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    Edgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan's Quest. Tarzana: [1936]. First edition. Octavo. 318, [1, ads], [1, blank] pages. With frontispiece and four plates by J. Allen St. John inserted throughout. Publisher's full blue pebbled cloth, front board and spine stamped in red. In the publisher's jacket in the laminated state. Cloth spine a bit toned and edgeworn. Boards rubbed, with some light edgewear, and some mild bumping to corners. Some mild residue from the laminate on the free endpapers. Slightly skewed. Jacket spine sunned. Some edgewear, creasing to jacket. Jacket flaps creased with a tear on a crease on the rear flap (tear is about four inches long). Some of the laminate is coming off the flaps. Still, good. Zeuschner, p. 496.
    From the Albert E. Willis Collection of Edgar Rice Burroughs.

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