The first collaboration was with Edith Carey and her reference book on the Channel Islands, published by A C Black has been sold all over the world.
The first edition published in 1904 had 76 colour plates, the second edition was published in 1924, the number of colour plates being reduced to 32, and this version was reprinted in 1930.
The book on the left is the 1904 standard edition.
The white cover in the centre is the 1904 luxury edition.
The pale blue cover on the right is the 1930 reprinted 2nd edition
In 1906 AC Black published Blacks Smaller Series of Beautiful Books and included FJ Snell's North Devon with 24 colour plates by Henry Wimbush all are pictures published by Tuck as postcards. The price in 1906 was 6 shillings.
There is also an advertisement for the standard edition above, Blacks Beautiful Books the 20 shillings series,
The Channel Islands, painted by Henry B Wimbush, described by Edith F Carey.
In 1908 Raphael Tuck published The Tennyson Birthday Book, the little book which was used to list dates of friends and relatives birthdays, was given to Gertie Dinwoodie for Xmas 1908.
Pictures from the book kindly loaned by her Grandson Chris Carter are reproduced below.
Only picture numbers 1, 3 and 5 are thought to have been painted by Henry Wimbush.