Title: Arkanum des Porzellanbuchs. Zweiter teil
Publisher: Klinkhardt & Biermann Verlag, Leipzig und Berlin
Publication Date: 1928
Illustrator: Georg A. Mathey
Book Condition: Very good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very good
Edition: First Edition...
Book Type: book
Arcanum known by old alchemists, as the art of making gold. It was the secret philosopher's stone that would make it possible to transform worthless material to the most valuable material to produce the gold. Color printed silver paper boards. Beautiful impages by Mathey. Text in German. In very good condition with mild rubbing and foxing to the covers and page edges. Size: 6¾" x 9" 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 267790
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