THIS is the premier site for high-quality replica and facsimile dust-jackets for your Edgar Rice Burroughs collection. These jackets have been praised and added to collections all over the world.
Since 1999 I’ve been working to digitally restore and reconstruct the entire run of dust-jackets for all the Edgar Rice Burroughs first editions. My reconstruction of the A.C. McClurg Tarzan of the Apes dust-jacket is the only letterpress-printed facsimile of that piece and is printed on paper which matches the color and weight of the original first edition dust-jacket. It is a true art-quality replica of the highly sought after dust-jacket and comes complete with a notice of authentication. You can read more about it here.
I’ve finally finished the four titles that were published by Metropolitan Books from 1929 to 1931. Available now are Tarzan and the Lost Empire, Tanar of Pellucidar, Tarzan at the Earth's Core and A Fighting Man of Mars. The last was reconstructed from the original Metropolitan Books, Inc. color key proofs, supplied by the Burroughs Memorial Collection at the University of Louisville. This is the closest you'll ever come to an original dust-jacket for this book without spending hundreds of dollars.
Through October I'm working on the Macaulay Company first edition of The Girl From Hollywood.
The Art Prints page has been updated with my detailed restoration of the cover painting for Tarzan at the Earth's Core. This archival gicleé print is a full 24 by 17 inches on 68lb. Red River UltraPro Satin paper.
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