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<p><strong>Jeremy Fisher dropped in the bait</strong><br />
Official Collector's Edition of 495<br />
Image: 170mm x 225mm<br />
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Jeremy Fisher dropped in the bait
Official Collector's Edition of 495
Image: 170mm x 225mm
£115 

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<p><strong>Moppet & Mittens</strong><br />
Official Collector's Edition of 495<br />
Image: 170mm x 225mm<br />
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Moppet & Mittens
Official Collector's Edition of 495
Image: 170mm x 225mm
£115 Framed

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<p><strong>Jemima wearing a poke bonnet</strong><br />
Official Collector's Edition of 495<br />
Image: 170mm x 225mm<br />
£115 Framed</p>

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Jemima wearing a poke bonnet
Official Collector's Edition of 495
Image: 170mm x 225mm
£115 Framed

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<p><strong>Squirrel Nutkin</strong><br />
Official Collector's Edition of 495<br />
Image: 170mm x 225mm<br />
£115 Framed</p>

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Squirrel Nutkin
Official Collector's Edition of 495
Image: 170mm x 225mm
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<p><strong>Mrs Tiggy Winkle</strong><br />
Official Collector's Edition of 495<br />
Image: 170mm x 225mm<br />
£115 Framed</p>

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Mrs Tiggy Winkle
Official Collector's Edition of 495
Image: 170mm x 225mm
£115 Framed

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Beatrix Potter Collection

Beatrix Potter was born in London in 1866 and grew up living the conventionally sheltered life of a Victorian girl in a well-to-do household. Beatrix Potter was educated at home by a governess. Her constant companions were the pet animals she kept which she enjoyed studying and sketching. On summer holidays Beatrix Potter delighted in exploring the countryside and learning about plants and animals from her own observations. Her career as a children’s illustrator and storyteller began when The Tale of Peter Rabbit was published by Frederick Warne and Co. in 1902. The public loved it as soon as it appeared and Beatrix went on to produce on average two books a year until 1910. 

The money she earned from her ‘little books', as she called them, gave her financial independence and she began to purchase property in her beloved Lake District. In 1913 she married William Heelis, a Lakeland solicitor, and made Sawrey her permanent home. Writing and painting began to take second place to farming, sheep-breeding and buying stretches of the beautiful Lakeland countryside to ensure their conservation. When she died in 1943 she left over 4,000 acres of land and fifteen farms to the nation.