Baum, L. FrankTitle:
Six different editions of The Wizard of OzPlace Published:
Various placesPublisher:Date Published:
6 volumes. Various binding and paginations.
An assortment of various editions of the classic first book, including movie tie-ins and versions adapted for younger children.
The New Wizard of Oz. Illustrated by W.W. Denslow two inserted color plates including title page and frontispiece with illustrations on both sides. Original dark green cloth pictorially stamped in black and orange. Third Edition, Second Printing. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [c.1913].
The Wizard of Oz. Illustrated in color and black and white by Oskar Lebeck. (Oblong 8vo) cloth backed pictorial boards, pictorial dust jacket. Based on the original novel. Fair amount of wear to jacket with creasing, chips and closed tears New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1939.
The Wizard of Oz. Line drawings by W.W. Denslow; 8 color plates of stills from the MGM film. Original pictorial boards. One of two simultaneous British movie edition; binding ‘A‘. Front hinge cracked, child‘s name at top of front free endpaper. First British Movie Edition. London: Hutchinson & Co., [c.1940].
The New Wizard of Oz. 8 color plates by Evelyn Copelman. Green cloth, pictorial dust jacket. Wear to jacket with large closed tear to front panel repaired on reverse with clear tape. Gift inscription on front free endpaper. First Edition, First Printing with these illustrations. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, .
The Wizard of Oz Animated by Julian Wehr. Illustrated in color by Julian Wehr, including 6 movable illustrations. Text adapted from the original novel. Color pictorial boards. Gift inscription on front pastedown. Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Published Company, 1944.
The Wizard of Oz. Illustrated by Dale Ulrey. Decorative cloth, color pictorial dust jacket. Rubbing to jacket with some small closed tears to edges. Chicago: Reilly & Lee, .