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Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Two Rogues Calling Themselves Weavers Made Their Appearance, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson

Two Rogues Calling Themselves Weavers Made Their Appearance, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson
Two Rogues Calling Themselves Weavers Made Their Appearance, c1930. An illustration from The Emperors New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen. From Hans Andersens Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: The Nile Flood Had Retired, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson

The Nile Flood Had Retired, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson
The Nile Flood Had Retired, c1930. An illustration from The Marsh Kings Daughter by Hans Christian Andersen. From Hans Andersens Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: And The Cat Said, Can You Purr?, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson

And The Cat Said, Can You Purr?, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson
And The Cat Said, Can You Purr?, c1930. An illustration from The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen. From Hans Andersens Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Rudyard Kipling, 1935, (1933). Artist: GL Manuel Freres

Rudyard Kipling, 1935, (1933). Artist: GL Manuel Freres
Rudyard Kipling, 1935, (1933). Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), English writer. From Rudyard Kiplings Verse, Inclusive Edition, 1885-1932. [Hodder and Stoughton Limited, London, 1933]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Sir J. M. Barrie, 1928. Creator: Unknown

Sir J. M. Barrie, 1928. Creator: Unknown
Sir J. M. Barrie, 1928. Scottish novelist and dramatist Sir James Matthew Barrie (1860-1937) is best remembered as the author of " Peter Pan"

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: The Little Robber-Maiden, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson

The Little Robber-Maiden, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson
The Little Robber-Maiden, c1930. An illustration from The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen. From Hans Andersens Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: She stood and swung the lantern slowly from side to side, 1914. Creator: William Barnes Wollen

She stood and swung the lantern slowly from side to side, 1914. Creator: William Barnes Wollen
She stood and swung the lantern slowly from side to side, 1914. From " Princess Marys Gift Book", a collection of childrens stories by the leading authors of the day

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: A Spell for a Fairy, 1914. Creator: Claude Allin Shepperson

A Spell for a Fairy, 1914. Creator: Claude Allin Shepperson
A Spell for a Fairy, 1914. From " Princess Marys Gift Book", a collection of childrens stories by the leading authors of the day, with illustrations from well-known artists

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Instructing her dolly in the art of going off nicely to by-byes, 1914. Creator

Instructing her dolly in the art of going off nicely to by-byes, 1914. Creator
Instructing her dolly in the art of going off nicely to by-byes, 1914. Sleepy child with a doll. From " Princess Marys Gift Book"

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Fleur-de-Lis, 1914. Creator: Carlton Alfred Smith

Fleur-de-Lis, 1914. Creator: Carlton Alfred Smith
Fleur-de-Lis, 1914. Mother and child. From " Princess Marys Gift Book", a collection of childrens stories by the leading authors of the day, with illustrations from well-known artists

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Mary, 1914. Creator: James Jebusa Shannon

Mary, 1914. Creator: James Jebusa Shannon
Mary, 1914. Portrait of Mary, Princess Royal (1897-1965), the third child and eldest daughter of King George V and Mary of Teck

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Prince William of Orange In His Thirteenth Year, c1662, (1928). Creator: Unknown

Prince William of Orange In His Thirteenth Year, c1662, (1928). Creator: Unknown
Prince William of Orange In His Thirteenth Year, c1662, (1928). Portrait of Willihellimus Henricus ye IIId Prince of Oringe, the future King William III of England (1650-1702) as a teenager

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: The Quay, North Shields, 1928. Creator: F Robson

The Quay, North Shields, 1928. Creator: F Robson
The Quay, North Shields, 1928. Buildings on the quayside in the port of North Shields, Tyneside. From " The Bookman - Special Christmas Number 1928". [Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, London, 1928]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Alfred Noyes, 1928. Creator: Frank E Slater

Alfred Noyes, 1928. Creator: Frank E Slater
Alfred Noyes, 1928. Portrait of British poet, short-story writer and playwright Alfred Noyes (1880-1958). From " The Bookman - Special Christmas Number 1928"

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Head-Piece to The Ghost Raid. 1928. Creator: Unknown

Head-Piece to The Ghost Raid. 1928. Creator: Unknown
Head-Piece to " The Ghost Raid". 1928. Boy scouts round a camp fire. Illustration originally published in " Blackies Boys Annual", (Blackie & Son, 1928)

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Princess Rosetta, 1928. Creator: Edmund Dulac

Princess Rosetta, 1928. Creator: Edmund Dulac
Princess Rosetta, 1928. Illustration to a story titled The King of the Peacocks, originally published in " A Fairy Garland"

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Little Princess, 1928. Creator: John Kettelwell

Little Princess, 1928. Creator: John Kettelwell
Little Princess, 1928. Illustration originally published in " The Story of Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp", retold and decorated by John Kettelwell, (Alfred A Knopf, London, 1928)

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: W. H. Davies, 1928. Creator: Frank E Slater

W. H. Davies, 1928. Creator: Frank E Slater
W. H. Davies, 1928. Portrait of Welsh poet and writer William Henry Davies (1871-1940). From " The Bookman - Special Christmas Number 1928". [Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, London, 1928]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Seizing the Reins in One Hand, and Stirring Up the Horse with his Umbrella, 1928

Seizing the Reins in One Hand, and Stirring Up the Horse with his Umbrella, 1928. Illustration originally published in " The Scarlet Herring" by E A Parry, [Heinemann]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Jamess Court, Edinburgh, 1928. Creator: WH Caffyn

Jamess Court, Edinburgh, 1928. Creator: WH Caffyn
Jamess Court, Edinburgh, 1928. From " The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson" by Scottish diarist and author James Boswell (1740-1795)

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: St. Johns Gateway, Clerkenwell, 1928. Creator: Unknown

St. Johns Gateway, Clerkenwell, 1928. Creator: Unknown
St. Johns Gateway, Clerkenwell, 1928. St Johns Gate in Clerkenwell, London, built in 1504 by Thomas Docwra, prior of the Priory of the Knights of Saint John

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Facsimile page of MS for Indian Summer of a Forsyte, by John Galsworthy, 1918, (1928)

Facsimile page of MS for Indian Summer of a Forsyte, by John Galsworthy, 1918, (1928)
Facsimile page of MS for " Indian Summer of a Forsyte", by John Galsworthy, 1918, (1928). Handwritten manuscript, last page of " Indian Summer of a Forsyte", by John Galsworthy

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: A Mountebank of Old London, (1928). Creator: Unknown

A Mountebank of Old London, (1928). Creator: Unknown
A Mountebank of Old London, (1928). Portrait of Dutchman Hans Buling, an itinerant medicine salesman, with his monkey. After The Infallible Mountebank, or Quack Doctor

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Facsimile page of MS for The Country House, by John Galsworthy, 1907, (1928)

Facsimile page of MS for The Country House, by John Galsworthy, 1907, (1928)
Facsimile page of MS for " The Country House", by John Galsworthy, 1907, (1928). Handwritten manuscript, Chapter VII of " The Country House", by John Galsworthy, [1907]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Borwick Hall, from the North-West, 1928. Creator: Unknown

Borwick Hall, from the North-West, 1928. Creator: Unknown
Borwick Hall, from the North-West, 1928. Borwick Hall in Lancashire is a 16th century manor house. Illustration originally published in " The Domestic Architecture of England during the Tudor

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Hornblower surrenders, 1920, (1928). Creator: Foulsham and Banfield

Hornblower surrenders, 1920, (1928). Creator: Foulsham and Banfield
Hornblower surrenders, 1920, (1928). Mr. George Elton as Dawker; Miss Helen Heye as Mrs. Hillcrist and Mr. Edmund Gwenn as Hornblower, in " The Skin Game"

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: The Rape of the Lock, 1896, (1928). Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

The Rape of the Lock, 1896, (1928). Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
The Rape of the Lock, 1896, (1928). The Baron (left) is snipping off a lock of Belindas hair with a pair of scissors. ( Rape in this case is derived from the Latin rapere, meaning to snatch, to grab)

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Last Scene of Strife. 1909, (1928). Creator: Unknown

Last Scene of Strife. 1909, (1928). Creator: Unknown
Last Scene of " Strife". 1909, (1928). Mr. Norman McKinnel as John Anthony and Mr. J. Fisher White as David Roberts

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: From Count Burkhardt. 1862, (1928). Creator: Unknown

From Count Burkhardt. 1862, (1928). Creator: Unknown
From " Count Burkhardt". 1862, (1928). Nun by a window. Illustration to the poem " Count Burkhardt" by EL, published in " Once a Week", vol 7 (June-December)

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: The Plays of J. M. Barrie in One Volume, 1928. Creator: Unknown

The Plays of J. M. Barrie in One Volume, 1928. Creator: Unknown
The Plays of J.M. Barrie in One Volume, 1928. Advertisement: Hodder and Stoughton announce the Plays of J.M. Barrie in One Volume

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: The Hidden Treasure, 1864, (1928). Creator: Dalziel Brothers

The Hidden Treasure, 1864, (1928). Creator: Dalziel Brothers
The Hidden Treasure, 1864, (1928). Engraving after John Everett Millais from the series The Parable of our Lord. Illustration originally published in " Illustrators of the Sixties" by

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: The Hon. Maurice Baring, 1928. Creator: Frank E Slater

The Hon. Maurice Baring, 1928. Creator: Frank E Slater
The Hon. Maurice Baring, 1928. Portrait of British dramatist, poet, translator, travel writer and war correspondent Maurice Baring (1874-1945)

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Queen Caroline, 1820, (1928). Creators: Unknown, Thomas A Woolnoth

Queen Caroline, 1820, (1928). Creators: Unknown, Thomas A Woolnoth
Queen Caroline, 1820, (1928). Portrait of Caroline of Brunswick (1768-1821), queen consort of King George IV. From a drawing by Wageman. Engraving dated June 28th, 1820

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Rome and the Tiber. A Pageant Set on Seven Hills, 1928. Creator: Donald Maxwell

Rome and the Tiber. A Pageant Set on Seven Hills, 1928. Creator: Donald Maxwell
Rome and the Tiber. A Pageant Set on Seven Hills, 1928. View of the basilica of St Peter s, Ponte Sant Angelo and Castel Santangelo on the River Tiber, Rome, Italy

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Solomon Sights the Mysterious Palace, 1928. Creator: John Henry Amshewitz

Solomon Sights the Mysterious Palace, 1928. Creator: John Henry Amshewitz
Solomon Sights the Mysterious Palace, 1928. Illustration originally published in " Myth and Legend of Ancient Israel" by Donald A. Mackenzie, [Gresham Publishing Co]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Humpty-Dumpty, 1928. Creator: Unknown

Humpty-Dumpty, 1928. Creator: Unknown
Humpty-Dumpty, 1928. Nursery-rhyme character with crutch, eye-patch and hot water bottle. Illustration originally published in a childrens annual, [SW Partridge & Co]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Abahnahzur, 1928. Creator: John Kettelwell

Abahnahzur, 1928. Creator: John Kettelwell
Abahnahzur, 1928. Illustration originally published in " The Story of Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp", retold and decorated by John Kettelwell, (Alfred A Knopf, London, 1928)

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Cordelia for Distinctive Book Jackets, 1928. Creator: Unknown

Cordelia for Distinctive Book Jackets, 1928. Creator: Unknown
Cordelia for Distinctive Book Jackets, 1928....artistic Jackets for Books, Catalogues, Music Portfolios, etc... ; advertisement for book jackets made by John Dickinson & Co Ltd of Croxley Mills

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: A Navigating Expert at Work in His Study with Globe and Compass, c1591, (1928)

A Navigating Expert at Work in His Study with Globe and Compass, c1591, (1928). After The Invention of the Compass, an engraving after Joannes Stradanus

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: The Duchess at Bisham Abbey, 1928. Creator: Unknown

The Duchess at Bisham Abbey, 1928. Creator: Unknown
The Duchess at Bisham Abbey, 1928. Portrait of the then Duchess of York, (future Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, 1900-2002), at Bisham Abbey in Berkshire

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: If Thou Wilt Listen To Advice... 1928. Creator: M Watson-Williams

If Thou Wilt Listen To Advice... 1928. Creator: M Watson-Williams
" If Thou Wilt Listen To Advice...". 1928. Illustration originally published in " Tales from the Gulistan" [or Rose Garden of the Sheik Sa di of Shiraz] by Sir Richard Burton

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: He Pointed To A Rusty Iron Staple, 1928. Creator: Charles Edmund Brock

He Pointed To A Rusty Iron Staple, 1928. Creator: Charles Edmund Brock
" He Pointed To A Rusty Iron Staple", 1928. Illustration originally published in " The Broad Highway" by Jeffery Farnol, [Sampson Low]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Somerset House, 1928. Creator: Joseph Pennell

Somerset House, 1928. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Somerset House, 1928. View of Somerset House and Waterloo Bridge over the River Thames in London. Illustration originally published in " A London Reverie" by Joseph Pennell, [MacMillan]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Ferrara: The Ducal Palace, 1928. Creator: Unknown

Ferrara: The Ducal Palace, 1928. Creator: Unknown
Ferrara: The Ducal Palace, 1928. The Castello Estense in Ferrara, Italy. A mediaeval fortress which was converted into the ducal residence of the Este family during the Renaissance

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: At the Auction, 1920, (1928). Creator: Foulsham and Banfield

At the Auction, 1920, (1928). Creator: Foulsham and Banfield
At the Auction, 1920, (1928). Mr. Athole Stewart as Hillcrist; Miss Helen Heye as Mrs. Hillcrist; Miss Meggie Albanesi as Chloe and Mr. Edmund Gwenn as Hornblower, in " The Skin Game"

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: I Must Venture to the Churchyard, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson

I Must Venture to the Churchyard, c1930. Artist: W Heath Robinson
I Must Venture to the Churchyard, c1930. An illustration from The Wild Swans by Hans Christian Andersen. From Hans Andersens Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: A view over Constantinople showing the Mosque of Santa Sophia, 1913

A view over Constantinople showing the Mosque of Santa Sophia, 1913. From The Near East, by Robert Hitchens. [Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1913]

Background imageHodder And Stoughton Collection: Street vista in Galata from end of bridge, Constantinople, 1913

Street vista in Galata from end of bridge, Constantinople, 1913. From The Near East, by Robert Hitchens. [Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1913]



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