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London: Kegan Paul, 1934. Translated with an Introduction by M. Black. 101pp. 16mo, red cloth-backed boards (top corners lightly bumped; owner's signature inside front cover and endpaper). London: Keagan Paul, 1934. A very good(+) copy of this scarce and important book. Psyche Miniatures, General Series No. 63.
New York: Macmillan, 1973. 433 pages. thick 8vo, pink cloth, dust wrapper (price clipped and quite chipped at the both ends of spine) New York: Macmillan, (1973). A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. The twentieth century intellectual - artist, writer, educator, scientist - and his affections for the disaffections with Communism.
Amsterdam: Elzevir, 1662. Beautifully engraved extra title page; printer's device on title page, and some decorative woodcut initials and ornaments throughout. , 622, 8 pages. Thick 12mo, attractively bound in simple full black morocco with ornate gilt-stamped inner dentelles; marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Amsterdam: Louys & Daniel Elzevier, 1662. The 4th Elzevier edition. Front endpaper lacking, else a near fine, clean copy. The magnum opus of Charron, who is known as the founder of modern secularism. -- Willems 1281;.....
Paris: Fuge, 1642. 802 pages + Table des Matieres; engraved title page. Short thick 8vo, old vellum. Paris: Fuge (Feuge), 1642. Derniere Edition. Bound in, with separate pagination and title page: Traicte De Sagesse...Plus quleques discours Chretiens du mesme Autheur, qui ont este trouvez apres son deceds. Feuge, 1642 In the same pagination is a separate title page: Diocurs Chrestien sur la benediction par Isaac a Jacob...1832. This last section is chewed at the margins, with no loss of text.....
Saint Paul: Privately Printed, 1921. Illustrated with 33 images of representative head types and 1 folding chart at rear; cleanly split at fold. 55; 46; 24; 54; 67 pages. Short 8vo, gray library cloth. (Saint Paul MN: Privately printed, 1921). First edition. Woodpulp paper is toned and somewhat brittle, still a near fine copy of this very scarce book on Phrenology. OCLC lists no copies.