EIGHT OR NINE WISE WORDS ABOUT LETTER-WRITING. By Lewis Carroll.
Oxford: Emberlin and Son, No date. (circa. 1907). Comprising:- Wise Words. Forty page stitched pamphlet. Dated ‘1890’, but with advertisements referring to works published later, for example ‘Feeding the Mind’ (1907). See Williams, Madan, Green 223d.(1). Size: 10.2x7.6cms. Stamp Case. Consisting of a printed pictorial outer case (10.3x8.0cms), of linen backed paper, into which slips the printed pictorial stamp-holder (9.8x7.3cms), of stitched card. The stamp-holder has twelve small sewn pockets to hold stamps from one half penny to one shilling in value. Third edition with the (Post Free, 13d.) preceding the Price One Shilling. Envelope. Pink paper envelope (13.0x9.6cms), opening at the side, with printing on the front of the envelope only. Third edition, in which the second line of the description ends ‘Pictorial’. Advertisement. A single pale-green sheet (10.2x8.6cms) printed on one side only. Advertising ‘The “Wonderland”Postage-Stamp-Case’. Creasing and some wear to envelope; else a fine complete group.