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Essays on Physiognomy, calculated to extend The Knowledge and the Love of Mankind. by  C. (translator) Moore - Hardcover - from Christison Rare Books, IOBA SABDA and Biblio.com

Essays on Physiognomy, calculated to extend The Knowledge and the Love of Mankind.

by Moore, C. (translator)

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(London, W. Locke, 1793 - 94). Written by The Rev. John Caspar Lavater, Citizen of Zurich. 3 volumes demy 8vo; soiled grained cloth over boards; bindings very poor in each case (boards detached or nearly so, backstrips loose or absent); gatherings of first volume have worked loose between lectures V and VI; pp. viii + 243, 388, 262; numerous plates throughout; pages generally show pronounced foxing. Poor condition; reading copies only. .
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  • Bookseller: Christison Rare Books, IOBA SABDA ZA (ZA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 1765
  • Title: Essays on Physiognomy, calculated to extend The Knowledge and the Love of Mankind.
  • Author: Moore, C. (translator)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: (London, W. Locke, 1793 - 94)
  • Keywords: Lavater. Physiognomy. Character. Portraiture. Engravings. Philosophy. Psychology. Ideas Philosophy
  • Bookseller catalogs: Philosophy;

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