New York: R. Harold Paget, 1911. First Edition. Publisher’s wrappers; printed for copyright; small accession stamp on the copyright page; small dated stamp on the final blank; fine. Given that two copies were required for copyright, it is unlikely that more than a handful were printed. The story, “A Question of Passports,” was not collected in a book until 1919’s League of the Scarlet Pimpernel (issued in Britain by Cassell and in America by Doran.) The publisher was an editor and literary agent.