The Study of Palmistry for Professional Purposes and Advanced Purposes (1897)
1897. Profusely illustrated with 1,254 Illustrations and complete with a Palmistic Dictionary! Contents: Dedication; Preface; Introduction; Preliminaries; Chirognomic Observations; The Mounts of the Hand; Chiromantic Observations; Additional Cases; Phrenology and Palmistry Compared; Palmistic Dictionary; Appendix; Model Chart for Hand Reading. Note: we do not believe this "St. Germain was the original. However, the author does demonstrate remarkable skill in this science and this scarce book is certainly recommended for anyone interested in palmistry.
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