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Berlin: Chryfelius, 1923. 23 hand colored original lithographs, each signed in pencil by the artist, Walter Wellenstein. 44 pages of text printed in gothic script, tall slim 4to, 3/4 vellum backed boards, spine slightly soiled. Berlin: Chryfelius & Schulz, 1923. Limited Edition. One of 200 numbered copies signed by the artist.
Stuttgart: Strecter, 1908. Eine Darstellung Volksmedizinischer Sitten und Gebrauche, Anschauungen und Heilfaktoren, des Aberglaubens und der Zaubermedizin. Two volumes, 245 text illustrations and 13 plates, 8vo, 1/2 calf; rubbed, spine ends chipped, bookplate inside front cover. Stuttgart: Strecter, 1908.
, 177pp. 8vo, original cloth; (ex-lib, unopened, tear in margin of one page, head of spine worn). London: Longman, 1863. First Edition in English. Author previously served as secretary to the American Mission to the Court of Prussia. He wrote this work in response to some German views against the Union fighting the Confederacy in the American Civil War.