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Physiology of Love, 1st First Edition, copyright 1936. Rare.

By Paolo Mantegazza(who originally wrote this in 1872 in Italian), translated from the Italian by Herbert Alexander, edited with an introduction by Victor Robinson, MD.

Published by Eugenics Publishing Company in New York. 237 pages. Hardbound.

This 1st EDITION, VERY RARE book is in good condition! The outside shows wear and a little fading, with more fading on the spine. All pages are clean, no tears, no complete bends in the pages, just some slight bending in various area. The pages are thick, and looks somewhat yellowed, but the print is very dark. I believe this is in good to very good condition, but I am not an official book collector, so I am unsure of their ratings.

I picked this up at a thrift sale, so I am unsure of what types of homes this has been in (such as smoke free, pet free, etc).
Sells elsewhere for $40 to $120!

This would make a great gift for an antique book collector, a doctor, psychologist, therapist, self help. It could also make an interesting Valentine's gift. It is a very interesting look at love, sexuality, relationships, etc.

Smoke free home. Trusted eBay Seller under the name jennsgems. PayPal only. Returns with approval only.

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Physiology of Love by Paolo Mantefazza 1st ed 1936 RARE


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: paper, ink, love, type
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 5 reviews
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