Paris: Bibliotheque Chacornac, 1898. FIRST EDITION. In tied wraps as issued; some pencil lining; GOOD RESEARCH COPY. Cover and title page vignette of Phoenix. Text in French. Bibliotheque Rosicruciene, Premiere Series -- No. 6. 109 pages. Small 8vo.
Alchemy & Hermetica
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Cambridge University Press, 1999. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN FINE DUST JACKET. With fifty illustrations and figures detailing the use of alchemical symbols across many disciplines from the ancient world to contemporary times. 249 pages. 4to.
Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, 1972. One panel shows a modicum paint residue perhaps for being laid on wet surface; internals clean and free of marking; binding firm; A VERY GOOD+ COPY in library buckram, sewn. Ahonen's Dsissertation. Illustrated. [x], 301 leaves. Scarce. Octavo.
Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1958. FIRST EDITION. VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY in spine faded dust jacket. Translated from the Latin Borgnet Edition by Sister Virginia Heines, Professor of Chemistry at Nazareth College, Louisville. Foreword by Pearl Kibre. Illustrated, [xxii], 79 pages. Bibliography. )ctavo.
Salt Lake City: Paracelsus Research Society, 1976. FIRST EDITION, limited 500 copies of which this is hand written number 265. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in complete illustrated dust jacket with light rubbing along the jacket spine. 167 pages. Tall 8vo. Always scarce, a most difficult find.
Lichtenstein: Interlibrum Vaduz, 1975. In tall wraps as issued; A VERY GOOD COPY with splendid illustrations. From the Interlibrum's Catalogues 261 & 262. 351 annotated listings. Small 4to.
Lichtenstein: Interlibrum Vaduz, 1975. In tall wraps as issued; Very Good or better copy with splendid illustrations. Taken from Catalogues 261 & 262. 351 annotated listings. Small 4to.
Edinburgh: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1984. Limited to 250 numbered copies. Hand-bound in full faux leather; A FINE COPY. Signed by Adam McLean who wrote the introduction. With an Appendix titled:: "The Parabola of Hinricus Madathanus Theosophus." With the text of the 1690 Foxcroft translation, revised and modernized, by Deirdre.....
Edinburgh: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1980. Limited to 250 copies of which this is number 219, signed (15 February, 1980) and hand bound by Adam McLean. A FINE VOLUME bound in faux leather as per usual. With all plates and illustrations. Edited, with a Commentary, by Adam McLean. Translated by.....
Paris: Rene Baudoin, 1965. FIRST EDITION. Fifteen oversize loose plates laid into illustrated cover sleeve as issued; A FINE SET. Small folio.
Amity, NY: Amity House, 1985. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN FINE DUST JACKET. The first printing was issued in French in 1967. Translated into English by Robert Powell. [xii], 658 pages. Royal 8vo. Superb content without qualification.
New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1967. A FINE PREMIUM CLOTH VOLUME issued without dust jacket. Folding plate, and other illustrations as appearing in the London, 1652 edition. With an introduction by Allen G. Debus. Contributors include: Thomas Norton, George Ripley, Geoffrey Chaucer, John Daston, Pearce the Black Monke, Richard Carpenter.....
Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1968. A FINE COPY in the original onion skin protector. Preface of eight pages by C.H. Josten, the Ashmolean scholar. [viii], 486 pages, [viii], with index appended. Octavo.
Reading, UK: Addison-Wesley, 1973. First Edition. VERY GOOD+ VOLUME in dust jacket. Illustrated. 124 pages. 8vo.
Los Angeles: At the Press of the Pegacycle Lady [William Dailey] for the Globe Book Store [Michael Goth], 1975. Limited edition to 250 numbered copies of which this is number 105. A FINE COPY, bound in quarter linen cloth and marbled boards with spine label. No dust jacket was issued.....
San Francisco: Sapere Aude Metaphysical Republishers, 1983. Limited edition of 550 numbered copies. Bound in full polished calf with marble end papers, all edges gilt, silk ribbon marker, and numbered. A FINE COPY. Color work and red/black printing, and one double-page color plate of the Uroborous. The first part of.....
Edmonds: Alchemical Press, 1985. Limited edition of nine copies, signed and numbered by the publisher on the verso, this is number five. In wraps as issued; A Fine Monograph in custom papers. The list of works auctioned by Hitchcock from his alchemical library. General Hitchcock's annotations are interspersed. Out of.....
London: Neville Spearman, 1975. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Cloth Edition in fine dust jacket. Translated by Robin Campbell. Twenty one photographic full page plates showing the alchemical process, plus three figures and a table. 160 pages. Octavo.
London: Charles H. Kelly, 1903. First Edition. Bookplate; binding firm, no markings; VERY GOOD cloth copy. With a catalogue of Lull's works [xi], 172 pages, publisher's catalogue appended. Small 8vo. Scarce.
London: John Watkins, 1955. Limited edition of 250 copies. A FINE COPY in fine dust jacket. Barrett as author has always been a controversial issue. Robert Watt named him such first, but many others have questioned this citation, including Waite. 384 pages. plus two page contents appended. Octavo.
London: J.M. Dent, 1909. Edges nicely deckled; A VERY GOOD OR BETTER CLOTH VOLUME. Partial contents: Papermaking and the Albigenses; Religious Emblems; Emblems of the Deity; Romaunt Emblems; "The Philosopher's Gold"; The Kabbalah; The Invention of Printing; Printers' Devices; The Transference of Woodblocks; Tricks of Obscurity. 409 figures en texte.....
Gillette, NJ: Heptangle Books, 1983. FIRST EDITION. Red/black title page; Letterpress printing; A FINE COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Preface by Hans Nintzel. [xv], 146 pages with index. Small octavo.
Temple Lodge Press, 1989. Quality paper edition; A FINE COPY. Bennell and Wyatt were connected to, and influenced by Steiner's Anthroposophy. 72 pages, 8vo.
Stroud, UK: The Michael Press, 1965. In French fold wraps; A FINE COPY with illustrated panel. Bennell and Wyatt were connected to, and influenced by Steiner's Anthroposophy. 72 pages, 8vo.
Paris: Editions Dangles, 1960. Originally published in German in 1948. In sewn wraps as issued; pictorial front panel; lightly rubbed, no marking; VERY GOOD+. Octavo. Translated by Anne Forestier. Introduction by Dr. Henri Hunwald. 194 pages.