European Style Dragon
Dragons can be found throughout history from the Chinese Dragons of 3,000 BC to today’s Komodo Dragons of Indonesia. Legends of Dragons come from Australia, Japan, China, India, the European mainland, England and even America. Dragons take on many forms from the worm-like four legged dragons of Chinese legend to the fuller shaped dragons of England and Europe. From the Chinese legends to the Legend of Saint George to today’s depictions on playing cards and in movies, dragons have become a part of culture and myth.
Mini-Catalog for Dragons
If you have items related to Dragons that you’d like to sell, please consider consigning with us.
"No doubt but there is none other beeste comparable to the mightie dragon in awesome power and majestie, and few so worthie of the diligent studies of wise men.—Gildas Magnus, Ars Draconis, 1465"—From the back cover
The first book of a series for the beginning fantasy reader ages 8 - 12.
The second book of a series for the beginning fantasy reader ages 8 - 12.
The long running Magic Tree House series written by Mary Pope Osborne began publication July 28, 1992. The series stars Jack and Annie, two children from the town of Fog Creek, Pennsylvania, as they use the Magic Tree House to travel through time on quest adventures posed first by Morgan le Faye, and later by Merlin, in an effort to restore the kingdom of Camelot to its glory.
In this sixth installment of the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling, Harry receives some extraordinary help from the mysterious Half-Blood Prince.
Follow the life of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, a Viking hero known as "the Dragoon Whisperer."
The third book of a series for the beginning fantasy reader ages 8 - 12.