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    Edgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1918. First edition. Octavo. [8], 350, [4, publisher's ads], [2, blank] pages. Frontispiece and seven additional inserted plates by J. Allen St. John. Publisher's dark green cloth, spine and front lettered in gilt; all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Spine ends slightly rolled; speckle-soiling to boards, mostly visible in raking light only; trace of wear along bottom edges of boards. Soiling at edges of rear endpapers. Text block dulled; soiling to edges; occasional, mostly marginal spot-soiling scattered throughout interior. Paper loss to jacket, including a fairly large portion of the spine panel and upper half of rear panel, with further chipping at foot of spine and flap fold ends; tears extending from chips, several of which are reinforced with clear tape at recto; creasing; split starting from foot of front flap fold; general rubbing and soiling. Good book in a poor jacket. Zeuschner, p. 362-363.

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