Sheet of nine proof images illustrating Lewis Carroll's 'Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There' (London: 1871), arranged in three rows, at top left Alice kneeling in front of a table, holding the black kitten, watching two cats playing; printed in 1957 from the original blocks; after John Tenniel. 1871-1957Wood-engraving, printed on coated glossy paper
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