Tales of Hearsay. With A Preface by R. B. Cunninghame Graham - Joseph Conrad 1925 - T. Fisher Unwin Ltd, London - First Edition A posthumous collection of four stories:-

The Warrior's Soul - Set during the time of Waterloo and Napoleon’s Russian campaign.

Prince Roman - Based on the life of Polish aristocrat Prince Roman Stanisław Sanguszko [1800-81], who fought in both the Russian and Polish army.

The Tale
- Conrad’s only story about World War I.

The Black Mate
- Narrates the relationship between the ‘Black Mate’ Winston Bunter and the Saphire’s Captain Johns, begining with the boat loading supplies in London through to heavy storms of the Cape, and Bunter’s return to England.
  References: Keating, Conrad Memorial Library, 193. Bleiler Checklist of Fantastic Literature 120. Smith, Joseph Conrad: A Bibliographical Catalogue, 27.

pp. 288. In publisher’s green cloth, lettered in gilt to spine and front board. Dust jacket priced 7/6 NET to spine.
  Condition: Near fine, offset to free endpapers and light foxing to block, in very good minus jacket, with remnants of tape repair to verso and two large closed tears to lower edge.   Ref: 102920   Price: HK$ 1,500