New York: Macmillian, 1914. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Orange cloth over boards, title stamped in brown onto spine, 8vo (7-3/8 inches tall), pp. [vi], 378,  ads. Volume with slight lean and light bumps to spine ends, a small crack to top edge of upper board and front hinge, scattered light soil to covers and a pencil erasure front paste down. An unrecorded variant binding, not found in BAL, Johnson, Woodbridge or Sisson, lacking the publisher's regular white, blue and gilt stamping. Noted only in Ahearn, 061a. Good Plus. Item #1220
A lover of the sea, London drew from his own experiences to write this novel, later adapted into film three times; an American silent version in 1920, a 1936 French adaptation Les mutinés de l'Elseneur and by the British in 1937. Ref. Woodbridge, 124; Sisson, p. 78; Wikipedia.
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