The Lost Princess of Oz. By L. Frank Baum. Early Printing. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Reilly & Lee. Chicago, circa 1920.

$60.00

The Lost Princess of Oz is the eleventh canonical Oz book. It tells the story of Princess Ozma’s disappearance from the mythical city and details Dorothy and The Wizard’s efforts to find her and bring her back unharmed. The story was inspired by (and dedicated to) L. Frank Baum’s granddaughter, Ozma. With such a quintessential quest plot and reappearances from Baum’s best characters, including Dorothy, Toto, the Cowardly Lion, and many more, this contribution to the Oz series is delightful.

This early printing is in good condition. In the original blue cloth boards with pictorial pastedown to front board, very good with only rubbing to corners and chipping to pastedown. Hinges sympathetically reinforced with bookbinding tape. Text block very good, only minor closed tears to occasional gutters. All 12 full color plates intact and present.

A good early printing of The Lost Princess of Oz.

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The Lost Princess of Oz. By L. Frank Baum. Early Printing. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Reilly & Lee. Chicago, circa 1920.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 5 in