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Through The Looking Glass and What Alice Found There (with) King Fisher's Wooing and Other Poems
Carroll, Lewis

New York: McLoughlin Brothers, (1914). N.d. (ca. 1914). Large 8vo. sized volume i light gtey cloth decorated and lettered in red, black and white. 154 pp. Color lithograph frontispiece; "Through The Looking Glass" with 50 illustrations by John Tenniel and "King Fisher's Wooing" illustrated with drawings by Harry Furniss. ("King Fisher" not listed in the contents). Very good with cover decoration a bit rubbed, moderate bumping to the extremities and spine a bit toned, pencilled Christmas 1917 gift inscription from one child to another on front free endpaper which also has some foxing. Two creases to the title page of "King Fisher's Wooing". Withal, still an acceptable collector's copy of a scarce Alice edition. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: E17121)


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