Lanham, University Press of America 1986. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Cloth Copy. A renowned work on Sufi doctrine. Two plates and additional illustrations. [vi], 130 pages. Octavo.
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London: Jonathan Cape (Academy Books imprint), 1938. Some foxing at the prelims; old bookplate; text free of marking; GOOD+ or better in original dust jacket. 319 pages with index. 8vo.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980. First UK Edition. A Fine Cloth Copy in fine dust jacket. Translated by William L. MacDonald, Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, & Helmut Wilhelm. 254 pages with index. Octavo.
Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1949-1956. In academic wraps as issued; A FINE SET. Text in German. V. I: 144 pages. V. II: 118 pages. V. III: 58 pages. Tall 4to.
Boston: Bulfinch Press, 1994. FIRST EDITION. In landscape quarto wraps; A FINE COPY. Illustrated by photos. 222 pages with index.
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.
Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1988. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH volume in fine dust jacket. Tall 8vo.
New York: Harper and Row, 1976. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth edition in slightly worn dust jacket. Hundreds of illustrations. With dimensional analysis on original drawings by Hugh Harleston, Tall 4to.
NY: Seabury, 1976. First American Edition. FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN FINE DUST JACKET. Examines Druid worship and custom. Illustrated with fifteen color plates 71 figures in black and white. Bibliography. 128 pages, indexed. Small 4to.
Dorset House Publishing, 1990. Fine hardcover in fine dust jacket. 487 pages, plus index. Octavo.
London: Printed and published by William Hughes, Islington Green; and sold by other Booksellers, 1820. FIRST EDITION. This was the third translation of the Ptolemy work, the first by Walley in 1701 and the second much maligned Sibley and Brown in 178. Frederic Willis' copy (dated 1860) which he bequeathed.....