NY: Appleton, 1940. Quality trade paper edition; covers worn; internals fine and free of marking; VERY GOOD. 267 pages. 8vo.
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Ickenham: Published by Author [Eversholt Printing], no date. In stitched wraps; A VERY GOOD+ COPY, illustrated. A reader's brief annotation regarding the piece is just inside rear cover. Octavo.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Fine cloth volume in fine dust jacket. A novel of alchemy and mystery based on Thomas South and his daughter, Mary Anne Atwood. 536 pages. Whitbread Prize Winner. Octavo.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1984. A FINE COPY, hand bound monograph in custom papers with a Patapar overlay. Valuable resource for Neo-Platonic studies and Golden Dawn research. With supplementary material. Newly re-set and corrected, with additions and tables, by Edward Clary. Limited edition of thirty three hand numbered copies only, and.....
Holmes Publishing Group, 1984. Limited Edition of 33 hand-numbered copies. A FINE COPY, hand bound monograph in custom papers, with a Patapar overlay. Valuable resource for Neo-Platonic studies and Golden Dawn research. With supplementary material. Newly re-set and corrected, with additions and tables, by Edward Clary. Limited edition of thirty.....
Sequim: Holmes Publishing Group, 2008. Special hand-bound monograph with a custom parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. A new series under the combined editorship of Edward Clary, R.C. Abel and Evelyn Sire with guest editors as appropriate. Includes three classics in the Alchemical genre. 8vo.
Urbana: University of Illinois, 1993. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. Edited by Stan Larson. Bibliography. 256 pages. Octavo.
Boston/London: Shambhala, 1991. FIRST EDITION. In tall quality trade wraps with custom decorative end papers; A FINE COPY. 172 pages.
San Francisco: Harper, 1992. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. 179 pages. Tall octavo.
Boston: Shambhala, 1995. FIRST EDITION. Fine copy in a dust jacket with small worn spot on the bottom of the rear panel. Printed in red and black. Sufi teachings.
Boulder: Prajna, 1980. Quality trade paper; A FINE COPY. Works by Zen Master Dogen, founder of the Soto school of Buddhism. 129 pages. 8vo.
Boston: Christopher, 1926. FIRST EDITION. No marking or staining; binding shows rubbing; A GOOD CLOTH COPY. Clements, a Naturopath, planned to add a second volume, but failed to do so. Addresses a course of living based on ancient sources. 313 pages. Octavo.
Thame, UK: Suhal, c1995. A FINE COPY; paperbound. Nicely printed facsimile of the 1885 London edition. 251 pages, indexed. Octavo.
NY" Review of Reviews, 1916. Very Good+ copy in imitation leather, and without marking or defect. Blind stamped front panel with raised device. This novel by Cobb was made into a film directed by John Ford. 401 pages. Octavo.
Holmes Publishing Group LLC. FINE COPY in wraps as issued. The substance of this twentieth century author's ideas on the Royal Art. Octavo.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993. FIRST EDITION. Fine premium cloth copy in fine dust jacket. 271 pages, indexed. Royal 8vo.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996. FINE PREMIUM CLOTH VOLUME in dust jacket. Superb illustration and text. 154 pages. Small 4to.
UK: Orange Box, 2011. Limited to 666 copies with signed card (Cole) laid in. Tall quarto in wraps as issued; illustrated; A FINE COPY in original plastic protector. Introduction by Sandy Robertson, Edited by Sadie Sparkes. Thirty-three facsimile reproductions of rare articles relating to Aleister Crowley, drawn from a variety.....
Holmes Publishing Group, 1984. Contains a provocative section entitled "Litany for the Enneagram" & Collin's Interpretation of esoteric Christianity. Custom bound monograph with special frosted parchment overlay; FINE. Illustrated. 8vo.
Tlalpam, Mexico: Ediciones Sol, 1954. FIRST EDITION. Booklet; A FINE COPY. Well Illustrated. 32 pages. Octavo.
Cape Town: The Stourton Press, 1951. FIRST EDITION. Bookplate of D'Agapeyeff (may be Alexander, he of the undecipherable cipher); Very Good+ cloth volume in dust jacket with light stain along lower edge of rear panel. Very scarce like most of Fairfax Hall's press works which centered around the Fourth Way.....
Holmes Publishing Group, 1984. In praise of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky and their mission as harbingers of a new age. A rare and valuable document for Gurdjieffian studies. Illustrated. Custom bound monograph with special frosted parchment overlay.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1984. Custom bound monograph with special frosted parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. Collin issued this work under the pseudonym of G. Zodec. It delves into the nature of truth and the pitfalls of negative emotions. Octavo.
Holmes Publishing Group / By the Way, 2007. Limited Edition. Custom end papers; A FINE CLOTH COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. New revised edition with photographs of Ouspensky, Collin and other people important to the Work at Lyne Place and in Mexico. This edition corrected and enlarged with a new.....
Sequim: Holmes Publishing Group LLC, 2010. A FINE SET. Hand-bound monographs in custom papers, parchment overlays, and enclosed in a protective slip case. Illustrations. Octavo. Collin wrote and printed these four selections in the early 1950s, and they represent some of his most important concepts.