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Crane Note Cards

2000? "Aesop's Fables Walter Crane." Twelve note cards, three each of four designs taken from Walter Crane's Baby's Own Aesop of 1887. About 4¾" square. ©Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. Printed in U.S.A. Rohnert Park, CA: Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Gift of Roy and Pat Hanson, Sept., '01. Two extra sets.

Good color reproduction work. Even the box, with "Juno and the Peacock" has luscious color. The other three designs represented are FK, WS, and "Brother and Sister." Internally the cards are blank. The back of each card has the FK image of the stork with the source information, including a couple of bar-codes. What gives the Bodleian copyrights for Walter Crane's art?



Brother & Sister

The Peacock's Complaint