London, Roxburghe Press, n.d. [1896 Ox]. First Edition. First Impression. Lost Race. An uncommon title. Not in Blieler, in Locke [vI, p227]. Three short novels, one of which involves Atlantis (that old chestnut). According to Locke, this is likely the only of Wallace's books published in book form, though he did write other fantasy novels. The Roxburghe Press published unusual volumes, this being one of them, and generally to a high quality. Each publication was limited to 100 copies at the turn of the previous century. A near fine copy with gentle wear to the boards, some toning to the spine, prelims a little foxed and some pencil notes. Rough cut foreedge with some wear. [5939, Hyraxia Books].