Lot 137 of 399:
Rinkitink in Oz 1st Edition, 1920s Printing  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$180
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Rinkitink in Oz

Baum, L. Frank


Reilly & Lee Co.



314 pp. Illustrated with 12 inserted color plates including title page plus numerous black & white illustrations by John R. Neill. 22.8x16.8 cm (9x6½"). Light green cloth, color pictorial cover label; black & white pictorial endpapers; in color pictorial dust jacket. First Edition, 1920s Printing.

No advertisements on verso of ownership page; captioned color plates in locations that align with 1920 printing indicate mid-1920s printing. Jacket is from matching period with "Reilly & Lee" publisher's imprint and a blank back flap (Bienvenue & Schmidt p. 68-69).

Lot Amendments

Jacket has small dampstains and fading on spine, some loss on edges; faint rubbing on ends of spine; front hinge cracked, clean throughout; jacket very good, volume near fine.

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