Walter Crane (1845-1915) was an English artist and book illustrator, best known for his children's books illustrations.
The Baby's Opera: A Book of Old Rhymes with New Dresses by Walter Crane, McLouglin Bros., 1877.
This book is bound in a reddish brown cloth binding with gold and black stamped covers featuring the illustrations of Walter Crane.
King Cole illustration by Walter Crane
Randolph Caldecott (1846-1886) was an English artist and illustrator, born in Chester. He is best known for his many children's books illustrations. The Caldecott medal for children's illustrations was named for him.
The Diverting History of John Gilpin, written by Wm. Cowper with drawings by Randolph Caldecott.
The Milkmade from The Hey Diddle Diddle Picture Book by Randolph Caldecott.
The Queen of Hearts from R. Caldecott's Picture Book (No. 2)
Catherine (Kate) Greenaway (1846-1901) was a Victorian era British children's book illustrator and writer, whose work influenced the children's style of the day. Between 1867 and 1879 she illustrated over 30 children's books. Her work was also pirated, as shown below.
Mother Goose or the Old Nursery Rhymes illustrated by Kate Greenaway, Routledge, 1881. The book features illustrations by Kate Greenaway that were engraved and printed by Edmund Evans (1826-1905), a prominent English wood engraver and color printer in the Victorian era.
Under thw Window: Pictures & Rhymes for Children, after Kate Greenaway, McLouglin is a pirated copy of Kate Greenaway's book published in 1878 by George Routledge and Sons.
John R. Neill (1877-1943) was an American illustrator, best kown for his illustrations in 42 of L. Frank Baum's Oz books. He also contributed illustrations to popular magazines at the time. The illustrations for this book were done while he was living in Philadelphia and working for the popular journal, The Philadelphia North American.
Jack and the Bean-Stalk, pictured by John R. Neill, 1908 is bound with Robinson Crusoe; His Man Friday and featured illustrations from the well-known illustrator, John R. Neill.