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    [Pulps]. Edgar Rice Burroughs. Earliest Publication of Carson of Venus. Nearly complete serialization, collected from Argosy Weekly, January 8 - February 12, 1938. Lacks final page of Chapter XIII, text replaced with typed facsimile. Disbound, with original clipped cover art. Octavo. Toned chipped and torn, with ink notations. Paper is brittle and crumbling in spots. Good. From the collection of Philip Joseph Petras.




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    January, 2016
    28th Thursday
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