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    Edgar Rice Burroughs: Limited Edition of The Girl From Farris's. (Kansas City: House of Greystoke, 1965), one of 50 copies bound in blue denim as stated by the special hand-written limitation bound in back, 70 pages, [2] pages publisher's catalog, profusely inscribed on the inside and back covers by Vernell Coriell, founder of the Burroughs Bibliophiles and House of Greystoke, frontis by Frank Frazetta, blue denin with gilt titles, 4to (7" x 10"), fine, no jacket as issue. In the inscription Coriell thanks the recipient for helping "...keep the spirit of Edgar Rice Burroughs alive during the dark years following the birth of the atomic age...". From the Ventura Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
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