Brighton: P.J. Harwood, 1934. First edition. 8vo, , 215, pp. Diagrams, charts, illustrations. Advertisements and blank subscription forms at rear. Flexible, red leatherette wrappers, stamped in gilt. Former owner's name to ffep else clean internally. Gilt stamping mostly dulled, light rubbing along joints and edges. Very good.
Second in a series of self published works, "Harwood's Easy Lessons In Astrology," following a piece on casting and reading horoscopes. This book demonstrates the methods of Astrology for determining future influences in the life.
Percy John Harwood (1887-1951) served in WWI with the Royal Marines and became a teacher after the war. This and his other publications were meant to be a guide for the everyman studying astrology, the calculations only requiring basic math skills, and the books self-advertised as "cheapest and best." Uncommon.
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