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    [Moveable Book]. L. L. Weedon. The Land of Long Ago. A Visit to Fairyland with Humpty Dumpty. London: [circa 1895]. First edition.

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    [Pop-Up Book]. L. L. Weedon. The Land of Long Ago. A Visit to Fairyland with Humpty Dumpty. London: Ernest Nister, [circa 1895]. First edition. Oblong quarto. Publisher's glazed pictorial paper-covered boards over green cloth shelf back. Decorative endpapers. Boards somewhat rubbed and soiled, front board splayed as well as foxed on upper margin, rear board bowed and a bit scuffed, board edges a trifle worn, tail of spine torn with small loss. Leaves modestly toned, some places over-opened. A good, bright copy.

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