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    Lewis Carroll. Through the Looking-Glass. New York: 1935. First LEC edition, limited and signed by the original Alice.

    More Information: Lewis Carroll. Through the Looking-Glass. And What Alice Found There. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1935. First LEC edition, limited to 1,500 copies, of which this is number 1179, and signed by Alice Hargreaves (née Liddell), the "Original Alice." Octavo (8.5625 x 5.625 inches; 218 x 143 mm.). [4, blank], xii [xiii-xx], 211 [212-213], [1, blank], [1, limitation], [1, blank] pages; full-page and in-text illustrations by John Tenniel throughout. Publisher's blue morocco, covers ruled and elaborately stamped in gilt, spine in six compartments lettered or stamped in gilt; all edges gilt; in the original red cloth slipcase, spine printed in dark blue. Spine just barely askew; scant trivial wear. Very faint offsetting to endpapers. Slipcase corners a trifle worn. Nearly fine. From the James C. Seacrest Collection.

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