Popular Manual of Phrenology
London, George Philip and Son, 1860.
Duodecimo, 96 pages with 19 illustrations.
Half calf and marbled boards; leather a little rubbed and lightly worn at the extremities; tiny paper label at the foot of the spine; an excellent copy.
'George Fife Angas' is written in pencil on the front endpaper; we know this to be in a later secretarial hand, indicating that the book came originally from his personal library.
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