TARZAN IN COLOR 18 SIGNED BY BURNE HOGARTH NUMBERED-SCARCE FN- Ist EDITION

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  • Sold Date: Jun 28, 2015
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TARZAN IN COLOR 18 SIGNED BY BURNE HOGARTH NUMBERED RARE & SUPERB ART SCARCE FIRST 1st AND ONLY PRINTING FN-SUN FADE ON COVER.

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THESE BOOKS HAVE BECOME VERY HARD TO FIND LIMITED EDITIONS ESPECIALLY THE EDITIONS 15A 15B DRAWN BY Rubimor (Ruben Moreira) THROUGH 18 ONLY 500 COPIES PRINTED [NOT REPRINTED] LARGE FORMAT 14 BY 11 INCHES

Binding: hardcover

Edition: First

Publisher: Flying Buttress Classics Library, New York, New York[

Hardcover, Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing NBM BOOKS

Date published: 1991-1996 First edition. Near Mint to Very fine dust jacket on all books . Reproductions of Tarzan comic strips that appeared in the Sunday newspapers various volumes from 1932 to 1950.

HAL [HAROLD] FOSTER
Hal Foster started his illustration and comics career, he held several jobs in Nova Scotia, from newspaper boy, woodchuck and hunting guide, to a stint as a gold prospector. In 1921, he finally chose to explore the fine arts, and cycled 1,000 miles from Manitoba to Chicago to study at the Chicago Art Institute, and later, at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Working as a successful illustrator, Foster was asked in 1928 to make 300 illustrations for the 'Tarzan' comics. Although Harold Foster hated the Tarzan character, he nevertheless
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