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    Edgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan and the Lost Empire. New York: [circa 1933-1937]. Early Grosset & Dunlap reprint. Signed. Octavo. [6], 313, [1, "The Novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs" list with 33 titles] pages. Frontispiece by A. W. Sperry. Publisher's red cloth, spine and front lettered in black; all text block edges trimmed, top edge stained green; original illustrated dust jacket. Spine ends pushed; minor wear and bumping at extremities; mild rubbing to boards; spot of pale soiling at front board. Hint of dulling at endpapers and text block; previous owner note taped to front free endpaper; small inked stamp at reverse of frontispiece; trace of soiling at text block edges; top edge dust-soiled; occasional spot of marginal soiling scattered throughout interior. Edge wear to jacket resulting in nicking at spine and flap fold ends; light rubbing to jacket; folds creased; price torn away from front flap. Good. Appears to be a mixed issue: ERB at rear, but with artist's credit at title-page; jacket with 30 titles at rear flap and no title listings at jacket verso. Zeuschner, pp. 386-387.

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