Lot 149 of 271:
The Golden Age of Tarzan, 1939-1942 - signed  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$156
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
The Golden Age of Tarzan, 1939-1942
Author:
Hogarth, Burne
Place:
New York
Publisher:
Chelsea House Publishers
Date:
1977
Description:

xix, [3], 154 pp. Edited by Maurice Horn. Introductory essay by Burne Hogarth and Maurice Horn. Illustrated throughout from the original comics, printed in color. (Large folio) original decorative golden boards stamped in brown, lettered in blue, golden slipcase; housed in publisher's printed cardboard box. No.XXXVII of 2000 hand-numbered copies. First Edition.

Signed by Burne Hogarth on the limitation/title page. Classic collection of Sunday comic strips from the Tarzan series.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Some wear to outer box, a bit of light wear to slipcase with faint stain at bottom edge; volume fine.
 
Item number:
302780
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