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DescriptionEdgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan and the Golden Lion. Chicago: 1923. First edition. Inscribed by Burroughs to his son, Hulbert Burroughs, with Hulbert's note on dust jacket verso. Octavo. , 333, [2, publisher's ads], [1, blank] pages. Frontispiece and seven additional plates by J. Allen St. John. Publisher's yellowish-brown cloth, spine and front lettered in dark green; all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Minor shelf wear at extremities of binding; a bit of faint smudging to cloth at backstrip and front board; hint of discoloration at rear joint; lower corners tapped. Endpapers and text block very softly dulled; hint of age discoloration at endpapers. Jacket reinforced with clear tape at edges and folds, recto and verso, as is commonly seen in Hulbert's copies; fairly minor chipping at spine and flap fold ends. Very good. Zeuschner, p. 349.
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