London: Herbert Jenkins Limited. Hardcover. 8vo (small). Very Good / Fair. Item #002453
[1925?] Second Printing Completing 6,500 Copies. Orig. jacket and green cloth, title lettered in cloth on upper cover, publishers device to rear cover and foot of spine.  7-320 pp. Pages slightly yellowed, with light foxing to endpapers, previous seller label at foot of rear pastedown, a small ownership inscription to head of f.f.e.p. Spine creased down middle, light rubbing to extremities, jacket covers soiled, spine darkened, with small chips to outer edges, tearing to edges of inner flaps and jacket spine, but still a very good copy in original jacket. John Williams Wickwar was an American Folklorist discusses primitive forms of witchcraft, the inquisition, and witchcraft in England and America. He also includes chapters on werewolves and vampires, spells, the evil eye, and possession, and more topics.