The Oak, an Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Part I, May, 1868. London: Houlston & Wright, Paternoster Row, 1868. [xvi; double frontispiece: Disraeli and a George Cruikshank illustration for “Aesop Revived,” “The Yokel and the Acorn”; 64 pages; vi] 22.5 cm. 8vo. Advertising on the verso of the covers, 16 pages of introductory advertising and 6 pages following the text. The portrait of Disraeli was drawn by Jack Dodds from a photograph by Southall. A biographical sketch of Disraeli is a featured article. This copy has not been opened. This is the first issue. One other copy is located at Yale. Covers detached. Internal condition near-pristine. First edition. Cohn 608 is a later printing.
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