Lost Princess of Oz


Author: L. Frank Baum

Illustrator: John R. Neill

BAUM, L. Frank. The Lost Princess of Oz. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Chicago: Reilly & Britton [1917]. 8vo, 313pp. Light blue cloth with spine pictorially stamped in black and color label affixed to the front cover. Pictorial endpapers; 12 color plates and numerous b&w illustrations. Spine ends and corners a bit rubbed, slight stain to upper right corner of cover, a few small scratches and some light soiling to cover label, spine a tad sun-darkened, faint speckling to rear cover, else an internally clean, tight copy.

First edition. The 11th Oz book. Ozma has disappeared! And so have most of the magical treasures of Oz - Including the Magic Picture, the Wizard's black bag, and Glinda's Book of Records! With nary a clue to guide them, all of the Emerald City's most beloved citizens volunteer to set out in search of their missing monarch! Baum’s only Oz mystery story!