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    Edgar rice Burroughs. The Monster Men. Chicago: 1929. First edition. .

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    Edgar rice Burroughs. The Monster Men. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1929. First edition. Octavo (7.25 x 4.875 inches; 185 x 122 mm.). [viii], 304 pages. Publisher's tan cloth; spine and front board lettered in green; in original dust jacket. Spine slightly cocked; spine ends frayed; rear lower corner lightly bumped; light offsetting to endpapers; text-block mildly toned. Dust jacket mildly soiled overall; edges shelf-worn; price at rear panel rubbed out and corrected in blue pen; small black spots along top edges of front and rear flap. Very good overall. Currey, p. 72. Heins, p. 173



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