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Published by S. and J. Fuller in London .
Written in English

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A story in verse with seven hand coloured paper doll figures, four head pieces and a moveable head.

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Open LibraryOL21650597M

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Images of all pages of this book. Introductory essay. The Hockliffe Collection contains three of S. and J. Fuller's early nineteenth century movable books, namely Frank Feignwell and two editions of The History of Little Fanny (the third of , , and the seventh of , ).These books provide the reader with a narrative in verse and a small doll to be dressed in various . A 15 pp book with original slip case. It is The History of Little Fanny, Exemplified in a Series of Figures. Original date 8th Ed. Includes six (6) of the seven (7) original costumes. Hats lacking. The head has been replaced with a very good watercolor likeness. Wear on slip case. An important part of paper doll history. An original grey/brown slip case encloses a matching 4" x 5" book detailing The History of Little Fanny as she learns to be humble and demure. One head,4 hats and 7 cut-out hand-colored vignettes accompany the chapter stories,each with different costumes and .   S. and J. Fuller published both The History of Little Fanny and The History and Adventures of Little Henry in The Osborne Collection’s copy is somewhat unique in that it is not as S. and J. Fuller book, per se; it is a manuscript copy of both stories together, with hand-drawn movable figures.

History of Little Fanny Story book Cut-Out Doll Set New. Item Information. Condition: Brand New. Price: US $ History of Little Fanny Story book Cut-Out Doll Set New. Sign in to check out Check out as guest. Adding to your cart. The item you've selected was not added to your cart. Add to Rating: % positive. S. and J. Fuller. The London toy novelty firm, S. & J. Fuller, produced a series of books between and that came with a paper doll and various outfits, hand-colored and cut-out. The small books told stories in verse, centered on a character represented by the paper doll. The History of Little Fanny - the first ever dressing doll I've used 'The History of Little Fanny' in the second of my 'Charity School' series because it was published just in time for little Lucy to be given it as a gift by her father, when he returned from war and tracked her down. Little Annie Fanny is a comics series by Harvey Kurtzman and Will appeared in two to seven-page episodes in Playboy magazine from October to September Little Annie Fanny is a humorous satire of contemporary American society and its sexual mores. Annie Fanny, the title character, is a statuesque, buxom young blonde woman who innocently finds herself Author(s): Harvey Kurtzman.

In “Little Fanny,” the title character is a vain little girl who sneaks off to the park with her maid, only to be robbed of all her possessions, even her clothes. Aimed at upper-class children, the book traces Fanny’s journey as she works her way out of poverty and returns to her mother, changing outfits with each chapter.   Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Playboy's Little Annie Fanny Volume 1 Item Preview remove-circle Book About Comics Of Little Annie Fanny Addeddate Coverleaf 0 Identifier.   Fanny Burney was a big influence on Jane Austen, but she has significant differences. Burney was an urban sophisticate, sexually aware, and with a taste for slapstick humor--and far less sentimental. The beginning of Evelina is a little hard to get through, but once the title character appears it will have been worth it.5/5(5). Wraps. 8 pages. Each page is a different scene from the original book of the History of Little Fanny, Exemplified in A Series of Figures. This manuscript adaptation paraphrases the original toy book with different original watercolor costume for each scene. it focuses on the morality lessons. A single head and neck is moved from scene to scene.