‘The British Book of Spells & Charms’ which explores the wealth of traditional spells and charms of Britain’s folk-magical tradition, including those for good fortune, love, the healing of people and animals, curses and their removal, and acts of magic contained within traditional folk songs.
In writing this book, Graham King has been ideally placed to draw upon examples and parallels within The Museum of Witchcraft’s collection and archives.
The text of ‘The British Book of Spells & Charms’ is complemented by numerous illustrations and photographs, drawing mainly from the museum’s fascinating collection of magical artefacts
Paperback Colour Edition; gloss laminate cover, full colour images throughout and coloured headings and titles, printed on white matt coated 100gsm paper
All editions editions 187 x 114mm.
Pagination: 296 pages with full colour images throughout and coloured headings and titles, printed on white matt coated 120gsm paper stock.