Geoffrey Bles First Editions
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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: A Story for Children  
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes.
Publisher: Geoffrey Bles, London. (October 16) 1950*. With color frontice-piece of Aslan in a romp with Lucy and Susan (never to be used in any later edition).
Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia  
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes.
Publisher: Geoffrey Bles, London. (October 15) 1951*. With color frontice-piece of a scene from Chapter XI (never to be used in any later edition), and a Map of Narnia on the front endpapers by Baynes, based on an original sketch by Lewis.
The Voyage of ‘The Dawn Treader’ 
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes.
Publisher: Geoffrey Bles, London. (September1) 1952*. With a Map of the Eastern Ocean on the front end papers in blue ink, and “A Plan of the Dawn Treader” in black and white as a frontispiece.
The Silver Chair 
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes.
Publisher: Geoffrey Bles, London. (September 7) 1953*. With a Map of “The Wild Lands of the North,” on the front end papers, and a black and white drawing of Jill and Eustace in Aslan's Country as a frontispiece.
The Horse and His Boy 
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes.
Publisher: Geoffrey Bles, London. (September 6) 1954*. With a Map of the lands between Tashbaan on the front end papers, and a black and white line screen drawing of The Narnians in Tashbaan as the frontispiece; Shasta among the Tombs, a black and white line screen drawing between pages 76 and 77; The Hermit of the Southern March, a black and white line screen drawing between pages 132 and 133; Shasta in Narnia, a black and white line screen drawing between pages 156 and 157. None of these four black and white line screen drawings were never to be used in any later edition.
 
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