Publisher, Putnam, New York 1924. First edition. pp.28 + 456. With many plates and text illustrations.
Hardback, 1/4 bound Lge octavo, in brown bookcloth with grey/brown paper, with gilt lettering to spine and front board.
Condition, spine worn at head and tail with small shelf-label on spine. Lib. number on dedication leaf.
A study into the origin and significance of symbols which have been found in all civilisations, such as the cross, the circle, the serpent, the triangle, the tree of life, the swastika, and other solar emblems, showing the unity and simplicity of thought underlying their use as religious symbols.