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    L. Frank Baum. The Marvelous Land of Oz. Chicago: [1904]. First edition, second state.

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    L. Frank Baum. The Marvelous Land of Oz. Chicago: The Reilly & Britton Co., [1904]. First edition, second state (with the July 1904 copyright page), in the "A" binding, but with the second issue text. Quarto. 287, [1, blank] pages. With sixteen color plates inserted throughout. Publisher's full red cloth, front board decoratively stamped in colors, spine decoratively stamped in black and green, rear board decoratively stamped in black; pictorial endleaves. Spine very slightly dull; some rubbing to edge of spine and boards; very mild wear to boards; front hinge cracked (yet still solid); rear hinge starting; endleaves toned. Still, a bright, handsome copy of this book, much better than usually seen. Housed in full blue calf clamshell case. Greene and Hanff, II. From the James C. Seacrest Collection.

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