Through the Looking-Glass, And What Alice Found There, London: Macmillan and Co., 1872 [but 1871]. 8°, 50 wood-engraved illustrations by the Dalziel Brothers after John Tenniel (clean tear to right hand corner of page 105 with no loss to text, light waterstaining to lower margins of pages 56-62 and page 212 onwards to end, some spotting or soiling), original red pictorial cloth gilt (head and tail of spine chipped with loss, spine almost detached, hinges split, lower front cover stained, upper back cover stained, corners bumped), g.e., Burn & Co. binder's ticket at rear inside cover. FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE with "wade" for "wabe" in the second line of the poem "Jabberwocky" on page 21. PRESENTATION COPY, the half title inscribed in purple ink, "Alice Catherine Tyrwhitt, from the author, Christmas 1871." Avery 35; Gottlieb Early Children's Books and their Illustration 211; Osborne II, 980; Williams Madan Green 84." /> [DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge] "Lewis CARROLL". <I>Through the Looking-Glass, And What Alice Found There</I>, London: Macmillan and Co., 1872 [but 1871]. 8°, 50 wood-engraved illustrations by the Dalziel Brothers after John Tenniel (clean tear to right hand corner of page 105 with no loss to text, light waterstaining to lower margins of pages 56-62 and page 212 onwards to end, some spotting or soiling), original red pictorial cloth gilt (head and tail of spine chipped with loss, spine almost detached, hinges split, lower front cover stained, upper back cover stained, corners bumped), g.e., Burn & Co. binder's ticket at rear inside cover. FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE with "wade" for "wabe" in the second line of the poem "Jabberwocky" on page 21. PRESENTATION COPY, the half title inscribed in purple ink, "Alice Catherine Tyrwhitt, from the author, Christmas 1871." Avery 35; Gottlieb <I>Early Children's Books and their Illustration</I> 211; Osborne II, 980; Williams Madan Green 84. | Christie's