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    The Moon Maid in the Original Dust Jacket

    Edgar Rice Burroughs. The Moon Maid. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1926. First edition. Octavo. [viii], 412 pages. With inserted frontispiece. Publisher's full blue cloth, front board and spine lettered in black, dust jacket. Jacket soiled, worn, with several chips and tears and a bit dull. Extensive tape repairs to verso and a few small tape repairs on recto. A red stain to the front jacket panel at upper and fore-edges. Some rubbing to cloth, first few and last few leaves with marginal dampstain at bottom. A good copy. From the Edgar Rice Burroughs Collection of Roy and Dela White.
    Zeuschner 340.


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    November, 2015
    4th-5th Wednesday-Thursday
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