Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1928.
First edition. Octavo (7 3/8 x 4 7/8 inches; 186 x 125 mm). [viii],1-377, [1, blank] pp. With five inserted plates, including frontispiece.
Publisher’s full green cloth. Front board and spine stamped and lettered in black. Cloth lightly sunned at spine. Binding slightly skewed. In pictorial dust jacket. Jacket with a light crease in the spine. Lightly rubbed along extremities, but still about fine. Housed in a custom green cloth slipcase with the image from the dust jacket affixed to the front. Overall about fine.
"Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle is not just another chapter in the famous ape-man's thrilling career, it is by far greater than any other of the wonderful series of Tarzan stories. The name of Tarzan alone is a promise of thrills that has never disappointed a reader. In none of his celebrated books has Edgar Rice Burroughs equalled the charm and vivid sensational appeal of the exciting adventures that he has written into Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle. It is an epic of wilderness adventure, wholly unique and wholly delightful. Astounding, enthralling and matchless in interest are these latest exploits of Tarzan- the most original and fascinating character in modern fiction." (from back panel).
Heins. Zeuschner 681.