Lot 358 of 459:
Early work on hypnotism  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$132
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Title:
Neurypnology; or the Rationale of Nervous Sleep, considered in relation with Animal Magnetism...
Author:
Braid, James
Place:
London
Publisher:
John Churchill
Date:
1843
Description:

xxii, 265, [1] + [2] ad pp. 17x10.5 cm (6¾x4"), original blindstamped cloth, rebacked with original gilt-lettered spine strip laid on. First Edition.

Neurypnology is a now-obsolete term used to describe the practice of mesmerism, which eventually evolved into hypnotism.

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Condition:
A bit of wear at extremities and edges, spine faded a touch; very good.
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Item number:
287701a
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