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The Lost Princess of Oz

Court Designs

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The Lost Princess of Oz
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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; blemishes/jacket hinge cracked/markings by owner
Materials:
paper
Size:
9.25" L x 7" W x 1.5" H
Color/Finish:
dark green/muti

Why We Love This

The Lost Princess Of Oz by L. Frank Baum. Chicago: Reilly Lee, 1917. Octavo. 312 pp. Light blue cloth, pictorial color label on hardcover, stamped rules on spine. Some blemishes to label, cloth edges slightly worn, spine slightly faded. Front hinge cracked, occasional minor foxing, pencil inscription to ownership and child colored on inside title page. 12 color plates plus cover label by J.R. Neill. First Edition. 313 pages.
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About Court Designs

Courtney Delancey, a Los Angeles-based interior designer, has been transforming homes for more than ten years. A hands-on designer and artist, she believes that the key to creating a beautiful space is making it functional for the people who inhabit it. Courtney combines city sophistication with relaxed coastal sensibilities, and brings a sense of warmth and color to every space she designs. Her home and work have been featured in Coastal Living and This Old House.