Recent customer comments -

August 2017

- With this last order, your dust jackets are now covering around 100 of my Burroughs and Tom Swift books.  All of the jackets in this order were as
ordered and the extra Cave Girl cover you added was especially nice. Thanks for the service you provide and a job well done.

- The dust-jackets for TARZAN AT THE EARTH'S CORE and THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT arrived and look great! Many thanks for resizing your dust
jackets to fit my Canaveral Press editions, they ALL look fantastic. I am extremely pleased with your variant dust-jackets and your willingness to
resize them.

July 2017

-
[A customer in England mentioned in an email, that although his facsimile for The Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County was beautiful, the fit on the book seemed
small. In response I corrected my printer settings which I thought might be the problem, reprinted the jacket, and mailed it as soon as I could. His response follows.]
 Sorry, I've not been in touch sooner; I've just returned home from the family summer holiday to find a replacement DJ for Deputy Sheriff waiting
for me. I feel a bit guilty about it as it really wasn't necessary for you to go to the trouble and expense of doing this; I was very happy with the
original DJ and as I stated [in my first email] I wasn't complaining, simply feeding back.
 However, the replacement jacket is now absolutely perfect. There is no doubt it is a better fit than the original one that you sent. A beautiful job!  I
cannot fault you on customer service here. You clearly take a pride in providing the best possible jackets that you can. Rest assured that when I
am ready for my next facsimile jacket you will hear from me! Thank you once again for all you have done to make me completely satisfied, which I am.

- My latest order of your terrific dust jackets arrived today.  When I open the package I feel like a kid on Christmas morning.  The quality is
excellent.  My [A. L. Burt] copy of
The Return of Tarzan has the original dust jacket, but it is so faded and ragged that the title on the spine was
unreadable.  When I put your dust jacket next to my original I can finally see the beauty of it.  I took my DJ off and put yours on my book (which is in
really nice condition) and it just Zings now.  I took my copy and slipped it into the Mylar package you use in shipping and it now lays safe, flat and
out of the light in my sock drawer.

- I have no idea how long you worked perfecting you method of packaging your great dust jackets.  All my life I’ve been a problem solver.  I look at
something and my thoughts go to “how could I do this better?”  I look at your packaging and the only thing I can come up with is to have the
Playmate  of the Month deliver it.  As for the dust jackets themselves, they are terrific.  In my book they are as good as the original jacket and at a
much more affordable price.
I have at least twenty-five books left in my collection that need your dust jackets.  I’ve been ordering four at a time and when my new order arrived
I got to thinking.  “Why not go ahead and order them all at one shot?  I have the money.  One shot and I could put my entire collection in order”.  My
answer was that I’d have nothing left to do with my ERB books.  Re-read them again, but I’ll do that, jackets or no jackets.  The fun I’m getting
looking at my books, deciding which books to get jackets this time and then waiting for them and finally opening the package and there they are,
that is the best fun I’ve had with my books in a long time.  So, I’ll be placing another order for four dust jackets shortly and after they arrive another
order for four until I’ve run out of books to cover.
Thank you again for the wonderful jackets and great packaging/shipping.  I’m looking into The Burroughs Bibliophiles information you sent me.  
Thanks for that too

- Yes, the SAVAGE PELLUCIDAR dust-jackets have arrived and look fantastic! I am very pleased with your dust-jacket designs and was pleasantly
surprised to find the Canaveral variant, that was very kind of you. The ACE and Canaveral variants are quite nice and will make up a unique looking
set. I will be ordering more dust-jackets from you. My order and your kindness have surpassed any expectations I may have had. Kudos to you sir.

- I just placed another order for some of your great dust jackets.  On your website you have a lot of good information there.  I read over your
information on the dust jacket for
A Girl from Hollywood and I think the one I ordered will be close to the original jacket.  No where else have had as
much good information as you provided on that book.  A lot of the early ERB books I have in my collection came from a “dealer” whos place of
business was his garage and the back of his car.  I found the price penciled in showing that I paid $3.50 for this “scarce” book.  My
Cave Girl was
$12.50.  My sister-in-law gave me a half-dozen Burroughs books that had been in a box of family books.  Four in really good shape but
The Master
Mind of Mars
and The Land That Time Forgot are in really rough shape.  With your DJ’s I can now bring them out of the closet and display them
with pride.
Dealing with you has awakened my interest in ERB again.  In looking over my book collection I’m finding out all sorts of things.  I have three of the
1948 books with what looks like smoke damage along the bottom of them.  Not much, but it is there.  I have only one book that was printed during
WWII and the pages are very yellow/brown and brittle.  It’s one I’ll be replacing soon.  My copy of
Synthetic Men of Mars is a cut-down ex-library
re-bound book.  I found a nice one on eBay with dust jacket (your illustration showed me that the red circle in the lower right-hand corner makes
it a 1948 copy).  I have several ex-library books which I’ll replace in time.  But in the meantime, I have lots and lots of my books that need DJ’s so
just to let you know you’ll be hearing from me a lot.

June 2017

- They arrived today in great shape.  I take my hat off to you on the packaging.  At long last my
Tarzan of the Apes has a wonderful DJ.  The fit is
perfect.  The DJ’s on the three Mars books are just great . . . I always loved Roy Krenkel and always felt that he captured the spirit of the book he
illustrated.  I have a copy of The Moon Maid by A.C. McClurg & Co. (blue with black lettering).  At sometime in the future I’ll buy a McClurg DJ but
until then I’m really pleased with the variant you sent me.  

- Your alternate DJs are amazing!  They're all great, but I especially like the alternates you did of OUTLAW OF TORN, SKELETON MEN OF JUPITER,
MAID OF MARS, AT THE EARTH'S CORE (Modest Stein painting), and THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT (Popular Mechanics illo). They're all really quite
nice.  I'll be looking for more to get!

- My dust jackets arrived today.  Your packaging was great.  They went on my books with no problem.  The
Thuvia, Maid of Mars dust jacket is
greatly appreciated.  I have about fifty Burroughs books in my collection.  Probably half of them I was able to purchase for twenty-five cents each.  
Then came along the librarian and the price for the rest went up, and up.  I was always more interested in his Mars books.  What I plan on doing is
going through my collection and getting one of your great dust jackets for all.
I could not be more pleased with your dust jackets.  The quality and pricing is fantastic.  I guarantee you will be hearing from me again, and
again.

May 2017

- I received my order on Monday. They look great on my books. . . I’m very pleased with the quality of your DJs. . . P.S. Thanks very much for
including the jacket for At The Earth’s Core. Now I will be on the hunt for a book to put it on.

- You do good work for a reasonable price.  Thanks for the bonus cover, I truly appreciate it. . . I am a science fiction geek.  I have a huge library of
science fiction books, first editions and reprints collected over the past thirty years.  Most of my collection was acquired at estate sales and rare
book stores (those that are left).  Once in a while, I will find something at an antique store.  I’ll buy anything that is in the genre, but I go nuts over
Asimov, EE Smith, Heinlein, John W Campbell, Clarke.  I am a big fan of Burroughs’ science fiction books.
Which is what brought me to you. Maybe fifteen years ago, I bought a Burroughs’ sci fi lot which had a bunch of Tarzan books mixed in.  None had
covers so I just put them in a box and stored them in my basement.  Last week I just happened upon that box and pulled three books out.  I did the
research on them and found your site.  So I thought I would cover them and add them to my shelves.  They look great.  I have a couple more that I
just pulled out of another box, so I will be ordering those as well.  And since I have now added the Tarzan series to my list of “buy on sight”, I will
be ordering the covers more often.

-Thank you very much for the DJs I received on the 19th.  They arrived in excellent condition, and I could hardly wait to wrap them around my
books.  They fit perfectly, and look beautiful!  I could not be more pleased!  I also wish to thank you for the bonus DJ for THE MAD KING.  I've been a
Frazetta fan ever since I bought the ACE edition of TARZAN AND THE LOST EMPIRE.  Thank you again, and I expect to be ordering more DJs soon.


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ALPHABETICAL listing - Click on the blue print to
go to the correct page for that title.
NOTE: For authors other than ERB go to "Other
Authors" tab on the navigation bar.

Anthology - EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS: The
Master of Pulp Storytelling
First Edition

APACHE DEVIL
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap

AT THE EARTH'S CORE
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant- Canaveral Press
Variant - G&D Stein art
Canaveral Press

BACK TO THE STONE AGE
First Edition
Canaveral Edition
Variant - ERB Inc first edition
Variant-Canaveral Press


THE BANDIT OF HELL'S BEND
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
G&D Variant
Methuen
McClurg first edition

THE BEASTS OF TARZAN
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
A. L. Burt
Madison Square Editions

CARSON OF VENUS
First Edition
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Variant - Canaveral Press
Canaveral Press
Frazetta illo

THE CAVE  GIRL
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Canaveral Press Edition
Variant-McClurg or G&D

THE CHESSMEN OF MARS
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint

THE DEPUTY SHERIFF OF COMANCHE COUNTY
First Edition

ESCAPE ON VENUS
First Edition
Variant - Canaveral Press
Canaveral Press
Krenkel illo

THE ETERNAL LOVER
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
McClurg first edition

A FIGHTING MAN OF MARS
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Variant - G&D-ERB Inc.
Variant - Hartley Variant
Variant - Vaclav Cutta

THE GIRL FROM HOLLYWOOD
First Edition
Macauley Reprints
Variant - G.W. Moss

THE GODS OF MARS
First Edition
Canaveral Press
Variant - Jesse Marsh
Variant - Vaclav Cutta
Methuen editions

I AM A BARBARIAN
First Edition

JOHN CARTER OF MARS
First Edition
Canaveral Press
Variant-J.AllenSt.John

JUNGLE GIRL
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant- G&D -Herndon
Variant - G&D - Krenkel

JUNGLE TALES OF TARZAN
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
G&D Boys & Girls Series
Madison Square Editions

THE LAD AND THE LION
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant-Canaveral Press
Canaveral Press Edition

LAND OF TERROR
First Edition
Canaveral Press

THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Canaveral Press Edition
St John Variant
Graham Hyde Variant
Vaclav Cutta Variant
Methuen
Frank R.Paul Variant

LLANA OF GATHOL
First Edition
Variant - St. John art

LOST ON VENUS
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Variant - Canaveral Press
Canaveral Press
Methuen edition
Frazetta illo

THE MAD KING
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant

MARCIA OF THE DOORSTEP
First Edition

THE MASTER MIND OF MARS
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Variant - G&D
Methuen

THE MONSTER MEN
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant - Canaveral Press
Canaveral Press

THE MOON MAID
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
JCB Variant

THE MOON MEN (aka THE MOON MAID)
Canaveral Press

THE MUCKER
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant - St. John illo
Variant - Sotec illo
Canaveral Press  

The Oakdale Affair and The Rider
First Edition

THE OUTLAW OF TORN
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Methuen
Variant-Pinnacle

PELLUCIDAR
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant - Canaveral Press
Canaveral Press
Methuen

Pirates of Venus
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. '48 Reprint
Canaveral Variant
Canaveral Press
Krenkel illo

A PRINCESS OF MARS
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Methuen Reprint 1952
G&D Varianrt Cutta

THE RETURN OF TARZAN
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
A. L. Burt
G&D Boys & Girls Series
Madison Square Editions
Movie Poster art
Methuen

SAVAGE PELLUCIDAR
First Edition
Canaveral Edition

THE SON OF TARZAN
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
A. L. Burt
Madison Square Editions
Variant Movie Poster
Methuen

SWORDS OF MARS
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint

SYNTHETIC MEN OF MARS
First Edition
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint

TALES OF THREE PLANETS
First Edition
Canaveral Edition

TANAR OF PELLUCIDAR
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant - G&D and Canaveral Press
Canaveral Press

TARZAN AND THE ANT MEN
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
G&D - Boys and Girls Series
Madison Square Editions
Counter Card variant

TARZAN AND THE CASTAWAYS
First Edition

TARZAN AND THE CITY OF GOLD
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Whitman
The Bodley Head

TARZAN AND THE FORBIDDEN CITY
First Edition
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Whitman edition

TARZAN AND THE FOREIGN LEGION
First Edition
Variant- Pinnacle

TARZAN AND THE GOLDEN LION
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
Variant - G&D
G&D - Boys and Girls Series
Madison Square Editions
Madison Square Editions

TARZAN AND THE JEWELS OF OPAR
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
A. L. Burt
G&D Boys & Girls Series
Madison Square Editions
Variant-Monahan
Methuen

TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD MEN
First Edition
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint

TARZAN AND THE LION MAN
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Variant - ERB Inc and G&D
Variant - G&D Ray Dean

TARZAN AND THE LOST EMPIRE
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Variant - Frazetta

TARZAN AND THE MADMAN
First Edition

TARZAN AND THE TARZAN TWINS
Canaveral Press
Volland First Edition

TARZAN AT THE EARTH'S CORE
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Canaveral Edition
Variants
Frank Frazetta (Alternate)

TARZAN, LORD OF JUNGLE
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
G&D - Boys and Girls Series
Madison Square Editions

TARZAN OF THE APES
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
G&D Boys & Girls Series
Madison Square Editions
Movie Poster Art DJ
Movie Poster art #2
Movie Poster art #3

TARZAN THE INVINCIBLE
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint

TARZAN: THE LOST ADVENTURE
First Edition

TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENT
First Edition
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint

TARZAN'S QUEST
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Methuen

THE TARZAN TWINS
First Edition
Volland First Edition

TARZAN THE TERRIBLE
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
G&D Boys & Girls Series
Madison Square Editions

TARZAN THE UNTAMED
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
G&D Boys & Girls Series
Madison Square Editions

TARZAN TRIUMPHANT
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Variant - G&D

THUVIA, MAID OF MARS
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
Variant - StJohn
Variant - Krenkel

THE WAR CHIEF
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap

THE WARLORD OF MARS
First Edition
Grosset&Dunlap
ERB Inc. ‘48 Reprint
ABOUT THIS SITE
The primary purpose of this site is, of course, to sell facsimile and variant dust jackets for the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs (often aka ERB
throughout this site).  However, I've also tried to create a colorful, interesting site that also informs the visitor about the life, works, illustrators,
publishing, and collecting of ERB.  Scattered throughout the site you'll find information blocks like the one on the right below about ERB in
WWII that highlight some aspect of the world of ERB.  I hope I have succeeded in making the site as enjoyable as possible.  
                                                                                                                                                    Thanks,
                                                                                                                                                     Charlie  
Ray Bradbury has written that “Burroughs . . .  probably changed more destinies than any other writer in
America.”  Hyberbole aside, no one doubts that he is one of  the most widely read and influential writers of
the Twentieth Century, inspiring people as diverse as Carl Sagan, Jane Goodall, Robert Heinlein, Arthur C.
Clarke, Gore Vidal, George Lucas, Ray Bradbury, Ronald Reagan. . . and worldwide, millions more.
Edgar Rice Burroughs - 1940
Edgar Rice Burroughs was too old to see active
service in World War II ~ he was 66 at the time of
the Pearl Harbor attack [which he witnessed] ~ but
as an established writer he served the war effort
by becoming a war correspondent. He was the
oldest war correspondent to serve in the Pacific
theater, flying from island to island (even bumping
into his son Hulbert, who was serving as a war
photographer), reporting on troop activities,  going
out on bombing runs with the 7th Air Force.

Burroughs would not come out of this period in his
life unscathed.  For a man his age the stresses and
strains of travel in rough conditions on military
flights and various warships, living in often poor,
tropical conditions, weakened him and worsened a
chronic heart condition.  In poor health, he
returned home where he died in his bed reading
the Sunday comics in 1950.
Edgar Rice Burroughs (September 1, 1875 – March 19, 1950)  is the
successful author of more than 75 novels, the most famous being his series
of Tarzan novels.    
An admitted ne'er-do-well, failing in any job he tried, Burroughs turned to
writing in his thirties in a desperate belief that he couldn't do any worse than
others he had read.  For the rest of his life, year after year, with only a four
year break for WWII, he would turn out pot-boilers at a phenomenal rate and
in the process create some of the most beloved and enduring works of
adventure, fantasy and science fiction written anywhere on the planet. His
third book brought to the world the most familiar and popular character in all
of fiction, Tarzan of the Apes.
Readers of all types and all occupations have affirmed Burroughs’ influence
on them, particularly in their formative, adolescent years.   In this context it
is difficult to overstate the influence of Burroughs' books. Until recently if
you read science-fiction when you were young, then you read Burroughs.  
Within science fiction, Burroughs’ writing is a part of the genre's roots, and
few modern SF authors, and many non-SF, can claim that they have not been
influenced by Burroughs to a greater or lesser degree.  
erbgraphics.com - Dust Jackets for the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs   
This site's purpose is to provide facsimile copies of dust jackets for the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs, the master of the adventure novel, at an affordable price for as high a quality as I can
produce to the millions of readers and collectors who love a good story well told.
For complete information about
ordering this book, go
here.
NEW ON THE SITE: Variant DJ for a Canaveral edition of Tarzan at the Earth's Core using an illustration by Frank Hoban
Public domain illustrations. For info on purchasing this facsimile see HERE.