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    First Edition of The Mad King with the First State of Text in the Original Dust Jacket

    Edgar Rice Burroughs. The Mad King. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., [1926]. First edition, first state of text with errors on pages 12 and 92 still present. Octavo. [vi], 365 pages. With inserted frontispiece. Publisher's full blue cloth, front board and spine lettered in orange, dust jacket. Jacket worn and chipped with several tears, one small area on the front panel at bottom with amateur attempt at restoration, some soiling and foxing to jacket, cloth spine toned and a bit worn with some loss to orange type on spine, mild rubbing, soiling and bumping to boards. Still, a very good copy. From the Edgar Rice Burroughs Collection of Roy and Dela White.
    Zeuschner 301.

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    November, 2015
    4th-5th Wednesday-Thursday
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