Beatrix Potter Prints - Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-winkle (1905)
Beatrix Potter Prints -
Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-winkle
(England, 1905)
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These First Edition prints feature a hedgehog named Mrs. Tiggy-winkle, who in real-life was one of Beatrix Potter's pets and served as the "model" for the drawings in this story.  The drawings first appeared in her 1903 Derwentwater sketchbook and were formally published as a storybook in 1905 by Potter's publisher Frederick Warne and Company.


Price per print: Print Only:  $40
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: 1905

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Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150008)
"... there was a little girl called Lucie."

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150011)
Lucie and the speckled hen

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150029)
"Who are you?" said Lucie.

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150032)
"My name is Mrs. Tiggy-winkle"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150035)
"That's a scarlet waist-coat"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150038)
"Then she took something off a clothes-horse"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150041)
"Mrs. Tiggy-winkle's nose went sniffle sniffle"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150053)
"What are those funny little white things?""

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150056)
"What are you dipping into the basin of starch"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150059)
"What are these dear soft fluffy things"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150065)
"Mrs. Tiggy-winkle made tea"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150068)
"They tied up the clothes in bundles"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150071)
"Then away down the hill trotted Lucie"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150074)
"She gave them their nice clean clothes"

Tiggy-Winkle (No. 70150077)
"At the bottom of the hill they came to the stile"