London: no publisher 1828. , [1-blank], 3-39, [1-blank] pages. 3 x 5 inches. Drab wrappers, heavily soiled. Make-do stitching at the spine. Quite ragged at the edges, many pages with heavy soiling. Some pages loose. Creasing and page corners worn and turned over throughout. Several small holes from usage not affecting the understanding of the text. Fair. Wraps. 
A fortune telling guide of sorts, this copy was well used. This sort of material has always captured the public imagination - a 1924 Boston Globe article "rediscovered" the 1830 NY edition as a public interest story noting that Bonaparte used to refer to the original manuscript often.
OCLC shows these American editions (Vermont:1824; NY:1823, 1828, and 1830; Philadelphia:1824) and one Oxford (?) dated 1839. Also published in a several non-English languages. All are scarce, with at most 3 examples of any imprint institutionally.
This edition (London:1828) is not listed in OCLC as of this writing. Rare.