New York: The Free Press, 1965. Quality trade paper edition; FINE COPY. 475 pages, indexed. Excellent sections on Witchcraft and the symbolic psychology of the Navaho.
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New York: The Macmillan Company 1971. First American Edition. Sun fading beneath jacket, just the bottom of spine; else, A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY in nice dust jacket. With illustrations. 222 pages. Octavo.
York Beach: Samuel Weiser, 1998. A FINE COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET with tables and diagrams. 321 pages with index. Royal 8vo. Two volumes bound as one.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1990. FIRST EDITION. A FINE cloth copy in fine dust jacket. 299 pages with index. Tall 8vo.
Edmonds: Holmes Publishing Group, 2006. Second edition, revised. In original black and silver wraps; A FINE COPY. Kabbalistic-Grimoire Series III. 44 pages. Octavo.
Calgary: Societas Hermetica L.V.X. Aurea-Rubeae, [March-April-May] 1993. Two pamphlets in vinyl protector; FINE COPIES. Early work by Darcy Kuntz of the Golden Dawn Trust. Edited by Frater D.E.U. 8vo.
Edmonds, WA: Holmes Publishing Group, 1996. FIRST EDITION. A FINE COPY. Limited edition bound in white binder's buckram, sewn and archival, with custom end papers, Unnumbered PC, initialed by the publsher. 192 pages. Tall octavo.
New York: George Braziller, 1987. FIRST EDITION. A Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Illustrated. [xiv], 222 pages, indexed. Tall 8vo.
Llewellyn, 2010. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH SET IN FINE DUST JACKETS. Vol. I: 308 pages. Vol. II: 590 pages. Illustrated. 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.
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.
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: 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: 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.
Bristol: ODTAA Company, no date [c1950]. In side-bound wraps as issued showing rust at the staples; printed text in green ink and an interesting hand drawn multi-colored cover; VERY GOOD COPY of a scarce item by the compiler of the "The Secret Rituals of Turiel". 28 pages. 8vo.
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 numbered copies only. FINE CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. Illustrated with seldom seen photographs. A 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.
No place, n.d. [circa 1935]. Issued as a pamphlet, and in a largely abridged version, of the famous magical work. VERY GOOD+. Scarce and unusual. 8vo.
Paris: Didier et Cie, 1860. Some foxing throughout; edge of spine shows an old repair, but binding most firm; marginal annotations of interest by Dr. Charles Muses, whose name is stamped on front pastedown; VERY GOOD+ or better volume in 19th century buckram. Text in French. [iv], 450 pages. Small.....
San Francisco: Harper-Collins Publishers, 1994. FIRST EDITION. Edge mark; else, A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH VOLUME in dust jacket. 409 pages with bibliography. Royal 8vo.