Children: £3000 - £5000

BYE, BABY BUNTING,
FATHER'S GONE A-HUNTING
ALL TO GET A RABBIT'S SKIN
TO WRAP THE BABY-BUNTING IN by HONOR APPLETON

BYE, BABY BUNTING, FATHER'S GONE A-HUNTING ALL TO GET A RABBIT'S SKIN TO WRAP THE BABY-BUNTING IN

THE PRINCESS CELANDINE DROVE UP IN A GORGEOUS CARRIAGE by HONOR APPLETON

THE PRINCESS CELANDINE DROVE UP IN A GORGEOUS CARRIAGE

WILLIAM PUT THE CAP ON HIS OWN HEAD by HONOR APPLETON

WILLIAM PUT THE CAP ON HIS OWN HEAD

LITTLE OLE LADY! by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

LITTLE OLE LADY!

LUCIE ATTWELL'S ANNUAL, 1958 by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

LUCIE ATTWELL'S ANNUAL, 1958

WOT'S THE GOOD OF HAVING A PERFECT DAY IF YOU CAN'T HAVE A PERFECT NIGHT? by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

WOT'S THE GOOD OF HAVING A PERFECT DAY IF YOU CAN'T HAVE A PERFECT NIGHT?

I DO LOVE YOU SO by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

I DO LOVE YOU SO

FROM BETWEEN THE ROOTS OF A HUGE TREE APPEARED A LITTLE MAN by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

FROM BETWEEN THE ROOTS OF A HUGE TREE APPEARED A LITTLE MAN

I THANK YOU FOR THE FOOD I EAT, MY BREAD AN' MILK AN' PLUMMY DUFF
BUT COULD YOU AS A SPECIAL TREAT GO EASY WITH BOILED RICE AND STUFF? by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

I THANK YOU FOR THE FOOD I EAT, MY BREAD AN' MILK AN' PLUMMY DUFF BUT COULD YOU AS A SPECIAL TREAT GO EASY WITH BOILED RICE AND STUFF?

THE ANGEL'S VISIT by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

THE ANGEL'S VISIT

A CHRISTMAS PRAYER by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

A CHRISTMAS PRAYER

TAKE JUST ONE BITE, HOVIS, YOUR BAKER BAKES IT! by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

TAKE JUST ONE BITE, HOVIS, YOUR BAKER BAKES IT!

LUCIE ATTWELL'S ANNUAL by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

LUCIE ATTWELL'S ANNUAL

GOING THROUGH LIFE WITH A SMILE – A SONG – 
AN' HELPING ONE'S FELLOW MAN ALONG! by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

GOING THROUGH LIFE WITH A SMILE – A SONG – AN' HELPING ONE'S FELLOW MAN ALONG!

THE CHILD IMPERSONATOR by HENRY MAYO BATEMAN

THE CHILD IMPERSONATOR

HE THREW A GLOVE INTO THE AIR AND THE CROCODILE SNAPPED AT THE GLOVE AND LET GO OF THE SATCHEL by JOHN BURNINGHAM

HE THREW A GLOVE INTO THE AIR AND THE CROCODILE SNAPPED AT THE GLOVE AND LET GO OF THE SATCHEL

'I WANT TO BE WITH MY MOTHER AND FATHER AGAIN,' SAID ALBERT.
THE QUEEN FELT SORRY FOR ALBERT AND SHE THOUGHT FOR A LONG TIME by JOHN BURNINGHAM

'I WANT TO BE WITH MY MOTHER AND FATHER AGAIN,' SAID ALBERT. THE QUEEN FELT SORRY FOR ALBERT AND SHE THOUGHT FOR A LONG TIME

WHEN WE GET TO THE BEACH CAN WE STAY THERE FOREVER?
YES, BUT WE MUST GO BACK FOR OUR TEA AT FOUR O'CLOCK by JOHN BURNINGHAM

WHEN WE GET TO THE BEACH CAN WE STAY THERE FOREVER? YES, BUT WE MUST GO BACK FOR OUR TEA AT FOUR O'CLOCK

CHILD by JAMES BUTLER

CHILD

FUN AT CHRISTMAS by NICK BUTTERWORTH

FUN AT CHRISTMAS