Little Brown, 2003. 1st ed., large octavo, original boards, dustjacket, b&w plates, pp xiii, 881. Dustjacket worn to edges with a few small marks. Near-fine condition in good d.j. Comprehensive biography of the father of analytical psychology, drawing on new research.
London: Methuen. Octavo, original decorated boards, dustjacket, pp xxi, 195. N.d., c. 1925. Previous owner's inscription front free endpaper. Very good condition in like d.j. Aimed at explaining and popularising psychoanalysis.
London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 1st ed., octavo, cloth boards, dustjacket, b&w frontis, pp x, 309. Near fine conditiion in like protected d.j. The stories of the non-conformists and radicals of the Victorian age.
London: Faber & Faber, 1947. Octavo, pp. 279, index, b/w frontis portrait, previous owner's inscription, few tape marks endpapers, pages slightly yellowed, original cloth boards, rubbed, few stains bottom edge. Biography of the psychologist.
London and Glasgow: John J. Griffin/Richard Griffin, 1851. 8vo, cloth boards, pp xiv, 176. In nineteenth century library cloth binding. Cloth marked, hinges cracking, inscription and blind stamp of library, acceptable condn. Electricity and the mind. From the Mount Korong Miners Literary Institute.
Canada: Librairie A. Filiatre. 8vo, two pages of b&w plates, pp xxiii, 392. N.d., c. 1941. Professionally restored, with original red paper wraps laid over red cloth, new leather title label with gilt decoration. Very good condition. A practical course in hypnotism, etc. Text in French.
London: Heinemann, 2008. Octavo, cloth boards, dustjacket, b&w plates, pp xii, 290. Near fine condition in like d.j. Examines the Victorian fascination with seances, mediums, psychics, clairvoyants, and somnambulists.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002. 1st ed., octavo, cloth boards, dustjacket, b&w illus, pp xi, 399. Water-damaged to top inner edge, also affecting dustjacket, not affecting text. Fair. A new theory on the origins and nature of the human mind.
Stroud, Gloucestershire: Tempus Publishing, 2004. First illustrated edition, original cloth boards, dustjacket, colour plates, b&w plates, pp 319. Dustjacket faded to spine, otherwise near fine condition in like protected d.j. Classic study of 'madness' and its treatments in Georgian England.