London: The Fanfrolico Press, 1930. Limited Edition. Slender hardcover; unpaginated (40pp); sea green cloth covered boards with gilt motif of man shouldering a gun on the top board and title lettered in gilt on spine.
Spine darkened and with abrasions to the head and tail; corners bumped; light foxing to first and last leaves; numbered and SIGNED by Philip Lindsay at the limitation page; INSCRIBED from Philip Lindsay to Marcus Boss on f.f.e.p. and dated 27/8/ '30. Item #1579
No. 171 of 450, This was the fourth book printed by the Fanfrolico Press and the first authored by Philip Lindsay. It was in fact his first novel, and carried forward the theme of piracy that had obsessed the Lindsay family since the 1890s (ADB online). Includes a "poem panygeric" by Jack Lindsay and portraits by Raymond Lindsay.