• Topic: Antiquarian

Matches 1-20 of 1929

Zurich: Privately Printed, October, 1933 -- July, 1935. For Private Circulation only. FIRST EDITION.

Cloth and marbled boards; A FINE VOLUME of a rare Jungian work in the original printing of the typescripts issued at the Seminar. With illustrations. Edited by Barbara Hannah and Elizabeth Welch. John Lanyard's set. Vol. 1: 77 leaves, one side. Vol. 2: 162 single sided leaves. Quarto. ... more

Price: $1,575.00

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913-28.

Pale red cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine and blind stamping to front panel; index volume is a variant; no markings or defects; bindings solid and firm throughout; A VERY GOOD+ SET. Approximately ten thousand pages, double columned. Quarto. ... more

Price: $750.00

Amstelodami (Amsterdam): Gerardus Borstius, Bibliopola, 1683. FIRST EDITION.

Bound in full vellum, but peeled at top of spine and top rear panel; early owner's signatures on front free end paper and title page in old hands; well engraved vignettes, head and tail pieces and occasional initial; minor edge and marginal stains with no text effected; A VERY GOOD... more

Price: $450.00

London: Printed for J. Newbery, at the Bible and Sun opposite the North Door in St. Paul's Church-yard; and B. Collins, Bookseller, on the New Canal in Salisbury, 1753. FIRST EDITION.

With an appendix containing some account of their various superstitious observances by astrology, prodigies, auguries, auspices, oracles, &c. in which the origin of each are pointed out. As also a short historical account of the rise of altars, sacred groves, priests, and temples. By a gentleman of Cambridge. Rebound in... more

Price: $425.00

Colorado: Falcon's Wing Press, 1961. FIRST EDITION.

Colored frontispiece; Superb mint copy with dust jacket in the original onionskin wrap applied at time of printing -- never opened, the wrapping which was done by Dr. Muses, and this volume was purchased from his library. Translated by Chang Chen Chi, former Lecturer at the Kong-ka Lamasery, Meinya, East... more

Price: $388.00

London: Vincent Stuart, 1952. FIRST TRADE EDITION.

Some foxing along fore edge; internals firm and free of marking; A Very Good or better set in the very scarce dust jackets, which have the necessary point, "In Three Volumes" below the inside blurb. The fourth and fifth volumes were published some years later. 1226 pages. Small quarto. ... more

Price: $375.00

London: John M. Watkins, 1921. FIRST EDITION.

Rubbing to the lower edge of rent panel; internals clean and free of marking; some wear and light bruising to the tips; else, A VERY GOOD CLOTH COPY with bright gilt titles. Seventy three plates. [xvii], 302 pages. Small 4to. ... more

Price: $325.00

Paris: Le Editions de Cres et Cie., 1930. FIRST EDITION.

Quarter bound in caramel calf with matching marbled boards; original title bound in; matching marbled ends; text excellent without defects; A FINE COPY. 347 pages with an excellent bibliography. Well illustrated with rare photographs including the frontispiece of Kamakura. Tall 8vo. This copy belonged to Charles Muses with his stamp... more

Price: $300.00

Edinburgh: Magnum Opus, 1980. Limited to 250 copies only, hand-bound and numbered of which this is number 214.

A FINE VOLUME, bound in a faux leather & illustrated throughout. Edited by Adam McLean. Translated by Fiona Tait. Octavo. With the rare cards originally issued with the book in 1980, still wrapped. ... more

Price: $300.00

Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1951. Third and Enlarged edition.

A FINE CLOTH COPY. Edited by C. Jinarajadasa and assisted by Elizabeth Preston. With 230 illustrations, many in color. 396 pages, plus addenda and errata. Tall Folio. ... more

Price: $295.00

St. Louis: Nixon-Jones Printing Co. (with Bechtold), 1898. Revised and enlarged edition.

Front hinges repaired and tightened, but still tender; marbled edges and end papers; internals fine and free of marking; A VERY GOOD COPY. Illustrated with steel engravings. Each section individually paginated, and collating at 771 pages. Frontispiece (portrait), illustrations, plates, and folded map. Quarto. Scarce. ... more

Price: $250.00

Laguna Hills, CA: Aegean Park Press, 1987.

In tall wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. with twenty six illustrations. 176 pages. 4to. ... more

Price: $244.00

Edmonds: Sure Fire Press (Holmes Publishing Group), 1993. Limited to 200 copies only, hand-numbered, signed by the publisher.

FINE CLOTH COPY issued without dust jacket. Engraved foldout frontispiece. Translated by John Sparrow and his cousin, John Ellistone. One of the first of Boehme's works to be made available in English, it had a powerful effect on the thought of the mid-17th century. Includes two additional offerings: "The Clavis"... more

Price: $244.00

NY: Garland Publishing, 1976.

A FINE CLOTH COPY. Reprint of the edition printed for S. Waterson, London, of the translation by Robert Dallington[?] of the first part of "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili". From Garland's superb series, The Renaissance and the Gods, of which this was number 15. Garland issued fifty three rare titles in fifty five... more

Price: $225.00

Paris: Garnier Freres, 1886. Second edition, revue et corrigee.

A VERY GOOD+ COPY. Colored frontispiece under tissue with three additional color plates and many additional illustrations, 178 wood cuts. Bound in caramel goat and boards with custom marbled ends; light rubbing to the edges, but binding is firm; internals fine and free of defect or marking; Small 4to. ... more

Price: $225.00

New York: Oxford University Press, 1916. FIRST EDITION.

Bookplate; A FINE CLOTH COPY. Frontispiece of Andrae under tissue. Translated from the Latin, with historical introduction, by Felix Emil Held. [xi], 287 pages, indexed. Octavo. ... more

Price: $225.00

Edmonton: Mystic Rose, 2001. FIRST EDITION.

Small quarto, MINT HARDCOVER VOLUME. Bound in blue buckram with gilt titles. An attempt to reveal the Archetype of Reality through the eyes of ancient sacred architecture, physical reality on the atomic level, and through some well-known works of art, including DaVinci's Mona Lisa. lii, 98 pages. Nicely done piece... more

Price: $225.00

London: Printed for Ben. Griffin, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor, at the Stationer's Hall, 1687. FIRST EDITION.

Rebound in marbled boards and leather backstrip with label; binding as new; internals show light browning but are uniformly clean with no loss to trim; A FINE COPY. Part I: 59 pages. Part II: 78 pages. Unusual to find both parts as they were issued separately as pamphlets, and disputed... more

Price: $225.00

Los Angeles: Hall Publishing, 1931-32. Limited edition of 3000 copies of which this is unnumbered.

Signed by MPH on front free end paper; second signature by previous owner above Mr. Hall's; bound in cloth and boards with titles in red on front panel; minor shelf wear and rubbing to edges and panels; else, a VERY GOOD+ COPY in small folio. Illustrated by J. Augustus Knapp... more

Price: $225.00

Edinburgh: Magnum Opus, 1980. Limited to 250 copies only, hand-bound and numbered of which this is number 214.

A FINE VOLUME, hand-bound in a faux leather, Iillustrated throughout. Edited by Adam McLean. Translated by Fiona Tait. 65 pages. Octavo. ... more

Price: $225.00