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Greenaway Mignonettes

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Kate Greenaway was a very famous British (1846-1901) author and illustrator of childrens books. Her books were an outstanding success in English publishing during the Victorian period. Recently I found these sweet Mignonettes in an old foundry specimen book. Mignonettes is derived from the french word »mignon« which stands for lovely, charming, sweet, delightful, pleasant and that does exactly describe these little drawings. Yours Kate Greenaway fan Gert Wiescher

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