(Massmann, Robert E.)
A Mark Twain Turnover, Consisting of "Mark Twain and the Devil" and "Advice for Good Little Girls."
(New Britain, CT: Robert E. Massmann, 1972). (32)pp. One of 250 copies. A "tête-bêche," or reversible book, containing two excerpts from Mark Twain’s writings, each illustrated with a hand-colored frontispiece. In the middle are two fold-out miniature copies of “The Calaveras Crier,” as well as a center pop-up of “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County.” Fine in white leatherette with a hand-colored paper label on either side. Housed in a paper slipcase, also with printed label. Bookplate of noted antiquarian bookseller, Abraham Horodisch. (Bradbury, p. 240). (1 9/16 by 1 7/16; 39x36mm). Item #31488
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