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Phrenology - How to use it in analysing character - Nicholas Morgan Longmans 1st Edit 1871

£75.00

Product description

A rare chance to pick up a first edition [1871] of this work by Nicholas Morgan [ not currently available on ABE, Bookfinder Amazon ]
An attractive purple cloth hardback with gilt monocular engraving on front board
Boards are in good condition with engraved marking still visible but beginning to show their age. Spine is faded and has a split that runs down the left side of the front board. It is nevertheless intact
Pages are intact and tight with no evidence of browning to edges.
Illustrated with steel engraving. There is a nice tissue protected illustration of the author at the commencement of the publication
There is a small owner inscription on frontispiece and a very small sellers stamp on rear board - neither detract from the quality on offer

Item details

Author(s):
Nicholas Morgan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13 x 19 x 3 cm
Edition:
First 1871
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
364
Publisher:
Longmans

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About this item

A rare chance to pick up a first edition [1871] of this work by Nicholas Morgan [ not currently available on ABE, Bookfinder Amazon ]
An attractive purple cloth hardback with gilt monocular engraving on front board
Boards are in good condition with engraved marking still visible but beginning to show their age. Spine is faded and has a split that runs down the left side of the front board. It is nevertheless intact
Pages are intact and tight with no evidence of browning to edges.
Illustrated with steel engraving. There is a nice tissue protected illustration of the author at the commencement of the publication
There is a small owner inscription on frontispiece and a very small sellers stamp on rear board - neither detract from the quality on offer

Author(s):
Nicholas Morgan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13 x 19 x 3 cm
Edition:
First 1871
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
364
Publisher:
Longmans

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