NY: Royal Giant Edition number 22, circa 1950. Unexpurgated. FIRST EDITION (see Grant). Pages are yellowed and slight rubbing to the covers; GOOD COPY, intact and free of marking. Small octavo. Mundy wrote a number of novels based on esoteric themes, both Eastern and ancient. He was a Theosophist, and.....
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New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1916). Text yellowing, but free of marking; binding firm; VERY GOOD+ cloth volume in chipped, repaired dust jacket. 395 pages. Octavo. One of the few Mundy novels made into a motion picture; this one starring Tyrone Power.
London: Hutchinson, no date. Very Good cloth copy, free of marking. Hard not to call this Mundy's best, though the "Nine Unknown" contends. 398 pages. Octavo.
New York: Burt & Company, 1924. Very Good or better hardcover with private library card and number. Internals clean, and free of marking. Hard not to call this Mundy's best, though the "Nine Unknown" contends. 398 pages. Octavo.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1929. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. A VERY GOOD OR BETTER CLOTH COPY. First appearance of Mundy's character, Tros of Samothrace, an initiate of the Mysteries. Octavo,