2 edition of Mister Tootleoo found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Bernard Darwin & Elinor Darwin.|
|Contributions||Darwin, Elinor Mary Monsell, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.3.D259 Mi|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||33036234|
Mr Tootleoo and Co. London, Faber and Faber, Oblong small quarto,  pages (first two and last one blank) with a pictorial title page, 20 full-page plates, and a small illustration on the second-last page; all illustrations are in colour. Colour-pictorial papered boards a little rubbed at the extremities; an excellent copy (internally. The tale of Mr. Tootleoo [Bernard Darwin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
An illustration from “Mr Tootleoo and Co.” () by writer Bernard Darwin (–) and illustrator Elinor Darwin (–) Born Elinor Monsell in the Irish city of Limerick, she moved to. Mr. Tootleoo is a sailor who suffers shipwreck but doesn't drown. "Close at hand, upon my word, he found a Cockyollybird." It goes on to tell of the cockyolly chicks, a whale, a seagull who takes an egg to our hero, and finally, the Cockyollybird turns into a lovely lady, her chicks become girls and boys, and Mr. Tootleoo proposes.
London: The Nonesuch Press, 1st Edition Keynes Unpaginated. Beautifully illustrated with color lithographic plates. Oblong format: /8 x /4. Original tan paper boards with red decorations & red medallion in center of top board. No dust jacket. General wear & soiling to boards. Top board faint vertical crease. Corners curled. In brown pictorial paper-covered boards, printed in blue silhouettes. Issued in dark blue dust jacket; pictorial title and price on front cover, advertisement for The Week-end book on back cover. Sequel to The Tale of Mr. Tootleoo; advertisement on verso of title page for second imprint of The tale of Mr. Tootleoo. Description.
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Charming black and white drawings illustrate every text page. The tale of Mr. Tootleoo is written in rhyming couplets. This is the first reprint of The Tale of Mr. Tootleoo published in and Tootleoo Two published in A delightful book about "A sailor jovial and brave/Who sailed upon the ocean wave." Size: Quarto.
Seller Inventory # London: The Nonesuch Press, First edition. First edition, first impression, inscribed upon publication on the front blank by the authors With love from / Eily and Bernard. / Xmas Small oblong quarto.
92 pages. Vignette title-page and twenty-two full page color lithographed plates by Elinor Darwin. Publisher's original tan pictorial paper boards with red medallion.
Tootleoo and Co. by Darwin, Bernard and Elinor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at "The tale of Mr.
Tootleoo was first published in ; Tootleloo Two in The pictures were in color, and the books cost 6s. each. They are now out of print. Both stories are reprinted here, with the pictures redesigned in black and white"--Title page verso.
Description:  Mister Tootleoo book. Mister Tootleoo: One & two, [Bernard Darwin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Antique Mister Tootleoo 1&2 Bernard Darwin Book for auction. Good condition for age with some definite signs of wear. London: The Nonesuch Press Oblong 8vo. n.d. unnumbered.
45 leaves, including 22 splendid full page colour illustrations. In the original light brown paper cover boards, with red decoration to the spine and corners, and a large blind stamped. Tootleoo Two.
First edition, first impression, of the second Mr. Tootleoo book. Bernard Darwin () was the grandson of the naturalist Charles Darwin. He and his wife collaborated on their children's books, with Bernard providing the text, and Elinor the illustrations. First edition, first impression, of the first Mr.
Tootleoo book. Bernard Darwin ( ) was the grandson of the naturalist Charles Darwin. He and his wife collaborated on their children's books, with Bernard providing the text, and Elinor the illustrations. With a handwritten note on the publisher's stationery loosely inserted, apparently. THE TALE OF MR.
TOOTLEOO written by Darwin, Bernard illustrated by Darwin, Elinor published by The Nonesuch Press (STOCK CODE: ) for sale by Stella & Rose's Books.
London: The Nonesuch Press, n.d. and Children's Illustrated. FIRST EDITIONS. In two volumes. Oblong 19 x 26cm, unpaginated. With bright colour illustrations by Elinor Darwin facing every page of text.
In publisher's original paper-covered card covers, with red decoration to volume I and blue to volume II. Some weakness to binding of volume II. Tootleoo and Co. London: Faber & Faber, First Edition. Illustrated with 18 full page colour illlustration by Elinor Darwin.
With coloured frontis and small illustration to rear. Oblong 8vo. Ownership inscription to front free end paper.
Good copy in coloured illustrated paper covered boards. Scarce. THE TALE OF MR. TOOTLEOO. by Bernard Darwin. Illustrated by Elinor Darwin. Published by The Nonesuch Press.
1st. Almost very good condition. Oblong format. Brown paperboards with red spine and vignettes. Full-page colour pictures. Bumping and wear to spine, corners and cover edges.
A few marks and creases to covers. London, The Nonesuch Press FIRST THUS: Quarto. Unpaginated. Publisher's pale blue boards with red fish device. Original scarlet end papers. Contains 40 delightfully comic monochrome illustrations. Exterior is still remarably bright.
Some scattered foxing to first and last leaves, otherwise a very good copy indeed. This is a cheaper uncoloured edition of the earlier two tales, but much. Mister Tootleoo by Bernard Darwin,The Nonesuch Press edition, in English Buy this book.
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An edition of Mister Tootleoo () Mister TootleooPages: Available now at - London: The Nonesuch Press,  - - Inscribed By The Author and Artist In The Scarce Dust Jacket DARWIN, Bernard and Elinor Darwin.
The Tale of Mr. Tootleoo. London: The Nonesuch Press, n.d. [Dec. First edition, first impression, inscribed upon publication on the front blank by the authors "With love from / Eily and Bernard.
‘Now listen while I tell to you, the tale of Mr. Tootleoo, A sailor jovial and brave who sailed upon the ocean wave’. I’m crazy about “Mr Tootleoo” - written and illustrated by Charles Darwin’s grandson, Bernard Darwin and his wife Elinor.
My Dad had it read to him as a child and he read it to me and I. London: The Nonesuch Press, Item # Inscribed By The Author and ArtistIn The Scarce Dust JacketDARWIN, Bernard and Elinor Darwin. The Tale of Mr. Tootleoo.
London: The Nonesuch Press, n.d. Dec. First edition, first impression, inscribed upon publication on the front blank by the authors With love from / Eily and Bernard. The Tale of Mister Tootleoo. London, The Nonesuch Press,  (first edition).
Oblong quarto,  pages with 22 full-page colour plates. Pictorial papered boards with the large relief coin printed in the centre of the front cover; flyleaves a little offset, with the rear one creased; essentially a fine copy with the slightly chipped dustwrapper (with the coin design visible through a.
London: Nonesuch Press, Book. Very good- condition. Hardcover. First thus edition. Octavo (8vo).  pages of text. Original hardcover binding is rubbed at the extremities, with overall minor soiling and shelfwear; protected in custom stiff archiva.
The tale of Mr Tootleoo Hardcover – January 1, by Elinor DARWIN, Bernard & DARWIN (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover, January 1, — — $Author: Elinor DARWIN, Bernard & DARWIN."The Tale of Mr.
Tootleoo", by Bernard Darwin The Nonesuch Press, London -first UK edition - 55p, 20cmx16cm - 22 Darwin colored plates - condition: very good; paper covered boards with embossed design to front board, with all 22 plates (slight damage to last two plates).
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