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    Edgar Rice Burroughs and Sons Pulp Group (Miscellaneous Publishers, 1931-41) Condition: Average GD/VG. Includes the May, July, August, and September 1931 issues of Blue Book ("Jungle Girl" parts 1, 3, 4, and 5); the February 20, 1937 Argosy ("The Resurrection of Jimber-Jaw;" trimmed; tape along spine); June 1939 Thrilling Wonder Stories ("Man Without a World" by John and Hulbert Burroughs, tape along spine); July 1939 Fantastic Adventures ("The Scientists Revolt"); May 1940 Thrilling Adventures (part three of "The Terrible Tenderfoot" aka "The Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County;" tape repair along spine); and the September 1941 Startling Stories ("The Bottom of the World" by John and Hulbert Burroughs). Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $300.

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