The Tale of Julip

The Julip model horse range was developed by Lavender Dower after the Second World War. This story features the Julip ponies (radically different from the more realistic form they took later) photographed in various diorama settings.

Publishing history
Adam Press, London, 1948, 45 pp. Photographs by Gee Denes

The Julip model horse range was developed by Lavender Dower after the Second World War. This story features the Julip ponies (radically different from the more realistic form they took later) photographed in various diorama settings. The hero is a foal called Julip, who is searching for The Great Pan, who he hopes will give him wings. He meets different animals in the woods on his travels before meeting Pan.

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