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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Lear, Edward

LEAR, EDWARD. Platycercus Pileatus. London (1830). Lear, Edward (drawn and lithographed by).Red-capped Parrakeet. Female. In the Possession of the Right Hon. Lord Stanley; 175 copies printed.

Lear, Edward. Platycercus Stanleyii. Edward Lear, London (1830). Stanley Parakeet, Young Male;Plate from Illustrations of the Family Psittacidae, or Parrots; Hand colored lithograph, printed by Charles Hullmandel; 175 copies printed.

Lear, Edward. Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae, or Parrots. Edward Lear, London (1832). the greater Part of them Species Hitherto unfigured , containing forty- two lithographic Plates , drawn from Life and on Stone; 175 copies printed.

Lear, Edward. Journals of a landscape painter in Albania. Richard Bentley, London (1851). Map of Albania and region as frontispiece, 20 tinted lithographic plates printed by Hullmandel and Walton

Lear, Edward. Journals of a landscape painter in southern Calabria. Richard Bentley, London (1852). lithographed maps,20 tinted lithographed plates drawn on stone by Lear from his own drawings, printed by Hullmandel and Walton

Lear, Edward. A Book of Nonsense. Routledge, Warne and Routledge, London (1862). With many new pictures and verses; 112 illustrations by Lear with verses underneath

Lear, Edward. Book of nonsense. Routledge, Warne and Routledge, London (1863). Illustrated through out with black and white illustrations

Lear, Edward. Lear's Shilling Book of Nonsense. (1865). with illustrations by Edward Lear on every page, plus all three title-pages bound in; 3 parts bound in 1 volume.

Lear, Edward. Journal of a Landscape Painter in Corsica. Robert John Bush, London (1870). map, 40 wood-engraved plates and 40 wood-engraved illustrations, all from originals by Edward Lear, by J.D. Cooper, Pibaraud, Pegard, Pannemaker and Badoureau

Lear, Edward. Nonsense Songs. Robert John Bush, London (1871). Stories, Botany, and Alphabets

Lear, Edward. Nonsense Songs. James R. Osgood and Co, Bost (1871). Stories, Botany, and Aphabets; With 150 illustrations by Edward Lear

Lear, Edward. More Nonsense. R. J. Bush, London (1872). Pictures, Rhymes, Botany, Etc; Illustrated with 138 plates from original drawings by Edward Lear, including 12 Nonsense, 100 Nonsense Pictures and Rhymes, and 26 (alphabetical) Nonsense Rhymes and Pictures; which contained among others The Owl and the Pussy-cat, The Duck and the Kangaroo, The Daddy Long-Legs and the Fly, and The Jumblies, and More Nonsense (1872).

Lear, Edward. Nonsense Songs. Robert John Bush, London (1872). Stories, Botany, and Alphabets

Lear, Edward. LEAR'S SHILLING BOOK OF NONSENSE. Frederick Warne and Co, London (1875).

Lear, Edward. Laughable lyrics. Robert John Bush, London (1877). A Fourth Book of Nonsense Poems, Songs, Botany, Music etc; Illustrated by Lear throughout; Lear's final nonsense book, containing The Dong with a Luminous Nose etc.

Lear, Edward. The Jumblies. Young Scott, New York (1968). Illustrated by Edward Gorey

Lear, Edward. Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae, or Parrots. Pion Ltd., London (1978). forty-two lithographic plates. Faksimile der Erstauflage (Im Selbstverlag d. Verfassers, London 1832); Illustrated with 42 beautiful reproductions of Lear's color lithographs; 530 copies printed.

Lear, Edward. The Pobble Who Has No Toes. Lock's Press, Brisbane (1979). 8 engravings by Margaret Lock; 60 copies printed.

Lear, Edward. Views in the Seven Ionian Islands. Hugh Broadbent, Oldham (1979). Hand coloured vignette title page and 20 hand coloured full page plates; 1000 copies printed.