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1872 on title page, no other printings mentioned.; B&W Illustrations; 8vo; 224 pages; Red cloth, gilt title to spine, borders and vignette to covers. 50 b/w illustrations byJohn Tenniel-- First issue with misprint on page 21 "wade" instead of "wabe".
Title: THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS And What Alice Found There
Illustrator: Illustrated by Tenniel (50)
Edition: First English Edition; First Printing
Publisher: London, Macmillan: 1872
Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket; Decent interior with tissue guard present at frontis, scattered foxing, mostly at preliminaries. The main problem is the the front hinge has been glued at some point, and the spine is darkened with three thin vertical tears in the cloth . Covers rubbed with a few marks. Corners and spine tips bumped with some fraying. Pasted-in to rear endpaper is a small printed note from Lewis Carroll "To All Child-Readers of Alice's Adventures In Wonderland", Christmas 1871. This note has some offsetting, and spots along the fold. There is a very small and quite old bookplate on front endpaper.
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