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    Edgar Rice Burroughs: Jungle Tales of Tarzan Inscribed to His Son. (Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1919), first edition, first binding with spine imprint in three lines, 319 pages, illustrated by J. Allen St. John, orange cloth with black titles, 12mo (5.25" x 7.75"), fine in a fine jacket. The dust jacket does show a certain amount of restoration, especially to the top edge and spine. A wonderful copy of this title with a very special inscription to his son which reads in full "To Hulbert with great love, Papa...Edgar Rice Burroughs (100 years hence this may increase the value of this volume .25¢. I say "may")...Los Angeles/April 23, 1925...Quotation April 23, 2025 $2.15". Simply a beautiful bright copy. From the Ventura Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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