Lot 534 of 600:
Large group of Oz related books  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$192
Estimate:
$100 - $150

Title:
Large lot of miscellaneous Oz books, books about L. Frank Baum, and books about the Oz books and movie

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Place:
Various places

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Date:
Various dates

Description:

Large lot, includes several bibliographies, biographies, reprints, etc.

Due to the size of this lot shipping costs will be a minimum of $30 for domestic and $100 for international.

  • Gardner & Nye. The Wizard of Oz and Who He Was. [1957].
  • Baum and MacFall. To Please a Child. 1961.
  • Hanff, Greene, et al. Bibliographia Oziana. [1988]
  • Greene, Hanff, et al. Bibliographia Oziana. 1976.
  • Stone, Fred. Rolling Stone. [1945].
  • Lahr, John. Notes on a Cowardly Lion. BOMC. [1969].
  • Baum. Ozma of Oz. Later printing, illus. by Dick Martin. [1961].
  • Thompson. Kabumpo in Oz. Later Printing.
  • Thompson. The Cowardly Lion of Oz. Later printing.
  • Baum. The Wizard of Oz. - Five different Pop-up versions, two coloring books.
  • Baum. Marvelous Land of Oz. Comic version. [1975].
  • Eyles. The World of Oz. [1985].
  • Greene and Martin. The Oz Scrapbook. Signed by both authors. [1977].
  • Fricke, et al. The Wizard of Oz...Pictorial History. [1989].
  • Swann Gallery catalog for the Justin Schiller collection. 1978.
  • Several other bookseller, auction and exhibition catalogs.
  • Also, remnants of several dust jackets, a few odd color plates, a post card of Billie Burke, an 18 minute Super-8 film (from the MGM movie) and a 1977 printed cloth Oz calendar.

Lot Amendments

Condition:
Condition varies, most very good or better. Offered with all faults, not subject to return.


 
Item number:
260006
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