Lawson Wood  Gran'pops Book of Fun. 1930's, Monkeys and BearsLawson Wood  Gran'pops Book of Fun. 1930's, Monkeys and BearsLawson Wood  Gran'pops Book of Fun. 1930's, Monkeys and BearsLawson Wood  Gran'pops Book of Fun. 1930's, Monkeys and Bears

I love the drawings of Lawson Wood and this 1940's book contains some lovely ones. It is called Gran'pop's Book Of Fun , printed and produced by Birn Brothers Limited, England. It is an oversized paper book 9 3/4 by 10 3/4 inches . Not in very good condition, well used with marks and small tares and the middle pages have come out of the stapled book, staples rusted. There is a pencil inscription on the inside cover 'To Geoffrey Love Mammy on your 7th Birthday' . It has 16 colour plated with a page story to each one. The colour plates are wonderful and I know some people put these into frames. Will be posted in a large padded bag. Please take a good look at all the photo's , you can enlarge them by clicking on them and do not hesitate to email me if you need more photo's or you have any questions.

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Lawson Wood Gran'pops Book of Fun. 1930's, Monkeys and Bears

£20 GBP   ~ $26 USD

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