Presented is a first edition of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ 18th thrilling Tarzan novel, a tale of ivory poachers and the forbidden domain of the Leopard Men. This book is inscribed and signed by the author Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Tarzan and the Leopard Men was first published as a six part serial in The Blue Book Magazine, for the August, September, October, November, and December 1932 issues, concluding in the January 1933 issue. The first edition book was later published in 1935 by Burroughs Inc. and featured a dust jacket design and in-book illustrations by J. Allen St. John.
“Edgar Rice Burroughs… has probably changed more destinies than any other writer in American history” (Greetings). It would be in his adventurous tales of Tarzan that Burroughs became most well-known, evidenced by Tarzan and the Leopard Man, his 18th Tarzan novel.
Very good condition. Stated “First Edition,” with four full-page black-and-white illustrations and a facsimile color dust jacket by J. Allen St. John. Octavo printing, original blue cloth boards. The book is housed in a custom leather and cloth clamshell.
Dimensions (with clamshell): 9 7/8"H x 6 1/4"W x 2 1/8"D
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