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64 p. + 2 p. advertising for other works by Busch. In German. Whimsical black and white illustrations, with pages outlined in red; paper, covers detached and brown, brittle, and soiled; pages are not cut uniformly and the few wider pages are browned and chipped on the edges; the booklet is placed (not pasted) inside a cardboard cover with the handwritten title of the work, etc., and a book plate of James Taylor Dunn, who was librarian of the Minnesota Historical Society for many years. Bookseller Inventory # 832-JD1
Title: Dideldum! (Tweedledum)
Publisher: Heidelberg: Fr. Bassermann, 1874, 1st ed.
Publication Date: 1874
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Booklady Used and Rare Books
Evanston, IL, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Seller Since March 31, 1997
We accept Visa, Mastercard, or American Express credit card payments via ABE or PayPal. We also are happy to take a check or money order in U.S. funds. We will invoice libraries and businesses. $4.25 postage for first book, extra for oversize and overweight books, priority or express mail. Please inqire about international shipping before ordering as rates vary by country and have become extemely expensive. Illinois residents add 9% sales tax. Refund (except postage) within 30 days of receipt if...[More Information]
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