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1889 - Macmillan and Co., London - First Edition
A lovely copy of ‘Sylvie and Bruno’, with forty-six drawings by the inimitable Irish illustrator Harry Furniss, one of the most talented black and white artists of his time.

It was one of the last fictional novels that Carroll wrote before shifting his focus to poetry and verse, and revolves around the story of two young adventures, Sylvie and Bruno, as they discover magical railway-lines, enchanted lockets, while dastardly foe awaits them from afar...
 
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Price HK$ 1,500



Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - together with - Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice found there - Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson], John Tenniel (illustrator)

1870 1872 - Macmillan and Co., London - Early Edition, First Edition
“Whilst Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass were intended for children “fresh from God’s hand”, it is equally enthralling and delightfully magical for adults as they follow Alice on her vibrant adventures escorted by her famous companions. Who can possibly not have been carried away into the fantastically crazy world of the Mad Hatter? Or never have heard of Tweedledee and Tweedledum? Who cannot have been struck by Carroll’s love for sophisticated play with words?.” - Stephanie Chan.

A finely bound pair, in which Tenniel’s illustrations, 42 in
Wonderland and 50 in Looking-Glass, perfectly capture Alice’s upside-down world and are considered to be his finest and most enduring achievement. 
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Price HK$ 15,000