New York: Dover, 1950. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in slightly worn dust jacket. by Herbert Clark Hoover and Lou Henry Hoover. Classic work first published in 1556. 289 illustrations. [xxxi], 638 pages, indexed. Tall 4to.
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Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1993. Quality trade paper edition; A FINE COPY. Translated by Wayne Grady. 286 pages. Royal 8vo.
London: MacMillan and Co., 1916. FIRST EDITION. In original publisher's green cloth with blind stamped front panel, and gilt titles; spine is bit dull; no marking internally, and binding is firm; VERY GOOD CLOTH VOLUME A novel centered in ancient Egypt and on rebirth, Blackwood often used metaphysical themes, and.....
Berkeley: Cornelius, 2005. Signed by author on title page. In quality trade paper as issued; A FINE COPY. 204 pages, , indexed. Tall 8vo.
London: First Impressions (Mandrake Press & Holmes), 1992. FIRST EDITION. Quality trade wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Illustrated front panel with Thoth Tarot image. First Impressions Series, Volume Eight. Octavo.
London: First Impressions (Mandrake Press & Holmes), 1992. Limited edition of fifty hand-numbered copies. First Impressions Series, Volume Five. Bound in leather and buckram with marbled end papers, ribbon marker, all edges gilt; VERY FINE. Kegan Paul published this volume for Crowley in 1898. 16mo.
London: Aquarian Press, 1992. In quality trade wraps; A FINE COPY without marking or crease. Edited by William Huffman. 270 pages; indexed. Octavo.
UK: Scarlet Imprint, 2012. Limited edition of 769 copies, hand-numbered. Bound in black silk with tipped paper figure on front panel; custom red end papers; A VERY FINE COPY. Edited by Peter Grey and Troy Chambers. Pen and ink drawings by Enoque Zedro with additional seals by the same artist.....
Amherst, WI: Amherst Press, 1963. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Cloth Volume in dust jacket with applied mylar. Printed with an unusual style, being black typography and orange half tones, with occasional full page plates, and yet it is a quite an attractive volume, and ripe with illustration. Bibliography. 256 pages.....
New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1965. Limited Edition of 500 Copies Only of which this is hand-numbered copy 169. Bound in green cloth with gilt titles pressed to front panels and spines; custom end papers; A VERY GOOD+ SET in slightly rubbed, but clean, dust jackets. Text is free.....
Adyar/Wheaton: Theosphical Publshing House, 1987. FINE CLOTH COPY in slightly faded dust jacket. Illustrated by Ethelwynne M. Quail. Illustrated with numerous charts, including a Foldout chart of "The Ten Sephiroth", and twenty nine color plates. [xxiii], 272 pages. Small 4to.
New York: The MacMillan Company, 1960. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. A VERY GOOD+ copy in dust jacket. Frontispiece showing the author with Alan Watts and Dr. Suzuki. 207 pages. Octavo.
Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 2006. FIRST EDITION. A Fine cloth volume in fine dust jacket. 410 pages with index. Tall 8vo.
Wheaton: The Theosophical Publishing House, 1972. FIRST EDITION. A Very Good or better Cloth Copy in dust jacket. A technical work with many fascinating notes, giving insight into the beginnings of Theosophy, and the source thereof. 308 pages. Octavo.
Glasgow: Hermetic Studies Five, 2000. Limited to 300 hand bound copies only of which this is number 68, signed. Custom end papers; bound in faux leather as per usual; gilt title; A FINE COPY. All plates colored by Adam McLean. Octavo.
Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Hardcover Volume. SUNY Series in Religious Studies. Nasr was a Traditionalist follower, and friend of Guenon and Schuon. [v], 187 pages, indexed. Tall octavo.
New York: Thames & Hudson, 1996. FINE CLOTH COPY IN DUST JACKET. With 64 illustrations. Pennick looks at the Holy sites of Britain, and their relationship to the Celtic unseen world. 224 pages, indexed. Quarto.
Boston: The Minns Lectureship Committee, 1958. Some light wear to booklet edges; tape at bottom of spine; internal free of marking; VERY GOOD. Study of Eden, myth and depth psychology, the feminine hero, etc. 67 pages. 8vo.
York Beach: Samuel Weiser, 2000. FIRST EDITION. Custom end papers; A FINE CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. 164 pages with index. Octavo.
Princeton University Press, 1974. In text wraps; VERY GOOD+ copy. Illustrated with forty four plates and 9 figures en texte. [xx], 175 pages. Octavo.
Paris: Devry-Livres, 1975. Very good+ in French fold wraps. 307 pages. Robin Waterfield's copy with his initials on the front free end paper. Text in French with bibliography. Tall 8vo.
NY: Braziller, 1976. FIRST EDITION. VERY GOOD+ cloth volume in dust jacket. 267 pages with index. Octavo.
London: Subud Brotherhood, 1960. FIRST EDITION. Browning to front free end paper; Good cloth copy in worn dust jacket. Octavo. J.G. Bennett turned to the philosophy / religion of Subud for a time after the death of Gurdjieff. He wrote a book on the subject in 1957. Scarce.
NY: Scribner, 1947. FIRST EDITION. Very Good+ Cloth Volume in dust jacket. Interesting essay among others, "William Blake and the Eighteenth Century Mythologists." Forty-seven full page plates, and 9 figures en texte. [xi], 133 pages, indexed. 8vo.
Toronto: Inner City Books, 1982. Quality papwr edition; several sections marked up; RESEARCH COPY with illustrations. A Jungian analysis. 204 pages with index. 8vo.