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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Baum, L. Frank
(Florence, OR, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Geo. M. Hill, 1899. Hardback. Book Condition: Very Good. True First. This is it, the one you've been looking for! This is a True First Edition of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1899, 1900). All points for state B are present (state A was a ltd printing for the author's friends); all plates present. This book has had some restoration, highly professional work which has left the book in Very Good or better condition. Scans and points details available on request. Reference for verification of points: Bibliographia Oziana. (NOTE: We also have a verified Baum signature available, for your consideration! Ask for information.). Bookseller Inventory # 011813
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WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ

BAUM,L.FRANK
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Book Description: Book Condition: 1. DENSLOW,W.W. (illustrator). BAUM,L.FRANK. THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ. Chic: George M. Hill 1900. Large 8vo, pale green cloth stamped in red and green, 261p., Fine and bright - clean and tight, housed in custom cloth box. 1st ed., second state with no box around ads on page 2, 1st line on page 14 reads "low wail of", p.81 fourth line from bottom spells "pieces" correctly, p.[227] 1st line reads "While the Woodman", colophon in 13 lines with no box, verso title page has copyright, imperfect type on pages 100, 186, color plates perfect on p. 34 and 92. Binding state "c" with publishers imprint in red serifed type with the "o" of "Co." inside the "C". Hanff/Greene I.2 binding state C, Peter Parley To Penrod p. 111-113. Wonderful color illustrations by W.W. Denslow for one of the most famous children's books of all times. This is a remarkable, beautiful, clean copy of the first edition. Bookseller Inventory # 20364
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WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ

BAUM,L.FRANK
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Book Description: Book Condition: 1. DENSLOW,W.W. (illustrator). BAUM,L.FRANK. THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ. Chic: George M. Hill 1900. Large 8vo, pale green cloth stamped in red and green, 261p., slight wear to spine ends and some rubbing to hinge paper else FINE - clean and tight, housed in a custom quarter morocco and marbled paper case. 1st ed., ALL POINTS OF FIRST STATE except for one. There is a box around ads on page 2 (1st state), 1st line on page 14 reads "low wail on" (1st state), p.81 fourth line from bottom spells "peices" incorrectly (1st state) p.[227] 1st line reads "While Tin Woodman" (1st state), colophon in 11 lines with box (1st state), verso title page copyright is rubber stamped (state 1), perfect type on pages 100, 186 (1st state), color plates corrected on page 34 & 92 (second state). Binding state "c" with publishers imprint in red serifed type with the "o" of "Co." inside the "C". Hanff/Greene I.1-2 binding state C, Peter Parley To Penrod p. 111-113. Illustrated with 24 wonderful color plates and other text illustrations by W.W. Denslow. This is the ROLAND BAUGHMAN COPY with his signature on corner of last leaf. Baughman was a noted Baum collector and scholar, Head of Special Collections at Columbia Univ. from 1946 until his death in 1967. His Baum collection was exhibited in 1956 at Columbia and he co-edited the accompanying exhibition catalogue with Joan Baum. This is a wonderful copy of one of the most famous children's books of all times. Bookseller Inventory # 18456
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WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ

BAUM,L.FRANK
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Book Description: Book Condition: 2. DENSLOW,W.W. (illustrator). BAUM,L.FRANK. THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ. Chic: George M. Hill 1900. Large 8vo, pale green cloth stamped in red and green, 261p., hinges professionally strengthened, spine ends reinforced, some fading and a few faint soil areas on covers. Internally, small margin repair to 1 plate (p.80), otherwise clean tight and VG+. 1st ed., 1st state of the text, with the following points: box around ads on page 2, 1st line on page 14 reads "low wail on", p.81 fourth line from bottom spells "peices" incorrectly, p.[227] 1st line reads "While Tin Woodman", colophon in 11 lines with box, verso title page has no copyright, perfect type on pages 100, 186 (this last point is associated with the earliest sheets off the press), color plate incorrect on page 34, with red in the horizon on page 92. Binding state "B" , identical to "A" but stamped in red. Hanff/Greene I.1, Peter Parley To Penrod p. 111-113. Wonderful color illustrations by W.W. Denslow for one of the most famous children's books of all times. This is a nice bright copy of the first state of an iconic children's book. Bookseller Inventory # 32594
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Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The

BAUM, L. Frank | Denslow, W.W. |
(Calabasas, CA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Chicago: Geo. M. Hill Co., 1900., 1900. A Wonderful First Edition of the "Wizard of Oz"BAUM, L. Frank. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With pictures by W.W. Denslow. Chicago: Geo. M. Hill Co., 1900.First edition, second state of the text and second state of the plates. With the following points: p. [2], the publisher’s advertisement is not enclosed in a box; p. 14, line 1 begins: "low wail of "; p. 81, the fourth line from bottom has "pieces"; p. [227], line 1 begins: "While The Woodman "; and the colophon on the rear pastedown is set in thirteen lines and is not enclosed in a box, with the initial letter in black; with broken type in the last line of p. 100 and p. 186. The verso of the title has the copyright notice. The plate facing p. 34 is in the second state, without the two dark blue blots on the moon, and the plate facing p. 92 is in the second state, without red shading on the horizon. Quarto (8 3/8 x 6 7/16 inches; 212 x 163 mm.). 259, [1, blank], [1], [1, blank] pp. Twenty-four inserted color plates, including the title, which is included in pagination.Original light green cloth pictorially stamped and lettered in red and a darker green (variant C, with the publisher’s imprint at foot of spine in plain, unserifed type, stamped in red rather than green, and with the "C" of Co." encircling the "o"). Color pictorial pastedown endpapers (the front pastedown printed in black and gray and the rear pastedown printed in black and red). Issued without free endpapers. This copy inscribed "To my dear Lyman with a Merry Christmas greeting from Aunt Maud, 1901." The second state of the text was issued in 1900 and remained until 1903. Here, then, is one of the earliest examples of the second state text.This is a remarkable copy, in absolutely fine condition, totally untouched by far the finest example we have ever seen. Housed in a velvet lined, green cloth clamshell case."[Over] a century after this book’s first publication, few Americans are unfamiliar with the image of Dorothy being carried by a Kansas cyclone into the magical land of Oz, where she meets the scarecrow, the tin woodman, and the cowardly lion. Their adventures looking for the Emerald City and the wizard have become a permanent part of American popular culture. Baum’s work, originally self-published with striking illustrations by William Wallace Denslow, was an immediate success with children; its popularity now is largely based on the 1939 film, starring Judy Garland as Dorothy. In his introduction to the book, Baum argued that ‘the old-time fairy tale, having served for generations, may now be classed as ‘historical’ the time has come for a series of newer ‘wonder tales.’ Modern education includes morality, therefore the modern child needs only entertainment in its wonder-tales. ’ The Wonderful Wizard of Oz lays claim to a place among the turning points in the secularization of American children’s literature" (The New York Public Library’s Books of the Century).Blanck, Peter Parley to Penrod, pp. 111-113. Greene and Hanff, pp. 25-27. Bookseller Inventory # 00967
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THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ

BAUM, L. Frank
(Henley on Thames, OXO, United Kingdom)
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Book Description: Geo M. Hill, 1900. First edition, first state of text and illustrations. Original publisher's light green pictorial cloth (variant B with publisher's name stamped in red at the base of the spine) stamped in red and green. Some wear and soiling to the cloth, hinges repaired. Contemporary gift inscription to front blank page. Plates opposite pages 14, 80, 150 with some fraying to the edges. Overall a very good copy. Twenty-four colour plates (including the title page) by W.W. Denslow, and two tone illustration throughout the text. Bookseller Inventory # 29847
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WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ

BAUM,L.FRANK
(Pound Ridge, NY, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Book Condition: 2. DENSLOW,W.W. (illustrator). BAUM,L.FRANK. THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ. Chic: George M. Hill 1900. Large 8vo, pale green cloth stamped in red and green, 261p., light spine soil, light edge rubbing, spine ends creased, professional mends to front hinge and small bit of cloth at base of spine (both nicely repaired), else a really clean, tight, VG+ copy. 1st ed., second state with the following points: no box around ads on page 2, 1st line on page 14 reads "low wail of", p.81 fourth line from bottom spells "pieces" correctly, p.[227] 1st line reads "While the Woodman", colophon in 13 lines with no box, verso title page has copyright, imperfect type on pages 100, 186, color plates corrected on page 34 & 92. Binding state "c" with publishers imprint in red serifed type with the "o" of "Co." inside the "C". Illustrated by W.W. Denslow with 24 bright and bold color plates plus color illustrations in and around the text. Hanff/Greene I.2 binding state C, Peter Parley To Penrod p. 111-113. This is a really nice, clean copy of one of the most famous and beloved children's books of all times. Bookseller Inventory # 9279
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

L. Frank Baum
Bookseller: B. Ashworth's, Inc.
(Provo, UT, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: George M. Hill Co., Chicago, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Description: c.1899,1900. 1st Edition, later state with following textual points: the colophon at end of book is set in thirteen unenclosed. Not perfect type p.100 last line & p.186 last line. Copyright notice on verso of title page. In binding "B" with Geo. M. Hill stamped in red on spine. 24 color plates by W.W. Denslow. Color plate at p.34 2nd state without the two blots on moon, color plate at p.92 2nd state with no red shading on horizon. Book has had professional restoration including recased & some repair to spine ends & tips, minor sunning to boards and spine. Occassional smudges inside but nothing serious. Overall a nice, very good copy eye. Very rare. Ask for more pictures if seriously interested. Bookseller Inventory # 1001. Bookseller Inventory # 1001
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Baum, L. Frank
(New York, NY, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Chicago: George M. Hill Co., 1900. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. First edition. Illustrated by W. W. Denslow. Original publisher's pictorial cloth. Binding state "C" with the "o" inside the "C" at the foot of the spine. Text and illustrations in the second (corrected) state. Light soiling to cloth, some rubbing along spine, light fraying along inner margin of front cover and spine, spine mildly toned, extremities a bit rubbed, hinges cracked with some evidence of repair, but otherwise free of repairs or restoration. A nicer than usual example. Bookseller Inventory # LFB001
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THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ.

Baum, L. Frank
(Chicago, IL, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: George M. Hill Company, Chicago, IL, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very good condition. First edition. Octavo (8vo). Complete 1st edition, State C of binding, mixed first and second state of text, with second state of plates, professionally restored (including resewing) by Chicago conservator Scott Kellar. Complete with 24 color plates including the title page. Original binding is moderately soiled and shelfworn, with two bumped corners, and minor child's pencil scribble to the Tinman on the rear board and minor staining to the rear board. Inner hinges are archivally strengthened. The spine is slightly darkened, and the spine extremities have been strengthened, repaired, and filled-in to match, but the boards were not separated from the spine as is often the case. State C of the binding with the "o" of "Co." of the publishers name at the bottom of the spine enclosed within the "C." The 2nd state of the text, mixed with some 1st state points. Page [2]: the publisher's advertisement has no box; page 14: "low wail of."; page 81: ".dashed to peices." is 1st state; page [227] "While Tin Woodman." is 1st state; the colophon is reset in 13 lines with no box. Perfect type last line of pages 100 and 186. The verso of the title page has a press-printed copyright notice. The color plates are the same as those of the first state except that the dark-blue blots have been removed from the moon on the plate facing page 34 and the red shading on the horizon has been removed from the plate facing page 92. The edges of eight plates, twelve text pages and the front endpaper have minor tears and/or chips in the margins and have been archivally mended (most are miniscule), and some maintain minor staining from fingerprints, with two or three pages with moderate fingerprint staining. One plate (facing page 80) was folded in half and is creased; another plate has minor tears (repaired) entering the image area that does not significantly affect the image; another plate with a minor adhesive stain in the margin. A few pages and plates have minor creasing to the corners, a few pages with tiny tears, and the first several pages are slightly rounded at the bottom corner. Previous owner's names and dates on front endpaper, with a minor ink smudge. A beautiful green cloth clamshell box with a simple yet elegant black leather spine label protects and houses the book; designed and handcrafted by Scott Kellar Bookbinding and Conservation. Bookseller Inventory # 012231
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Baum, L. Frank
Bookseller: Abyssbooks
(Broomfield, CO, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Geo. M. Hill Co., Chicago, Il., 1899. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Denslow, W. W. (illustrator). First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. First edition, (1899 is stated date) later issue, pale green binding stamped and lettered in red and a darker green (variant C, with the publisher's imprint in red on heel of spine - Geo. M. Hill Co, with C encircling the "o"), includes 22 fully intact color plates of the original 24, missing title page and frontispiece illustration and the greater portion (all but lower corner with monkey and lower edge) of plate between pages 170-171- this plate is not included with the 22. Inside front cover has two color pastedown of the cowardly lion, some netting showing at hinge, name inked on back of Publisher page listing of Baum's other publications, tanning. Back end two color pictorial pastedown with the unboxed 13 line colophon. Cover has frays on the corner tips, edges of spine, short mid section surface split on the back side of spine hinge, same on front with nick, some soiling on cover, interior is clean and firm, plate between 14/15 is detached from midsection down, 1/2" closed tear upper edge of page 19, corner tip of plate between pages 20/21 is chipped in the lower foreside margin -illustration fully intact. Total of 259pp (the last page which is Chapter XXIV is unpaginated - preceeding page is numbered 258. Also contains numerous tri-color (b/w and single color) illustrations throughout the book. A very nice First edition of Baum's most famous novel. Desirable!. Bookseller Inventory # 38535
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

L. {Lyman} Frank Baum
Bookseller: King Bee Books
(Chicago, IL, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Geo M. Hill Co, Chicago, Ilinois, 1900. Full Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. W.W. Denslow (illustrator). First Edition. 8vo. Author: L. (Lyman) Frank Baum Green, Hanff, Bibliographia Oziana pages 23-25. Jacob Blanck Peter Parley to Penrod pages 112 & 113. Large 8vo., green cloth, stamped in red and green. 261 pages. This mixed-state, mostly variant "C" First Edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz has been restored, & two peices of the book were missing, making exact identification difficult: the 1st page is out, so it can't be determined if the advertisement opposite the title page has the border around it. The lower right portion at the foot of the spine was also missing, so the "Co." in Geo. M. Hill Co. is also missing. However, the type is red & serifed as per Green, Hanff variant "C", Blanck state "Y". The losses to the spine have been carefully filled in to provide a perfect match to the adjacent material. Copyright page has the press-printed copyright notice. Page 14 reads ' Low Wail'. Page 81, fourth line from the bottom spells 'pieces' correctly. Page 227 first line spelled: 'While the woodman'. The colophon at the rear of the book is 13 lines, all in black. The dark-blue blots are not present on the moon on the plate facing page 34, and the red shading is not present on the plate facing page 92. All 24 color plates by W.W. Denslow are are present. The book has undergone a full restoration by : Scott K. Kellar Bookbinding and Restoration, Chicago,Illinois. The book has been expertly re sewn, reinforced and restored using archival materials (such as the spine restoration mentioned above). Scott also created an archival custom-made clamshell box with leather spine label for additional protection. I will be glad to provide additional photographs or answer any questions about this book. Bookseller Inventory # 009130
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THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ

Baum, L. Frank & Denslow, W .W.
(ROCHESTER, MI, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Geo. M. Hill Co., 1900. First Edition. THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ, G.M. Hill, 1900, first edition (2nd issue binding with plain unserified type in red lettering as opposed to green), some wear to corner tips and spine extremities, some soiling to spine and covers, light silverfish damage to spine and rear cover, inner hinges strengthened, else a good or better collectible copy of this cornerstone work in the publishers original pictorial cloth binding with all plates bright and present and text block quite clean and in at least vg or better condition. Illustrated in color by W. W. Denslow. With reference to Bibliographia OZiana, this copy has all the issue points of state B, save that the full color plate facing page 34 is in the first state with the 2 dark blue dots present on the moons surface. Bookseller Inventory # 15745
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

L. Frank Baum
Bookseller: Kaleidoscope Books
(Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Geo. M. Hill Co., Chicago and New York, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. W.W. Denslow (illustrator). 1st Edition. A very collectible book in unfortunate condition. The good news is that both covers are present, as are all the pages and plates. However, this book looks back fondly on the days when it had a back strip and solid binding as part of its former glory which exists no more. Many of the plates are clean and attractive, but the end papers have been unprofessionally taped, the front with residue and the rear end paper still with the offending adhesive. Please see our photos and feel free to ask us any more questions. Bookseller Inventory # 000548
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Book Description: George M. Hill Co.,, Chicago / New York, 1900, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: Poor. 1st Edition. BAUM, L. Frank. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With Pictures by W.W. Denslow.[Chicago / New York : Geo. M. Hill Co., 1900]. First State of the First Edition. Pp [3]-[261,(1),+ 15 (of 24) full-page colour plates. Text Illustrations. 8vo, illustrated pale green cloth, stamped in red and green. First state points : page 14 line 1 begins "low wail on"; on plate opposite page 34the moon has two dots; page 81 fourth line from bottom has "peices"; page 227 line 1 begins "While Tin Woodman"; colophon on rear pastedown in 11 lines with the initial letter in red and enclosed in a box; in B binding with publisher printed in red and with the O outside the C at foot of spine; however, lacking plate opp. p. 92 (and thus first state point cannot be verified – red shading on horizon) and lacking first leaf (and thus first state point cannot be verified – box around ads on page 2). The 15 of 24 plates present (and condition) are : opp. p. 14 "She caught Toto by the ear." (detached, edge chipped and short tear not affecting plate); opp. p. 20 "I am theWitch of the North." (very good); opp. p. 34 "You must be a great sorceress." (very good); opp. p. 36 "Dorothy gazed thoughtfully at the Scarecrow." (very good); opp. p. 66 "You ought to be ashamed of yourself!" (very good);opp. p. 102 "Permit me to introduce to you her Majesty, the Queen." (smudgeaffecting plate); opp. p. 112 "The Lion ate some of the porridge." (tear along gutter not affecting plate); opp. p. 126 "The Eyes looked at her thoughtfully." (small smudge not affecting plate); opp. p. 138 "The Soldier withthe green whiskers led them through the streets." (tears along gutter notaffecting plate); opp. p. 150 "The Monkeys wound many coils about his body." (tears along gutter not affecting plate); opp. p. 160 "The Tinsmiths worked for three days and four nights." (detached); opp. p. 170 "The Monkeys caught Dorothy in their arms and flew away with her." (detached, tear to fore-edge affecting plate); opp. p. 212 "The Scarecrow sat on the big throne."(tears along gutter not affecting plate); opp. p. 246 "The Head shot forward and struck the Scarecrow." (vertical crease); opp. p. 254 "You must giveme the Golden Cap." (tears along gutter not affecting plate). Lacking 9 ofthe 24 colour plates, text block detached from casing, hinges broken, spinecloth torn and spine ends chipped, heavy wear and smudging to cloth, lacking first leaf and bottom 2.5 inches of title page (and thus cannot verify publisher's information), brown stain to bottom margin of pp. 96-103, tearsand chipping along fore-edge of pp 113-114, tear along bottom edge of pp 251-252, numerous leaves loose, a poor, defective copy with complete text. The foundation for a restoration. As is. Net price. 4,500.00. Bookseller Inventory # 94650
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

BAUM, L. FRANK.
(Alford, MA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Illustrated by Michael McCurdy with 25 black-and-white reproductions from scratchboard drawings. Foreword by Ray Bardbury. 8vo. Original cloth, in dust wrapper. The Kansas Centennial Edition, Lawrence, Kansas 1999. This is one of 9 portfolios with each of the 25 scratchboard drawings reproduced individually on 25 sheets of archival quality paper, 8 1/2 by 11 inches. Each inkjet print is hand colored, numbered and signed by McCurdy. The 25 illustrations are laid-into an original 4to green silk folding box, designed and handmade by James Currier of Newport, RI, with a gold-stamped spine and paper label on the front. The box has been specially designed to also hold a copy of the first edition of the Kansas Centennial Edition of the book. The book is signed and numbered by McCurdy, with an original small drawing enclosed. The portfolio is limited to 9 copies, of which only 8 are for sale. Pre-publication price. Bookseller Inventory # 001519
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz [Illustrated by Barry Moser]

Baum, L Frank, Illustrated by Barry Moser
(Bloomfield, NY, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Pennyroyal Press, West Hatfield, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine/Fine clamshel case. Illustrated (illustrator). Limited. 268pp., Nice clean crisp book. Just one of 350 in the limited edition signed by Barry Moser. Illustrated with 62 wood engravings by Barry Moser. Printed in 5 colors by Harold McGrath. Calligraphy by Yvette Rutledge. Bound in beige cloth boards gilt lettered. House in cloth clamshell tray case. One of 350 copies signed by the illustrator, this being #243. Fabulous woodcuts, including Nancy Reagan as the Wicked Witch, make this edition a classic. Includes an appreciation by Justin G. Schiller. Bookseller Inventory # 007970
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Baum, L. Frank
(Great Barrington, MA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: University Press of Kansas, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Illustrated by Michael McCurdy. Foreword by Ray Bradbury. 8vo., black boards stamped in silver; pictorial dust jacket. Kansas Centennial Edition. This copy, of one 8 especially numbered copies, signed by McCurdy with an original drawing by the artist. [Together with] 25 inkprint scratchboard drawings by McCurdy reproduced and hand-colored on sheets of archival quality paper, measuring 8 1/2 by 11 inches. Each of the 25 drawings, numbered and signed by McCurdy, and the specially numbered copy of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" are laid-into an original green silk folding box, designed by James Currier of Newport, Rhode Island. Shipping extra. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-1316307052
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WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ.THE KANSAS CENTENNIAL EDITION.|THE

Baum, L. Frank
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Book Description: University Press of Kansas, (Lawrence, KS, 1999. Foreword by Ray Bradbury. This copy is one 8 especially numbered copies, signed by McCurdy with an original drawing by the artist and containing 25 inkprint scratchboard drawings by McCurdy reproduced and hand-colored on sheets of archival quality paper, measuring 8 1/2 by 11 inches. Each of the 25 drawings, numbered and signed by McCurdy, and the specially numbered copy of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" are laid-into an original green silk folding box, designed by James Currier of Newport, Rhode Island 8vo., black boards stamped in silver; pictorial dust jacket. Accompanied by separate suite of plates. 268 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 114736
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The Wonderful Wizard of OZ

Baum, L. Frank
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Book Description: University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Michael McCurdy (illustrator). 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Kansas Centennial Edition. #8 of 8 copies (from Mr. McCurdy's personal collection) that were made for sale. Includes a suite of 25 hand-colored signed laser prints from the original drawings made by McCurdy to illustrate the book. Enclosed in a hand-made green silk clamshell box. A first edition of the book nestles within its own compartment in the box. A lovely tribute to Baum's classic work. Signed by Illustrator(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000084
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Limited Edition

Baum, L. Frank, & Robert Sabuda (illustrator)
Bookseller: March Hare Books
(El Segundo, CA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: NY: Books of Wonder / Little Simon (Simon & Schuster), 2000. Cloth. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New Slipcase. Limited Edition. First edition. LIMITED DELUXE EDITION, clothbound in cloth slipcase. NUMBERED 108 of only 200 copies and SIGNED by acclaimed pop-up engineer Robert Sabuda; includes an EXTRA POP-UP not featured in the trade edition. By far the star publication of the Centennial of Baum's immortal American fantasy, Sabuda's magnificent pop-ups turned this book into an instant bestseller; its phenomenal popularity and exceptionally small limitation have made this special edition extremely rare. As New condition, includes publisher's original cardboard carton with hand-numbered limitation label. Signed by Author and Illustrator. Bookseller Inventory # 002843
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The Teddy Bear's Christmas, Vintage 1908 Adorable Book, Illustrated By W. W. Denslow In Color of Little Boy , Girl & Yellow Bear & Jack-in-the-Box, One of Last Works of "WIZARD of OZ" MASTER ILLUSTRATOR, Denslow. A Wonderful FANTASY Adventure of Bobby &

Illustrated in Full Color & B/W Lithos, as Only W. W. DENSLOW (The Original WONDERFUL WIZARD Of OZ Illustrator) Could Do, with 7 Full or Nearly Full Page Multicolor Illustrations (Including the cover) in Denslow's Picture-Toy-book Format and Style
Bookseller: Bluff Park Rare Books
(Long Beach, CA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: MILLER BROS Co. Store Westminster Md, 1908. Soft Cover. No Jacket. First Edition. .SOFTCOVER Color Illustrated Stapled WRAPS with some Wrinkling & Pencil & Ink Name front & Back Cover, FoXing to Back Cover & Light Chipping Edges, 10 page story, VG-/GOOD, SOFTCOVER, AS-IS, with Original paper wraps & LIGHT FoX Wrinkling Inside pgs, Aside from one spot on the right edge, this is a VERY Nice Copy, with no Damage or Writing, & Firm staples. Very Good + Condition, FIRST & ONLY PRINTING !!! 5" X 7 1/4" A WONDERFUL GIFT, Light wear and browning to the back cover. Small 8vo, A Wonderful FANTASY Adventure of Bobby & Bess's Search for Santa Claus, with help from their Teddy Bear & other Animated Toys. 10 page story, with Original PAPER WRAPS. It was commissioned as an advertising Christmas Give Away by Miller Bros. Co, MD. ,Includes Even a color plate of Santa!!. Bookseller Inventory # 23381
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Original pencil drawing for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.,

Moser, Barry.
(Northampton, MA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: 1985., 1985. Image size 9 x 10. Titled in pencil "The Prairie Landscape // 2 April 1985" and signed. Hinged into mat. Fine condition. This drawing is similar to the wood engraving at the opening of Oz. There is a rural mailbox, prairie grass, windmill, and approaching tornado. The main difference is there's a female figure in the drawing, but not in the engraving. Bookseller Inventory # 14983
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Pop Up

Baum, Frank / ROBERT SABUDA *** SIGNED ***
Bookseller: Margins13 Books
(Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Little Simon, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. 1st Edition. LIMITED Edition, #138 of only 200 issued to celebrate the publishing Centennial of this classic work. Flawless volume, bound in bright green cloth as is the mint slip case. Original ribbon-pull in place. An extra pop-up is on the front cover. Inside of this pop-up, Sabuda SIGNED (signature only). Awesome overall pop-up edition, but being so limited, it is just stunning. Original mylar slip. (Postal insurance included.) Overseas postage at cost, due to size and weight.). Signed by Illustrator(s). Book. Bookseller Inventory # 001298
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PICTURES FROM THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ

Thomas H Russell
(Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Ogilvie 1903-1904, Chicago, 1903. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. Illustrated by W W Denslow (illustrator). First Edition; First Printing. Chromo-lithograph; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 42 pages; There are 42pp and 24 plates full color full page plates two of which are pasted face down inside the covers with only blank backs showing as issued. The story line is printed on the backs of the plates. Hard paper wraps with red cloth spine. Red dye from spine has migrated into the edge of the binding margin. Does not infringe upon either text or illustrations. Size 8.25 x 6.5". Bienvenue & Schmidt suggest that this was produced as a give-away for audience members at the 125th performance of the theatrical version at the Majestic Theatre in 1903. Bienvenue & Schmidt p.146. Both Hanf and Bienvenue remain silent on why the two plates were pasted to the covers face down. ".First and only printing of rare pamphlet printed on original color plates for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. When the George M. Hill Co. , the original publisher of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) , went bankrupt in early 1902, George W. Ogilvie purchased the firm's stock that included unused color plates for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Baum and Denslow sued to have the printing plates to all of their books returned to them as they were negotiating with The Bobbs-Merrill Co. Of Indianapolis to reissue their joint publications. They had every right to as they had paid to have them made. Pictures from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was a shameless attempt to cash in on the recent smash hit musical extravaganza The Wizard of Oz. The color lithographed covers were based on publicity photographs of Fred Stone and Dave Montgomery as the Scarecrow and the Tin Man in the play. Because Ogilvie did not possess the book's actual printing plates, he merely commissioned a new story from hack writer Russell and printed it on the versos of Denslow's original color plates. This largely incomprehensible "Story telling the Adventures of the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Little Girl" bears almost no resemblance to Baum's American fairy tale. It mentions neither the name "Dorothy" or the word "Oz." Unfortunately, two of the plates (the pictorial title page and the picture of Glinda the Good) were used as endpapers and pasted to the backs of the wrappers. Although Denslow's name appears on both the cover and title page of this pamphlet, he does not seem to have approved of or been personally involved in any way with its production." An interesting and scarce ephemeral production in the Wizard of Oz pantheon. Collates complete. Bookseller Inventory # 32254
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

L. Frank Baum
Bookseller: OwlsBooks
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Book Description: Troll Communications Llc. Paperback. Book Condition: GOOD. Bookseller Inventory # V212366453
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

L. Frank Baum
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Book Description: Troll Communications Llc. Paperback. Book Condition: GOOD. Bookseller Inventory # V209891936
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Fun-to-read Fairy Tales)

Shogo Hirata
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Book Description: Modern Publishing. Paperback. Book Condition: GOOD. Bookseller Inventory # V209512443
Book Description: The Book Club of California, San Francisco. 2011., 2011. Limited edition in Fine condition, green linen backed with paper title label to spine with yellow decorated paper covered boards, folio, fine black and white and coloured illustrations along with an original leaf from the first printed edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, tipped onto the verso of the title page, colophon errata slip laid in, 141 pages. The second book is a Limited edition in Fine condition, folio, stiff illustrated brown paper covers, frontispiece illustration, illustrated title page, colophon errata slip laid in, 47 pages. All contained in the Fine original brown cloth covered slipcase. Original prospectus laid in. One of 300 copies produced. Bookseller Inventory # 14861
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: Emerald City (A POP-UP BOOK)

INC OTTENHEIMER PUBLISHERS
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Book Description: OTTENHEIMER PUBLISHERS, INC. Hardcover. Book Condition: GOOD. Bookseller Inventory # V210460022
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