New York: American Book Company, 1895. Hardcover. Scarce. 12mo. Very good in grey cloth covered boards with black title and orange and black illustration to front board and to spine. Minor edgewear and rubbing to exterior. Soiling to rear board. Minor browning to edges of pages and sporadic foxing to margins. Foxing to end papers. Text is clean and bright. Illustrated. 215 pages + ads. CHILD/070219. Very Good -.
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San Mateo, CA: Determined Productions, 1961. Paperback. "Here is the magic Alice in Wonderland for you to color and paint. You will want to tear out the pages and frame them ... they make wonderful wallpaper, too ... or send them to someone you like very much" (title page). Folio. Pink illustrated front wrapper with black cloth spine panel and black title to front cover. Cardboard rear cover. Long tear to cloth along front hinge, but cover remains attached. Chipping and wear to edges of covers with creasing to corners and some silverfish damage to cover. Several interior pages are detached, but all appear to be present. Chipping and creasing to edges of title page. Creasing to corners of some pages and short closed tears to edges of some pages. Clean, bright interior with no coloring. Most illustrations are captioned with quotes from the book. A worn but decent copy of this scarce Alice item. Unpaginated. [32 pages.] CHILD/061319. Very Good.
New York: The Johnny Gruelle Company, 1931. Hardcover. Illustrated paper covered boards with black spine panel titled in blue. Minor fading to edges of boards. Wear to paper along edges, corners, and hinges. Signed by the previous in pencil on the front free endpaper. In matching illustrated dust jacket with black spine panel titled in blue. Multiple tears, rubbing, creases, and chips to jacket. Tape repairs. Jacket is now in an archival plastic cover to prevent further damage. Clean. 95 pages plus one page of ads. CHILD/062619. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, . Hardcover. First edition with the charming illustrations by famed illustrator Jessie Willcox Smith. There are eleven full page color illustrations and numerous text illustrations as well. Bound in green cloth with gilt titling to spine and front cover. A circular color plate is moubnted on the front cover. Some bumping and fraying. Hinges are cracked but otherwise the interior is in very good condition. A nice copy of this children's classic. CHIL/062419. Very Good.
Boston: Dana Estes & Company (Estes and Lauriat), (1898). Hardcover. First Edition. All eight full page black and white illustrations by Shute remain, some with foxing. Very good in the original red cloth boards with illustration and white title to front cover. White spine titling has chipped away, but embossed title remains. Dampstain to edge of rear board and small spot to spine. Minor wear to hinges, spine ends, corners, and edges of boards. Occasional spots of foxing, soiling, and browning to interior. It appears this book was once used to aid in the drying of flowers, and some browning from this process remains. Previous ownership stamp to front pastedown. An attractive book despite noted condition flaws. 173 pages. CHILD/071819. Very Good.
New York and London: The Century Company and T. Fisher Unwin, 1894. Hardcover. Includes Twain's "Tom Sawyer Abroad" in each of the six parts on pages 20, 116, 250, 349, 392, and 539. Also includes stories by Tudor Jenks, Palmer Cox, Katharine Pyle, and Rudyard Kipling (Mowgli's Brothers and Rikki-tikki-tavi, Tiger! Tiger!, and Toomai of the Elephants). Very good in modern navy blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Filled with black and white illustrations. Split to interior near rear hinge, else tight binding. Occasional smudge marks but clean overall. 576 pages. PER/052319. Very Good.
New York and London: The Century Company and T. Fisher Unwin, 1894. Hardcover. Includes Twain's "Tom Sawyer Abroad" in each of the six parts on pages 20, 116, 250, 349, 392, and 539. Also includes stories by Tudor Jenks, Palmer Cox, Katharine Pyle, and Rudyard Kipling (Mowgli's Brothers and Rikki-tikki-tavi, Tiger! Tiger!, and Toomai of the Elephants). Very good in modern three quarter red leatherette over marbled paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Filled with black and white illustrations. Dampstaining to bottom corners of all pages and tape repairs to edges of some pages. Occasional smudge marks. 576 pages. PER/052319. Very Good.
New York: Golden Press, (1950). First Edition. Hardcover. FIRST EDITION, EARLY PRINTING. 4to. Illustrated glossy paper covered boards with white title to front board. Spine panel is missing. Minor chipping to paper at head of spine. Minor edgewear to exterior. Previous owner's name in juvenile hand writing to front free end paper along with a stamp. Light red pen mark to front paste down. Small closed tear to bottom edge of two pages. Minor browning and foxing to the margins of a few pages and two very light pencil marks to the bottom margin of one page. Else is clean and bright with full color illustrations throughout. CHILD/072519. Very Good.