Hypnosis: Its Meaning and Practice; Psychical Experiences series

London: G. Bell & Sons, Ltd., 1938. First Edition. Hardcover. Small octavo. viii + 170pp. Original blue cloth with printed title labels to spine and upper cover, b&w illustrations, glossary. The first edition of this volume which explains in simple non-technical language the nature of Hypnotism and what can be done with it. The series subtitle: "Psychical Experiences Series" suggests that the subject is viewed from the perspective of psychical research. From the collection of Dr. M. H. Coleman, with his ex-libris blind seal on first leaf. Covers lightly rubbed at spine ends, edges and corners. Page edges darkened, endpapers unevenly browned, pages toned. Unmarked. Overall a tight clean VG+ copy in VG dust jacket. (Dust jacket a bit rubbed at edges, darkening to spine, foxing & small tape repair on reverse). Publisher's series subscription card loosely inserted at front. Item #61477


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