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Three "frieze" books, which allowed children to colour in pictures and then make stand-up displays from them. These books are all dated 1958, but were first published at the end of WW2 by the Foundry Press in Bedford, and were sold by religious organisations. This becomes apparent when you read one of the pages in the "West Indies" book - "Boys and girls in the West Indies enjoy going to church and Sunday School just as much as you do"! None of the books have been coloured in, and none of the figures have been cut out, making this a great item for a collector.

Three 1950s colouring books - MINT CONDITION

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