Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1975. FIRST EDITION. In wraps as issued; binding shows use; VERY GOOD. Well illustrated. Text in Dutch. 69 pages. Tall 4to.
Alchemy & Hermetica
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UK: Manchester University Press, 1985. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH COPY. A serious study with one chapter on "The Mystery of the Alchemical King". Frontispiece. 190 pages, indexed. Octavo.
New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1971. A FINE CLOTH COPY. New introduction by Harold J. Abrahams. Twenty four additional pages added to the introduction. Sources of Science Series # 79. [cxx], 276 pages. Tall 4to.
Leipzig: Unveränderter fotomechanischer [Nachdruck der Originalausgabe, 1512], 1972. Nicely bound in cream linen with pressed titles; A FINE COPY of a scarce edition of the chemical classic published in East Germany. 344 pages. Illustrated. Small folio.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1931. FIRST EDITION. Very Good or better cloth volume in chipped dust jacket. Introduction by G. Elliot Smith. Translated from the German. With sixteen illustrations appended, and printed on coat. Famous volume said to be the "oldest book in the world", dating from 1550.....
Edmonds: Holmes Publishing Group [The Alchemical Press], 1990. A FINE SET in custom wraps as issued. Extraordinary study of the symbols of the Kabbalah, sacred Mathematics, Hebraic numerology and mystical Chemistry with a particular emphasis on the symbolism of the Hebrew letters. Four volume set in a protective vinyl slipcase.....
Glasgow: University of Glasgow, 1925-29. Original issues bound in one volume. Spine is sunned, binding firm; internals fine and free of any marking; A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY. Illustrated, including many full page advertisements for books, chemical equipment, local restaurants,, even lab coats. 292 pages. Octavo.
Baltimore: Penguin, 1971. Paper edition; covers lightly rubbed; internals free of marking or defect; A VERY GOOD+ COPY. Translated from the German by William Stoddart. Burckhardt wrote several Traditionalist classics in his time, including "Sacred Art in East and West". 8vo.
Mansfield Centre, CT: Maurizio Martino (1997). A FINE CLOTH SET. Facsimile of the Lucien Dorbon 1912 Edition. 11648 entries. Text in French. V. I: [lxx], 532 pages. V. II: [iv), 534 pages; V. III: (iv), 768 pages. Octavo.
Paris: L'Artisan du Livre, 1942. Browning from tape (?) end papers, but no longer in residence or needed as the binding is most firm; A FINE COPY in mostly uncut European wraps. 314 pages. Text in French. Final section of some 100 pages is titled, "L'Hermetisme Africain". Two plates. Small.....
Carmagnola: Editzioni Arktos, 1986. A FINE COPY in custom wraps as issued. Three full page plates, and catalogue. Text in Italian. 113 pages. Octavo.
NY: Grove Press, 1961. In wraps; name on title page; Reading Copy. Well illustrated. Some notes. 192 pages. Small 8vo.
Tokyo: Rakakuho Uchida, 1936. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. In black cloth with titles in red, and a gilt vignette on the front panel; A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY. Cover title: "Oriental Alchemy". Colored frontispiece of Sun Po, with further eleven full page half tone plates. With author's compliments card tipped in.....
NY: Samuel Weiser, 1974. In wraps; A FINE COPY. 102 pages. Small 8vo.
York Beach: Red Wheel / Weiser, 2005. Quality trade paper edition; A FINE COPY. Illustrated. [xiv], 250 pages. 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.
London: Jonathan Cape, 1989. FIRST 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. With press photo of the author laid in. Whitbread Prize Winner. Octavo.
San Francisco: North Point Press, 1991. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth volume in fine dust jacket. A fictional account (with splendid original alchemical woodcuts) of the journals of seven alchemists, including Paracelsus. Tall 8vo.
New York: Stirling, 1990. In quality wraps; A FINE COPY. Illustrations & bibliography. 160 pages, indexed. 8vo.
Brussels: Secretariat Administratif de L.U.A., 1939. In academic wraps as issued; front panel has chip lower right corner, and a taped repair; internals remain unopened; A VERY GOOD COPY. Text in French. 367 pages. Octavo. Scarce.
Boulder: Shambhala, 1980. In quality trade wraps; front cover has crease; else, VERY GOOD COPY with a large number of rare alchemical illustrations and plates. Coudert was formerly a Senior Fellow at the Warburg. Quarto. 239 pages. 4to.
University of Chicago Press, 1987. Quality trade paper edition; A FINE COPY. Translated by Margaret Cook Foreword by Mircea Eliade. [xxi], 264 pages. Octavo.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1962. FIRST EDITION. Name on fly; internals clean and free of marking; A VERY GOOD = CLOTH VOLUME. With eight plates, and 7 figures. 406 pages, indexed. Octavo.
New York: David McKay, 1966. A FINE CLOTH COPY IN DUST JACKET. Illustrated by Tashiro. 146 pages. Octavo.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1948-53. A VERY GOOD+ SET of cloth volumes without marking or defect, and representing some of the best research and writing to be found in the subject. Two of the volumes have a stamp on front free end paper, but no evidence of general circulation.....