CHILDREN'S NONSENSE RHYMES by Joseph William Darton

Joseph William Darton, Senior produced several fantastic board games in the early 1820’s. He was a member of the Darton family who were publishers of children’s books from 1787 to the end of World War I (1918) Joseph William Darton, Jr. was a trained printer and engraver and it is believed he designed and created games to sell at his shop in London The Repertory of Genius The Gallery has a collection of original chromolithographs of Nonsense Verse written by Gordon Browne, son of H.K.Browne (PHIZ), after Children's illustrator Joseph William Darton. Designed in England, Printed in Holland, On English Paper London c.1896
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Condition = Good with some light foxing
Approx Size = 20 cm x 27 cm
AUD$65 in mat presentation.
Nonsense verse by Gordon Browne, Original chromolithographs by Joseph William Darton published London c.1896

PL5. "A Singular Plural"
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Nonsense verse by Gordon Browne, Original chromolithographs by Joseph William Darton published London c.1896

PL5. "A Little Lamb (and sauce)"
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Nonsense verse by Gordon Browne, Original chromolithographs by Joseph William Darton published London c.1896

PL5. "A White Rhinoceros"
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Nonsense verse by Gordon Browne, Original chromolithographs by Joseph William Darton published London c.1896

PL5. "The Academic"

Nonsense verse by Gordon Browne, Original chromolithographs by Joseph William Darton published London c.1896

PL5. "Little Hector had a Mother..."

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