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Many Moons

Dinnerparty Antiques

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Vintage; 1910-1950
Good; d/j chipped, rubbed, torn, price-clipped, cover bumped and soiled
8.63" L x 0.5" W x 9.83" H

Why We Love This

Many Moons by James Thurber. Illustrated by Louis Slobodkin. New York: Harcourt, Brace Company, 1943. Unpaginated. Second printing of the first edition. Appears to be ex-libris with scarring on last back page where pocket was removed. No other markings or indications of library use. Rare and desirable first edition of Thurber's first children's book and the first book illustrated by Slobodkin.
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About Dinnerparty Antiques

Ralph and Shelli Alter develop their eclectic design concepts from a home base in Indianapolis. Blessed with a motley array of itinerant pickers, finicky painting conservators and an exhaustive nationwide antique show schedule, they constantly replenish the DinnerpARTy Antiques inventory. From the finest in Continental and Midcentury furnishings to delightful accessories and a full-on commitment to the fine arts, their look is fresh, stylish, and constantly re-created.