London: Heinemann, (1966). First edition. Green boards, spine lettered in gilt. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket, a couple of small abrasions to the jacket; quite a nice copy. Illustrated title page and numerous drawings throughout by Garth Williams. Miss Bianca's fourth adventure, her first being in the book: The Rescuers (1959).
London: Smith, Elder, 1830. Second edition. 8vo.  pages. Original drab boards, spine rebacked with red cloth tape. Frontispiece by George Cruikshank. Inner hinges strengthened with paper tape, lacking the rear end paper, inner front hinge cracked a title, very good otherwise. The Cruikshank frontispiece is slightly foxed. See Cohn: George Cruikshank, No. 782. The first edition was printed for J.A.Hessey, 1828.
Boston & Chicago: Wilde, (1913). Red cloth lettered in black, pictorial paper label on front cover. Pictorial end papers. Frontispiece & 8 plates. Tales told by dolls of nine different races. Light soiling; an attractive, very good copy.