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1 Connor, William. [Cassandra]. Cassandra's Cats.
London: Hutchinson & Co., Ltd., (1958). First Edition. 
Octavo, black cloth (hardcover), [87] pp. Near-Fine, with bumped corners, in a Very Good dust jacket with a single, small tear and light edgewear. Illustrated with numerous photos., each of ten chapters focuses on the lives and escapades of Cassandra's Cats. From jacket: When William Connor, better known as Cassandra of the Daily Mirror, writes, he can be furious, satirical, scornful, grandiloquent, but in Cassandra's Cats...he is gentle, even tender.... 
Price: 8.50 USD
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2 Freedley, George. [Dowling, Victor J.; Illus.]. More Mr. Cat and a Bit of Amber Too. Drawings by Victor J. Dowling. Foreword by Carl Van Vechten.
New York: Howard Frisch, 1962. First Printing, As Stated. 
Tall octavo, grey cloth, (hardcover), 64 pp. Very Good+, with light foxing (age darkening), in a Very Good+, illustrated dust jacket with light edgewear and slight fading to edges. “Almost everyone who has read Mr. Cat has wanted to know more about that doughty feline citizen who lived for almost eighteen years with George Freedley...So here it is, more about that crisp and no-nonsense personality, who has gained so many admirers since the evening of December 2nd, 1960, whhen Miss Dorothy Kilgallen wrote in her national column: If you never buy another book in your life, aside from the Bible, buy Mr. Cat.” 
Price: 10.00 USD
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3 Kalmenoff, Mattew. A Child's Book of Cat's.
New York: Maxton Publishers, Inc., [1957]. 
First Edition. Quarto, yellow pictorial boards, (hardcover), [28] pp. Full-color illus. Very Good+, with light foxing (age darkening) to edges. Kalmenoff served, at the time of the book's publication, as staff artist for The American Museum of Natural History. Text is by Marion Carr, Editor of the Junior Natural History Magazine. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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4 Sillar, Frederick Cameron and Meyler, Ruth Mary. Cats: Ancient & Modern.
New York: The Viking Press, A Studio Book, [1966]. 
Octavo, oragne cloth (hardcover), black letters, 208 pp. Fine (As New), in Very Good dust jacket with light fading to spine and edges & light edgewear. “...There are more than 100 illustrations of the cat in art, in legend and in story: F. C. Sillar and R. M. Meyler have collected material for many years, and this rich book is packed with the curious, often amusing, lore which has grown up round the cat. In it are historical cats, fictional cats, mythological and magical cats, sacred cats, nursery cats and official cats. Among the beautiful illustrations are catss from all over the world...There are poems, tales, legends...Presents the cat through history as it should be presented: independent, beautiful, immutable and mysterious. It is a book full of strange learning and great entertainment.” 
Price: 15.00 USD
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