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  • Land Of Terror [signed By Artist], Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • Land Of Terror [signed By Artist], Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • Land Of Terror [signed By Artist], Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • Land Of Terror [signed By Artist], Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • Land Of Terror [signed By Artist], Edgar Rice Burroughs

Author Name    Edgar Rice Burroughs

Title   Land Of Terror [signed By Artist]

Binding   Cloth

Book Condition   Fine in Fine dust jacket

Edition   1st; 1st

Publisher    Canaveral Press, 1963

Illustrator   Illustrated by Krenkel

Seller ID   38444

b/w; 8vo. Fine in Fine DJ. Provenance- Brammer Sci-Fi Collection. Exceptional copy. With 3.50 flap price. Blank end papers. Flat-signed by Roy Krenkel, artist on first blank. ; Signed by Artist

Price = 211.50 USD


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