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Francis D. Bedford
Climbing upon a chair, he cut off from the top branch a flat box.
She ran to him, and looked up, sobbed, 'Is there nothing for me?'
Told her again about the snow mountains
After Randolph Caldecott
The Curmudgeons' Christmas [IV]
The Curmudgeons' Christmas [III]
The Curmudgeons' Christmas [II]
The Curmudgeons' Christmas [I]
Attributed to Randolph Caldecott
Upper cover and spine of publisher's binding, 1876
Publisher's dark blue flat-weave cloth
Claud Lovat Fraser
'Bouncer Buckler, velvet's dear, / And Christmas comes but once a year ...', [December 1919]
Colour line block
Wood-engraving for a calender commissioned by the Lanston Monotype Corporation in 1933
The Christmas Tree
Bringing in the Plum Pudding
Presents for the Kitchen
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