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    Edgar Rice Burroughs. Pellucidar. A sequel to "At the Earth's Core" relating the further adventures of David Innes in the land underneath the Earth's Crust. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1923. First edition. Octavo. [8], 322 pages. Frontispiece and three additional plates by J. Allen St. John. Publisher's red cloth, spine and front lettered in black; all text block edges trimmed; dust jacket from a later Grosset & Dunlap reprint. Spine ends softly pushed, with wear showing at spine ends and along joints and board edges; minor rubbing, soiling, and dampstaining to cloth. Previous owner signature effaced from front free endpaper. Text block dulled, particularly at edges, which are also foxed. Jacket nicked at spine and flap fold ends; rubbing to exposed panels; wear and creasing at folds; tiny amount of faint red offsetting from cloth onto verso of jacket. Very Good. Zeuschner, p. 234.

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