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TARZAN AND THE JEWELS OF OPAR

by BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE

Condition: Fair


United Kingdom: Methuen & Co.. Fair. 1943. Hardcover. READING COPY - A good undated (early '40s) Wartime Standard hardcover without dustwrapper in aged boards rubbed/bumped to the spine ends/corners/bottom edge, the word "Discard" is stamped on the front endpaper and there is a stamp on the title page but no sign of library usage, unmarked tanned pages very tanned to the text-block edges. Unlovely, but a tight readable copy. Carefully packaged and posted within 48 hours from our wee bookshop in Scotland. .

Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar is a novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the fifth in his series of books about the title character Tarzan. It was published in 1916.




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