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    With a Warm and Lengthy Inscription by
    Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Edgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan and the Lost Empire. New York: Metropolitan Books, [1929]. First edition. Presentation copy, warmly inscribed by Burroughs on the front free endpaper: "Dear Charlie - /Have been waiting/for the author's copies/of my latest. They/just came today -/Hope you like the story./You'll have to say you/do any way./Ed/9-30-29/To/Charles Albright/Los Angeles/From/Edgar Rice Burroughs/Los Angeles". Octavo. [vi], 313, [1, blank] pages. With frontispiece. Publisher's full orange cloth, front board and spine lettered in black, dust jacket. Jacket spine sunned, jacket restored with some tape residue still present on verso, some yellow streaks and yellow areas on front jacket panel and elsewhere (possibly a printer's error), some rubbing to jacket, cloth spine sunned and creased, some rubbing to binding, corners a bit bumped. Still, a very good copy. Housed in later slipcase. From the Edgar Rice Burroughs Collection of Roy and Dela White.
    Zeuschner 638.

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