Myths, Legends, Folklore Home » Collecting » Myths, Legends & Folklore Glorious Mythology Collections Purnell MythsStunning illustrations A beautiful vintage series written by Roger Green and illustrated by the Grahame Johnstone twins. First released 1963. One of my all time favourites. Chronicle World FolkloreMagic & Adventure Delightful world folklore collections, each illustrated by different artists. First released 2016. Enchanted LibraryMagical Lifestyle Compendia Legends, lore, literature and art of various magical creatures, also applied to fashion and beauty; and home, food, and entertaining. First released 2020. Element EncyclopediasSecret Knowledge Bumper guides to ancient histories and secret knowledge. First released 2001. Wizard's Library TourMagical Tomes Ever wondered what a home-schooled wizard might have in their library? Take this bookshelf tour and find out... Legendary BeastsAndrew McBride A quick tour through some glorious images of Legendary Beasts I found while researching vintage English magazines. Australian FairiesArt of the Fairy Ever wondered what a home-schooled wizard might have in their library? Take this bookshelf tour and find out... World MythologyVintage Series Oversize mythology books with abundant full colour paintings from diverse artists. First released 1978. Japanese TalesFolio Society Quaint, comic and curious tales. A gorgeous edition released by the Folio Society in 2018. Hamish Hamilton'A Book Of...' A vintage collection of myths, legends and magical tales, edited by preeminent authors of the time. First released in the 1960s. Eerie Viking ArtJohan Egerkrans Stunningly illustrated linen-bound books on Scandinavian spirits, Norse Gods, undead creatures and - of course - dragons. First released in English in 2017. Folio SocietyLeatherbound Classics Classic works on myths and legends, beautifully bound in rich jewel-toned leather by the Folio Society, and also illustrated. First released in 1996. Pantheon LibraryFairy Tales & Folklore An authoritative collection of world folk and fairy tale compilations by world-class scholars and anthropologists. 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment. What's on your mind? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.