1865. New York: McLoughlin Bros., [n.d. but circa. 1865].
12mo, (12) pp. A shaped book in the form of Mother Goose. Stiff-paper illustrated wrappers with some largely harmless wear. The crown of Mother Goose’s hat has chipped away; front cover with an inconspicuously repaired tear. The contents are remarkably clean and the book is overall in pleasing condition. Very good.
§ A collection of handsomely illustrated nursery rhymes, including “Simple Simon,” “Sing a Song of Sixpence,” and “Little Bo Peep,” each set within bright and cheerful full-page illustrations. (AAS 19th Century American Children’s Book Trade Directory). Item #104897