(6 1/4 x 9 1/2 In) This is an original antique lithograph print salvaged from an old book from the 1920s. It shows "The Court of Fairyland" painted by artist Thomas Maybank in 1907. The poem at the bottom is from "The Fairy Queen Sleeping" by Letitia Elizabeth Landon. 

"We have been o'er land and sea
Seeking lovely dreams for thee
Where is there we have not been
Gathering gifts for our sweet queen? 
We are come with sound and sight
Fit for fairy's sleep to-night
And before thy sleeping eyes
Shall come glorious pageantries;
Palaces of gems and gold,
Such as dazzle to behold;
Gardens, in which every tree
Seems a world of bloom to be.
During slumber's magic reign
Other times shall live again-
First thou shalt be young and free
In thy days of liberty;
Then again be woo'd and won
By thy stately Oberon."

The print is in GOOD condition, wear at the edges, a few minor creases, a stain and paper residue on the lower front side.

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