University of Alabama Press, 1981. A FINE CLOTH COPY. Frontispiece by Blake. [xii], 210 pages, indexed. Octavo.
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London: Charles H. Kelly, 1903. First Edition. Bookplate; binding firm, no markings; VERY GOOD cloth copy. With a catalogue of Lull's works [xi], 172 pages, publisher's catalogue appended. Small 8vo. Scarce.
Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1959. Very Good+ or better cloth volume. Strong research on the Controversies with particular emphasis on the Trinitarian. Also, a section details the anti-Gnostic fathers, and the perversion of the Gospels. 293 pages with index. 8vo.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1988. A FINE COPY, hand bound monograph in custom papers with a Patapar overlay. The author stresses the practical applications possible in Boehme's ideas and offers guidelines for the study of his writings.
New York: B&N, circa 1950. Collector purchase marks; Very Good or better. More than 1000 listings. 36 pages. 8vo.
Boulder & London: Shambhala Publishers, 2003. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Cloth Volume in dust jacket. An excellent resource addressing the sacred literature form the ancient Hebrews to the Cathari of the 14th century. [ix], 860 pages. Royal octavo.
New York: Harry Abrams, 1981. FIRST EDITION. Very Fine copy in fine jacket. With 353 illustrations, including 85 plates in full color. 2 maps. 328 pages, indexed. Tall 4to.
Holmes Publishing Group LLC. A FINE COPY, hand bound monograph in custom papers with a Patapar overlay. The "Liber Secretus" was a twelfth century work; the first English translation was by Eirenaeus Orandus in 1624. "Antimony is a mineral participating in Saturnine parts..." Though a short treatise, it is complete.....
London: John Watkins, 1955. Limited edition of 250 copies only. A FINE COPY in fine dust jacket. Barrett as author has always been a controversial issue. Robert Watt named him such first, but many others have questioned this citation, including Waite. 384 pages. plus two page contents appended. Octavo...
East Aurora, NY: The Roycrofters, 1928. FIRST EDITION. Colored end papers; deckled edges; ribbon marker; quarter bound in suede and red decorated boards; lovely private press work; A FINE VOLUME in the original dust jacket which only has a small chip at bottom of spine. Frontispiece portrait of the author.....
Paris: Librairie D'Amerique et D'Orient, 1945. Original European wraps; internals very good+; VERY GOOD COPY. Text in French. 202 pages. Adaptation Francaise par Mme. M. Donskis. Two maps plus table. Octavo.
Los Angeles: Llewellyn George, 1937. FIRST EDITION. In side stitched wraps; VERY GOOD. 77 pages. Octavo.
New York: Greenwood Press, 1969. Reprint of the 1919 edition. Very Fine cloth volume (sewn and archival) and an outstanding survey, East & West. 414 pages with index and bibliographical appendix, Octavo.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1966. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME. 255 pages. Octavo.
Boston: Beacon Press, 1989. FIRST EDITION. A Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Edited by Kenneth Zysk. Plate section printed on coated enamel. 159 pages. Tall Octavo.
St. Vladimir's Press, 1980. Paper edition as issued; A FINE COPY. Illustrated front panel. Translated by David Anderson. Basil was at the forefront of the Trinitarian crisis in the 4th century, and he presents a clear argument on the tri-fold Divinity. 118 pages. Small octavo.
Tempe: The University of Arizona Press, 1987. FIRST EDITION. A fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. 376 pages with index. Tall octavo.
New York/London: Marion Boyars, 1985. FINE CLOTH COPY in the dust jacket. Translated by Alastair Hamilton. The Boyars' imprint is known for avant-garde fiction. Octavo.
LA: J. Paul Getty Museum, 2007. In text wraps with French fold; A FINE COPY. Translated by Rosanna M Giammanco Frongia. Outstanding color images combined with an astute commentary. 384 pages. Octavo.
Chicago: Teitan Press, 1995. A FINE COPY, bound in quarter cloth and custom boards. Translated by Aleister Crowley. Edited, with a foreword, by Martin Starr. Frontispiece of Baudelaire by Henri Matisse, plus eight additional full page drawings. Small 4to.
London: First Impressions (Mandrake Press & Holmes), 1993. A FINE COPY of the standard black cloth edition. Publisher's copy, signed on the verso, by JD Holmes. With stamped foil front panel, and original plates reproduced from Anais Nin's copy -- she applied a colored wash to each of de Bosschere's.....
London: Mandrake Press & Holmes, 1993. Limited to fifty hand numbered copies. A FINE COPY, bound in of crimson leather, marbled boards, and foiled in gold, being the DeLuxe Edition from First Impressions. This is a facsimile of Aleister Crowley's personal copy, which includes his hand written notes, marginalia, corrections.....
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH COPY in dust jacket. From ancient times up to the Waco disaster, including a survey of the Burned-Over District, an essential element of American fringe religion. With glossary. 286 pages. 8vo.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1985. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Cloth Copy in fine dust jacket. 382 pages with index, bibliography, and extensive annotations. Includes maps. Tall 8vo.
Holmes Publishing Group, 2008. Special hand-bound monograph with a custom overlay; A FINE COPY. Includes "Hidden Symbols of the Rosicrucians": an excellent treatise by the famed symbologist and emblem expert. With a number of obscure, mystical figures illustrating the text. Together with: "Three Treasures of the Rosicrucians": An analysis of.....