• 1. Daring Twins

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Like New. Condition: Near Fine; First edition, first state. Small 8vo, 317 pgs. Full bound dark blue cloth with gray, beige and black stamped pictorial cover, black title on spine. 4 black and white plates. Some dust soil, mostly on rear board, front board very clean, cornertips slightly bumped. Cloth at spine ends shows a bit of lightening from very minimal wear, light dust soil to block edges. Binding is solid, almost tight, and interior is incredibly clean. A near fine first edition. ... See More Details

    ISBN-13: 9781199281708

    Hardcover, Fine/Like New

    Magers and Quinn Booksellers

    BEST

    Minneapolis, MN, USA

    $150.00

  • 2. The Annotated Wizard of Oz

    by Baum, L. Frank (Introduction, Notes & Bibliography By Michael Patrick Hearn)

     

    Seller Description: W.W. Denslow. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket; clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap. 8 vo; rectangular format; bright yellow boards with green oval containing "OZ"; green spine lettering; inside boards & endpapers have brightly colored maps of the countries near to the Land of Oz and a map of the Marvelous Land of Oz drawn by Prof. Wogglebug T.E.; 384 pp; includes Introduction; facsimile of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz; 23 full page plates of the original illust. by ... See More Details

    1973, Clarkson N. Potter, Inc

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Rosebud Books

    BEST

    Golconda, IL, USA

    $150.00

  • 3. Yankee in Oz

    by Thompson, Ruth Plumly

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. Very good + oversized cloth hardcover in light blue cloth with pasted on yellow and black label shows light soil to covers, else tight clean and unmarked (no jacket if issued). Remains an attractive copy of this first state issue with illustrations by Dick Martin and nothing laid in (maps in particular). See More Details

    1972, International Wizard of Oz Club

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Barker Books

    BEST

    Spokane, WA, USA

    $150.00

  • 4. The Visitors From Oz: Being a True and Faithful Account of the Adventures of the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman, Professor Wogglebug and Jack Pumpkinhead in the Little-Known and Unexplored United States of America

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Martin, Dick. Very Good in Good jacket. Sm4to from 9" to 11" 95 pp, green cloth covered boards w/ illustrations on the front & back in full color, blank pastedowns, printed throughout book w/double-page spread of color pictures followed by double-page spread of black-and-white pictures. dj green w/illustrations in color on front & back panels. This volume is loosely based on eleven of the episodes of Baum's newspaper series "Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz" (1904-1905). Jean ... See More Details

    1960, The Reilly & Lee Co.

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Curio Corner Books

    BEST

    Austin, TX, USA

    $150.00

  • 5. The Lost King of Oz

    by Thompson, Ruth Plumly

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st ed. V Good, shelfworn, especially at edges, spot lower page edges, previous owner name on "this book belongs to" page. Top of K missing in the word back on page 193, line 4. All 12 color plates on coated stock are present. HB. See More Details

    1925, The Reilly & Lee Co

    Hardcover, Very Good

    b brown & Assoc

    BEST

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $150.00

  • 6. Grampa in Oz

    by Thompson, Ruth Plumly (Founded On And Continuing The Famous Oz Stories By L. Frank Baum)

     

    Seller Description: Illustrated by Neill, John R. VG+/NONE. Red cloth, color pictorial paste down on front cover, bright with a touch of extremity rubbing. Early printing. Pictorial eps. Several nice B/W illustrations as well. Extremity lightening, mainly the spine. Some very lt foxing on eps. Internal very clean. An overall nice tight, bright and clean copy. A few pgs of ads for other childrens books in rear.; All 12 beautiful color plates present; 271 pages. See More Details

    1924, The Reilly & Lee Co.

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Yankee Peddler Bookshop

    BEST

    Sodus Point, NY, USA

    $150.00

  • 7. The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Clark, Mary Cowles. Very Good/Near Fine. No Jacket. Fourth State. No publication date stated. Twelve color plates by Mary Cowles Clark. Book covers and pages are clean. Front and rear gutters have been repaired. Book is protected in a custom cut clear mylar cover. See More Details

    1913, M.A. Donohue & Company

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Cahill Rare Books

    BEST

    Mission Viejo, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 8. Sea Fairies

    by Baum, L. Frank; Neill, John R

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. Condition: Very Good; First edition, first state. Small 4to, 239 pgs. Full bound green cloth with textured pictorial paper label (depicting three faces in a circle) on front board, green stamped title with green and red stamped fish on spine. 12 color plates, colored endpapers. Publisher's ads end with "John Dough and the Cherub." Last two lines of pg 95 transposed. Some scuffing and rubbing to paper label, one scratch about 4'' long, cloth beginning to crack at front hinge, worn at ... See More Details

    ISBN-13: 9781199281524

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Magers and Quinn Booksellers

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    Minneapolis, MN, USA

    $150.00

  • 9. The Lost King of Oz

    by Ruth Plumly Thompson

     

    Seller Description: John R. Neil. Good. No Jacket. 9-1/4" x 7-1/8" x 1-1/4" 280 Pages. I think this may be a First Edition. On page 193 the "k" in the word "back" is missing the serif on top. There are 12 color and many b&w illustrations. The color illustrations are so beautiful! The cover has minor wear and soiling. All corners and edges have bumps and wear. Spine has bumped and worn edges. Original owners name and pen markings on inside cover, 1st page, 3rd page, 4th page Color illustration by page 46 is half ... See More Details

    1925, The Reilly & Lee Co.

    Hardcover, Good

    guitarshack12

    BEST

    Poughkeepsie, NY, USA

    $150.00

  • 10. Ozma of Oz...Illustrated By John R. Neill

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Lg. 8vo. 270 pp. Colour frontisp. & 37 integral colour illustrations, numerous colour illustrated borders, numerous full-page and text illustrations in black & white. Blue cloth, w/ colour plate mounted front cover, plain endpapers (very minor bumping to couple corners, shelfwear, couple leaves w/ small closed tears, couple leaves w/ minor pencil marks, slight soiling), still VG-copy. First edition, later printing of No. 3 in the series, with the intermediary cover art on front which was ... See More Details

    1923, Reilly & Lee

    Hardcover, Good

    Zephyr Used & Rare Books

    BEST

    Vancouver, WA, USA

    $150.00

  • 11. Patchwork Girl of Oz

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Illustrated by Neill, john R. Color Ilust(16+ Good. 6x9" Good Cond, inner hinges repaired. Solid copy. Dec Clothbound; 340+ps. pages; ENDPAPERS HAVE COLORFUL ILUST SHOWING SCARCROW ON LION, TINMAN ON TIGER. End Of Book Has 5 Other Titles (1 Page Each) In Series Advert Synopsis...Cover art shows swinging doll with red & yellow patches. Title in Red & Black...all on dark blue original cloth. Spine his small boxy dog ilust. Back cover has several small white milk stains, else clean covers...inner ... See More Details

    1913, Reilly & Lee Pub

    HARDCOVER, Good

    Wonderful Books By Mail

    BEST

    Oroville, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 12. The New Wizard of Oz

    by Baum, L Frank

     

    Seller Description: W W Denslow. V Good. No Jacket. Reprint. Green binding, black lettering, 8 color plates, light shelfware, copyright on 7 lines, the last being "copyright 1903 by L Frank Baum and W W Denslow". Text error on last plate, " cup for cap". Title on spine "The Wizard of Oz", title on title page "The New Wizard of Oz". V Good, plain endpapers. See More Details

    1903, Bobbs Merrill

    Hardcover, Good

    b brown & Assoc

    BEST

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $150.00

  • 13. Dot and Tot of Merryland (First Edition)

    by L. Frank Baum

     

    Seller Description: Good. Rare Geo M. Hill Company publication. Mustard illustrated cloth with brown lettering. Illustrated end papers (front end paper is chipped around edges and fragile). Color title page. Color illustrations. Text clean. 226pp. Rear cover a bit soiled. Hinges starting. Bienvenue P192. Full refund if not satisfied. See More Details

    1901, Geo M. Hill Co

    Hardcover, Good

    Shelley and Son Books (IOBA)

    BEST

    Hendersonville, NC, USA

    $150.00

  • 14. Ozma of Oz; : a Record of Her Adventures With Dorothy Gale of Kansas, the Yellow Hen, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, Tiktok, the Cowardly Lion and the...to Mention Faithfully Recorded Herein,

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Good- Later printing (circa 1925? ) of the first edition, with 39 color plates, color chapter headings and other textual illustrations and elaborations. Light green cloth with paste down pictorial as in previous image, with lion crawling through letters O & Z, with the characters gathered around a secondary title billboard. Spine is evenly sunned, lettering still very clear. Small plain sticker at heel above publisher's name. And some edge discoloration, minor water stain to edges of pictorial ... See More Details

    1907, Reilly & Lee

    Hardcover, Fair

    BookHouse On-Line

    BEST

    Minneapolis, MN, USA

    $150.00

  • 15. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: a Commemorative Pop-Up

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Sabuda, Robert. As New. As Issued without a Dust Jacket. Signed by Illustrator(s) 1st Printing. 4to-over 9-12" tall. pp. 16. First Edition, 1st Printing. Signed, "Best Wishes! Robert Sabuda" on the first page inside front cover. Includes the 3-D green spectacles for viewing, in the pocket on the Emerald City page. All the pop-ups and are in working order, with no defects. Illustrated cover boards are clean with little noticeable wear. Interior pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is square ... See More Details

    2000, Little Simon / Simon and Schuster

    ISBN-13: 9780689817519

    Hardcover, Fine/Like New

    Boomerang Booksellers, ABAA

    HIGH

    Northampton, MA, USA

    $150.00

  • 16. The Wizard of Oz Illustrated By Oskar Lebeck

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Fine in Very Good + D.J. jacket. Nice, bright copy in fine condition with a very good+ dust jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7"-9" tall. See More Details

    1939, Grosset & Dunlap

    Hardcover, Fine/Like New

    Wm Burgett Bks & Collectibles

    HIGH

    San Diego, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 17. Grampa in Oz

    by Thompson, Ruth Plumly

     

    Seller Description: Illustrated by John R. Neill. Very Good with no dust jacket. First Edition, First State with 12 Color Plates coated on one side onlyPerfect type on pages 171 & 189. Modest cover wear, front hinge cracked, former owner's Bookplate, ink name and pencil address on the preliminary pages. A solid and attractive copy.; 8vo 8"-9" tall. See More Details

    1924, The Reilly & Lee Co.

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Gerry Kleier Books

    HIGH

    Martinez, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 18. The Road to Oz

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Illustrated by John R. Neill. Very Good with no dust jacket. Navy blue boards, color pastedown on cover with picture of Dorothy, Lion, Scarecrow and Tin Man, black and white illustrations throughout, dedicated to, "My First Grandson, Joslyn Stanton Baum. Previous owner's signature on ffep and lightly on front cover, else tight, square, unmarked, and clean. VERY GOOD. B&W Drawings. 8vo 8"-9" tall. 261 pp. See More Details

    1909, The Reilly & Lee Co.

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Round Table Books, LLC

    HIGH

    Glenview, IL, USA

    $150.00

  • 19. The Surprising Adventures of the Magical Monarch of Mo and His People [First Edition-1903-First/Mixed State]

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Frank Verbeck. Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7"-9" tall. Light blue cloth, lettered in white outlined in black (or very dark blue? ), with front cover pastedown illus., illus. endpapers and half-title, main title printed in orange and black with color frontis. opposite. Copyright page shows dates of 1900 (Russell) and 1903 (Baum), beneath which is stated, "July / (All Rights Reserved)." [x], 237 pp., illus. w/ 12 color plates (including frontis. ) + approx. 100 line drawings by Verbeck. Mild ... See More Details

    1903, The Bobbs-Merrill Co.

    Decorative Cloth, Very Good

    Saucony Book Shop

    HIGH

    Kutztown, PA, USA

    $150.00

  • 20. Grampa in Oz

    by Thompson, Ruth Plumly

     

    Seller Description: Good+ Neill, John R. 8vo = over 9" 271pp. Founded on and continuing the Famous Oz Stories by L. Frank Baum. Red cloth hard covers with black lettering and illustration of Oz on spine, large pastedown illustration on front. Appear to be Frist State as it fits all the points: All first edition points as called for: 1. Printed on heavy stock with all page edges yellow; 2. Book 1-7/16" thick; 3. All plates in proper pagination and printed on stock coated one side only; 4. ppgs 171 and 189 are ... See More Details

    1924, Reilly & Lee

    Hardcover, Good

    Heritage Books

    HIGH

    Southampton, MA, USA

    $150.00

  • 21. Glinda of Oz By L. Frank Baum 1920

    by L. Frank Baum

     

    Seller Description: First Edition. First Edition. Tan colored cloth covers. Front cover paper label illustrated in full color.; verso of half-title page lists titles through Glinda of Oz. 12 full-color inserts. Good. Used. Slight rubbing to front cover. Binding is starting to crack but otherwise a great copy with no markings in text. See More Details

    1920, The Reilly & Lee Co. Chicago

    Hardcover, Good

    Book Alley

    HIGH

    Pasadena, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 22. The Magic Cloak and Other Stories (the Snuggle Tales)

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Good. First edition. 8vo in color illustrated paper-covered boards. Color frontispiece and with black and white full and partial-page drawings in the text by John R. Neill. Six titles listed on verso of ownership page. Good, hinges firs, rubbing and soiling to the paper-covered boards and some loss at the head and foot of spine. Some fingering in the margins of the text and short closed tear top margin of title page. See More Details

    1916, Reilly & Britton

    Hardcover, Good

    Old Book Shop of Bordentown

    HIGH

    Bordentown, NJ, USA

    $150.00

  • 23. The Patchwork Girl of Oz

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Good+ with no dust jacket. First Edition. First (Green) binding. With the text error on page 35 where CHAP THREE is not centered under the patchwork girl, but instead is offset into the text column to the left. A dinged up, but complete copy. All 22 full page illustrations present. Front and rear hinges cracked. General wear to the cover. Lots of dog-earing to the pages, finger smudges etc etc. Was read a lot by kids, though they didn't write or color in it! A solid enogh example. Probably ... See More Details

    1913, Reilly & Britton Company

    Hardcover, Good

    Gerry Kleier Books

    HIGH

    Martinez, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 24. Sky Island Being the Further Exciting Adventures of Trot and Cap'N Bill After Their Visit to the Sea Fairies

    by Baum, L. Frank

     

    Seller Description: Good. Ist issue with 5 Oz titles and John Dough title and reverse of half-title page. Missing 1 of 12 color illustrations. There is a dime-sized hole in the cover illustration, covers with light general soiling, bumped corners. Front hinge paper neatly repaired.; Large 8vo 9"-10" tall; 288 pages. See More Details

    1912, Reilly & Britton Company

    Hardcover, Good

    Novel Ideas Used Books

    HIGH

    Decatur, IL, USA

    $150.00

  • 25. The Daring Twins: a Story for Young Folk

    by Baum, L. Frank; Batchelder, Pauline M. (Illustrator)

     

    Seller Description: Octavo; 317 pp. Original blue cloth with pictorial front board. Illustrated with four black-and-white plates. Very good; some rubbing to spine ends; small closed tear to half-title page; occasional soiling to text; previous owner's neat gift inscription on front endpaper. Shelved in Case #2. Dupont. See More Details

    1911, The Reilly & Britton Co

    Hardcover, Good

    Second Story Books

    HIGH

    Rockville, MD, USA

    $150.00