Leipzig: Hugo Heller & Co.; Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1912-1934. Various, Some First Collected Editions, Some Rebound Periodicals. large Octavos, 14 volumes; VG; various bindings, volumes 1 and 2 3/4 bound, with burgundy leather spine, marbled boards, paneled spines with gilt lettering; volume 5 1/2 bound with brown cloth spine, green paper boards; volumes 4, 6-14, and 20 bound in full burgundy cloth, gilt lettering on spine; ex-library, with the markings of the Baltimore Psychoanalytic Society, including stamps on all three edges of all text blocks, bookplates on front pastedown, library pocket on rear pastedowns; all volumes have mild rubbing and shelfwear; Volume 1: 1912, contains I.1-I.5, , spine peeling and largely loose, repair to gutter of endpapers; Volume 2: 1913, contains II.1-II.6, plate for II.1 present, repair to gutter of endpapers; Volume 4: 1915/16, contains IV.1-IV.6; Volume 5: 1917-1919, contains V.1-V.5/6, front board detached, rear board and spine nearly detached; Volume 6: 1920, contains VI.1-VI.4; Volume 7: 1921, contains VII.1-VII.4, VII.1-3 on slightly green paper; Volume 8: 1922, contains VIII.1-VIII.4; Volume 9: 1923, contains parts 1-4; Volume 10: 1924, contains parts 1-4; Volume 11: 1925, contains parts 1-3, lacking part 4, contains the original periodicals, includes front three yellow covers, cover for part 1/2 has some repair to the edges; Volume 12: 1926, contains parts 1-4; Volume 13, 1927, contains parts 1-4; Volume 14: 1928, contains part 1, contains the original periodical, the front two pages have repair to the edges; Volume 20, 1934, contains part 4, contains the original periodical, with bright yellow front cover; Shelved room 11.
1959-1978. Due to the length of the description, it has been formatted on our website for easier reading. We highly recommend reading it at www.secondstorybooks.com. Contains 16 loose letters to Paul Mellon from Anna Freud, as well as a copy of Children of the Hospital with an ALS pasted inside. Children in the Hospital, by Thesi Bergmann in collaboration with Anna Freud, published by International Universities Press, Inc., 1965, in dust jacket with some chipping to head and tail of spine, double-sided ALS signed by Anna Freud, dated January 1966. Letter 1) July 16, 1959: A one-page letter referencing receipt of Mellon's letter to Dr. Eissler (Dated July 2, 1959) regarding Mellon's desire to meet Ms. Freud. Ms. Freud identifies availability dates for Mellon to tour the Clinic. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Mellon's letter of July 2, 1959 and Eissler's reply of June 23, 1959 are attached. Letter 2) September 4, 1959: A one-page letter expressing disappointment for Mellon's postponement on a visit to London. Freud extends good wishes for his speedy recovery and identifies an availability date to meet. Handwritten on personal letterhead. Letter 3) March 20, 1962: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and reports on the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic. (fiscal year bit referenced). Freud gives a personal thanks to the Old Dominion Foundation for their help in providing grants and briefly describes how funds will be utilized. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 4) August 30, 1962: A two-page letter acknowledging Mellon's letter (dated July 26, 1962) referencing his receipt of reports on the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic. Freud identifies teaching ideas to incorporate into their curriculum and notes adding the National Institute of Health to their list of American grants. Announces an invitation from Yale Law School to participate in a new venture for psychoanalysis. She also expresses her hope for Mellon to visit London in the near future. Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 5) October 15, 1962: After receiving the final installment from a grant awarded by the Old Dominion Foundation, Freud, in her three-page letter, seeks guidance from Mellon on steps the Anna Freud Foundation needs to make to renew their grant. She makes a general mention of enclosed publications, references an unanticipated grant received from the National Institute of Health, and announces her acceptance of a month long appointment at Yale Law School to participate in a topic discussion on "Family and Law." Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 6) June 29, 1967: A one-page letter expressing gratitude for a grant received from the Old Dominion Foundation for the rehabilitation of a new building acquired by the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic. Freud extends an invitation to Mellon to re-visit the clinic. Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 7) March 5, 1968: A one-page letter announcing the occupancy of the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's extension, located at No. 14 Maresfield Gardens. Freud gives a pleasing description of the house and extends an invitation to Mellon to tour the facility. Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 8) August 19, 1972: A one-page letter acknowledging receipt of Mellon's note, Freud expresses regrets for his not being able to attend the Clinic's anniversary convention. She notes her desire to show off the Clinic's success and extends her gratitude. Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 9) April 19, 1973: a one-page letter written a the encouragement of Eissler and other friends, Freud requests direction in obtaining financial assistance for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic after learning that the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will cease its financial support. Freud offers to make a formal application outlining the needs of the Clinic. Handwritten on personal stationary. Mellon's reply of May 11, 1973 is attached to this correspondence. Letter 10: June 13, 1973: A seven-page letter describing the various outgoing projects taking place at the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic, as requested by Mellon (letter dates May 11, 1973). Freud expresses her concern of losing the support provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and gives the assessment of the Clinic's financial needs. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 11) April 2, 1974: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1973 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Freud notes that personal donations made by Mellon to the Anna Freud Foundation are being recorded as funds provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for accounting simplicity. She inquires on the accuracy of the donation recording. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 12) May 8, 1975: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1974 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Also makes notation of funds transferred from the Andrew W, Mellon Foundation to an account to accurately record personal donations by Mellon, as requested. (re: Thomas Beddall's letter dated April 8, 1974.) Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 13) April 1, 1976: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1975 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 14) June 8, 1977: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1976 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 15) May 2, 1978: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1977 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 16) June 22, 1978: A brief thank you note, handwritten on personal stationary. consignment, shelved case 0.
London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1856. First edition. Octavo in dark brown embossed hardcovers with vinyl wraps; VG; moderate soiling and shelf wear on boards; strong binding; paper age-toned; text clean; hand-written date in margin on two pages; one page had a dog-ear; pp. 380; contains chapters on British, German and French asylums until 1853; shelved in Case # 10; JL consignment.
London: John Murray, 1872. First Edition, First Issue. Octavo, vi, 374 pages, 4 pages ads; G+; bound in publisher's green cloth, rebacked with spine preserved; gilt lettering to spine; some rubbing and bumping to corners; 1st edition, 1st Issue point: the word 'that' is spelt correctly on p. 208; 7 photographic plates, as called for (numbered with Roman numerals, Pl.I-VII; Freeman: F1142; shelved case 3.
Leipzig, Germany: Franz Deuticke, 1922. Seventh Edition. 8vo., vi, 478pp.; VG-; spine blue with gilt lettering; publishers cloth binding, creasing to head of spine, a chip missing from rear hinge; boards slightly loose; George B. Wilbur's copy, signed and dated (8/12/30) on the title page, Wilbur's ink annotations on a few pages. A typed leaf is tipped in opposite page 112 concerning Rank's views on the sexual content of dreams. On the verso of this leaf, in Wilbur's handwriting, are the words "quoted to me by Rank", making this copy an important association to two important analysts.; JL consignment; shelved case 10.
Chicago: Shasta Publishers, 1948. Stated first edition [SIGNED]. Octavo; Very Good condition, no dust jacket; gray cloth boards and spine with gilt titles; SIGNED BY AUTHOR, L. RON HUBBARD on free front end paper; minor edge wear and bumping; text block, clean; 206 pp. binding shaken; else very good; --- [DC Store: Case #2].
New York/London: Routledge, 2002. First American Edition. Quarto; 641pp; glazed photo-illustrated boards; covers scuffed and worn with several abrasions at spine, joints, and edges; last 50 or so pages ruffled at upper corner; contents else very good. [Spine; white titles on black]. Shelved in Psychology section (Freud).
Lugd. Batav. Roterodami: Hackios, 1669. Octavos, 3 volumes; VG; bound in full contemporary vellum, faded ink lettering to spines; some soiling to vellum; bookplate to front pastedown of each volume; each volume with an engraved title page, all dated 1669, title page of volume 1 says 1669, 2 and 3 state 1668; stain to bottom of text bloc of volume 1, does not impact any text; interiors clean; printer's mark with an eagle and the motto 'MOVENDO' on each title page; text in Latin with Greek references; shelved case 3.
London: Edward Blount & Will Aspley, 1630. Fourth edition in English. Small quarto in dark brown leather; condition: Good; general shelf wear and soiling; open tears and fraying around spine and boards' edges; closed tears and rubbing on boards; end pages creased; copper engraved title page; paper edges dark and dusty; wobbly paper clean and age-toned; text clean, in tight print; pp. 588; this is the fourth of nine editions in English before 1700; shelved in Case # 10; GP consignment.
London: The Hogarth Press, 1953,1955,1957,1958,1959,1960,1961,1962,1963,1964,1966. Mixed editions. Octavo; G+/G; Blue spines with gilt text; 22 volumes, lacking vol. 14 and duplicate of vol. 2; Vol. 1 [1886-1899] - Pre-Psycho-Analytic Publications and Unpublished Drafts, pp 430; Vol. 2 [1893-1895] - Studies on Hysteria, pp 335; Vol. 3 [1893-1899] - Early Psycho-Analytic Publications, pp 353; Vol. 4  - The Interpretation of Dreams (first part), pp 338; Vol. 5 [1900-1901] - The Interpretation of Dreams (second part), pp 339-751; Vol. 6  - The Psychopathology of Everyday Life, pp 310; Vol. 7 [1901-1905] - A Case of Hysteria: Three Essays on Sexuality and other works, pp 335; Vol. 8  - Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious, pp 258; Vol. 9 [1906-1908] - Jensen's 'Gradiva' and other works, pp 279; Vol. 10  - Two Case Histories (Little Hans and the Rat Man), pp 342; Vol. 11  - Five Lectures on Psycho-Analysis, Leonardo da Vinci and other works, pp 264; Vol. 12 [1911-1913] - The Case of Schreber, Papers on Technique and other works, pp 373; Vol. 13 [1913-1914] - Totem and Taboo and other works, pp 264; Vol. 15 [1915-1916] - Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis (parts I and II), pp 239; Vol. 16 [1916-1917] - Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis (part III), pp 496; Vol. 17 [1917-1919] - An Infantile Neurosis and other works, pp 303; Vol. 18 [1920-1922] - Beyond the Pleasure Principle, Group Psychology and other works, pp 295; Vol. 19 [1923-1925] - The Ego and the Id and other works, pp 320; Vol. 20 [1925-1926] - An Autobiographical Study, Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety, The Question of Lay Analysis and other works, pp 306; Vol. 21 [1927-1931] - The Future of an Illusion, Civilization and its Discontents, pp 287; Vol. 22 [1932-1936] - New Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis and other works, pp 282; Vol. 23 [1937-1939] - Moses and Monotheism: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis and other works, pp 326; most volumes without dust jackets, except vol. 1 and vol. 2 (one w/o dust jacket); dust jackets show sunned spines, chipping to edges and corners; cloths show slight sun fading to spines, some slight spotting and sun fading to exteriors and spines; text blocks have slight age toning to exterior edges, few uncut pages, slight cracking to binding in vol. 12, slight staining to head and tail edges of vol. 13, some writing and underlining in various volumes, otherwise interiors unmarked; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders. SHELVED ON AISLE 10 TOWARDS THE BACK OF AISLE ON RIGHT HAND SIDE.
London: Imago Publishing Co., Ltd, 1952. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Blue spine with gold text; 16 Volumes; Boards have slightly sunned exteriors with minor edge wear, vol. XI has detaching of outer spine layer along rear gutter and vol, VI has bumped head fore & spine edges and vol. II/III has bumped tail fore edges; Text blocks are all slightly age toned, vols. XI, XIII, VIII, XVII and VI has black ink stamps of previous owner on title pages, vols. VI has cracking at pp 202-203, and vol. VIII pp 252-253; pp 6533. German language. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Imago, 1950. first edition. Set of five notebooks; VG; covers in shiny black paper with light blue cloth case with gold letters on spine; notebooks with minimal wear; covers interior faded; ivory paper in good condition; case with moderate wear and tear around edges only; handwritten childhood diaries in black ink (including drawings) composed between November 1889 and July 1891 mostly in French and German, with occasional pages in English; Marie Bonaparte was the great grand niece of Napoleon I; she became an important supporter and later a patient of Sigmund Freud; as a result of her notebooks, she wrote essays on female sexuality in the early 20th century; this is a scarce set; shelved in case #9.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1959. First Edition. Octavo, 240 pages, VG-/G+; white DJ, black lettering: moderate wear with scattered mild water damage to covers, lettering affected yet clear and legible; mild edgewear with slight chipping to head, tail, and corners; "$3.95" to front flap, DJ protected by mylar; quarter-bound, black cloth spine, mint faux-leather paper boards, silver and black lettering to spine: lettering to spine somewhat rubbed yet bright and legible; mild edgewear to boards; mild bumping to head and tail; age-toning to text-block, stippled fore-edge; light age-toning to interior, text clear and legible; SIGNED by Hall to ffep; shelved Case 10.
Paris: Librairie Plon, 1961. First Edition, #8574/8600. 8vo., xi, 673pp., ; G+/none; paperback, in brown wraps with black and red lettering on spine; spine cracked and worn, with the front cover curving over the spine; spotting to pages; age-toning to pages; ffep, title page, pages 477-end uncut; interior clean of writing or underlining; Foucault's first book, which discusses how West European society had dealt with madness, arguing that it was a social construct distinct from mental illness; shelved case 10.
New York, NY: Consultants Bureau / Plenum Publishing, 1982. English Language; Translated from the Original Russian. large 8vo. VG/VG-. solid black DJ spine with white titles, light edgewear along the DJ perimeter. navy cloth HB, titling in stamped gilt. a bit of wear to ends, extremities, upper edge of front board has a small dent. red stamp of prior owner upon right fep. well bound, a solid volume. interior textblock a basic light ivory, no marks or writing to the neatly aligned sheets. outer edges, all sides smooth and unblemished. 221 pp. ISBN# 0306109735.
London: Imago Publishing, 1950. Ex-library copy, with pocket attached to rear pasteboard,card on front end papers. Volumes missing. Set 3 of 1000. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ hardcover; Blue spine with gold text; Boards strong, minor rubbing to corners, few faint marks across boards; Textblock slightly age-toned. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Clare: Acorn Hill Publishing Co Fullfillment Center, 1998. First Edition. Octavo; VG/ Hardcover; Black spine with white and yellow and green text; Moderate shelf wear to dust jacket which shows wear along hinge of cover, small tears at fore-edge and corners otherwise clean; Boards are strong and clean, binding solid; Text block clean with vivid illustrations; 511 pp.
London: Hogarth Press; Institute of Psycho-Analysis, 1934-1943. Hogarth editions. mixed impressions. Octavo; vg+/none; green cloth spine with gilt lettering; ex libris, signatures; some edge wear and bumping; text block, clean; light toning; else very good; ---v1, Group 7, XV essays, "Early papers [1893-1905]; On the history of the psycho-analytic movement ," 359 pp.; Second edition, reprint, 1940; some pages uncut; other roughly opened; deckle; binding shaken; else very good; ---v2, Group 8, XXXIV essays, "Clinical papers [1906-1924]; Papers on technique [1910-1919]," 404 pp.; Third edition , ---v3, Group 9, IV essays with 21 subsections, "Case histories [1905-1918," 607 pp.; fore-edge deckle; binding shaken; Second edition ; ---v4, Group 10, XXIV essays [1911-1923], "Papers on metapsychology: papers; and Applied psycho-analysis," 508 pp.; Second impression , binding shaken; hinges; else good.
Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 2003. Limited First Edition, #435/1200. 8vo., 163pp; VG; bound in fine brown genuine leather with bright gilt spine title and gilt decorative motif on cover, gilt text block; silk ribbon; of a limited edition of 1200, this is number 435; in excellent condition; shelved easton press.
München [Munich]: Ernst Reinhardt, 1933. Octavo, 183 pages; Fair; bound in original orange wrappers, black lettering on spine; covers separated from textblock; gatherings disbound; some waviness to pages, no writing; publisher's tipped in slip on ffep; chipping to head and tail of spine, cracking and discoloration to spine; moderate rubbing to covers, two small pieces of paper adhering to front cover;.
New York: Random House, 1990. First Edition. Octavo. Hard cover with dust jacket, VG+/VG. Stated first edition with no indication of further printings. Inscribed by author on the front page. Book is in very good condition; tight binding, clean pages/unmarked text throughout; clean boards, dust jacket wrapped in protective brodart. Thin gray spine. Shelved Case 5.
Chicago: Quadrangle Books, Inc., 1968. reprint. Octavo; G+/G; Black spine with white text; Dust jacket is covered with mylar and has slight rubbing wear on exterior & corners with some fraying along edges as well as lightly age toned rear; Cloth has few white spots on exterior, otherwise panels are clean and strong without defect; Text block is ivory toned overall with clean pages, deckled fore edge, sticker residue on front pastedown, and tight binding; pp 177.
Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 1994. first. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Red spine with gold text; Boards have slightly rubbed exterior and corners,slight scratching, rear pastedown is cracking slightly from rear endpaper at gutter ends, however function of book is not affected; Textblock is clean; pp 326.
Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1927. First U.S. Edition. 8vo., 238 pp., 20 pp., VG/VG-; DJ, spine red and white with white lettering; fading to spine, lettering legible; flaps slightly clipped, "1.00" written in pencil to both flaps; DJ protected by mylar; navy cloth boards, red lettering; overall mild wear: black residue to bottom margins of boards from DJ edges; orange top, stippled fore-edge, mild fraying to untrimmed bottom-edge of text-block; interior clean; shelved Case 10.
Colorado: The W.F. Robinson Printing Co., 1899. First Edition. Octavo; VG/no-DJ; spine black w/no txt, creasing at joints, some fading/discoloration evident from exposure, otherwise in good repair, minor shelf wear; boards firm, clean; binding has pulled loose at front hinge, staples showing but in very good condition; pages in good repair, minor wear, slight discoloration from aging otherwise in excellent condition. Full pricing applies. 140pp eb/nd.
Boston: The Society, 1880. First Edition. Quarto; Poor; hardcover; bound in modern 1/4 brown cloth, marbled cardboard; boards strong, minor shelfwear, open tears along front tail edge, rubbing on fore corners and spine edges, sticker on rear interior board; text block separated from boards, pages loose, soiling on title page, occasional minor soiling throughout, penciling on page 16, tearing on head edge of pages 21-24, tearing on tail fore edge of page 25, tearing and chipping along fore edge of rear blank, damp staining on rear blank, closed tear on tail edge general age toning; 32pp.
New York: W.W.Norton and Company, 1981. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, ix, 275 pg; VG/VG; spine faded red with off white lettering; dust jacket covered by mylar protector; small stain on front cover; sun fading on the spine; price unclipped '$14.95'; glue residue from an old bookplate on the front paste down; inscription on the ffep from author "To Diane and Karl-with love, Rollo"; shelved in Psychology.
Topeka, Kansas: 1957. One sheet of paper, measuring 8 1/2" x 11", on letterhead for The Menninger Foundation. A TLS signed by Karl Menninger to Leon Gutterman of Wisdom Magazine, dated February 4, 1957. Two faint horizontal creases from being folded in an envelope. Karl Menninger was an American psychiatrist. Leiberman consignment, shelved case 0.
Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publishers, 1966. First edition. 8vo. VG/VG-. yellow tone dj with large black lettering on spine. heavy shelfwear and deep rubbing and soiling on back cover; front cover shelfworn but participants and title printed visibly, no scuffing. blue boards, bumps at spine ends and corners. inscription on fep, clear ffep. textblock is mainly clean on smooth heavy stock paper. edges are in good condition. 745 pp.
Cambridge, MA & London: Harvard University Press, 1990. First Edition. Octavo: G-/G: White spine with greenish blue text: DJ has general shelfwear, some chipping to corners, some indents, sun fading to spin: Boards are strong and clean, general edgewear, bumping to tail of spine, binding solid: Textblock exterior is clean, pages have extensive underlining and margin notations in red ink, readability is still intact: First Edition: 549 pp.
New York: Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation Publications, 1960. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 306 Pages; VG-/G+; Spine is turquoise with light brown lettering; dust jacket is in a mylar covering, has prominent crease marks on either side of the spine, has moderate damage on the front fore edge, with moderate shelf-wear at the top, both sides have discoloration and small scratches; binding has minor shelf-wear along the top and bottom edges; pages have moderate dust build-up on the top edge and several small streak marks on the fore edge; ffep has minor discoloration; mild incense odor; shelved psychology.
New York: Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1936. First Edition. 10mo; pp 198; G-/no.DJ; tan spine with burgundy text; cloth shows some soiling to exterior; slight browing to spine; strong boards; text block shows slight age toning to exterior edges; interior shows some toning; tight binding; inscribed by author.
New York, NY: Random House, 1987. First Edition. 8vo. VG/VG. off white DJ spine with teal and larger red titling aligned and centered above small black publisher at foot. faintly tinged edges, no cuts or other edgewear and under clear protective cover. black cloth HB with stamped gold type, adjacent boards are teal. lightly skimmed without interior marks or writing. SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE. neatly bound, outer edges are smooth and clear. 237 pp. ISBN# 0394551494.
Philadelphia: Henry C. Lea's Son & Co., 1884. Reprint. Reprint; Octavo; G/no-DJ; Spine is dark brown with faded gold and bright white text; Boards have general shelf wear, edge-wear, scratches, rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, joints and hinges are sensitive; Text block has general signs of handling, age-toning, stamp on front free-end paper from previous owner, content is clear; pp 482.
Phoenix, AZ: The Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press, 2008. First Edition. Octavo: VG+/no-DJ: Black spine with gold text: Boards are strong and clean with no apparent shelfwear, binding is tight: Textblock is clean and pages free of markings, folds and tears: First Edition limited printing of 500 copies: Volume 3 only: 294 pp.
Phoenix, AZ: The Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press, 2008. First Edition. Octavo: VG+/no-DJ: Black spine with gold text: Boards are strong and clean with virtually no shelfwear, binding is tight: Textblock is clean and pages free of markings, folds and tears: First Edition limited printing of 500 copies: Volume 3 only: 294 pp.
Leipzig: Internationaler Psychoanalytisher, 1927. Octavo; G; bound in oublisher's light brown paper boards, plain spine with no lettering; cracking and tears to hinges, still attached; interior clean with different gatherings using different paper; contains multiple essays with seperate paginaion, including Otto Ranks's 'Zum Verständnis der Libidoentwicklung im Heilungsvorgang' and Sigmund Freud's 'Fetischismus,' contained in XIII. Band, Heft 4;.
New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1966. Octavo; VG/G+; Brown spine with brown text on an off-white panel; 9 Volumes; Dust jackets have slightly sunned spines with some rubbing at fore edges and minor edge wear & small tears, otherwise overall intact; Boards have slight shelf wear such as lightly sunned exteriors with strong and unmarked panels; Text blocks have ink stamped writing on front end paper and show slight wear along exterior edges, mostly due to age & handling, pages are unmarked with tight bindings; pp 3870. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co., 1931. New, one volume edition. g+/None 8vo in blue buckram, title on spine in gilt. Spine straight, boards flat, bumped, hinges starting. Text-block browned, waterstained on bottom. Pages clean, flat, evenly age-toned, rippled but unstained on lower margin from moisture, tape reinforcements to several leaves, no foxing, no notes or underlining- save check marks against several titles in the publisher adverts at back. 368 pgs. shelve Psychology.
New York: Robert Carter & Brothers, 1867. revised edition. VG. 8vo in brown buckram, title on spine in gilt. Wear to boards; boards rubbed and lightly scratched, edges rubbed, corners lightly bumped, light general wear otherwise. Spine bowed, binding strong and intact. Foxing to edges of textblock, foxing to endpages, light scattered foxing otherwise. Prev. owner's signature on front endpage. 448 pp. Shelved locked- LAFCADIO.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1918. First Edition. Octavo; G+/No jacket; Tan cloth spine with black lettering; Some wear to the edges of the boards, scuffing to front and back board; Pen marking to the spine; Interior of text block is toned but free of marking; Binding Tight; 132 pages. Shelved in Psychology.
New York: Harper & Row, 1974. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 225 Pages; G+/VG; Spine is black with yellow lettering; dust jacket is in a mylar covering, has price uncut '$10.00', has minimal shelf wear along the top and bottom edges, has minor discoloration along the spine due to sun exposure, has very faint pen mark impressions on the front side; binding has spoiling along the top edges of the boards, minor bumping on the fore edge corners, and minor detachment at the top of the spine; pages have darkening along the top edge due to dust build up; original owners name is written on ffep in blue marker; shelved psychology.
Cambridge: Sci-Art, 1957. First Edition. Ex-library copy, paper and pocket attached to pasteboards. Octavo; VG/G; Cream spine with pink text; DJ has two 2" closed tears on head, few closed tears up to 1" around edges, moderate surface scuffing; Boards strong, some rubbing to spine; Textblock clean; 240pp.