New York/London: Marion Boyars, 1985. FINE CLOTH COPY in the dust jacket. Translated by Alastair Hamilton. The Boyars' imprint is known for avant-garde fiction. Octavo.
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New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH COPY in dust jacket. From ancient times up to the Waco disaster, including a nice survey of the Burned-Over District, an essential element of American fringe religion. With glossary. 286 pages. 8vo.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1985. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Cloth Copy in fine dust jacket. 382 pages with index, bibliography, and extensive annotations. Includes maps. Tall 8vo.
London: Secker and Warburg, 1982. FIRST EDITION. VERY GOOD+ or better cloth volume in dust jacket. Beagle's interesting study of the hidden Rosicrucian, Behmenist, and esoteric symbolism of Bosch's three major triptychs: The Garden of Earthly Delights; The Temptation of St. Anthony; and The Haywain. Beautiful color plates. Tall 4to.....
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1902. FIRST EDITION. Red and black title page; deckled edges; brewing to end papers; else, A VERY GOOD or better cloth copy, free of marking. Translated from the Chinese. 209 pages, plus catalogue. 16 mo.
New York: Garland Publishing, 1978. A Fine Cloth Set, sewn and archival, of a classic work (and defense) of the Manichean religion, plus much material on the early Gnostics. The author compares the Sephiroth theory of the Zohar with the theories of light in the oriental religions. He draws into.....
Utrect: Beijers, 1954. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Illustrated. 874 entries. Original bid sheet laid in. 80 pages, indexed. 8vo.
London: Published by the Trustees (of the British Museum), 1935. A FINE QUARTO VOLUME IN DUST JACKET. With five plates (under tissue). 63 pages.
Ares Publishers, 1953. In wraps; Very Good or better volume. 117 pages with index.
Chicago: Ares Publishers, 1980. Facsimile of the 1948 Oxford edition. A FINE CLOTH COPY, archival and sewn with head and tail bands. Illustrated. 168 pages. Octavo.
London: At the Clarendon Press (Oxford University Press), 1970. VERY GOOD+ or better premium cloth edition. 235 pages with index plus foldout map appended. Octavo.
Swedenborg Foundation, 1985. FIRST EDITION. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. 157 pages. Illustrated. Landscape quarto.
Los Angeles: Philosophical Research Society, 1953. FIRST EDITION. Colored frontispiece, and photos by George Lark. A FINE VOLUME, quarter bound in black Goatskin and marbled boards. Foreword by Manly Palmer Hall. 122 pages, plus 4 pages illustrations. Octavo.
Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1780. First American Edition. Disbound, but solid block; age toned and lightly worn; VERY GOOD. [xi], 91 pages. Small 8vo. Translated from the French.
Sherborne: Coombe Springs Press, 1974. FIRST EDITION. Paper edition as issued in French fold jacket; A FINE COPY. Transformation of Man Series Number One.
Gloucester: Beshara Publications, 1975. In wraps; A FINE COPY. With Weiser's cover for the US edition. 100 pages. Introduction by Rashid Hornsby. Tall 8vo.
New York: Stonehill, 1973. First Soft Cover Printing. In original French fold wraps; VERY GOOD+. Errata on half title apprising readers that the footnote reference to the printing of the Third Series by Harper was in error. Negotiations were still going on, and it wasn't until 1975 that the Triangle.....
New York: Harper & Row, 1973. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. FINE CLOTH VOLUME in dust jacket. Maps on end papers. Twelve photographic illustrations. 320 pages, indexed. Octavo.
Harwich: Anton Press, 1983. FIRST EDITION. In wraps as issued; FINE COPY. 180 pages with index. 8vo.
Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1978. FIRST EDITION. Corner bumped; else, a VERY GOOD+ copy in premium cloth. Etudes Preliminaires Aux Religions Orientales Dans L'Empire 69. Text in French. With a folding map and fifteen plates. [xiv], 72 pages, indexed. Royal 8vo.
London: Geoffrey Bles, 1952. FIRST EDITION. Very Good+ or better cloth volume in browning dust jacket. Berdyaev's examination of eschatology. Translated from the Russian by R.M. French of THE WAY OF THE PILGRIM fame. 256 pages. Octavo.
Stockholm: Almquist & Wiksell, 1978. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME. Illustrated. Pamela Travers, the author of MARY POPPINS, wrote on the MONKEY (used in the East as a metaphor for man), a short biography of Gurdjieff, and much else which indicates more to this classic children's tale than met.....
Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1959. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME without defect or marking. 293 pages, indexed.
Toronto: Pontifical Institute, 1981. FIRST EDITION. Quality text paper edition. Spine lightly faded; VERY GOOD+ COPY, unread. 201 pages.
New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1994. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. FINE CLOTH VOLUME in dust jacket. Edited by Henry Hardy. 143 pages, indexed. Small 8vo.