ERB Firsts Title
MARS (1-6) MARS (7-11) PELLUCIDAR (1-6) VENUS (1-5)
1 A Princess of Mars 7 A Fighting Man of Mars 1 At the Earths Core 1 Pirates of Venus
2 The Gods of Mars 8 Swords of Mars 2 Pellucidar 2 Lost on Venus
3 The Warlord of Mars 9 Synthetic Men of Mars 3 Tanar of Pellucidar 3 Carson of Venus
4 Thuvia, Maid of Mars 10 Llana of Gathol 4 Back to the Stone Age 4 Escape on Venus
5 The Chessmen of Mars 11 John Carter of Mars 5 Land of Terror 5 Tales of Three Planets
6 The Master Mind of Mars 6 Savage Pellucidar

A Princess of Mars

This is the first book Edgar Rice Burroughs ever wrote for publication. Though it was published by All-Story magazine in 1911, it wasn't published in hardback until Oct. 10, 1917 by A.C. McClurg & Co. They only printed this title one time, so any book bearing their name on the spine is a first edition. The binding is dark brown and the lettering is orange. Frank E. Schoonover illustrated the dust jacket and five interior drawings. A total of 10,200 copies were printed.

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NOTES: Auction sales tracking began on Jan. 1st, 2003.