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    Tarzan and the Foreign Legion by Edgar Rice Burroughs - 1st Edition (Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., 1947) Condition: FN. This edition of Tarzan and the Foreign Legion, with cover art and interior illustrations by John Coleman Burroughs, was published out of Tarzana, California under Edgar Rice Burroughs' own imprint. In blue cloth, with a red-stamped front board and spine, the book and dust jacket are both in Excellent condition. The quality of the binding and dust jacket are so fine you may wonder where this book has been kept all these years! The fact that this book is protected by a plastic jacket cover is surely what helped keep the condition so nice. A classic tale, by the man who created Tarzan.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2004
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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