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    Edgar Rice Burroughs. The Son of Tarzan. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1918. First edition, later impression (Heins ST-3). Publisher's green cloth. Near fine, without dust jacket.

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    First edition, later impression. Heins ST-3 with "1918" on the title page, and with the W. F. Hall imprint at the bottom of the copyright page. Octavo. 394 pages.

     

    Publisher's green cloth with gold stamping. Sharp, bright copy with very light rubbing to spine ends and a slight lean in the spine. Dust jacket is not present. A near fine copy of the fourth book of the Tarzan series.

     

    Heins, p. 45.

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