Beatrix Potter Prints - Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies (1909)
Beatrix Potter Prints -
Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies
(England, 1909)
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These prints are from the First Edition of Beatrix Potter's Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies published in 1909.

This tale re-introduces the reader to a number of Beatrix Potter's characters including Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny and the villainous Mr. McGregor.  However, Benjamin is now grown up and married to Peter's sister Flopsy.

The story relates the adventures of Benjamin and Flopsy's children - the Flopsy Bunnies - who have fallen asleep after eating too much lettuce and are taken by Mr. McGregor, and their rescue by Thomasina Tittlemouse and return to their anxious parents.


Price per print: Print Only:  $30
Matting Charge:  $15
Framing & Matting Charge:  $75
Dimensions: Print Only:  4 x 5 inches
Matted:  8 x 10 inches
Type of print: Original color print
Year: 1909

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Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500008)
The Flopsy Bunnies are sleepy after eating lettuce

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500011)
Benjamin Bunny married Flopsy

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500014)
Peter Rabbit, Flopsy's brother, kept a garden

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500017)
"Sometimes Peter Rabbit had no cabbages to spare"

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500026)
The Flopsy Bunnies were overcome with slumber

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500029)
Thomasina Tittlemouse, a woodmouse

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500041)
The Flopsy Bunnies dreamt they were in bed

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500047)
Mrs. Flopsy Bunny came across the field

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500050)
Mrs. Tittlemouse was a resourceful person

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500053)
The little rabbits were pulled out of the sack


Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500059)
The Flopsy Bunnies following Mr. McGregor

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500062)
They watched him go into his house

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500065)
The Flopsy Bunnies at Mr. McGregor's house

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500068)
The youngest Flopsy Bunny got on a window-sill

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500071)
The youngest Flopsy Bunny on the window-sill

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500074)
The youngest Flopsy Bunny on the window-sill

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500081)
Benjamin and Flopsy thought it was time to go home

Flopsy Bunnies (No. 70500084)
Thomasina Tittlemouse and her cloak at Christmas