London: Chapman & Hall, 1930. First Edition. "A group of immortals survive the sinking of Atlantis and live until the present day, witnessing many significant events in world history" (Barron 3-142. Fantasy Literature: A Reader's Guide). An elusive lost-race novel, particularly in dustjacket. OCLC notes a scant 12 holdings - only half of these in the U.S. Locke (A Spectrum of Fantasy, Vol.1), p.86. Item #4083
First Impression. Octavo (19.5cm); orange cloth, with titling and ruled border stamped in black on spine and front cover; dustjacket; [iv],266,pp. Light wear to extremities, text edges slighly dusty with scattered foxing, with gentle sunning to base of spine and light offsetting to endpapers; Very Good+. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced 7/6 net), lightly shelfworn and gently spine-sunned, with several short tears, a few shallow losses at spine ends, and some grubbiness to rear panel; Very Good or better. Provenance: From the collection of Spectrum of Fantasy author George Locke.