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  • Author: Crowley, Aleister.

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London: First Impressions (Mandrake Press & Holmes), 1993. Limited to 50 hand-numbered copies.

A FINE COPY in deLuxe binding of leather and marbled boards. A facsimile edition of Crowley's personal copy from the Yorke collection edition with his notes, marginalia, corrections, and signature page. Combined with the twelve original copperplate engravings by Jean de Bosschere, but unlike other editions, these twelve engravings are... more

Price: $169.00

Chicago: Teitan Press, 1995.

A FINE COPY in quarter cloth and boards binding. Edited, with a Foreword, by Martin Starr. Frontispiece of Baudelaire by Henri Matisse, plus eight additional full page drawings Small 4to. ... more

Price: $49.00

Chicago: Teitan Press, 1995.

A FINE COPY in quarter cloth and boards binding. 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. ... more

Price: $49.00

York Beach: Red Wheel / Weiser, 2002. FIRST EDITION.

A FINE COPY with illustrated panels. Errata bound in front matter. Edited by Hymenaeus Beta. [xliv], 596 pages. Quarto. ... more

Price: $111.00

York Beach: Teitan Press, 2010. Limited edition of 777 hand numbered copies.

A FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN DUST JACKET. Illustrated with rare photographs. Edited, with an Introduction, by Henrik Bogdan. Foreword by Tony Matthews. Curwen's work under the pseudonym, Lapidus, remains a classic of 20th century alchemy. [xlviii], 136 pages, indexed. Tall 8vo. ... more

Price: $49.00

Nashville: Thelema Publishing Company, 1981. FIRST EDITION.

Small Pax West stamp on fore and bottom edge; else, A FINE COPY in lightly used dust jacket. Among the gems in this volume are some of the rarest of AC's writings, including the Bagh-I-Muattar, the Paris Working, the Wake World, plus a splendid editorial by Motta in which he... more

Price: $275.00

Canberra, Australia: Thelema Publishing Company, 1990. Scarce Enlarged Second Edition.

A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in a slightly soiled, but fully intact, dust jacket. Enlarged and enhanced edition of the 1975 work by Motta, including a facsmile of the original "Book of the Law" as well as his Rogue's Gallery of Thelemic no goods. [xxii], 456 pages, indexed, [ii]. Small 4to.... more

Price: $275.00

Nashville: Thelema Publishing Company, 1980. FIRST EDITION.

Small Pax West stamp on edges; else, A FINE COPY in lightly chipped dust jacket. Commentaries, poetry, an editorial by Motta, five diagrams, a commentary on the Classic of Purity, plus a commentary on Yi Jing of more than 200 pages. [xvii], 481 pages, [ii]. Small 4to. ... more

Price: $300.00

Nashville: Thelema Publishing Company, 1979. FIRST EDITION.

Custom end papers; A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in a very good dust jacket. Some of the contents are: OTO Manifesto; Crowley and Motta's Commentary on Liber LXV which runs 260 pages, plus a further commentary on Liber CCXXXI: A Personal Research by Marcelo Ramos Motta; and additional text, poetry, reviews,... more

Price: $275.00

Thame: IHO Books, 1999. FIRST EDITION.

In custom wraps as issued; A FINE COPY of a scarce, notorious and valuable work. Includes Crowley's initiation rituals with instructional texts, and the scarce, explicit Emblems with their Mode of Use, Also, the secret signs and words relating to the IXth degree, 10th degree raiment and robes, etc. Much... more

Price: $1,200.00

London: Neville Spearman, 1979. FIRST EDITION.

A Very Good Cloth Copy, free of marking, in well worn, now mylar protected dust jacket. Edited by Stephen Skinner who writes, "These diaries were written by Aleister Crowley after his expulsion by Mussolini from his abbey of Thelema in Cefalu in Sicily. The records consolidate the work which Crowley... more

Price: $69.00

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. ... more

Price: $95.00

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 Studies Series V. Adrian Axworthy, general editor. ... more

Price: $7.95

Edmonds: Holmes Publishing Group, 2001.

Custom monograph; A FINE COPY. Limited to nine hand-numbered copies, initialed by the publisher on the verso. ... more

Price: $69.00

Thame, UK: Mandrake Press Limited, 1992. FIRST EDITION, and Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies.

Beautifully designed and illustrated. FINE CLOTH VOLUME in fine dust jacket. Introduction by Lawrence Sutin. Edited by A.R. Naylor. Octavo. ... more

Price: $90.00

Holmes Publishing Group, 2001.

Hand bound monograph with parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. Crowley's mystical and magical study of the drug. "Nature teaches us, and the Oracles also affirm, that even the evil germs of matter may alike become useful and good." - Zoroaster. Hand bound wraps with parchment overlay. Crowley-Thelema series I. Edited,... more

Price: $9.95

Holmes Publishing Group, 2001.

Hand bound monograph with parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. With ten magickal illustrations and tables. On the mysteries of the Thirty Aethyrs (or Circles) of Existence. Edited by Adrian Axworthy. Crowley-Thelema Series II. ... more

Price: $7.95

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. ... more

Price: $175.00

London: First Impressions, 1992 (Mandrake Press & Holmes). Limited edition of 50 hand-numbered copies only. First Impressions Series, Volume Three.

Quarter-bound in leather and buckram with marbled end papers and ribbon marker. A FINE, UNCIRCULATED COPY. 16mo. ... more

Price: $93.00

London: First Impressions (Mandrake Press & Holmes), 1992. Limited edition of 50 copies only, hand-numbered and bound in quarter leather, gilt edges, marbled ends, and ribbon marker. First Impressions Series, Volume Four.

VERY FINE COPY, uncirculated. The Poetry Review called this "a blood thirsty, lecherous play wherein the intoxication of blood, of words, of hysteria, of lust takes the place of imagination." Small square 4to. 121 pages. Number 36/50. ... more

Price: $93.00