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    [Limited Editions Club]. Lewis Carroll. Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. Illustrated by John Tenniel. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1935. First edition thus, limited to 1,500 numbered copies, this being 1,166, and signed by Alice Hargreaves. Octavo (8.625 x 5.75 inches; 219 x 145 mm.). xii, [8], 211, [3] pages (note: inserted limitation leaf at rear). In-text illustrations throughout. Publisher's blue calf, spine and boards tooled in gilt; all text block edges trimmed and gilt; original red cloth slipcase. Rebacked in blue morocco; trace of shelf wear to extremities of binding. Mild discoloration of endpapers from exposure to leather turn-ins. Fairly minor wear, discoloration and dust-soiling to slipcase. Near fine book in a very good slipcase. Alice Hargreaves is the married name of Alice Liddell, the young girl for whom this volume and its predecessor were originally written.

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