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    J. Kernning [pseudonym of Johann Baptist Krebs]. Schlüssel zur Geisterwelt oder Die Kunst des Lebens [Key to the Spirit World or The Art of Living]. Leipzig und Stuttgart: J. Scheible's Verlags-Expedition, 1833.

    First edition. Twelvemo. IV, 248 pages. Contemporary blue boards with blue printed labels affixed to front and rear board. Edges sprinkled brown. Early paper label lettered in ink on spine. Two later paper labels lettered in ink across spine. Just slightly skewed, endpapers browned. Some foxing and occasional staining, a few leaves with tiny tears in the upper margin. German library stamp on verso of title-page. Ink manuscript note, dated 1848, affixed to rear pastedown.

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