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Weiser Antiquarian Books, February 2013.

Catalogue Archive Page.

About Our "On-Line Catalogues."

This is Weiser's eighty-ninth year of business as full time specialist sellers of esoteric books. For many decades the company issued printed catalogues, however, the high costs involved and the advent of the internet brought an end to these, and for some years we only listed our books on various internet book-sites and directly on to our own website. In January 2006 will also began to issue regular on-line catalogues devoted to various of our specialist subjects, as well as regular "miscellany" lists.

Whilst we regularly add stock to the 10,000 books currently listed on our main website these special on-line catalogues give us the opportunity to present collections or groups of related items in a more detailed and sympathetic context than the normal website allows, and also enable us to give our established customers first choice at some of the more interesting new arrivals. Most of the catalogues are put together around the works of a particular author or theme: say books by Aleister Crowley or books on Alchemy for example, although others might simply list a selection of new arrivals, or books that have come from a specific collection. The items in the catalogues are not advertised elsewhere - in the main body of our website or on other bookselling sites - for at least a day after the new catalogue has been posted on-line. If you are not already on our "subscriber's list" and would like to be notified by email when we post a new catalogue on-line, please send an email with 'subscribe' in the subject line to books@weiserantiquarian.com Of course susbscription is free and you can have your name removed from the list at any time simply by asking, and we will not re-supply your details to anyone.

For a time we archived all of our old catalogues on-line, however this lead to some confusion and disappointment amongst those who find their way to the site indirectly - via google for example - and did not realise that they were looking at archived listings and not our main website or the current on-line catalogue. To try to minimise possible misunderstandings, we now archive only our most recent five catalogues. At the time of archiving them we have marked off all the items that have already SOLD, and replaced prices of the remaining items with the words "Please check our website for current availability." If an item is marked this way but is not listed on our main website: http://www.weiserantiquarian.com it is probably safe to assume that it has sold, however you can always send us an enquiry by email, or phone us to be sure. If doing this, please tell us the item's author, title, and the 'unique book number' (the number in brackets at the end of the listing).

At present we issue about two catalogues a month, with occasional email updates of new-releases etc. Again, to received notifications of these catalogues and other updates simply send us an email with "subscribe" in the subject line to books@weiserantiquarian.com

A full list of our earlier on-line catalogues can be found below.

To see all books that are currently available, please go to our website http://www.weiserantiquarian.com where we have a searchable database of over 10,000 used and rare books, letters, manuscripts, and artworks that we currently have available for sale.

Archived Copies of our most recent six "On-Line Catalogues."
(In reverse order, with the most recent catalogue first)

Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Six: Israel Regardie and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Used and Rare Books (Part II).

The one-hundred-and-twenty-sixth of our on-line catalogues was the second of two devoted to the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, as well as various of its offshoots including the Independent and Rectified Order R.R. et A.C., the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross, and the Stella Matutina. The catalogue also includes a good selection of works by one of the most famous initiates of the Stella Matutina, Israel Regardie, whose experience within that Order led to the publication of his landmark compilation, The Golden Dawn, An Account of the Teachings, Rites, and Ceremonies of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and was reflected in many of his own writings.

The majority of the books are from the library of a well-known English book-collector who is downsizing due to chronic lack of shelf (and floor) space. The collection includes many of the standard studies of the Golden Dawn, historical, theoretical and practical, by a variety of well-known authors including R. A. Gilbert, Ellic Howe, R. A. Torrens, Chic & Tabatha Cicero, Darcy Kuntz, Pat Zalewski, and others, as well as various works by members of the original Order. Aside from mostly being in pristine condition, the books are distinguished by the fact that many are signed or inscribed by their authors or editors.

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Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Five: Used and Rare Books.
A Miscellany.

The one-hundred-and-twenty-fifth of our on-line catalogues was another of our "miscellany" lists, comprising a typically eclectic selection of mostly recent arrivals. Unlike our usual themed catalogues some of the listings that follow are organised under subject-titles first, which are then followed by the author's name and the book's title (please note that if ordering from our website the best way to locate the book is to search for the unique book number, which is located next to the price in the listing). Needless to say the selection of "subject" is at best rather arbitrary, and subjects often overlap, meaning that - for example - books on alchemy are by no means found exclusively under the "alchemy" heading. The subjects, and some of the authors, are:

Alchemy, Ancient Greek Religion and Magic, Astral Projection, Babylonian Magic, Aubrey Beardsley, Clifford Whittingham Beers, Wilbur D. Birdwood, Book of Enoch, Byzantine Magic, Byzantium, Cartomancy, Celibacy - Religious, Cheiro, Moncure Daniel Conway, Cretan Cults, John Dee, Thomas De Quincey, Demonic Possession, Demonology, The Devil, Edda, Druids, Charles Alexander Eastman, Egyptian Religion, Eric Ericson, Gnosticism, Arthur Guirdham, Gwalior, Sven Hedin, Hell, Herodotus, William James, C. G. Jung, Joan Grant & Denys Kelsey, Robert Kirk, C. G. Jung, J. Krishnamurti, Paul Oskar Kristeller, Sir Ray Lankester, John Layard, Eliphas Levi, Mary L. Lewes, Vladimir Lossky, Machu Picchu, Magic: History, Sir James Marchant, Medicine, Mysticism, Mythology, Occultism, Nagarjuna, Orpheus, Palestine, Platonism, Porphyry, Morton Prince, Sax Rohmer, Sacred Geometry, Satanism, Semitic Myth and Religion, Sexual Folklore, William F. Skene, Timothy D'Arch Smith, Oswald Spengler, Spiritualism, Montague Summers, Supernatural Fiction, Tarot, John F. Thomas, Keith Thomas, Lynn Thorndike, Johannes Trithemius, Voodoo, Arthur Edward Waite, Alan Watts, Witchcraft.

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Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Four: Spiritualism, the Occult, and Psychical Research.
Used and Rare Books.

The one hundred-and-twenty-fourth of our on-line catalogues is the first of a number of lists featuring books on Spiritualism, the Occult, and Psychical Research from the library of the late Dr. Michael Coleman, an English scientist, author and researcher who was also an avid book-collector with a life-long interest in these subjects.

The collection is particularly strong in signed, inscribed, and association copies. Perhaps the most extraordinary of these is a copy of a work attributed to: "H!!!!! " [Rev. H. R. Haweis?], Not Silent - If Dead - Through the Mediumship of Parma (1912) which purports to have been posthumously signed by its spirit author, who also reveals his identity in a rather shakily penned note on the title-page. More conventionally inscribed books include Eric J. Dingwall, & Trevor H. Hall's Four Modern Ghosts (1958). With a presentation inscription by Trevor Hall, in which he expresses his "regret at seeing no ghost at York, no noises at Selby" and advises that this is "One of 3 advance copies" of the book. An exceedingly scarce study of "the Ghosts of Trianon" (sometimes cited as "The Versailles Time Slip" or "the Moberly-Jourdain Incident"); Landale Johnston's, The Trianon Case: A Review of the Evidence (1945) has a simple pencil inscription "Xmas 1945, from the author" on the front blank.

Perhaps the most poignant of the books is a copy of Sir Oliver Lodge's, Christopher: A Study in Human Personality (1918), a tribute by Lodge and fellow-Spiritualist Winifred Tennant, to her son Christopher, a young British Officer killed in action in 1917, and less directly to all the young men killed in the carnage of the Great War. This copy is simply inscribed (by Winifred Tennant), "from Christopher's Mother, 1927" on the front free endpaper. A copy of Lodge's Making of Man: A Study in Evolution (1924) is inscribed to the scientist, mathematician and controversial Anglican bishop Ernest William Barnes: "To Canon Barnes with the author's friendly regards, [signed] Oliver Lodge. Easter 1924", whilst a copy of Reason and Belief (1911) is inscribed by Sir Oliver Lodge to: "Robert Lodge, with love from the Author. OJL. 4 Dec 1911", the inscription being most likely to Sir Oliver's uncle, Robert, who is mentioned as supplying a watch which Sir Oliver used in an experiment with the medium Mrs. Leonora Piper.

Other rarities include a truly exceptional copy of the first edition of the Autobiography of Emma Hardinge Britten (1900), and a defective, but still charming copy of J. H. Brown's Spectropia; or Surprising Spectral Illusions showing Ghosts Everywhere and of any Colour (1864) in which the author sought to counter the "absurd follies of spiritualism" by presenting a series of optical illusions of ghostly images, with the idea of making the reader more skeptical about other appearances. A different kind of danger associated with Spiritualism – that of imprisonment – is discussed in the Spiritualists' National Union's Report of Deputation from The Spiritualists' National Union to The Home Office, 27th July, 1943 - With appendices containing: The Witchcraft Act, 1735. The Vagrancy Act, 1824. Monck v. Hilton Judgment, 1877 (1944) which was aimed at having material prejudicial to Spiritualists (who were sometimes classed as Fortune Tellers) removed from the Vagrancy Act, and at having the Witchcraft Act (which criminalised the pretense of witchcraft) similarly altered or withdrawn.

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Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Three: Magick and the Occult.
Including Limited and Deluxe Editions from Several Private Collections.

The one hundred-and-twenty-third of our on-line catalogues comprised a varied selection of books - ranging from scholarly editions of mediaeval grimoires to working texts by modern practitioners - gathered from several private collections.

As is well-known, the last two decades have witnessed an upsurge in occult publishing, with many small presses producing limited and deluxe editions, a number of which are both splendid examples of the publisher's craft, and talismans in their own right. This catalogue has an excellent selection of these very special works, including publications by Golden Hoard, Ixaxaar, Scarlet Imprint, Society for Esoteric Endeavour, Teitan Press, Xoanon Publishing and others. Many of the deluxe editions were produced in genuinely tiny editions, often less than 150 copies, and were specially-bound in exotic materials.

Scattered throughout these recent publications are a selection of interesting earlier works, including a charming early nineteenth century edition of Les admirables Secrets d'Albert le Grand, a first edition of the Arthur Edward Waite edited The Mysteries of Magic: A Digest of the Writings of Éliphas Lévi (1886), the Montague Summers edition of Ludovico Maria Sinistrari's Demoniality (1927), the first edition of Leo Vinci's GMICALZOMA! An Enochian Dictionary (1976) which includes the preface by Madeline Montalban that was omitted from later printings; along with various other works.

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Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Two: Aleister Crowley. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

The one hundred-and-twenty-second of our on-line catalogues, was another of our specialised Aleister Crowley lists.

The catalogue comprises our usual mixed selection, ranging from relatively recent reprints to some genuine rarities. Amongst the more unusual books are a copy of what is arguably the most handsome book published by Crowley during his lifetime: The Book of Thoth (1944) limited to 200 signed and numbered copies; as well as a First Edition of The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King (1904) resplendent in a later black full-leather binding; and a copy of The Winged Beetle (1910), limited to 300 numbered copies thus, a work which famously has an alarming and blasphemous alternate meaning encrypted in its dedication. Also unusual are a near-fine copy of Book 4, Part I (1912), a proof copy of The Equinox, Vol. I No V (1911), and a copy of the "leather-bound" issue of the 1981 Thelema Publishing edition of The Book of the Law, limited to 200 copies. Somewhat quirkier items include two original metal printing blocks for the spine and cover titling of the 1976 Thelema publications edition of "The Book of the Law" and a selection of different editions of Leah Sublime, including the infamous Scratch 'n' Sniff Leah Sublime (1996), whose instigator, the appositely pseudonymed Frater Pheremone assured that there really was a scent underneath each of the paper swatches (although perhaps mercifully, whatever odour there was seems unlikely to have survived the passing of time).

A small collection of quite remarkable ephemera, all in Crowley's handwriting, includes some particularly interesting items, such as a picture postcard of "Voo-doo's Bar" in 1930s Berlin sent by Crowley to Colonel J. F. C. Carter, of Scotland Yard, in which he jokes about his own activities as an informant and Carter's concerns for Maria Theresa de Mirimar; and a rough draft of a letter in which "the Beast" accuses a doctor of malpractice, quite possibly on the basis that he had performed abortions, to which Crowley was strongly opposed. Two letters, both signed, from Crowley to Frieda Harris, shed light on their relationship, with one including his musings on his new lodgings, and the other his thoughts on progress with the tarot. A selection of works with contributions by Crowley, includes a number of very scarce magazines with pieces by and about him, including a bound volume of The Idler (1909) which contains the first publication of the short story "The Drug" which was not only the first short story to be sold by Crowley but probably one of the first accounts of a "psychedelic experience" to be published in England.

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Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-One: Austin Osman Spare. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

The one hundred-and-twenty first of our on-line catalogues was devoted to books by and about the remarkable English artist and occultist Austin Osman Spare. Whilst preparing this catalogue we happened to look back through our files and discovered that it is just over eight years since we released the first of our catalogues devoted to Spare's life and work, our On-line Catalogue # 4, which we released on May 15th, 2006, the fiftieth anniversary of the death of this extraordinarily talented individual. Although we did not realise it at the time, it was later pointed out to us that our catalogue was probably the first ever bookseller's catalogue to be devoted entirely to works by and about Spare.

We were happy to continue this tradition with Catalogue # 121, which includes examples of most of Spare's own published work along with many significant studies of his life, art and magic. As is well known Spare’s first editions were usually privately published in beautifully-produced limited edition printings, resplendent with his beguiling illustrations and profound and challenging text, and we are pleased to present two of them here, his magical masterwork The Book of Pleasure (Self-Love) The Psychology of Ecstasy (1913), and a signed first edition of his often-enigmatic A Book Of Satyrs (1907). Of course Spare was also well-known as the editor of two sumptuous literary and artistic journals published in the nineteen-teens and 'twenties; Form and The Golden Hind, and the catalogue lists copies of both, including some truly rare issues of Form and some examples of the signed limited edition of The Golden Hind. Even more stunning, though, is a run of issues of a journal called The Bond (1906), which includes a previously unrecorded contribution by Austin Osman Spare. Other treasures include a set of Spare's Surrealist Racing Forecast Cards (one of only 26 known sets), and a copy of one of the rarest early Spare-related titles, Warren Retlaw's The Youth and the Sage (1927). Another magnificent volume is the posthumously-published A Book of Automatic Drawing, of which several variants are offered, including one of the Catalpa Press / Teitan Press reissues, limited to 40 copies, printed on hand-made paper and bound in black quarter-leather, with an original cheque signed by Spare tipped onto the limitation page.

The illustration on the upper right is from A Book Of Satyrs (1907), Item # (47859): in the catalogue.

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Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty: Witchcraft. Used and Rare Books.

The one hundred and twentieth of our on-line catalogues was once more on the subject of Witchcraft, with most of the works relating to what might loosely be termed "The Western Witchcraft Tradition," spanning the period from the late Middle-Ages, through the European and American witch trials, to the modern witchcraft revival. Most of the books are quite modestly priced used works from the second half of the twentieth century, although there are some rarities scattered throughout.

The rarities include a copy of Robert Calef's scathing account of the Salem witchcraft trials More Wonders of the Invisible World: or The Wonders of the Invisible World Displayed (Salem, 1796) and an extremely rare edition (limited to only 50 copies) of Michael Smith's, The True Story of Father Girard and Miss Cadiere (1840) which recounts the sagas of Catherine Cadière and Jean-Baptiste Girard, subjects of what is commonly regarded as the last of the French witch trials and the last public examination of a case of "possession." The works of the witch-hunters themselves are represented by a number of handsome limited editions edited by the remarkable Reverend Montague Summers. These include Henry Boguet, An Examen of Witches (1929), Richard Bovet, Pandaemonium (1951); Nicholas Remy, Demonolatry (1930); and Jacobus Sprenger & Henry Kramer, Malleus Maleficarum (1928).

Another work of considerable rarity is a first edition of Charles G. Leland's Aradia. or The Gospel of the Witches of Italy (1899), an account of the beliefs, rituals and practices of an ancient Tuscan witchcraft tradition that is often cited as the work which fired the twentieth century witchcraft revival. Also by Charles Leland is the huge, handsome, but rather deceptively-named volume: Etruscan Roman Remains in Popular Tradition (1892). The book comprises two parts, "Gods and Goblins" and "Incantations, Divination, Medicine, and Amulets," with the latter part of particular importance to those with an interest in magic and witchcraft. There are two different issues of the book in the catalogue, the one is the "ordinary" edition, the other, the "fine edition" is slightly larger format and limited to 100 numbered copies (of which this is number 2), signed by Leland, and with an original black and white drawing by him tipped in facing the title-page.

More recent works include scarce biographies of two of the most significant figures in the twentieth century withcraft movement in Britain, Gerald Gardner and Maxine Saunders, the former being J. L. Bracelin's Gerald Gardner: Witch (1960), and the latter Richard Deutch's The Ecstatic Mother: Portrait of Maxine Sanders - White Queen (1977). Another significant figure in twentieth century occultism who is only now starting to achieve recognition was the artist Rosaleen Norton, represented here by an unusually clean first edition of The Art of Rosaleen Norton with Poems by Gavin Greenlees (1952), a limited edition book that was banned in both Australia and the US at the time of its publication on account of its allegedly obscene artwork, as well as a second edition of the same book (1982) signed by Walter Glover, who not only published both editions of the work but was instrumental in its conception.

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Catalogue One Hundred and Nineteen: Early English Books on Witchcraft and Demonology.
From the Library of Dr. Michael Coleman.

The one hundred and nineteenth of our on-line catalogues comprised a selection of sixty rare books relating to Witchcraft and Demonology, published in Britain between the sixteenth and the nineteenth centuries. All are from the collection of the late Dr. Michael Coleman, an English scientist who was also an avid book-collector with a life-long interest in Psychical Research (a short biography of him is included in the catalogue). The works on Witchcraft formed a very special sub-section of Dr. Coleman's library, and given his great interest in Psychical Research it is easy to see why they were of such interest to him. Not only did they chronicle – often for the first time - many of the then-popular beliefs in the occult and supernatural, but those published in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (in particular) also played a vital part in the great clash between those who accepted claims of the existence of Demonic Witchcraft and supported the Witch Hunts, and those who challenged those beliefs. In many ways the arguments and investigations that the various authors undertook to prove their respective hypotheses foreshadowed the discussions and inquiries made by Psychical Researchers in more recent centuries, although with an urgency born of the knowledge that lives quite literally hinged on the outcome of these early debates.

Whilst small in quantity, the books listed provide an extraordinarily good representation of early English-language literature on the subject. The oldest – and arguably the rarest – work listed is Ludwig Lavater's Of Ghostes and Spirites (1572), one of the most important demonological studies of ghosts and spirits of the period and a work which Shakespeare is known to have scrutinised when looking for background detail for some of his plays. Famous works written to convince non-believers of the reality (and dangers) of witchcraft and the spirit world include Richard Baxter's The Certainty of the Worlds of Spirits (1691); John Beaumont's An Historical, Physiological and Theological Treatise of Spirits, Apparitions, Witchcrafts, and other Magical Practices (1705); Richard Bovet's Pandæmonium, or, The Devil's Cloyster (1684); Meric Casaubon's A Treatise proving Spirits, Witches and Supernatural Operations (1672); Joseph Glanvill's Saducismus Triumphatus (1681 & other editions); William Perkins' A Discourse of the Damned Art of Witchcraft (1613); and two works by Richard Boulton that arguably represented the last major attempt to stem the tide of scepticism in Britain: A Compleat History of Magick, Sorcery and Witchcraft (2 Volumes: 1715 & 1716) and The Possibility and Reality of Magick, Sorcery, and Witchcraft, Demonstrated (1722). Those works that sought to challenge the credulity and infamy of the witch-baiters include Reginald Scot's The Discovery of Witchcraft (Third Edition, 1665); John Webster's The Displaying of Supposed Witchcraft (1677); and Francis Hutchinson's Historical Essay Concerning Witchcraft (1718), a work written as a direct refutation of the maunderings of Boulton.

The active interplay between the texts, with authors responding directly to each other's challenges and philosophies, is one of the fascinating aspects of the books and pamphlets in the collection. This is particularly obvious in the case of the works that deal with contemporary events such as the trial of Jane Wenham, commonly - but perhaps erroneously - regarded as the last woman to be condemned for witchcraft in England, and those that deal with two individuals thought to be the victims of Demonic possession, George Lukins and Richard Dugdale (known respectively as "the Yatton Demoniack" and "the Surey Demoniack").

A number of the works in the catalogue are of the utmost rarity: in a few instances we have been unable to trace a single other copy. In almost all cases the books are in a superb state of preservation. For nearly five decades Dr. Coleman was a customer of the renowned craft bookbinder and conservationist, Bernard C. Middleton, whose book "The Restoration Of Leather Bindings" is now regarded as the standard text on the subject. Any repairs or conservation measures that were necessary were carried out by Middleton, who also rebound those works that required it, sometimes in magnificently lavish craft bindings.

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On-line catalogues previously released by Weiser Antiquarian Books.

Catalogue One
Books by and about Aleister Crowley. Part One.

Catalogue Two
Books by and about Aleister Crowley. Part Two.

Catalogue Three
Hermetica – A Selection of New & Used Books On Alchemy, Magic, Mysticism, Roscicruciana & Kindred Subjects.

Catalogue Four
Austin Osman Spare - Artist & Occultist.

Catalogue Five
Aleister Crowley. From Agape Lodge to Thelema Publications.

Catalogue Six
Magic A Miscellany.

Catalogue Seven
Aleister Crowley & Your Interest in Magick.

Catalogue Eight
A Miscellany of Recent Acquisitions.

Catalogue Nine
Aleister Crowley: 'The Old Devil.'

Catalogue Ten
Aleister Crowley: Books, Ephemera & A Drawing.

Catalogue Eleven
A Holiday Miscellany.

Catalogue Twelve
Books on the Ancient Middle East.

Catalogue Thirteen
Aleister Crowley - Books from the FitzGerald and Parsons Smith collections.

Catalogue Fourteen
Books on The Kabbalah.

Catalogue Fifteen
Alchemy and the Hermetic Tradition.

Catalogue Sixteen
Aleister Crowley. Holy Books & Holy Days.

Catalogue Seventeen

Catalogue Eighteen
Aleister Crowley. A Miscellany of Books and Manuscripts.

Catalogue Nineteen

Catalogue Twenty
Aleister Crowley, Frieda Harris, and the Thoth Tarot.

Catalogue Twenty-One
Books from the Library of Jean Michaud, Occultist, Musician and Author.

Catalogue Twenty-Two
Aleister Crowley Rarities.

Catalogue Twenty-Three
Alchemy and Hermetica. Books from the collection of Robert Lenkiewicz.

Catalogue Twenty-Four
Austin Osman Spare. Books, Art and Ephemera.

Catalogue Twenty-Five

Catalogue Twenty-Six
Aleister Crowley Rarities. Books and Manuscripts.

Catalogue Twenty-Seven
Mr. Kenneth Grant. Books, and Related Materials.

Catalogue Twenty-Eight
Alchemy and Hermetica. Books from the collection of Robert Lenkiewicz. Part II.

Catalogue Twenty-Nine
A Maine Winter Miscellany.

Catalogue Thirty
Spiritualism and the Spiritualists.

Catalogue Thirty-One
Aleister Crowley. Second-hand and Out-of-Print Books.

Catalogue Thirty-Two

Catalogue Thirty-Three
Spiritualism & the Spiritualists (Part II).

Catalogue Thirty-Three (b)
Spiritualism & the Spiritualists (Part II).

Catalogue Thirty-Four
93 Budget Books on Magick.

Catalogue Thirty-Five
Aleister Crowley Rarities.

Catalogue Thirty-Six
Rosicrucians and Rosicrucianism.

Catalogue Thirty-Seven
Magick. Rare, Used and Out-of-Print Books.

Catalogue Thirty-Eight
Aleister Crowley: A Miscellany of Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue Thirty-Nine
Marcelo Ramos Motta: A Miscellany of Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue Forty
The Occult Review (Part I).

Catalogue Forty-One
Magick: Rare, Used and Out-of-Print books (Part II).

Catalogue Forty-Two
The Occult Review (Part II).

Catalogue Forty-Three
Ambix. The Journal of the Society for the Study of Alchemy and Early Chemistry.

Catalogue Forty-Four
Spiritualism & the Spiritualists (Part III).

Catalogue Forty-Five
John Whiteside "Jack" Parsons.

Catalogue Forty-Six
Alchemy & Hermetica. New Publications Plus A Selection of Original Artwork by Robert Lenkiewicz.

Catalogue Forty-Seven
Aleister Crowley, his Friends & Associates: A Miscellany of Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue Forty-Eight
Andrew Chumbley and the Cultus Sabbati & Kenneth Grant and the Typhonian O.T.O.

Catalogue Forty-Nine
A Holiday Miscellany, 2008.

Catalogue Fifty
Mythology and Folk-lore.

Catalogue Fifty-One
Dion Fortune and "The Inner Light" journal.

Catalogue Fifty-Two
Dr. John Dee.

Catalogue Fifty-Three
Aleister Crowley, Victor Neuburg & Friends.

Catalogue Fifty-Four
Used and Rare Books on the The Religions of the East.

Catalogue Fifty-Five
Foundation Works of the Occult Revival. A Selection of Rare Books.

Catalogue Fifty-Six
Aleister Crowley: 93 Secondhand, Out-of-Print and New Books.

Catalogue Fifty-Seven
Aleister Crowley. Rare Books and Documents.

Catalogue Fifty-Eight
Austin Osman Spare. Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue Fifty-Nine
The Qabalah.

Catalogue Sixty
The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and its Successor Groups.
Second Hand and Rare Books, Manuscripts and Ephemera. (Part I)

Catalogue Sixty-One
The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and its Successor Groups.
Second Hand and Rare Books, Manuscripts and Ephemera. (Part II)

Catalogue Sixty-Two
Hermetica. A Miscellany.

Catalogue Sixty-Three
Witchcraft and Witch-Hunting in Europe. Second Hand and Rare Books.

Catalogue Sixty-Four
Witchcraft and Witch-Hunting in Britain, Ireland, and the Channel Islands. Second Hand and Rare Books. Second Hand and Rare Books.

Catalogue Sixty-Five
Magic: A Catalogue of Second Hand and Rare Books. With Sections on Eliphas Levi and Chaos Magick.

Catalogue Sixty-Six
Aleister Crowley: A Selection of Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue Sixty-Seven
A Holiday Miscellany. Winter 2009.

Catalogue Sixty-Eight
A Holiday Miscellany. Part II. Winter 2009.

Catalogue Sixty-Nine
Witchcraft in New England. With subsections on Hexcraft & American Witchcraft, and Witchcraft in Literature.

Catalogue Seventy.
Winter Miscellany. February 2010.

Catalogue Seventy-One.
Books on Egypt and the Ancient Middle East.

Catalogue Seventy-Two.
The Old Witchcrafts.

Catalogue Seventy-Three.

Catalogue Seventy-Four.

Catalogue Seventy-Five.
The Rosicrucian Enlightenment.

Catalogue Seventy-Six.
One Hundred Books on Magick. A Selection of Antiquarian, Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue Seventy-Seven.
From a Private Library. A Miscellany of Fine Books.

Catalogue Seventy-Eight.
Aleister Crowley. Books, Documents and Letters.

Catalogue Seventy-Nine.
Robert Anton Wilson. Secondhand and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue Eighty.
Secret Societies, Conspiracy Theories, and the Unexplained. Secondhand Books.

Catalogue Eighty-One.
Alchemy and Hermetica. Used, Out-of-Print and Antiquarian Books.

Catalogue Eighty-Two.
An Autumn Miscellany.

Catalogue Eighty-Three.
Not-Quite-Crowleymas. A Selection of Used and Rare Books and Ephemera, Mostly Relating to Aleister Crowley.

Catalogue Eighty-Four.
Arthur Edward Waite: Mystic and Magician. A Selection of Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue Eighty-Five.
A Winter Miscellany.

Catalogue Eighty-Six.
Alchemy and Hermetica. The Publications of Adam McLean.

Catalogue Eighty-Seven.
Aleister Crowley. A Selection of Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue Eighty-Eight.
Faces of the Occult & Mysticism. A Miscellany of Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue Eighty-Nine.
Rosaleen Norton. New, Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue Ninety.
A Miscellany. New, Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue Ninety-One
Aleister Crowley. Books from the Nicholas Bishop-Culpeper Collection (Part I).

Catalogue Ninety-Two
New, Used, and Rare Books. A Miscellany.

Catalogue Ninety-Three
Aleister Crowley. Beastly Biographies and Other Used and Rare Books and Documents.

Catalogue Ninety-Four
Used, and Rare Books. A Miscellany.

Catalogue Ninety-Five
Witchcraft (Mostly Modern).

Catalogue Ninety-Six
Used, and Rare Books. A Winter Miscellany.

Catalogue Ninety-Seven
Aleister Crowley. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue Ninety-Eight
New, Used, and Rare Books. A Miscellany.

Catalogue Ninety-Nine
Dion Fortune, Israel Regardie, and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

Catalogue One Hundred
Rare and Interesting Books & Ephemera. Including Signed and Inscribed Copies, Limited Editions and Early Printings.

Catalogue One Hundred and One
Aleister Crowley. A Selection of Beastly Books, Magazines, and Ephemera.

Catalogue One Hundred and Two
New, Used, and Rare Books. A Miscellany.

Catalogue One Hundred and Three
Aleister Crowley and The Book of the Law.

Catalogue One Hundred and Four
Holiday Oddities. A Selection of Used Books. Nothing over $25.00.

Catalogue One Hundred and Five
Hermetica, Leechdoms, Magick, Wortcunning & Assorted Arcana. A Selection of Used & Rare Books.

Catalogue One Hundred and Six
Aleister Crowley: Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue One Hundred and Seven
From Black Magic and Mysticism to Serpent Gods and Voodoo. A Selection of Used & Rare Books.

Catalogue One Hundred and Eight
Aleister Crowley, Friends, and Followers. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue One Hundred and Nine
That Old Black Magick. Books, Magazines, and Curiosities.

Catalogue One Hundred and Ten
Aleister Crowley: New, Used and Rare Books and Ephemera. Including a Selection of Books from the Library of Wilfred T. Smith.

Catalogue One Hundred and Eleven
Used and Rare Books. September Miscellany, 2013.

Catalogue One Hundred and Twelve
Spiritualism, the Occult, and Psychical Research. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue One Hundred and Thirteen
Aleister Crowley: Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue One Hundred and Fourteen
Used and Rare Books. A December Miscellany.

Catalogue One Hundred and Fifteen
Astrology: Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue One Hundred and Sixteen
Israel Regardie and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue One Hundred and Seventeen
Aleister Crowley and Circle. A Miscellany of Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue One Hundred and Eighteen
Used and Rare Books. A Miscellany.

Catalogue One Hundred and Nineteen
Early English Books on Witchcraft and Demonology. From the Library of Dr. Michael Coleman.

Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty
Witchcraft. Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-One
Austin Osman Spare. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Two
Aleister Crowley. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.

Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Three
Aleister Crowley. Magick and the Occult. Including Limited and Deluxe Editions from Several Private Collections.

Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Four
Spiritualism, the Occult, and Psychical Research. Used and Rare Books.

Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Five
Used and Rare Books. A Miscellany.

Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Six
Israel Regardie and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Used and Rare Books (Part II).


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