Paris: Editions Dangles, 1960. Originally published in German in 1948. In sewn wraps as issued; pictorial front panel; lightly rubbed, no marking; VERY GOOD+. Octavo. Translated by Anne Forestier. Introduction by Dr. Henri Hunwald. 194 pages.
Alchemy & Hermetica
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Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 2003. In academic wraps as issued; A FINE UNREAD VOLUME. 112 pages. Syrian and Arabian alchemy are part of the subject matter. Text in German. Small octavo.
London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1918. Front tip bruised; internals free and clear of marking; A GOOD CLOTH COPY. One lecture among the five on Spiritual Alchemy. 191 pages. Small 8vo.
New York: Basic Books, 1959. A FINE COPY, quarter bound in cloth and boards, in title labeled slipcase, the latter of which has some spotting. Translated from the Italian by Cyril Stanley Smith and Martha Teach Gnudi. Edited By Derek J. Price. The Collector's Series in Science. All illustrations, including.....
Pasadena: Theosophical University Press, 1950. With the Pasadena cancel tipped to title page. A FINE SET. Illustrated. Charts and diagrams V. I: 628 pages. V. II: [xlv], 722 pages, indexed, plus 53 pages appendix.
Boulder: Shambhala, 1978. FIRST EDITION. Original sample volume sent to Shambhala prior to release with a Book Spec sheet bound in by the printer; A FINE COPY. 195 pages. Octavo.
London: Constable, 1930. Edges deckled; A FINE BRIGHT CLOTH COPY with gilt titling. With 70 pages biographical sketch of Boehme by Fechner, translated from the German. Boehme's text translated from the German by John Rolleston Earle. [lxx], 325 pages. Tall 8vo.
New York: Harper, 1947. FIRST EDITION. Signature on fly; no internal marking; A VERY GOOD CLOTH COPY in slightly chipped dust jacket. New Translation by John Joseph Stoudt. Foreword by Rufus M. Jones. Frontispiece of Boehme, Bibliography. [xxxix], 254 pages. 8vo.
London: Princeton University Press, 1985. In quality academic wraps, sewn and archival; A Very Fine copy, unread. Excellent essay on the Lully's historical significance precedes a selection of many of Lully's rare works newly translated from the Catalan. 380 pages.
London: Princeton University Press, 1985. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Copy in dark blue premium cloth. Sewn, archival, and unread. Excellent essay on the Lully's historical significance precedes the selection of rare works newly translated from the Catalan. 380 pages. Tall octavo.
London: J.M. Dent, 1949. Everyman's Library . Printed end papers; VERY GOOD+ cloth copy in dust jacket. Introduction by M.M. Pattison Muir. [xxii], 230 pages. 12mo.
Brussels: UFSAL, 1986. In academic wraps; A FINE COPY. Scripta - Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies Series. Illustrated. 143 pages. 8vo.
Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1973. Bruising to the tips; else, A VERY GOOD COPY. Facsimile of the 1527 London printed in black letter. Translated by Laurence Andrew, whose name appears in the heading to the prologue. Title page in red and black. Well illustrated with woodcuts of apparatus related to.....
Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1975. FIRST EDITION. In tall 4to. Wraps as issued; binding shows use; VERY GOOD. Well illustrated. Text in Dutch. 69 pages. Tall 4to.
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 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 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 printed on coat. 167 pages. Octavo.
London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1967. FIRST EDITION. VERY GOOD+ CLOTH VOLUME in dust jacket. Colored frontispiece [from Splendor Solis], with eight additional full color plates, and 130 black and white illustrations. Bibliography. [xvi], 224 pages, indexed. 4to.
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; VERY GOOD. Well illustrated. 192 pages. Small 8vo.
UK: IHO Books, 2001. Many design and printing flourishes characterize this re-issue of Carter's 1926 classic. Oversize wraps; VERY FINE.S9igned by printer-designer, A.R. Naylor on the half title. Illustrations in sepia with red flourishes. Carter was a friend of D.H. Lawrence. 4to.
Upland, CA: Astara, 1969. First Edition. In wraps as issued; VERY GOOD+. Illustrated. 56 pages. 8vo.