CARROLL, Lewis (author). John TENNIEL (illustrator). Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. London; Macmillan And Co., Limited. 1928.
8vo. Sometime finely bound in half russet morocco over marbled boards, spine with 5 raised bands, lettered direct in gilt with decorative gilt centres featuring characters from the book, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe; pp. [iv], v-xiii + 235 + [i]; with 16 fine full-page coloured plates by Tenniel and line illustrations throughout after the original engravings; a very good and attractive copy with minor abrasion to raised bands and head and heel of spine, and small wear to lower forecorners of boards; internally fine, without inscription, and with the handsome finely engraved, and exquisite, bookplate of Mina Bowater (printed on hand-made paper) to inner upper cover.
Early edition of the Children's Edition, with the additional full-page coloured plates by Tenniel. First published in this format a year earlier.