This is a set of 1930 End Papers Illustrated by Edwin John Prittie from Joan of Arc, written by M.D. Holmes. Edwin John Prittie was an illustrator of children's books and classics for the John C. Winston publishing of Philadelphia between the years 1906 and 1932. He was also the exclusive cover artist for Comfort magazine of Augusta, Maine (1930s) and primary artist for Gum Inc.'s "Horrors of War" and "Lone Ranger" series chewing gum cards (1938-1942). These end papers are illustrated with two moments in the life of Joan of Arc (entering a town on horseback and kneeling beside a dying knight). Each measures 8.5" high by 5.75" high and has been printed in burgundy colored ink on off-white medium weight paper. Both have one Prittie's classic signatures, EJP as a monogram in a circle. These 1930 End Papers Illustrated by Edwin John Prittie from Joan of Arc are in Very Good condition. There is some slight darkening along the border edges. Ideal for use in collage or other art project.