ELEGANT WORKS FOR PRESENTS.
CURIOUS AND UNIQUE GIFT OF GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE.
THE ENGLISH BIJOU ALMANACK.
Size, three quarters of an Inch, by Half an Inch
Beautifully bound, gilt edges, in
a highly embellished case. .}16
Elegantly bound, in elegant extra illum-
nated Morocco, or vellum . } 30
L. E. L.
Velvet or Morocco . . . .26
Morocco, elegantly illuminated,
and beautifully gilt . . . }56
Do, do, with spring fastenings70
A powerful Microscopic Eye-glass (of half an inch focus) in
Tortoiseshell, sorresponding with the Almanack. . . .}16
Ditto, ditto, in a Tortoiseshell case . . . . . .30
Contents for 1838,
(being the third year of its appearance.)
A complete Calendar, and other useful, and entertaining information, of the
Finely engraved Portraits, on Steel, of
Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, King William IV.
Miss L. E. Landon, Giulia Grisi, Sir Walter Scott, and Mozart.
With poetry to each of the Portraits, except one, by L. E. L.
Portraits in the Edition of 1837.
Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen Dowager, Mrs. Somerville,
Malibran, Goethe, Coleridge, Fred. Von Raumer, and Cooper
Portraits in the Edition of 1836.
Mrs. Hemans, Byron, Schiller, Raffaelle, Retzsch, and John Martin.
The peculiar style, extreme neatness as a work of art, and accuracy of these
Portraits, has induced the Publisher to have a limited number of impressions taken
on extra plate paper, which are
NOW PUBLISHING SEPERATELY,
THE BIJOU PORTRAITS.
Size Half an Inch, by Three Quarters of an Inch.
Plain . . . . . . . . . . each06
Neatly mounted and varnished, plain . . .10
Beautifully coloured . . . . . 10
Neatly mounted and varnished, coloured . .10
☞ The likeness of the following Illustrious Individuals are ready, and
may be obtained, viz:—
Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen; King William the Fourth;
Miss L. E. Landon; Grisi; Sir W. Scott; and Mozart.
Fac-similes of their autographs are annexed to each.
ENTIRELY NEW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
On fine Plate Paper, in a neatly decorated case, 12mo. price 2s. 6d.
Six elegant and Highly Imaginative Arabesque Designs, illustrative of the Poetry
of L. E. L. and John A. Heraud, Esq., in the English Bijou Almanack for 1838.
Drawn and etched on Steel, by T. H. Jones.
The poems in the English Bijou for 1838, are reprinted in a form novel to the English public,
though very popular in Germany, with emblematical and classical embellishments. Thus
adorned, it is hoped that they will not be deemed undeserving of a place in those elegant repoi-
tories and Albums for which they are principally designed.