Uncanny Artist Ephemera and Objects for Artists and Collectors
  • 1932 Prints from Mother Goose Rhymes

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    These five whimsical prints were taken from the 1932 edition of Mother Goose Rhymes, edited by Watty Piper and published by The Platt & Munk Co. Inc.  The prints include: "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater" illustrated by EulAlie; "Sing A Song of Sixpence" illustrated by EulAlie; "Tom, He Was A Piper's Son" illustrated by EulAlie; "Old King Cole" illustrated by E Bachmann; and "Little Miss Muffet" illustrated by E Bachmann.  The prints measure about 10" high by 8" wide, although there is some variation as all have been trimmed down (due to edge damage).  All have retained their originally vibrant colors and are in generally very good condition.  "Peter, Peter, Pumpking Eater" does have a small hole near the collar of the young woman and "Sing A Song of Sixpence" has a 1.5" tear on the bottom edge, which has been glued.  Ideal for framing or use in art projects.