First edition, first state – a beautiful, bright copy rarely seen in this condition.
THE ROAD TO OZ
Read more: Hanff & Greene, Bibliographia Oziana, V; Bienvenue, The Book Collector's Guide to L. Frank Baum.
Chicago: Reilly & Britton, (1909). 9'' x 6.5''. Original green pictorial cloth stamped in black, green, tan and red. "Reilly & Britton" on spine in upper and lower cases (Bienvenue binding A). Pictorial endpapers. Paper colors in order. No type damage on pages 34, 121, caption and numeral on page 129. No color plates as issued, but a profusion of black-and-white images throughout by Neill. Charming Oz-related owner inscription on ownership page; half-title with a mounted poem from a newspaper clipping by Grif Alexander titled "Road to Oz." Cloth with bumping to corners, else vivid and bright.
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