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    Const[antin] Gutberlet. Der Spiritismus [Spiritualism]. Cologne: Druck und Commissions-Verlag von J. P. Bachem, 1882. Octavo. 99 pages. Wood-engraved vignette of Saint Athanasius on title-page. Contemporary marbled boards. Printed paper title label on spine and later paper shelf label lettered in ink across spine. Very good.

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    "Görres-Gesellschaft zur Pflege der Wissenschaft im katholischen Deutschland. I. Vereinschrift für 1882" (at foot of first leaf of each gathering).


    Extremities rubbed. Slight dampstaining to upper margin, light foxing at beginning and end. German library stamp on verso of title-page.

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    March, 2013
    28th Thursday
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