Sinnott, Robert (American, twentieth century). Edgar A. Poeês The Gold Bug. Circa 1940s. Group of sixteen signed and unsigned pen and ink and gouache illustrations published in the Childrenês Hour series of the Waverley Book Company first published in the early 1930s. Depicting scenes from Poeês –The Gold Bug,” including Jupiter Dropping the bug through the Skullês eye. ; A Bearded Legrand digging for Treasure; A Kneeling William Legrand Sporting a hat and long Vest; Two Hatted Gentlemen, a dog and Servant Jupiter ; A Hatted Man Standing next to a Woman Wearing a Head Scarf and Polka Dot Dress; Cryptography and Skull; Three Men Digging for Treasure and Onlooker; Three Men Looking at Treasure Chest; Three Men Carrying Sacks on their Shoulders; A booted Legrand Stands on Top of Cliff; Servant Jupiter Handing Secret Message; Three Men Looking at Treasure Chest. Largest 14 x 11 inches. Condition generally good, some with soiled or marked up margins, not affecting any of the images.