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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Greenaway, Kate

Jerrold, Alice. A Cruise in the Acorn. Marcus Ward, London (1875). Six unsigned illustrations by Greenaway printed in colors on stiff glazed paper and mounted within a black-and-white ornamental border

Potter, F. Scarlett. Melcomb Manor, A Family Chronicle. Marcus Ward and Co, London (1875). WITH SIX FULL-PAGE, INSERTED PLATES IN GOLD AND COLORS by Kate Greenaway.

Crane, Walter. THE QUIVER OF LOVE. Marcus Ward and Co, London (1876). A COLLECTION OF VALENTINES ANCIENT AND MODERN; extra illustrated chromolitho title and 8 plates printed in gold and colours, (4 by Greenaway, 4 by Walter Crane).

GREENAWAY, Kate. Under the Window. George Routledge and Sons, London (1879). Pictures and Rhymes for Children by Kate Greenaway as originally Engraved and Printed by Edmund Evans; The first issue with End of Contents on page 14 and the imprint on the verso of title page.

Greenaway, Kate. Birthday Book for Children. George Routledge and Sons (1880). 382 illustrations by Greenaway

Greenaway, Kate. Birthday Gift Book. Frederick Warne and Co, London (1880). AUNT LOUISA; Comprising Hop-O-My-Thumb, King, Queen and Knave of Hearts, Sing-A-Song-Of-Sixpence, The Fairy at the Fountain; Or, The Two Girls; With Twenty-Four Pages of Illustrations

Greenway, Kate. A Day in a childs Life. George Routledge and Sons, London (1881). Music by Myles B.Foster; Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans; Illustrated with plates, drawings and vignettes in colour by Kate Greenaway

Greenaway, Kate. Calendar of the Seasons. Marcus Ward, London (1881). Four unsigned colored illustrations by Kate Greenaway.

Greenaway, Kate. Mother Goose. George Routledge and Sons, London (1881). Old Nursery Rhymes; Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans; Engraved colour illustrated half-title and title-page and 46 fine illustrations in colour with rhymes on every page by Kate Greenaway.

Greenaway, Kate. Almanack for 1883. George Routledge, London (1883). Colour illustrations by Kate Greenaway; Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans

Taylor, Jane. LITTLE ANN and other poems. George Routledge and Sons, London (1883). Ann Taylor; 39 coloured illustrations and numerous endpieces, all by Greenaway

Greenway, Kate. Almanack for 1884. George Routledge, London (1884). Twenty-four pages with colored illustrations in text, including a full-page color frontispiece and twelve half-page color drawings by Kate Greenaway; This book was printed by Edmund Evans

Greenaway, Kate. Language of Flowers. London: George Routledge and Sons (1884). Illustrated by Kate Greenaway; Printed in color by Edmund Evans

Greenaway, Kate. Painting Book. George Routledge and Sons, London (1884). 40,000 copies; Numerous black and white illustrations by Kate Greenway

Ruskin, John. Dame Wiggins of Lee, and Her Seven Wonderful Cats. George Allen, Sunnyside, Orpington (1885). A Humorous Tale Written Principally by a Lady of Ninety; Twenty-two woodcut illustrations by Kate Greenaway; Edited, with additional verses, by John Ruskin.

Greenaway, Kate. Kate Greenaways Alphabet. George Routledge and Sons, London (1885). Illustrated by Kate Greenaway.

Greenaway, Kate. Kate Greenaways Geburtstagsbuch fur Kinder. Theodor Stroefers Kunstverlag, Munchen (1885). Mit 382 Illustrationen, gezeichnet von kate Greenaway, gedruckt von Edmund Evans; Mit Versen von Mrs. Dsale Barker;Ubersetzt von Helene Binder

Greenaway, Kate. Marigold Garden. George Routledge and Sons, London (1885). Pictures and rhymes by Kate Greenaway, printed in colours by Edmund Evans.

Mavor, William. The English Spelling-Book. George Routledge and Sons, London (1885). Frontis, ornamental alphabet and numerous illustrations by Kate Greenaway; engraved and printed in sepia by Edmund Evans

Harte, Bret. The Queen of the Pirate Isle. Chatto and Windus, London (1885). illustrations in colour by Kate Greenaway

Greenaway, Kate. A Apple Pie. George Routledge, London (1886). 20 colour illustrations by Kate Greenaway.

Greenaway, Kate. Almanack For 1886. George Routledge and Sons, London (1886). illustrated by Kate Greenaway

Harte, Bret. The Queen of the Pirate Isle. Chatto and Windus, London (1886). With color frontispiece and 27 color illustrations by Kate Greenaway; Engraved and Printed by Edmund Evans.

Greenaway, Kate. ALMANACK FOR 1887. George Routledge and Sons, London (1887). Herrick, Shakespeare, Spenser, Fletcher

Harte, Bret. The Queen of the Pirate Isle. Houghton, Mifflin and Co., Boston (1887). Illustrated by Kate Greenaway, engraved and printed in colors by Edmund Evans.

Greenaway, Kate. Almanack for 1888. George Routledge and Sons (1888).

Greenaway, Kate. Kate Greenaways Painting Book. Frederick Warne and Co, London (1888). With Outlines from her Various Works for Girls and Boys to Paint

Browning, Robert. The Pied Piper of Hamelin. George Routledge and Sons, London (1888). First edition, first issue, with the Glasgow imprint on the title page; containing 35 color illustrations by Greenaway

Greenaway, Kate. Almanach De Kate Greenaway Pour. Librairie Hachette, Paris (1889).

Greenaway, Kate. Kate Greenaways Book of Games. George Routledge and Sons, London (1889). With 24 full-page plates engraved and printed in colours by Edmund Evans.

Browning, Robert. L’HOMME a la FLuTE. Hachette, Paris (1889). Interpretation de G. Girardin; 34 illustrations en couleurs de Kate Greenaway

Greenaway, Kate. Almanack For 1892. George Routledge, London (1892). Twenty-two color illustrations printed by Edmund Evans

Greenaway, Kate. Almanach De Kate Greenaway Pour. Librairie Hachette et Cie., Paris (1893).

Greenaway, Kate. Under The Window. London (1900). With illustrations in colour, illustrated endpapers

Spielmann, M.H. Life of Kate Greenaway. Adam and Charles Black, London (1905). G.S. Layard; Frontispiece and fifty-three color plates, thirty-four black and white plates, with tissue guards, and numerous text illustrations by Kate greenaway; 500 copies

Greenaway, Kate. Marigold garden. Frederick Warne, London (1910). Illustrated by the author

Greenaway, Kate. Kate Greenaway Pictures. Frederick Warne and Co. Ltd., London (1921). 20 laid-down colour plates from originals by Greenaway hitherto unpiblished

Illustrated by Kate Greenaway. Almanack for 1924. Frederick Warne and Co Ltd, London (1924). With textual illustrations in colour by Kate Greenaway, engraved and printed by Edmund Evans

Thomson, Susan Ruth. Kate Greenaway. Wayne State University, Detroit (1977). A Catalogue of the Kate Greenaway Collection, Rare Book Room, Detroit Public Library