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Beatrix Potter was the author and illustrator of a popular series of children's books that includes The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1902), The Tailor of Gloucester (1903) and The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies (1909). Illustrated with watercolors, her simple and unsentimental stories for children involved the adventures of Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, the hedgehog Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle and others. Between the 1890s and 1920s she published more than a dozen books, and sets of her small books have remained pop More »
Name at Birth: Helen Beatrix Potter
Born: July 28, 1866 (London, England)


Rare books by Beatrix Potter, including first editions, signed first editions and finely ... first impressions, in the original publisher's bindings have significant value.


91 records ... 91 rare books, collectible books & second hand books listed in the "BEATRIX POTTER" category.


The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter : The 23 Original Peter Rabbit Books by Potter, Beatrix Dust Cover Missing. Book has a small amount of wear visible on the ...


Mar 16, 2002 ... 100 years after the publication of the first Peter Rabbit books, Beatrix Potter would be more amazed at the prices collectors pay for first editions ...


View over 466 Beatrix Potter artworks sold at auction to research and ... PS: We value your privacy .... Description: Potter, Beatrix Peter Rabbit's painting book.


Feb 10, 2013 ... Mark Ottignon is to sell his vast collection of Beatrix Potter artefacts for a ... A ' deluxe' edition of Potter's 1909 book 'The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin' ...


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Summary This paper considers Beatrix Potter tourism in the Lake District. ... Literary tourism ie travel to places famous for associations with books or authors,.


Jul 27, 2016 ... The book, featuring 41 full-page line drawings and estimated to fetch £35,000, was printed privately by Beatrix Potter in 1901 after several ...