London, Hutchinson, n.d. [1931 per ads]. First Edition. First Impression. Hardback. A very good copy. Given the inferior quality binding and the sticker remnants on the spine, this is most likely a remainder from Hutchinson. "Arcadian lost race utopian fantasy" [Locke, Spectrum I:p51]. "Inside a mountain some travellers discover a country where the Pied Piper has led the children of Hamelin" [Gerber, p151]. This is likely the copy that Locke mentions in Spectrum II p134. The jacket has a few tears and chips, including one ragged one to the top edge. Spine tips are chipped and the spine is toned with remnants of a price sticker to the lower end. Folds a little chipped too. The book has some foxing, and a little edge wear. [7853, Hyraxia Books].