New York: George Braziller, 1987. FIRST EDITION. A Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Illustrated. [xiv], 222 pages, indexed. Tall 8vo.
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Amsterdam: Aeon-Sophia, 2018. Black cloth volume, sewn, with foiled titles; A VERY GOOD+ COPY, unmarked. Illustrated throughout with ninety nine figures, including some color work. Bibliography. 339 pages. Royal octavo.
Spring, 1963. Issue 57. French occult periodical with articles by Bernard [on Tantrism and Druidism], Husson, and others, including one by Heym related to alchemy in Germany. VERY GOOD COPY. 64 pages. Illustrated. Book reviews. Text in French.
New York: Basic Books, 1966. FIRST EDITION. FINE VOLUME in nice dust jacket. Excellent source material with fourteen plates. With a Prefatory Note by Jacques Barzun. 308 pages. Octavo.
Llewellyn, 2010. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH SET IN FINE DUST JACKETS. Vol. I: 308 pages. Vol. II: 590 pages. Illustrated. Tall octavo.
Los Angeles: PRS, 1983. A FINE CLOTH COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Illustrated. LePlongeon's last book, and most important. Introductory Preface by Manly P. Hall. 159 pages. Tall octavo.
Kent, OH: Viscerally Press, 1979. A FINE COPY in wraps as issued. Translated by Jack Hirschman. Visuals by actor, Dean Stockwell. Octavo.
Paris: Germier Balliére, 1860. FIRST EDITION. Rebound in premium cloth with leather title label on spine; new end papers and with a bound in home-made half title using cut outs tipped on; foxing heavy in prelims, but lighter through the text; all of the magnificent charts present; A VERY GOOD.....
Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1970. FIRST EDITION. Fine copy in a slightly rubbed dust jacket. Tall 8vo.
New York & London: Garland Publishing, 1992. A FINE CLOTH COPY, sewn and archival, and issued without jacket. English Renaissance Hermeticism Series. [lx], 144 pages. Octavo.
St. Paul: Llewellyn Publications, 1993. FIRST EDITION. In quality wraps as issued; A FINE UNREAD COPY. 222 pages. Illustrated. Quantity of material addressing the rise and fall of the Golden Dawn.
Aberdeen: The University Press, 1912. FIRST EDITION. British Society of Franciscan Studies, Vol. 4. Sturdy cloth volume; no marking or defect; VERY GOOD+, unopened, or uncut, if you prefer. 93 pages. Octavo.
UK: The Gregg Press, 1966. Sturdy cloth volume, sewn and archival; A FINE COPY. 93 pages, indexed. Octavo.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. FIRST EDITION. A Fine premium cloth copy in fine dust jacket. With twenty one rare plates. [x], 382 pages with index. Tall 8vo.
London: Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine, 1971. First Edition. A FINE PREMIUM CLOTH SET in dust jackets. A history of hallucination, oracles, religious experiences, and mystic visions pertaining to the religions and mysteries of the ancient Middle East, and especially focused on the rites and rituals. Text: [xii].....
London: Black Cat/MacDonald & Co. Ltd., 1988. A FINE HARDCOVER COPY in fine dust jacket. With over 350 illustrations, many in color. 253 pages. Small folio.
Gillette, NJ: Heptangle Books, 1986. FIRST EDITION. FINE CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. Numerous tables and diagrams. Printed by Daniel Driscoll. [xii], 80 pages. Octavo.
London: T.C. Newby, 1857. FIRST EDITION. Front hinges show professional repair and binding is tight and firm; titles bright and clear; A FINE SET, rebound in a premium royal blue cloth with bright gilt titles. Partial contents: epidemic disorders of the mind, sorcery of ancient times and its relations to.....
Netherlands: Aeon-Sophia, 2017. Limited Edition. Black cloth with gilt titles to spine and front panel, and shows some handling; internals claen free of marking; silk ribbon marker; sewn with head and tail bands; VERY GOOD+. Sigils by by Patrick Larrabee. Book design and illustrations by Daniele Valeriani. Partial contents: Serpentine.....
London: Maggs Bros., 1933. In wraps as issued; spine chipped but repaired and firmed; VERY GOOD. 760 listings, with 20 rare full page plates, and other illustrations en texte. Quarto.
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1932. First American Edition. Very Good Cloth Volume in chipped, rubbed dust jacket, now under Mylar. Contents: St. Germain, Flamel, Christian Rosenkreutz, Apollonius of Tyana, HPB, and the Unknown Master of the Albigensi are discussed. 287 pages, indexed. Octavo.
San Diego: Wizards Bookshelf, 1995. Secret Doctrine Reference Series. A FINE MINT COPY in a premium binding, sewn and archival. With an extra extract on the Kabbalah printed on the end papers. One of many excellent examples of Richard Robb's dedication and concern with his publishing work. [vi], 424 pages.....
New York: Ballantine Books, 1959. Internals tight and clean; cover bright and unmarked; VERY GOOD+ copy. Mass market paper but not quite "pulp fiction." Mannix was a sports writer (whose other "famous" work was on the Gladiators) and he cribbed a good deal from Symonds and others to produce this.....
Thame: Mandrake Press Limited, 1992. Limited Edition of 750 copies only. Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Illustrated with many seldom seen photos. This series of literary portraits (Wilde, Powys, Crowley, etc.) are gems of the genre, and includes Crowley's amusing account of the hunting of the Haggis. Louis.....
Chicago: L.W. DeLaurence, . Later printing. A FINE COPY, bound and sewn in a faux leather. Preface by L. W. de Laurence is dated 1916, but like other deLaurence publications, the volume was merely plagiarized by deLaurence, not edited, and simply re-issued. Fifteen plates. 130 pages. 4to.