London: The Popular Phrenologist Company, 1896-1904.
First edition. Complete in nine volumes with wrappers bound in, bound in three parts. Publisher's green cloth with gilt lettering. Near Fine with bumped corners,offsetting to endpapers, former owner's name on front free endpapers and a few penciled notes to rear paste down, typical age-toning to contents. A few laid in advertisements present. An uncommon London phrenological journal in its entirety. Phrenology, the study of human skulls to determine psychology, was widely considered a reputable science in the 19th century but now is an infamous resident of the great bin of pseudoscience. Item #140941446