Hard Cover. London, 1752. Good.
Contemporary brown sheep, ruled and stamped in blind. A very good copy, with toning to pages, expert repairs to hinges. Contemporary ownership signature to title page. An attractive copy in a fragile contemporary binding. Very scarce. A View of the Invisible World is a collection of anecdotes detailing various supernatural experiences, compiled by the author Daniel Defoe, who is most well-known for his book Robinson Crusoe. This collection, published after Defoe's death in 1731, is attributed to the author as a later edition of his earlier work, Essay on the History and Reality of Apparitions, although its contents are distinct from the essay.