Hardcover. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1st, 1957, Book: Good, Dust Jacket: Fair, Hardcover, maroon cloth covers with gilt titles to the spine and gilt publisher's motif vignette to the front board, beige dust jacket with red text and black illustration. 181 pages. b&w illustrations. Thomas Charles Lethbridge (1901-1971) was a well-known British author, archaeologist and psychic researcher, who was committed to investigating occult subjects, such as dowsing, ghosts, witchcraft, etc in a scientific manner. In "Gogmagog" Lethbridge looks at figures cut into the landscape in Britain and tries to discover the origin and meaning of these. He also maintains the existence of a figure of a "Giant" now lost, that was near Cambridge. Using archaeological, historical and biblical information as well as folklore he brings together his evidence. Dust jacket has large chunks gone ftom top and bottom of spine, ocassional marking to margins in text, mostly little check marks in pencil.
Hardcover. London, T. Werner Laurie Ltd, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Good, Hardcover red cloth covers in a worn, chipped dust jacket. 264 pages, b&w plates. No date, appears to be circa 1920s. Subjects include: old stone crosses, sanctuaries, English bells, holy wells, misericords, the holy grail, etc. Cloth has