Holmes Publishing Group, 1994. Hand bound monograph with parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. Well done analysis which captures the initiatory drama of the Quest of the Grail. Includes numerous references to the works of Frater Perdurabo (Aleister Crowley). Crowley-Thelema Studies series VII. Edited by Adrian Axworthy.
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Holmes Publishing Group, 1988. Hand bound monograph with parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. A work designed by the famed book artisan, Will Ransom. The quotations attributed to the Star-Goddess in this volume are from Liber Al vel Legis. Crowley-Thelema Studies Series XI. Adrian Axworthy (ed.).
Chicago: Teitan Press, 1995. A FINE COPY, bound in quarter cloth and custom boards. Translated by Aleister Crowley. Edited, with a foreword, by Martin Starr. Frontispiece of Baudelaire by Henri Matisse, plus eight additional full page drawings. Small 4to.
Seattle: Night of Pan Books, 2017. Limited to 93 copies only. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Annotations by Michael Kolson. 16 pages. 8vo.
UK: Orange Box, 2011. Limited to 666 copies with signed card (Cole) laid in. Tall quarto in wraps as issued; illustrated; A FINE COPY in original plastic protector. Introduction by Sandy Robertson, Edited by Sadie Sparkes. Thirty-three facsimile reproductions of rare articles relating to Aleister Crowley, drawn from a variety.....
Berkeley: Cornelius, 1997. LIMITED FIRST EDITION: 156 copies only. In oversize wraps as issued; VERY FINE COPY printed on fiber text. 215 pages. Superb bibliographical citations -- indispensable for the collector or critic. Small quarto.
Issue No. 9. Berkeley: Cornelius, 2001. LIMITED FIRST EDITION: 156 copies only. In oversize wraps as issued; VERY FINE COPY printed on fibre text. 213 pages. Small quarto.
Berkeley: Cornelius, 1996. LIMITED FIRST EDITION: 156 copies only. In oversize wraps as issued; VERY FINE COPY printed on fiber text. 201 pages. Small quarto.
Stockholm: Edda Publishing, 2013. Limited to 418 hand numbered copies. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN FINE DUST JACKET, beautifully bound in pink cloth. Edited, with an introduction, by Vere Chappel. Illustrated by Fredrik Söderberg with thirty-eight pages of new art. While at his Scottish retreat Boleskine in 1903, Aleister Crowley.....
London: Neptune Press, 1976. Limited, facsimile edition of 500 numbered copies in oversized wraps as issued. FINE COPY. With original compositions by Auguste Rodin. Crowley used the pseudonym, H.D.Carr, in this work. Tall 4to.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1995. Custom hand bound monograph with special frosted parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. Aleister's personal and philosophical observations at the Old Absinthe House in New Orleans, circa World War I. Absinthe is a green liqueur with an anise or licorice taste. It's high alcohol content made it.....
UK: Mandrake Press booklet 21, 1991. In tall quarto wraps; A FINE COPY. Obituary program handed out at Crowley's funeral service. Published originally at Brighton in 1947. Out of Print.
Thame: Mandrake Press Limited, 1992. FIRST MANDRAKE EDITION; Mandrake Press Booklet 17. In the stitched wraps; A FINE COPY. Originally issued by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. in 1899. Out of Print. Tall 4to.
Holmes Publishing Group LLC. Hand bound monograph with parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. Crowley's views on prohibition are certainly entertaining though it is suspected very few readers were amused at the time. Very jocular piece and informative about the drug's use in New York during the period after World War.....
Holmes Publishing Group, 2009. A FINE COPY, hand bound monograph with special overlay in frosted parchment. Crowley's study and speculation on an elusive essence so often at the center of spiritual work, an energy similar in kind to Gurdjieff's ancient "hvareno", the stuff of kings. Also, Crowley's dramatization of the.....
London: Mandrake Press & Holmes, 1992. First Facsimile Edition. In plain black cloth with gilt titles; A FINE COPY. Made from a fine copy of the original 1909-13 edition. and is exact to the source. Tall 8vo.
London: Mandrake Press & Holmes, 1992. First Facsimile Edition. In plain black cloth with gilt titles; A FINE COPY. Made of the original 1909-13 edition and is exact to the source. With the manuscript of "The Book of the Law" tipped in precisely as positioned by Crowley in the first.....
Holmes Publishing Group, 1988. Hand bound monograph with parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. A most detailed analysis of the Universe of Kabbalistic symbolism and of number. Crowley-Thelema Series IV. Adrian Axworthy, general editor.
Thame, UK: Mandrake Press Limited, 1992. FIRST EDITION, and Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies. Beautifully designed and illustrated; A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in fine dust jacket. With an introduction by Lawrence Sutin. Edited by A.R. Naylor. 122 pages, [ii]. Octavo.
Sequim: Holmes Publishing Group LLC, 2009. A FINE COPY, hand bound in custom papers with a Patapar overlay. The original Enochian calls related to the scrying of Dee and Kelly, with tables and the English translation. Crowley - Thelema Studies series number 10. Edited, with new annotations, by Adrian Axworthy.....
Holmes Publishing Group, 1989. Hand bound monograph with special parchment overlay. A FINE COPY. Crowley's geomantic study is an important tool of magic and divination. With tables and charts of instructions. Crowley-Thelema Series V. Adrian Axworthy, general editor.
Thame: Mandrake Press, 1991. Black Lodge 5. A FINE COPY in wraps as issued. Pictorial Cover. Out of Print. Octavo.
Thame: Mandrake Press, 1991. Booklet Series number 35. A FINE COPY in wraps as issued. Out of Print. Octavo.
Thame: Mandrake Press, 1991. Black Lodge Booklet Series number 5. A FINE COPY in wraps as issued. Out of Print. Octavo.
London: The Mid-Atlantic Press (Mandrake Press & Holmes), 1992. Limited to fifty copies, hand-numbered, of which this is number 26. A FINE COPY, quarter bound in leather and boards with silk ribbon marker, and special marbled end papers. 111 pages. Tall Octavo.