Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There.
West Hatfield: Pennyroyal Press, 1982. 10 3/4 x 16 1/2. xxv, 163, (7) pages. Half-morocco and decorated paper boards by Gray Parrot, with a separate suite of the engravings, 92 leaves, each signed by Moser; in a buckram chemise. Morocco-backed tray case. Fine. Item #18217
No. 340 of 350 numbered copies signed by Moser. Printed in red and black with 92 wood engravings by Moser. Moser in the Pennyroyal Checklist (1986) comments "there is a greater cohesion in Looking-Glass than in Alice. I have never been able to understand why the critics called the pictures 'dark'. I intended them to be whimsical and humorous displaying a kind of calculated pandemonium."