US. Humphrey Milford (1922).

Aldin, Cecil. Dogs Of Character. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1927). 250 copies. Signed by Aldin

Chalmers, Patrick R.. A Dozen Dogs or So. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1928). 250 copies. Signed by the author and artist.

Aldin, Cecil. Romance of the Road. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1928).

Aldin, Cecil & Chalmers, Patrick R.. Forty Fine Ladies. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1929). 250 copies signed by author and illustrator.

Aldin, Cecil. Sleeping partners. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1929).

Aldin, Cecil. An Artist's Models. H. F. and G. Witherby, London (1930).

Aldin, Cecil. Just Among Friends. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1934).

Aldin, Cecil. Time I Was Dead. Pages from my Autobiography. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1934). 100 copies. Signed by author.