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    Edgar Rice Burroughs. Group of Four Tarzan Books. Various publishers, 1919 - Circa 1928.
    Titles include: Jungle Tales of Tarzan. Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1919. (first edition, first printing in facsimile dust jacket). [Together with three A.L. Burt reprints:] Tarzan of the Apes (Circa 1926) [and:] Return of Tarzan (Circa 1925) [and:] Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar (Circa 1920). Octavos. Publisher's bindings, three in original dust jackets. Jackets are rubbed, soiled, chipped and torn. Extremities gently rubbed, bumped and edgeworn. Some with spines slightly leaning. Scattered light foxing and toning. Owner's inscriptions and ink-stamps. Overall very good. From the collection of Philip Joseph Petras.


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    February, 2016
    25th Thursday
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