A TREASURY OF PLEASURE BOOKS, FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. New York: Sheldon & Company, 1860. Octavo, not paginated, numerous woodcut illustrations, many hand colored, original decorated brown pebbled cloth stamped in gold, a.e.g., decorated endpapers. First collected edition. A bind-up of ten unpaginated 16-page booklets for children, a mix of prose and verse, nursery stories, animal fables and cautionary tales, plus a reading primer. A production similar but more lavish to Sheldon's A TREASURY OF OF SCRIPTURE STORIES (1861). Not in Hamilton. Cloth worn at edges, binding shaken, some scatted spotting and staining, a sound, good copy of an uncommon book. (#129055).

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