First Edition, c.1915. Hodder & Stoughton, London.


Edmund Dulac (illustrator). Published for the Daily Telegraph newspaper to raise funds for the French Red Cross (Croix Rouge Française) by the Comité de Londres (Committee in London) under the patronage of H.M. Queen Alexandra. Twenty colour plates (including frontispiece) plus a black and white camera portrait of Dulac, all mounted on gray art paper framed with light green lines and with green titles.


Buff boards with black lettering and decoration. There is some bumping at the book's extremities, with tears on the spine (see pictures) and price reflects the condition of the book. However, all illustrations are in very good condition, with some foxing to pages. We think this is a truly lovely book.

Edmund Dulac's Picture Book for the French Red Cross

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