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    Edgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan of the Apes. New York: [1914, actually 1927]. Reprint. Presentation copy, inscribed by Burroughs. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To Ron Marshall / with best wishes / Edgar Rice Burroughs / Tarzana / 1932 [?]". Octavo. [viii], 392 pages. With frontispiece of Tarzan in silhouette. Publishers' full red cloth, front board and spine stamped in red. In publisher's dust jacket. Cloth spine sunned, soiled and edgeworn, with some loss at headcap. Boards dampstained, soiled and somewhat worn. Rear hinge cracked, gutter after half title starting. Endleaves and text toned, some dampstaining to lower portion of edge of text block. Jacket spine sunned, worn and chipped. A few tape repairs to jacket verso. Jacket panels with several creased tears and some wear. Fair. Zeuschner, p. 430.
    From the Albert E. Willis Collection of Edgar Rice Burroughs.

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