Lot 278 of 478:
Ozma of Oz First Editon, Second Printing  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$156
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Ozma of Oz

Baum, L. Frank


Reilly & Britton

[1907, but c. 1911]


270, [blank], + [1] ad pp. Illustrated by John R. Neill with full-page and text illustrations in color and black and white. (4to) tan cloth pictorially stamped in black, blue, red and yellow; color pictorial endpapers. First Edition, Second Printing.

Second printing of the third Oz title; advertisements on last page listing titles through "The Emerald City of Oz" (1910). Illustration on p. [221] in black and white; pictorial endpapers; "O" in "Ozma" on line five of the Author's Note on p.11, is absent. In 'B' binding, with "Reilly & Britton Co." at foot of spine. Bienvenue & Schmidt p. 30.

Lot Amendments

Light wear and soiling to cloth; gift inscription ("Santa, 1913") on ownership page, ownership signature on dedication page; very good.

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