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LUCIE ATTWELL'S ANNUAL 1974

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Dean: 1973

Edition: First edition

Seller ID: 9311

Condition: Very Good


Glazed picture boards. Nice colour illustrations. Puzzles and pictures to colour, and completed as expected! Enchanting. View more info

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CHRISTMAS EVE CALENDAR

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £35.00

Publisher: Valentine's: 1930

Edition: First Issue

Seller ID: 023406

Condition: Very Good


Exquisite laid on picture featuring Two Tinies, doll, mice and lots of Boo Boos! Approx. 10 x 12 inches. Stiff card with outlined frame. "A Mabel Lucie Attwell Calendar. Good Luck and Best Wishes." Circa 1930's early 1940's. Wonderful! View more info

HUSH-A-BYE-BABY HANDKERCHIEF

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £10.00

Publisher: 1950

Edition: First Issue

Seller ID: 024182

Condition: Very Good


Delightful children's hanky, with charming Attwell illustrations. Irresistible. Superb condition. Circa late 1950's/1960'S View more info

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DUTCH LANGUAGE: BIRTHDAY GREETING CARD

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £5.00

Publisher: Swan: 1950

Edition: First edition

Seller ID: 17515

Condition: Near Fine


Greeting for a Five Year Old. Features Attwell tiny & her doll. Gelukkige Verjaarsdag, & verse to correspond. Circa 1950's View more info

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BIRTHDAY GREETING CARD FOR A TWO YEAR OLD

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Valentine: 1940

Edition: 1st issue

Seller ID: 18887

Condition: Very Good


Little Boy - Little Boy - Two To-day - God Bless you, darling, the whole of Life's way! Features Attwell chubby boy on rocking horse, with two teddies, on front, and little boy with toy train, rabbits & lizards inside. Inside verse too, I'd love to be Two - The same as you, With so much to see And such lots to do! Circa 1940's View more info

MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL BISCUIT TIN "MARY LOU"

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £15.00

Publisher: HBS: 1950

Edition: First Issue

Seller ID: 024064

Condition: Very Good


Attractive biscuit tin, 8 inches in diameter, still with the remains of the biscuit selection label on the base of tin. Mary Lou is sitting on cushions, her cat at her side, with knitting, radio slippers ( she is warming her feet on the fender!) boiling kettle on trivet, and her cocoa and biscuits at her side! Charming! Side of tin, which is slightly faded in places, is decorated with various items of pretty china. Circa late 1950's. View more info

"SPREADING HAPPINESS" PICTURE - Valentine's 'Bijou' Mottoes Series

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Valentine's: 1940

Edition: First Issue

Seller ID: 023376

Condition: Very Good


Enchanting little picture originally intended as a Greeting gift. Attwell Tiny writing a letter - "A Cheerio!" - An "How'd You Be", whether it comes from you - to me, or, whether it goes from me to you, it's 'Grand' what a "Cheerio" can do! " Gorgeous! Perfect gift - 3.5 inches by 4.5 inches. Glass with gilded edging, and backing and stand card watered silk effect. Still with original untouched "FROM" label. These were really popular from the 1930's onwards. Nice to have A Lucie Attwell one! View more info

A FROSTY WINTER MORNING - HANDKERCHIEF

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £10.00

Publisher: 1950

Edition: First Issue

Seller ID: 024184

Condition: Very Good


Delightful children's hanky, with charming Attwell illustrations. Irresistible. Superb condition. Circa late 1950's/1960'S. Gorgeous! View more info

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LUCIE ATTWELL'S PAINTING BOOK No. 3

By: ATTWELL Mabel Lucie

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Dean: 1965

Edition: First edition

Seller ID: 21602

Condition: Very Good


Glazed picture boards, gorgeous colour illustrations, with black and white outlines to colour on opposite page. One of these partially and slightly messily completed, but the rest untouched, and very scarce thus. A delight. Most evocative, I remember my children having this book and we all loved it. Quite irresistible. View more info