Italy: Migliussi, 2015. Limited Edition of 300 copies of which this is hand-numbered ten. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Test in Italian. 117 pages, plus book list appended. 8vo.
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Italy: Media Print, 2014. Limited to 200 copies only of which this copy number 12. In custom wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Translated by Roberto Migliussi. Text in Italian. Steffi Grant art work as cover illustration. 76 pages. Octavo.
Calcinaia, Italy: Roberto Migliussi, 2001. Limited to 300 copies only of which this is number 20. A FINE COPY in custom wraps. Together with a laid in card illustration of the "Golden Dawn da Kenneth Grant". Italian translation of THE STELLAR LODE originally in the Skoob Esoteric Anthology, 1995.
London: Fulgur Limited, 2003. A FINE, UNCIRCULATED COPY in French fold wraps. Images and Oracles remains one of the most influential works on esoteric magick and mystical art produced in the last thirty years. Part One discusses Spare's life and biographical anecdotes while Part Two provides Kenneth Grant' important analysis.....
Livorno, Italy: Migliussi Private Edition, 2012. Limited to 200 copies only of which this is 19, hand-numbered. Fine Copy in wraps as issued. Cover illustration: portrait of Kenneth Grant by Austin Osman Spare. Translated by Roberto Migliussi. Text in Italian of "The Other Child". 40 pages. 8vo.
London: Skoob Publishing, 1991. Tall oversized periodical printed on coated stock; A FINE COPY. Includes "The Stellar Lode" by Grant, Drury's article on Rosaleen Norton, and an interesting contribution by Ezio Albrile on "Ecstasy in East and West." Edited by Chris Johnson and Caroline Wise. 48 pages with some color.....
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1997. FIRST EDITION. A Fine premium cloth copy in fine dust jacket. The symbolism of divine kingship and coronation as expressed in Hebrew esoteric teachings of late antiquity, primarily the Zohar. Bibliography. 226 pages. Royal 8vo.
Rochester, VT: Park Street Press, 1995. FIRST EDITION. A Fine cloth volume in fine dust jacket. Excellent history and illustrated. 490 pages.
UK: Scarlet Imprint, 2009. FIRST LIMITED EDITION. 999 numbered copies of which this is number 632. A FINE PREMIUM CLOTH COPY. Essays by Stratton-Kent, de Pauw, Leitch, Karlsson, Jakobsson, Maggi, Coughlin, Tyson, others & nine color plates from the contributors. 350 pages. Royal octavo.
UK: Scarlet Imprint, 2010. Limited Edition -- Babel of 700 hand-numbered copies only. Premium cloth volume with tipped illustration adorning the front panel; printed red and black; A VERY FINE COPY. Essays to subject by Greer, Caldera, Grey, Wasserman, Fite, Carroll, and others. Beautifully illustrated. 280 pages. Royal octavo...
London: Scarlet Imprint, 2013. FIRST EDITION, Limited to 1000 hand-numbered copies of which this is hand numbered 176. A FINE COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Bound black linen with white titles and special magical dove illustration on both dust jacket and front and rear panel. Textured end papers. 182 pages.....
UK: Scarlet Imprint, 2015. Limited to 1000 hand-numbered copies only, and known as the Crowned Edition. A FINE PREMIUM SILK CLOTH VOLUME with custom end papers, and cropped dust jacket. The Fall of Lucifer and his angels as the foundational mythos of the Western tradition, a study by Peter Grey.....
UK: Capall-Bann, 2001. Quality trade paper edition; A FINE COPY. After ten years of research in rune lore, the author brings this comprehensive text to print. The ways of the Runes have evolved over the centuries but the essential symbolism and mystery is just as relevant today. Octavo.
Thame: Mandrake Press, 1991. Black Lodge Booklets, number 8. A FINE PAMPHLET, stitched, with front panel illustration. Out of Print. Haddo was a character based on Crowley in Maugham's novel, THE MAGICIAN. 8vo.
Thame: Mandrake Press, 1993. Mandrake number 29. A FINE PAMPHLET, stitched as issued. Mandrake Press number 29. Out of Print. Haddo was a character based on Crowley in Maugham's novel, THE MAGICIAN. 8vo.
London: Rider and Company, 1980. FIRST EDITION. In quality wraps as issued; internals clean and free of marking; VERY GOOD+ COPY. Twenty one figures related to Kabbalistic studies. 234 pages, indexed. 8vo.
San Francisco: Harper-Collins, 1996. FIRST EDITION. A FINE UNREAD cloth volume in fine dust jacket. Well illustrated with scarce color plates. Square octavo.
NY: Tarcher / Putnam, 1994. FIRST EDITION. A FINE copy in fine dust jacket. Solid examination of African shamanism, and the practices foreshadowing later New World magic. 260 pages. Tall octavo.
Maine: The Teitan Press, 2009. Limited to 950 copies. This copy hand-numbered 313. A FINE CLOTH COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Edited, with an introduction, by John Hamill. With a Chapter on Hockley's Manuscripts, and a Note as an Astrologer by R.A. Gilbert. 239 pages, indexed. Royal 8vo.
Maine: The Teitan Press, 2009. Limited to 950 copies. This copy signed on bookplate by Hamill and Gilbert. A FINE CLOTH COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Edited, with an introduction, by John Hamill. With a Chapter on Hockley's Manuscripts, and a Note as an Astrologer by R.A. Gilbert. 239 pages.....
Amalapuram, India: K. Ramachandra Rao, 1962. Ex-libris; bound in cloth and paper covered boards; Very Good Copy of a scarce work, and was said to be specially favored by Kenneth Grant. 235 pages with errata appended. Small octavo.
New Hyde Park: University Books, 1970. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in fine dust jacket. 298 pages, indexed, plus book list. Octavo.
New York: E.P. Dutton, 1929-34. First Editions. Volume One: Ex-libris; blurb tipped to half title; name stamp front free end paper; internals unmarked; A GOOD CLOTH COPY. 357 pages. Small 4to. Volume Two: Bookplate; A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY. Much on shamanistic practices and legends. 366 pages. Small 4to.
UK: Capall-Bann, 2006. Quality trade paper edition; A FINE COPY. Throughout history, women have practiced the arts of magic. Sometimes in secret, her inherent affinity with the realm of the arcane feared in some cultures by her male counterpart, women have taken roles in magic ranging from Temple Priestesses to.....
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1997. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Campanella (author of CITY OF THE SUN) was an influential Renaissance thinker (1568-1639). 399 pages, indexed. Royal octavo.