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    Lewis Carroll. Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There. London: MacMillan, 1872. First edition, first issue with wade on page 21. Octavo (7.125 x 4.875 inches; 181 x 125 mm.). [x], 224, [4]. Publisher's red buckram; spine lettered in gilt, boards triple ruled in gilt with medallions at both boards depicting characters from the text, all edges gilt. Binding mildly soiled; pine gently leaning; both joints cracked with fraying cloth; corners, edges and spine ends worn. Front hinge cracked; bookplate and bookseller label at front pastedown; front pastedown rubbed in two spots, each approximately one inch; early gift inscription at front free endpaper; frontispiece faintly stained with pink ink. Very good.

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