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DescriptionEdgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan the Terrible. Chicago: 1921. First edition, with illustration facing page 248 using "Ko-tan." Octavo. , 408 pages. Frontispiece and eight additional plates by J. Allen St. John; map of Pal-ul-don by Burroughs. Publisher's red cloth, spine and front stamped in black; all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket, restored. Foot of spine crimped; spine ends showing a bit of wear; bottom edges of boards lightly worn, one spot a bit rolled; corners tapped. Endpapers and text block softly dulled, with some minor staining and discoloration to endpapers and text block edges. Jacket restored at spine ends and flap folds, with portion of rear panel supplied in facsimile; color correction at verso, along with general rubbing and mild soiling; small chip out of head of rear panel. Very good book in a fair jacket. Zeuschner, p. 469.
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