. Robert B. Collins . NY
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This extra copy without a cover lacks also the frontispiece and the ten pages after 208. It will be a great way for students to get a good look at Tenniel and even at what a book looks like when it has endured 160 years of wear! I will include comments from the primary book. Here is yet a third version of what may be the first American edition of the Tenniel and James book. My favorite private collector gives the date for these editions as 1848 and writes that they are the first American edition. The original London 1848 James/Tenniel, published by John Murray, includes over one hundred illustrations.