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    Edgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan and the Lost Empire. New York: Metropolitan Books, [1929]. First edition. Octavo. [6], 313, [1, blank] pages. Frontispiece by A. W. Sperry. Publisher's orange cloth, spine and front lettered in black; all text block edges trimmed; facsimile dust jacket. Cloth faded at spine; spine ends slightly pushed and worn; mild wear and soiling along joints; boards a touch rubbed with a few faint smudges; a handful of bumps to edges and corners. Previous owner signature at front free endpaper. Text block yellowed; top edge dust-soiled; series of small gouges, or possibly some shallow insect damage, at fore-edge. Very Good. Zeuschner, p. 385.

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