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[Blyton, Enid]--Beek, Harmsen van der
TEN ILLUSTRATIONS ON NINE SHEETS FOR WELL DONE NODDY, COMPRISING:
i) “Jumbo was standing up”, 70 by 60mm.; ii) “The Little Toadstool House” [with] “Sally Skittle and her Skittle Children”, 100 by 130mm., mounted, cut between illustrations; iii) “Noddy looked at him in alarm”, 76 by 130mm., mounted, framed and glazed; iv) “Mrs Minnie Monkey”, 72 by 45mm., mounted; v) “‘Let me speak!’ said Big-Ears angrily…”, 85 by 122mm., mounted, framed and glazed; vi) “Mrs Minnie Monkey and Mrs Tubby”, 60 by 54mm., mounted; vii) “It’s Sly the Goblin”, 65 by 42mm., mounted; viii) “Mercy! Don’t take me away…”, 80 by 50mm., mounted; ix) “Whiskers the cat fled…”, 64 by 78mm., mounted; all ink and watercolour drawings, unsigned, occasional soiling and browning, occasional adhesive tape marks
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Ten illustrations from Well Done Noddy, first published in 1952, by Harmsen van der Beek, the visual creator of Noddy. These illustrations appear on pages 12, 18, 21, 42, 44, 45, 50, 53 and 56 respectively.

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