Berlin: Gesellschaft fur Geschichte der Pharmazie, 1928. In original wraps as issued; some light shelf fade to the edges; otherwise, A FINE COPY. Text in German. Fifty seven pages of illustrations, including a portrait and facsimiles. 128 tables of alchemical symbols and glyphs on 64 leaves. Tall 4to.
Alchemy & Hermetica
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London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1926. First Edition. A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH VOLUME. Translated from the Catalan of Ramon Lull, with an Introductory Essay, by E Allison Peers who also edited the volume. 128 pages. 12mo.
Brisbane, Salamander and Sons, 2008. First Edition. In French fold card wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Edited, with a preface, by Paul Hardacre. Eight colored plates, including two of Adam McLean's hand colored prints, and many other illustrations en texte. Salamander bookmark laid in. 285 pages. Octavo.
Edinburgh: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1982. Limited to 250 copies, signed and numbered by McLean. This is copy number 132. Hand-bound in full faux leather; A FINE COPY. Translated from the original German text, "Das Märchen", by Donald MacLean. 60 pages. Illustrated. Octavo. Steiner often referred to this tale in.....
London: Maggs Bros., 1929. In wraps as issued; some chipping to the back strip; else, A VERY GOOD or better copy. 1252 items. Fifty three plates (some being foldouts) and other illustrations en texte. Unusual as the catalogue is In chronological order ranging from listing one  to 1253 .....
Seattle: Ouroboros Press, 2010. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in fine dust jacket. Foldout frontispiece by artist, Benjamin Vierling. Translated from Latin by Darius Klein. 142 pages and added matter. Octavo.
Los Angeles: Philosophical Research Society 1976. Limited Edition. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in very good dust jacket. Manly Hall's facsimile edition of the original 1656 English edition. MPH also provides an introductory preface. Small octavo.
Paris: Payot, 1950. In European wraps with some chipping of cover; else, a GOOD, clean copy. Text in French. Examines the Greek mysteries, the Gnostics, the esoteric doctrine of the Cathars, and an exposition of the Jewish Kabbalah. 360 pages. With seven figures.
London: Rockliff, 1949. A VERY GOOD or better cloth volume in slightly worn dust jacket. 200 pages with index. Octavo. Revised and enhanced edition with notes and appendices by Stephen Hobhouse. Foreword by Canon Peter Green. Translated by T. Rhys Evans.
Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1914. FIRST EDITION. A Very Good+ Set in the original cloth with paper titles, mostly uncut. Brother to Eugenius Philalethes. 715 pages, indexed. Octavo.
Albany: State University of New York Press, 1969. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Masters brings three themes to bear on the work of Rabelais: Alchemy & Hermeticism, Platonism, and the Dionysian mysteries. 152 pages. Octavo.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1995. FIRST EDITION. FINE CLOTH VOLUME in fine dust jacket. Looks at the alchemical and occult views of such diverse poets as Yeats, Pound, H.D., Eliot, and Sylvia Plath. Illustrated. 218 pages. Royal octavo.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1995. FIRST EDITION. FINE CLOTH VOLUME. Looks at the alchemical and occult views of such diverse poets as Yeats, Pound, H.D., Eliot, and Sylvia Plath. Illustrated. 218 pages. Royal octavo.
Grand Rapids: Phanes Press, 1991. Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks 11. A FINE CLOTH COPY. Includes the fifteen plates with descriptive commentary on each by McLean. Original advertising leaflet laid in. Octavo. 130 pages.
Edinburgh: Hermetic Research Series, number 3, 1983. In wraps as issued; early McLean home printing; VERY GOOD COPY. Illustrated with rare alchemical plates. 75 pages. Octavo.
Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1986. Limited to 250 hand-numbered and signed copies of which this is number 31. A FINE COPY. Edited by McLean from the incomplete 1592 English edition. Illustrated. Bibliography. 157 pages. Octavo.
Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1983. Limited to 250 hand-numbered and signed copies of which this is copy 123. Number sixteen in the series, and this is an original issue. A FINE COPY, hand-bound in faux leather. 153 engravings with particular value for Boehme studies. Introduction by Adam McLean. 170 pages.....
London: Hermetic Research Trust, 1980. Number 244 of 250 copies only and signed by McLean. A FINE COPY, hand-bound in simulated leather. Edited, with commentary, by Adam McLean. Illustrated. Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks series No. VI. 130 pages. Octavo.
Edinburgh: Megalithic Research Publications, 1978-1992. A VERY GOOD+ to FINE SET of this prize journal consisting of the forty two single issues, plus the four annuals issued 1989-92 as bound volumes in wraps, sans only one single issue, Number 33 [Autumn, 1986]. The set is unruffled, clean, and without markings.....
Glasgow: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 2009. Limited to 200 copies, this being number 34, signed, dated, and numbered by McLean. A FINE COPY, hand bound by McLean in faux leather with custom end papers. Translated by Paul Ferguson. 60 pages. Octavo.
Edmonton: Mead, 1996-7. Volume One, Numbers 1 and 2. Large format in wraps bound in the open Japanese style: A FINE SET. Includes articles on Alchemy and the Stone, the Bacchic Mystery plays, the mystic symbolism of 7 and 8, an Alchemical Diary, etc. 305 pages. Small 4to.
London: SPCK, 1921. FIRST EDITION. A Very Good+ Cloth Volume with pictorial front cover, and four illustrations. Edited by Roland Grubb Kent. who also provided the foreword and annotations. 245 pages. Octavo.
London / Toronto: Folger Books, 1988. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Premium Cloth Volume in fine dust jacket. Superb selection of articles by Copenhaver, Debus, Walker, Faivre, and Dobbs. 438 pages. Royal octavo.
Varanasi: Chaukhamba, 1998. A FINE SET IN FINE DUST JACKETS. Sanskrit text with English translation. 1800+ pages. A grand exploration of Indian alchemy, and its medical properties. Octavo.
Los Angeles: University of California Press (Clark Library), 1966. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Introduction by M. DePorte in which he says this work, "grew out of a pamphlet war with Thomas Vaughan, twin brother of the poet." Facsimile of the 1662 edition. [x], 48, . 8vo.