(London: Frederick Warne & Co., [1969]).

ONE OF THE MOST LOVED OF BEATRIX POTTER'S TWENTY-THREE ANIMAL TALES. Potter's pet hedgehog, Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, and Kitty MacDonald, a Scottish washerwoman, were the inspirations for the eponymous heroine. Lucie Carr, a child friend of Potter's, was the model for the fictional Lucie. Item #25619

A handsome printing in the original format and by Potter's original publisher. With 27 colour illustrations on double-sided plates, illustrated endpapers, and and cover decoration all by Beatrix Potter. 12mo, publisher’s original buff boards lettered in red on the upper cover and spine, with pictorial colour pastedown on the front cover, in the original pictorially decorated white paper dustjacket. 59 pp. A fine copy, even the jacket with only trivial evidence of use.

Price: $75.00