Holmes Publishing Group (Alchemical Press), 2011. Limited Edition of Three Numbered Copies. Hand bound monograph on custom Thyme paper, and hand numbered and initialed on the verso. A FINE COPY. Octavo.
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Holmes Publishing Group, 1998. 1558184058. Waite's Lexicon of terms as found in his monumental Alchemical Writings of Paracelsus; Together with, the "Paracelsian Lexicon" of Hartmann. The emphasis of the former is the physical aspect of Paracelsus' work, while the latter draws more from a theosophical, mystical perspective, offering the student.....
London: William Rider and Son, 1924. FIRST EDITION. Title page in red and black; cloth binding superb with the gilded cross of the Rosicrucians on the front panel; top edge gilt; A FINE COPY. Sixteen full-page plates in halftone. 649 pages plus index. Small 4to. Gilbert A37(a).
Holmes Publishing Group, 1994. Custom hand bound monograph with special frosted parchment overlay and printed on a special sheet; A FINE COPY. Waite seeks to show the connection of the Rosicrucian stream of initiation, and its relationship to mystic Freemasonry, and the liaison between them, Dr. Robert Fludd. In custom.....
York Beach: Samuel Weiser, 1990. This is the limited, hand-numbered edition of 750 copies of which this is #322. A FINE COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Illustrated. Two volumes bound as one. Royal 8vo.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1994. Custom hand bound monograph with special frosted parchment overlay and printed on a special sheet; A FINE COPY. The metaphysical basis of this symbolism being a doctrine of identity between Thought and the Word, as taught in the Secret Tradition. Octavo.
New York: Occult Research Press (Weiser), circa 1955. Very good+ cloth copy in dust jacket. A facsimile of the original edition. With four illustrations. Octavo.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1991. Waite's examination of this mystical order, and its historical relationship with the Masonic Fraternity. A FINE COPY, hand bound monograph in custom papers with a Patapar overlay. 8vo.
Sequim: Holmes Publishing Group LLC, 2010. A FINE SET. Hand-bound monographs in custom papers, parchment overlays, and enclosed in a protective slip case. Octavo.
London: John M. Watkins, 1970. Limited to 500 copies. FINE CLOTH COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. 153 pages. 8VO.
Secaucus: University Books, 1973. VERY GOOD+ CLOTH VOLUME in slightly rubbed dust jacket. 239 pages, indexed. Tall octavo.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1991. Quality trade paper, sewn; A FINE COPY. Originally published in 1893, this volume proved to be a catalyst for alchemical studies among members of the Golden Dawn and mystic Freemasonry. Octavo.
York Beach: Weiser, 2003. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Cloth Volume in fine dust jacket. With an Introduction by R.A. Gilbert. 305 pages. Octavo.
London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1902. FIRST EDITION. Ex-Masonic Library copy; signature on title page; no further marking; binding firm; spine lightly sunned A VERY GOOD COPY. Frontispiece of the Kabbalistic Scheme. [xx], 508 pages, indexed. Octavo. Gilbert A17.
London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1902. FIRST EDITION. Ex-Masonic Library with minimal markings consisting of pressed stamp on the title page, a label removed from spine, and a pocket on the rear pastedown; A VERY GOOD CLOTH COPY in the original cloth binding as per Gilbert A17. Frontispiece half- tone of.....
London: William Rider & Son, 1925. FIRST PRINTING. A FINE COPY in dark blue cloth with gilt titles. 301 pages, indexed. Gilbert A38.
Holmes Publishing Group LLC. A FINE COPY, hand bound in custom papers with a Patapar overlay. Contains Waite's important GD papers (published & private) illustrating his secret system for working with the Tarot. "The Truth About the Tarot Trumps" is included as well. Notes by Darcy Küntz. Golden Dawn Studies.....
Des Plaines: Yogi Publication Society, . A FINE HARDCOVER VOLUME. Facsimile of the Rebman 1909 edition with inclusion of a Waite hand written note on iii. [xix], 713 pages indexed. Bibliographical appendix. Octavo.
New York: Alfred . Knopf, 1923. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY in publisher's original decorative ornamental binding. No markings or defects. Gilbert A36b. [viii], 334 pages. Tall octavo.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench and Trubner & Co., 1923. FIRST EDITION. Original binding as issued surrounded by mylar protector; internals free of defect or marking; VERY GOOD CLOTH COPY. Gilbert A36 [variant blue boards]. [viii], 334 pages. Tall octavo.
Edmonds: Sure Fire Press, 1994. In custom wraps; limited to 22 copies of which twelve were numbered and initialed by the publisher. A FINE COPY. Originally issued as a paean to Waite by one of his most ardent American admirers, J. Ray Shute of Nocolore Press.
London: George Redway, York Street, Covent Garden, 1886. FIRST EDITION. Quarter bound in blue calf and boards with black leather spine label with gilt title stating: "The Mysteries of Magic | Eliphas Levi". New end papers; note on half title by a previous owner regarding a copy seen in a......
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, and Co., 1897. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Binding in royal blue with red lines and beveled edges; gilt titles and the "Pentacle of Faust" on front panel; internals are clean and free of marking; enamel end papers are in good order; A VERY GOOD+.....
Secaucus: University Books, 1974. Bookplate; A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY in dust jacket. New introduction by Robert Galbreath. 292 pages, indexed. Octavo.
Eton: The Shakespeare Head Press, 1959. FIRST EDITION, Limited. Touch of foxing on end papers; else, A FINE COPY in fine dust jacket. Bibliographical note by Sybil Waite. Introduction by Algernon Blackwood. Foreword by Phyllis Leuliette. Gilbert A48 who cites the edition as being limited to 500 copies only. [xxi].....