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    In Excellent Condition, Rare in Dust Jacket

    L. Frank Baum. The Land of Oz. Chicago: The Reilly & Britton Co., (1904, i. e., 1914).

    Second edition, originally printed in 1904 as The Marvelous Land of Oz. Octavo. 287 pages. With sixteen inserted full-page captioned color plates and numerous full-page and vignette line drawings.

    Publisher's first state red pictorial cloth stamped in black and gray. A thin line of fading along the extreme upper edge of the back cover, else a bright, fine copy. Housed in a very good original dust jacket which has slight loss at the lower spine tip and slight dampstaining to upper edges of jacket panels. Very scarce in the jacket and rare in this condition.


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    April, 2011
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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