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Scroll down the page a little to see. Bidding has ended but I'm just curious if this an original Key to the Tarot. Never seen one without the cover. The ad says it would have to be glued back on so I assume they have it. Strange they didn't show a picture of it.
Is it a genuine article though? That's mainly what I was wondering but may not have articulated it very well in my question. I've never seen one without its cover so I wasn't sure if that's what they look like inside.
By "original" do you mean 1909/10? That font doesn't look it. I have a copy of a Pam B with the original book and the font is not that style. I think that font looks maybe 20s or 30s. I'm no expert but...
"It is truth that liberates, not your effort to be free.”
― Jiddu Krishnamurti
Yes Debra, I see what you're saying, I missed that. It's the spine covering not a cover per se, as in a hardcover. Was it ever issued as a paperback? It says "Rider & Co." I thought it might have been cribbed at some point.