Chicago: DeLaurence, Scott & Co., 1910. Edition deLuxe, but sometimes referred to as the American and Oriental Edition. Ex-Masonic Library copy; fore edges show foxing, but internals tight and free of marking; a few Scottish Rite stamps to the front and rear end papers, and a Scottish Rite donation book.....
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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.
London: Neville Spearman Ltd., 1977. Very Good+ Cloth Copy in dust jacket. Translated from the French. Preface By Eugene Canseliet. Introduction By Walter Lang. With forty four plates. 191 pages. Royal 8vo.
Warsaw: Polish Academy of Sciences [Institute for the History of Science], 1994. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN FINE DUST JACKET. Illustrated. Bibliography and glossary of Sendivogian terms. [xiv], 300 pages, indexed. Tall 8vo.
New York: Bell, 1990. FINE CLOTH COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Fifty eight illustrations. [x], 249 pages. Tall 8vo.
New York: Sentry Press, 1974. Remainder mark bottom edge; Fine Cloth Volume in dust jacket. Illustrated. [xv], 335 pages. Octavo.
Amity, NY: Amity House, 1985. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN FINE DUST JACKET. The first printing was issued in French in 1967 anonymously. Translated into English by Robert Powell. [xii], 658 pages. Royal 8vo.
New York: Occult Research Press [Weiser], 1955. In wraps as issued; light fading, else, A Fine Copy of an early Weiser imprint. Preface, Notes and Explanations by "Sapere Aude", Westcott's GD motto. 60 pages. 12mo,
Salem: Ayer Publishing, 1992. A FINE CLOTH COPY, archival and sewn. With fourteen plates, and 27 rare figures. Taylor was once an editor of the journal, Ambix. [xi], 246 pages. Octavo.
Marazion, UK: Wordens of Cornwall [In Association with Stuart & Watkins], 1967. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in slightly soiled dust jacket. Illustrated end papers. Preface is correspondence with Jung and Jaffe. Five illustrations. 138 pages. Octavo.
UK: No publisher, c1980. In French fold wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Reset in modern type, circa 1980, of extracts from the London Cotes edition of 1649 with facsimile of the original title page and dedication. 30 pages. Octavo.
London: William Rider, 1914. Second issue. A FINE COPY with blind stamped title within blind border on front panel. Small octavo. Gilbert B17(b) who says the volume was made up of the sheets of the first edition with the title cancelled. 211 pages, indexed. Octavo.
Yelm, WA: Horus Publishing, 1997. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. A FINE CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. This novel, translated from the Hungarian (by Vermes and Jozsa), is presented in English for the first time. "It is certain that alchemy was of great importance to the Messianic legacy, and it played.....
Richardson, TX: RAMS [Restorers of Alchemical Manuscripts Society], 1978. In original spiral bound wraps via Hans Nintzel, typescript; A FINE COPY. This was a monumental undertaking on the publisher's part, being typed in courier in the old way, one page at a time, and reproduced and bound by Nintzel in.....
UK: University of Durham, 1996. In academic wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Illustrated. 46 pages. 8vo.
Albuquerque: Brotherhood of Life, 1984. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. 186 pages. Octavo.
London: Rigel Press, 1972. Limited edition of 300 copies, hand-numbered, of which this is number 80. Quarter bound in linen cloth and marbled boards; printed (using the duplicating process) on laid paper; A VERY GOOD+ VOLUME. Illustrated. Translated from the German. [iv], 36 pages. Quarto.
London: George Redway, 1896. FIRST EDITION. Top edge of spine shows minor chipping, but titles are bright with original gilt; binding edges beveled; fore and bottom edges left deckled (uncut); internals are fine and without marking, foxing or other defect; A VERY GOOD+ copy with a blind stamped design on.....
NY: St. Martin's Press, 1991. In original shrink wrap, boxed; FINE. All the game pieces. book, and instruction guide.
London: James Elliott, 1893. FIRST EDITION. Very light foxing at the prelims; internals without stain or markings; rear hinge repaired at some distant date; edges deckled as per Gilbert B11; front panel has the remnant of a spot near the vignette; else, A VERY GOOD CLOTH COPY. 153 pages. Small.....
London: First Impressions (Mandrake Press & Holmes), 1992. A FINE CLOTH COPY, well bound and printed. Biography of the illuminated doctor, alchemist, Christian mystic and martyr.16mo. Signed by the co-publisher on the verso.
Great Barrington: Lindisfarne, 1987. FIRST EDITION. Fine custom cloth volume, with special end papers, and a fine dust jacket. Comment by Saul Bellow. VandenBroeck's reflections on his experiences with Egyptologist, R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, the famed Egyptologist and Hermetic scholar. 286 pages. Royal octavo.
New York: Arno Press, 1978. A FINE CLOTH COPY, sewn and archival. Nicely printed facsimile of the 1621 London edition. From Arno's History of Geology series. 390 pages. Octavo.
Bryn Athyn, PA: Swedenborg Scientific Association, 1976. Limited Edition of 300 copies only. A FINE CLOTH COPY issued without dust jacket. Originally published in London, 1847. Translated from the Latin by C.E. Strutt. Illustrated. 253 pages, plus book list. Octavo.
London: John M. Watkins, 1970. Limited Edition. of 500 copies only. FINE CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. Translated from the Hamburg Edition of 1676, and Edited with a Biographical Preface. 153 pages, indexed.Octavo.