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Cheiro's Language of the Hand - 1910 -Signed Copy

£60.00

Product description

'Complete practical work on the sciences of cheirognomy and cheiromancy, containing the system, rules and experience of Cheiro'. Details of the system of reading hands as devised by Cheiro. Contains reproductions of various well known people's hand prints, includingSarah Bernhardt, Mark Twain, and W.E. Gladstone.

Hardback book in fair to good condition. Ends of spine and corners bumped. Wear along all edges and boards. Foxing on fore and bottom edges of text block and some pages. Hinges cracked. Front free endpaper missing. Repaired tear on back pastedown. Owner's ink inscription on front pastedown dated 1933 and ink dedication on back free endpaper dated 1918. Signed on frontispiece photograph.

Item details

Author(s):
Cheiro
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
Fourteenth edition, 1910
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
162
Publisher:
Nichols & Co.
Title:
Cheiro's Language of the Hand

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About this item

'Complete practical work on the sciences of cheirognomy and cheiromancy, containing the system, rules and experience of Cheiro'. Details of the system of reading hands as devised by Cheiro. Contains reproductions of various well known people's hand prints, includingSarah Bernhardt, Mark Twain, and W.E. Gladstone.

Hardback book in fair to good condition. Ends of spine and corners bumped. Wear along all edges and boards. Foxing on fore and bottom edges of text block and some pages. Hinges cracked. Front free endpaper missing. Repaired tear on back pastedown. Owner's ink inscription on front pastedown dated 1933 and ink dedication on back free endpaper dated 1918. Signed on frontispiece photograph.

Author(s):
Cheiro
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
Fourteenth edition, 1910
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
162
Publisher:
Nichols & Co.
Title:
Cheiro's Language of the Hand

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