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That was a strange garden for a princess.

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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That was a strange garden for a princess.

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
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She at last came to the prince who could barely swim.

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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She at last came to the prince who could barely swim.

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
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He was quite unchanged, the dear old Moon!

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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He was quite unchanged, the dear old Moon!

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
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Away flew the trunk with him.

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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Away flew the trunk with him.

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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Monday, April 28, 2014
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Headpiece vignette to the Tinder-Box.

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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Headpiece vignette to the Tinder-Box.

Gordon Browne, from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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Monday, April 28, 2014
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The travelling companion flew behind her.

Gordon Browne, frontispiece from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

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The travelling companion flew behind her.

Gordon Browne, frontispiece from Fairy tales from Hans Andersen, London, 1906.

(Source: archive.org)

Monday, April 28, 2014
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There stood before him such an exceedingly thin person that he felt quite uncomfortable.

Hans Tegner, from Andersenovy pohádky (Andersen’s Fairy Tales) vol. 3, by Hans Christian Andersen, Prague, 1902.

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There stood before him such an exceedingly thin person that he felt quite uncomfortable.

Hans Tegner, from Andersenovy pohádky (Andersen’s Fairy Tales) vol. 3, by Hans Christian Andersen, Prague, 1902.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, November 9, 2013
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There the sea-witch was sitting.

Hans Tegner, from Andersenovy pohádky (Andersen’s Fairy Tales) vol. 3, by Hans Christian Andersen, Prague, 1902.

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There the sea-witch was sitting.

Hans Tegner, from Andersenovy pohádky (Andersen’s Fairy Tales) vol. 3, by Hans Christian Andersen, Prague, 1902.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, November 9, 2013