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												Footprints of Fate: Through the Following of Which the Dread Veil of Futurity May be Lifted. (Arlington Edition) by None listed
	 - Hardcover
			 - 1860-01-01
		 - from Never Too Many Books (SKU: 20060064)

Footprints of Fate: Through the Following of Which the Dread Veil of Futurity May be Lifted. (Arlington Edition)

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Footprints of Fate: Through the Following of Which the Dread Veil of Futurity May be Lifted. (Arlington Edition)

by None listed

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Hurst & Co. (NY), 1860-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. (no date/ Circa 186? per world catalog) "A complete fortune teller and dream book. The secrets of witchcraft, magic, alchemy, necromancy, astrology, the occult arts, and modern spiritualism laid bare, dreams and their interpretations, oracular counsels, lucky numbers, and all species of devination as applied to successful fortune-telling." Previous owner's name to several places in books, page 5 with half erased note from previous owner in pencil about the theft of $1000s in book per month by second hand book dealer's dated 1899. Black or very dark blue cloth boards with blind stamping. h No Dust Jacket (as issued). Boards with wear, bumped at corners and spine ends with fraying. Dented at fore edge back and front. Dust soil/ toning to page edges. Pages with heavy toning but unmarked. Several pages have pieces missing at sides but does not interfere with text. Pages very brittle with age. Binding cracked with no separations. Hinges intact.

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Never Too Many Books US (US)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
20060064
Title
Footprints of Fate: Through the Following of Which the Dread Veil of Futurity May be Lifted. (Arlington Edition)
Author
None listed
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
second hand - Acceptable
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Hurst & Co. (NY)
Date Published
1860-01-01

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cracked
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