London: Thorsons, 1995. In quality trade paper; A VERY GOOD COPY. 285 pages, indexed.
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Nice: Belisane, 1979. In wraps, printed on laid; A FINE COPY. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Octavo. Text in French. Facsimile of the 1882 Dentu edition.
Leipzig: Brockhaus, 1932. A VERY GOOD+ or better cloth volume. Text in German. 296 pages with index. Octavo.
New Hyde Park: University Books, 1965. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME, sewn and well printed. With a new preface by David-Neel. She would pass four years klater at the age of 101 years. Introduction by Aaron Sussman. [xv], 320 pages, indexed. Royal 8vo.
Paris: Librairie Plon, 1957. European wraps; firm binding; GOOD copy. Text in French.
UK: Neville Spearman, 1983. FIRST UK EDITION. Fine cloth volume in fine dust jacket. David-Neel's treatment of the story of a Tibetan highwayman told with mystical nuance and interweaving the mysteries of Tibetan magic with exciting narrative. Octavo.
London: James Clarke & Co., (1898). FIRST EDITION. Very Good+ copy in original buckram binding. Edges left deckled. 130 pages. Small 8vo.
NY: Franklin Watts, 1966. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in fine dust jacket. A 32 page bibliography of Paracelsian literature gives additional value to this work. As a research tool, the text is most excellent in its stress on alchemy as an aid to medicine. 222 pages, indexed. Tall.....
Thame: IHO, 1999. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY, signed by Naylor on the half title. without hesitation. Edited by James Orchard Halliwell. [viii], 102 pages, indexed. Square octavo.
University Books, 1958. First US Edition. VERY GOOD+ cloth volume in slightly chipped dust jacket. Great color work (10 color plates), particularly the Hermetic Androgyne at the frontispiece. 336 additonal illustrations en texte. 395 pages. Small folio.
St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn, 1974. FIRST EDITION. A Very Good+ Hardcover Copy with illustrated panels. Three plates. [xiv], 192 pages, plus catalogue describing the other four volumes of the series. Tall 8vo.
UK: Scarlet Imprint, 2008. Number 514 of 814 copies. Limited edition. Custom end papers; black silk ribbon marker; stamped front panel; A FINE PREMIUM CLOTH COPY. 159 pages. Tall 8vo.
Dover: Scarlet Imprint, 2012. Limited to 800 hand-numbered copies. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME with custom end papers and front panel vignette blocked in red. Contents include: Peter Grey's "Preamble: Standing Still"; Jake Stratton-Kent's "Necromancy: The Role of the Dead in a Living Tradition" & "Magic at the Crossroads" Aaron Leitch's.....
Oosterhout: Anthropological Publications, 1968. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth volume in dust jacket with small brown spot at the bottom of rear panel. 327 pages and 24 plates. Translated from the Hungarian. Octavo.
Mansfield Centre: CT: Martino Fine Books, 1996. Limited Strictly to 150 copies only. FINE PREMIUM CLOTH COPY, unread and uncirculated. Many rare illustrations and information found in no other source -- very extensive. 6707 entries, plus illustrations. 656 pages. Octavo.
Dorset: Prism Press, 1988. In wraps; A FINE UNREAD COPY. Originally published as THE PATH OF THE CHAMELEON. 153 pages, indexed. Octavo.
Oxford: Darengo, 1991. In oversize academic wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Oxfordshire Communications in Egyptology III. With the Conjuration to Chthonic Deities, and an annotated Bibliography to the Anubis Archetype. 125 pages. 4to.
Thame: Mandrake, 1991. Mandrake Series Number 26. Stitched Booklet as issued; A FINE COPY. Out of Print. With a frontispiece of a hand written note by Gerald Yorke regarding this rare piece. 8vo.
Washington, DC: NatGeo Press, 2010. FIRST EDITION. A FINE COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Illustrated. 368 pages. Tall 8vo. Focuses on the world of Renaissance medicine and the sundry arts necessary for its practice.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1994. FIRST EDITION. Very fine premium cloth copy in a fine dust jacket. 490 pages with index and a superb bibliography. Study of metaphysics, medicine, alchemy and magic. Illustrated. Small 4to.
Princeton, 1974. Bollingen Series LXXVI. Quality text paper edition; A FINE COPY. Translated from the French by Willard R. Trask. Bibliography. [xxiii], 610 pages, indexed. Tall octavo.
Amherst, WI: Amherst Press (Ray Palmer), no date. A FINE COPY in sewn wraps. Facsimile of the 1854 edition (Howitt translation) with care given to proportion and printing clarity. 471 pages. Small 8vo.
Pennsylvania State University Press, 1998. Quality trade paper edition. Light creasing; else, a VERY GOOD+ copy. Illustrated. [xx], 284 pages, indexed.
Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2009. Quality trade paper edition: A FINE COPY. Nine rare illustrations, including some Dee related and Invisible College. 247 pages, indexed. Tall 8vo.
Commemorative Programme Performed on August 21, 1993 at the Rudolf Steiner Theatre, London. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Introduction by Caroline Wise. Also, includes a full page announcement of "From the Inferno to Zos", a co-publishing effort by Mandrake and Holmes. Mary Greer, David Rankine, Christine Harrington, and.....