''with the publishers compliment's stamp on title page'',previous bookstore's stamp on inside pastedown''black cloth very scarce title''. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: SOME EXPERIMENTS IN FOUR-DIMENSIONAL VISION
Publisher: PATERNOSTER HOUSE RIDER AND COMPANY
Publication Date: 1933
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description RIDER. 1933 1ST Dust wrapper wear edges Binding solid no splits. Internally sound, no inscriptions, notations, underlining, highlighting, etc. Seller Inventory # 106142
Book Description Rider & Company, London, England, 1933. Hardcover. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: G. 1st Edition. First Publisher. Very good condition, in a good protected DJ. DJ has missing piece at top of spine. Cover is bright and clean. Titles on spine are fresh and complete. Inside cover has incription of previous owner and bookseller lable. Binding is solid without splits. Interior is clean, crisp, bright, square, and without notations, underlining, highlighting, or other marks. Odor-free. NOT X-Lib. NO remainder marks. All my books have multiple photos. Sometimes it takes 24-48 hours for them to appear with listing. Check back. Email for list of Bibliographies sited, more photos of the book or further condition details. Illus: Line drawings and illustrations in B&w. Appendix.Bibliography. Introduction by Claude Bragdon. Both Hodson and Bragdon where connected with the Theosophical movement. Both were interested in the 4th-dimention. Hodson uses this theme to illustrate Clairvoyant or four-Dimensional vision. As Bragdon states in his introduction: "Are there "worlds" corresponding to these higher dimensions-is there any body for this mathematical soul? There is growing conviction in certain quarter that there must be". A very rare volume on a fascinating subject. Seller Inventory # 1469