Published by Chatto and Windus, London, 1877
With additions of Sir Henry Ellis; An Entirely New and Revised Edition with numerous illustrations; 7.25" x 5"; Fully leather bound with ornate gilt tooling and titles on the spine with raised bands and School emblem on the cover; Marbled end papers and page edges; School prize winning inscription dated 1877; Frontis illustration with facing tissue; xvi, 807 pages. Some wear to edges and corers and raised bands and a spot near the foot of the spine; Otherwise very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 29355
Published by Privately Printed, Madison, 1910
First edition. Inscribed by the author; 74 pages plus 7 pages of ads. Cloth bound in very good condition; Light wear to edges and corners; A few pages creased at the corner.
Seller Inventory # 29352
Published by G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1882
First edition. 6.75" x 5" redish brown cloth over flexible card covers; Frontis diagram with facing tissue; xx, 112 pages. Cloth bound in very good condition; Light wear to edges; Seams slightly cracked inside each cover but binding firm.
Seller Inventory # 29354
Published by B.M. Pickering, London, 1879
First edition. Limited to 150 copies; 7" x 5" half leather bound with gilt rules and emblems on the spine and raised bandsGilt leather edge rules on the covers and marbled page edges; 488 pages. Wear to spine ends, raised bands and board corners; Remains of marking ribbon at head of spine; Bit of rippling to cloth of front board; Otherwise very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 29353
Published by Volker Huber & H & R Magic Books, Offenbach & Spring TX, 2003
First Edition Signed
First edition. Flichbuch (text in German) is numbered and signed limited edition of 1000 copies; Text is oriented in opposite direction from images; Images make a flip, or flicker book; 18 pages of text with 40 images; Fresh Breath on the Blow Book: A Companion Volume to Horst Antes' Flichbuch is by Volker Huber and is translated into Enlish by Ariel Frailich, Richard Hatch and Sharon and Arno Ziesnitz; 40 pages with pictures of historic blow books; The limitation of Fresh Breath . is unstated but assume it is considerably smalled than 1000 copies; Both are cloth bound and housed in a white slipcase. Cloth bound in fine condition; Slipcase has some mild rubbing and soil.
Seller Inventory # 29351
Published by Scribners, New York, 1938
First edition. Inscribed by the author; x, 342 pages. Hardbound in very good condition in a very good dust jacket; Modest wear to cloth and jacket; Modst toning to end papers.
Seller Inventory # 29349
Published by Privately Printed, Calgary, 1993
First Edition Signed
First edition. Signed and numbered limited edition of 150 copies; pp. lxxxii, 314, lxxxiii - cxxvi; Many black-and-white illustrations and 12 color photogaphs pasted in; Wrap around cloth binding with ribbon tie. Cloth bound in very good condition; Short tear to rear edge fold.
Seller Inventory # 29348
Published by Thumbprint, Devon, 2003
First Edition Signed
Condition: Cloth bound in fine condition. First edition. Signed and numbered limited edition of 200 copies; xiii, 327 pages; Printed card cover bound in giving the impression it was originally a paperback.
Seller Inventory # 29350
Published by Thomas H. Revell, New York, 1914
First edition. Inscribed by the author; From tejh library of magician Josepch Dunninger with his marginal notes; Newspaper pictures of the Indian Juggernaut celebration pasted to both end papers; Fifteen black-and-white plates; 319 pages. Cloth bound in very good condition; Seam cracked at rear cover.
Seller Inventory # 29347
Published by Dial Press, New York, 1929
First US edition. Former dealer note laid in stating this is from the library of magician Joseph Dunninger; Cheaply rebound with paper spine label pasted on; xiii, 345 pages. Cloth bound in good condition; Lavender dampstaining to multiple pages at corners and edges, but not affecting text; Seams cracked in a few places;.
Seller Inventory # 29346
Published by J. & J. Harper, New York, 1833
Harper's Family Library No. LIX; Stereotype Edition; Illstustrated with endgravings; Bookplate of magician Joseph Dunninger on front pastedown; 6.25" x 4" bound in light weight printed cloth; xv, 442 pages plus six pages of ads. Cloth bound in good condition; Foxing to end papers, lightly in text block, which is somewhat rippled; One sheet, four page in Preface loose; Some loss to cloth at head of spine and a tear and loss to cloth at middle of spine.
Seller Inventory # 29345
Published by Hamilton, Adams & Co, London, 1884
First edition thus. Originally part of Law's "Memorialls" published in 1819; 268 pages plus 4 pages of ads. Cloth bound in very good condition; Paper spine label somewhat shipped.
Seller Inventory # 29338
Published by A.S. Barnes, 1979
First edition. From the Milbourne Christopher Collection with label to this affect pasted in and his name written at foor of endpaper; 189 pages. Hardbound in very good condition in a very good dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 29334
Published by The Mystic Press, London, 1965
353 pages. Cloth bound in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 29335
Published by Funk & Wagnalls, New York, 1910
First edition. Transted by Rene Jacques Tubeuf; Preface by Emile Faguet; Bookplate of Smith Ely Jelliffe on paste-down and his signature on title page (Autopen?); X-Library of Medical Library of the Hartford Retreat which purchased most of Jelliffe's psychiatric book collection in 1942 (wikipedia); xxii, , 387 pages. Cloth bound in near very good condition; Wear to spine ends; library number on spine, blind-stamp on title page and card pocket at rear.
Seller Inventory # 29341
Published by Jouvet et Cie, Paris, 1893
First edition. Original wraps bound in red cloth for the Dunninger Collection with Joseph Dunninger's bookplate and signature on paste-down, along with Houdini's Ex Libris bookplate of verso of original cover; Illustré de Soixante-Huit Gravures; 214 pages plus 10 pages of ads. Cloth bound in very good condition except that both original card covers are loose.
Seller Inventory # 29344
Published by Richard Bentley, London, 1846
First edition. tranbslated, with notes illustrative, explanatory, and critical by Anthony Todd Thomson; Two volumes bound in one; Volume II missing title page; pp. xli, 356, ix, 387; Owner bland-stamp of Adam Crabtree. Cloth bound in very good condition; Small piece of upper corner and several following pages, missing; Seam cracked at start of Volume II.
Seller Inventory # 29342
Published by George Allen, London, 1913
Second edition. Red cloth binding for the Dunninger Collection with bookplate of magician Joseph Dunninger; 19 full page illustrations, 10 in color, 3 fold-out, and 175 in text illustrations; xxvii, 501 pages; Paper booklet in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 29343
Published by Tinsley Brothers, London, 1875
First edition. 406 pages. Cloth bound in fair to good condition; Spine ends quite worn; Rear board mostly loose; Contents clean and sound.
Seller Inventory # 29336
Published by Nostradamus, Jericho, NY, 1978
vi, 350 pages. Hardbound in very good condition in good dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 29339
Published by Methuen, London, 1891
Second printing with a new title. Bookplate from IBM Marlo Library; 372 pages. Cloth bound in fair condition; Spine cover quite worn and torn with some pieces missing; Seams cracked.
Seller Inventory # 29337
Published by University Books, New Hyde Park, 1963
343 pages. Cloth bound in near very good condition; Board corners worn.
Seller Inventory # 29333
Published by Random House, New York, 1976
First edition. Milbourne Christopher Collection label pasted in; 330 pages. An American's lively personal exploration into the lives, teachings, methods and mental powers of the swamis of India. Hardbound in very good condition in a very good dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 1693
Published by Viking Arkana, New York, 1992
First printing of this edition. Revised translation based on the French edition; 1,135 pages. Hardbound in very good condition in a very good dust jacket; Page edges somewhat soiled.
Seller Inventory # 9427
Published by Indications Press, New York, 2022
Condition: Paperback in new condition. Small paperback, 7" x 5"; 165 pages. A "creative" companion volume to "Next Attention." On a summer's day, a group of Americans arrive at a chalet in Switzerland for a week on retreat with a rare guide. Each of them hears the call of the higher. Yet who among them, despite baggage and type, crosses the threshold to awaken? At any moment is there enough attention to join with the vital force of life? It's a bumpy week. The tug of beliefs and self-image. Yet an indescribable energy, usually hidden, brings an entirely new state of being. As their guide puts it, "With attending to presence, allowing higher forces to enter, staying collected, returning, we can live in a new way." Here are accounts, with a touch of humor, of contemporary heroes, sometimes "unskillful," who taste real transformation when an unknown dimension suddenly opens. In these stories of the I AM, even as we are we rise. As Rumi says, "Something opens our wings.".
Seller Inventory # 29332
Published by Martino, Mansfield Centre, 1998
Condition: Cloth bound in fine condition. Second edition. Facsimile reprint of the first U.S. edition; 96 pages.
Seller Inventory # 29319
Published by Param Media, 2015
Second printing. 398 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 29330
Published by Mike Caveney's Magic Words, Pasadena, 1994
First edition. Volume I: 160 pages. Hardbound in near very good condition in near very good dust jacket; Some check marks and small stickers in the margins; Jacket inner flaps glued to boards; Jacket laminate beginning to peel away.
Seller Inventory # 29327
Published by Martino, Mansfield Centre, 2000
Condition: Cloth bound in fine condition. Facsimile reprint of the 1945 edition; 3 volumes: xvii, 562; xi, 520; xi, 521 pp.
Seller Inventory # 29331
Published by Magicana for Collectors, York, PA, 1986
First edition. 11.25" x 9.75" blue cloth; xvi, 395 pages. Cloth bound in very good condition; Slight rubbing to covers.
Seller Inventory # 29326