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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lewis Carroll; Didier Mutel; John Tenniel
|Notes:||"10 de luxe copies numbered from I to X in Roman numerals. These copies include 3 volumes. 2 volumes comprising four prints of each engraving, 50 plates printed in four different colours, one printed with black ink on white paper, one printed with black ink on red paper, one printed with red ink on white paper, one printed with red ink on red paper; plus a series of 21 non-accepted plates also printed in four colours. The whole set totalling 284 engravings, all numbered and signed by the artist. 1volume of the book, including the text with 50 original copper engravings by Didier Mutel, and 50 illustrations by John Tenniel, printed on 160 grams velin d'Arches and 31 grams Sekishu-Shi Japanese paper"--Colophon.
Vol. , the text, printed backwards except for introductory poem by Carroll and colophon. Loose quires laid in folder and slipcase, engraved throughout, black lettering and designs on red monoprint, two quires at end consist of variations on the words "THE END."
There three portfolios of engravings. Vol.  is "Planches volume I," vol.  is "Planches volume II," vol.  is "Planches volume III," [proofs].
|Description:||4 v. : ill. ; 36-58 cm.|
|Responsibility:||by Lewis Carroll ... ; with fifty illustrations after John Tenniel and fifty copper plate engravings by Didier Mutel.|