DescriptionTwo Copies of L. Frank Baum's Ozma of Oz. (Chicago: Reilly & Britton Company, 1907), first edition, second state, with "Reilly & Britton" on spine; "O" in Ozma present on fifth line, page 11, page 221 is in color, publisher's advertisement facing half-title page and at back offers two titles Land of Oz and John Dough and the Cherub, 270 pages, illustrations by John R. Neill, tan pictorial cloth, color pictorial endpapers, 8vo (7" x 9.5"), contents toned as usual, binding shaken, spine strap attached on one side only, old repair to rear board, significant insect damage, warrants professional restoration, else good. The second copy is a fourth printing, with blank endpapers, and the publisher's catalog at back lists titles through The Lost Princess of Oz. The contents are tight and bright, the boards are toned and soiled with some shelf wear at the spine edges and corners, else a nice copy in very good condition.
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