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Weiser Antiquarian Books, January 2015.

Catalogue Archive Page.


About Our "On-Line Catalogues."


This is Weiser's ninety-first 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 Forty-Eight:
Aleister Crowley. A Manuscript, Books, and Ephemera.



The one hundred-and-forty-eighth of our on-line catalogues, was another of our specialised Aleister Crowley lists and was without doubt one of the most significant and interesting catalogues that we have issued for some time.

The catalogue begins with the original holograph manuscript, with Aleister Crowley's hand-drawn cover designs, for The Book of Lies. It is, quite simply, a stunning piece. As most reading this will know, The Book of Lies was one of Crowley's most important works, and also one of his personal favourites. The front cover is also a rare example of his work as an artist / book designer. Almost all significant Crowley manuscripts are now either in institutional hands or in collections from which they are unlikely to ever emerge for sale so it is in every sense unique.

The second part of the catalogue comprises a small group of books from the library of our dear friend David Tibet (artist, writer, musician and founder of the music group Current 93) who has been thinning his shelves. Most of the books in the section are quality hardcovers from the 1970s, usually in lovely condition, but there are some more unusual pieces. Chief amongst these would have to be a copy of the First U.S. Edition of The Book of the Law that circulated within the NEW ISIS LODGE of what was then the Typhonian O.T.O., with the Lodge's initials and the words "Loan Copy" in the handwriting of Kenneth Grant on the front free endpaper. There is also a nice First Edition of The Equinox, Volume III, No. 1 - "The Blue Equinox" (1919), and a copy of the Subscriber's Edition of Magick In Theory and Practice (1930) that includes the leaflet "Your Interest In Magick should be the Dawn of a New Life" that was distributed with some copies in England in the 1930s. All of David's books have his unique bookplate on the front pastedown, and his pencilled ownership signature on one of the blanks.

The third part of the catalogue: a miscellany of books and ephemera by or relating to Aleister Crowley, includes quite a number of rare and unusual items - too many to list in such a short space. Some of the more significant items are a scarce 'review issue' - one of probably only handful of copies thus - of the S.P.R.T. edition of Crowley's Alice: An Adultery (1905), a Handwritten And Drawn Astrological Natal Chart prepared by Aleister Crowley for David Curwen (1944), a rare First Edition of The Message of the Master Therion [1916], and an original typescript of Liber VII: Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli that would have been made to circulate amongst Crowley's students in the late 1930s or early 1940s. An earlier generation of Crowley's students are represented by a nice, hardbound copy of George Raffalovich's On the Loose. Planetary Jouneys and Earthly Sketches (1910) and an unusual group of books by J. F. C. Fuller, namely: The Star In the West (1907), Atlantis. America and the Future (1926), . The Secret Wisdom of the Qabalah (circa 1940), and Yoga. A Study of the Mystical Philosophy of the Brahmins and Buddhists (1925). Other unusual works include a copy of L. Ron Hubbard's Final Blackout (1948) that was given to Wilfred T. Smith and his wife, Helen ( Helen Parsons Smith) by Ron & "Betty" Hubbard ( Helen's half-sister), an 11 page typewritten transcription of an audio recording of an interview with Grady Louis McMurtry (circa 1978), a printed card announcing the death of Karl Germer (1962), and the quarter-leather Hell Fire Club edition of The Goetia (2004). In addition to a number of rare prospectuses from Crowley's lifetime, there are also more recent curiosities, including a printed "mini-poster" asking "Do You Know Who Aleister Crowley Is?" and advertising the "Homunculus Club" of the Brocken Mountain Lodge of the Ordo Templi Orientis (circa early 1980s), a signed copy of R. T. Cole's controversial A Postcard From Hell, Revised Materials Towards a Cartoon History of the Life, Loves & Legacy of Aleister Crowley (2009), and a signed First Edition of Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste (2013) - the first full recounting of the life of Aleister Crowley in "graphic novel" form.


To view this Catalogue please go to:
http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/catalogonehundredandfortyeight

Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Seven:
Alchemy and Hermetica. Used and Rare Books.





The one hundred-and-forty-seventh of our on-line catalogues was another of our lists devoted to books on Alchemy and Hermetica. It is a particularly diverse list in terms of age of the books, with the oldest dating from 1538 and the most recent is from 2015.

The catalogue includes a good selection of books by Adam McLean many being Limited Editions released under his Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks imprint, as well as a number of other modern scholarly and practical editions. Amongst the rarities are the 1919 Berlin facsimile edition of Geheime Figuren der Rosenkreuzer aus dem 16ten und 17ten Jahrhundert with numerous magnificent, intricate alchemical, hermetic, Rosicrucian, and Qabalistic figures in colour (two of which are here reproduced), Simeon Partlicius' A New Method of Physick: or, A short view of Paracelsus and Galen's practice (1654) and Dom Antoine Joseph Pernety's Dictionnaire mytho-hermétique (1758). There is also a copy of the Strasbourg edition of Philippum Ulstadium's Coelum Philosophorum (1609), Michael Sandivogius's A New Light of Alchymy (1674), and Tricassus the Mantuan's rare work on Chiromancy Epitoma Chyromantico (1538).




To view this Catalogue please go to:
http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/catalogonehundredandfortyseven


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Six:
Used and Rare Books and Ephemera. A Miscellany.



The one hundred-and-forty-sixth of our on-line catalogues, was another of our "Miscellany" lists, comprising a wide variety of books and ephemera, from works of the utmost rarity, to recent, second-hand publications. Of course it is impossible to briefly define the "subjects" of the various books offered - not least because many books will cover a number of different topics - but some of the subjects, and a few of the authors whose works are listed in this catalogue, are:

Alice A. Bailey, Bookbinding, Caravans, Paul Foster Case, Chaos Magic, Andrew D. Chumbley, Conjuring, Emile Coue, Crystallomancy, Cunning Men, Wizards & Witches, Death, John Dee, Demonic Possession, Demons and Demonology, Diabolic Literature, Dreams, Esoteric Freemasonry, Exorcism, Fiction, Folklore, Dion Fortune, Frauds & Hoaxers, Nicholaj de Mattos Frisvold, Kenneth Grant, Grimoires, Gurdjieff, Herbal - Cherokee, Aldous Huxley, E. A. Koetting, Kundalini Yoga, Luciferian Sorcery, Magic, Mesmerism and Hypnosis, Miracles, Mythology, N.A-A. 218, Natural Magic, Nazi Occultism, Occult, Psychical Research, Israel Regardie, Robert L. Ripley, Rosicrucianism, Sacred Geometry, Satan, Sexual Occultism, Austin Osman Spare, Spirit Photography, Spirits, Spiritualism, Starfire, Bram Stoker, Tarot, Thee Temple Ov Psychick Youth, Vampires, Witchcraft, Witchcraft & Sorcery Convention.

As is typical in our "Miscellany" catalogues, the listings are mostly organised under subject categories first, which are then followed by the author's name and the book's title. Please note that the subject categories are used in this catalogue only, and not in our actual book descriptions. If you wish to order a book you see in this catalogue through our main home-page (http://www.weiserantiquarian.com) the best way to locate the book is to copy the "unique book number" into the "search" function on the top left-hand side of our home-page (the unique book number can be found in brackets next to the price of the book in each of the catalogue listings below). If the search doesn't return a result, then the book has sold. If you want to be quite sure you can recheck by entering in the author and title, although this may also pull up listings for any other editions / copies of the book we have in stock.

To view this Catalogue please go to:
http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/catalogonehundredandfortysix


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Five:
Magick & Grimoires. Old and Rare Books.



The one hundred-and-forty-fifth of our on-line catalogues, was devoted to Grimoires and other books on Magick.

The catalogue starts with deluxe editions of two recent works from the Golden Hoard Press: Stephen Skinner's Techniques of Solomonic Magic, limited to 200 numbered copies, and the fifth (and final) revised edition of his monumental The Complete Magician's Tables, limited to 100 numbered copies.

Amongst the unusual older works featured are more books from a collection of French grimoires dating roughly from the 1830s to the 1930s, which we began to disperse in our Catalogue No. 139. These include very rare editions of Les Oeuvres Magiques De Henri-Corneille Agrippa (ca. 1830?); Le Manuel du Magicien (ca. 1895?); a copy of Lé Veritable Dragon Rouge (ca. 1860?), an Enchiridion du pape Léon (ca. 1900?); the Trésor Du Vieillard des Pyramides (ca. 1938?); and a lovely copy of Les admirables secrets d'Albert le Grand (ca. 1868?), with hand-coloured plates, including one of "La Main de Gloire" - the lamp made from the hand of a corpse. In keeping with grimoire tradition the books are pocket sized - and thus easy to conceal - and are often undated, and with spurious publication details.

Other rarities include a superb copy, in contemporary vellum, of Wolfgang Hildebrand's Magia naturalis (1611-1612); Martino Del Rio's Disquisitionum Magicarum Libri Sex (1657); a second edition of Francis Barrett's The Magus. Or Celestial Intelligencer; Being a Complete System of Occult Philosophy (1875), the de Laurence The Mystic Test Book (1910), and a handsome second edition of S. L. MacGregor Mathers' famous rendering of The Key of Solomon the King (Clavicula Salomonis) (1909). More recent, but still most unusual, are two works published by Acorn Grimoire Makers: The Book of the Shield (1982) and Ye Stone Missall, A Grimoire (1979); the first softcover and first revised hardcover editions of Victor Voronov's Liber Nigri Solis (2009 & 2013 respectively); first editions: standard and deluxe, of S. Connolly's Keys of Ocat (2012); Aubrey Melech's Missa Niger: La Messe Noir A True and Factual Account of the Principal Ritual of Satanic Worship. The Black Mass (1986) and N.A-A. 218's Liber Falxifer. The Book of the Left-Handed Reaper (2010 Second Edition). In addition to other limited editions by publishers including Askin Publishers; Hell Fire Club; Aeon Sophia Press; Nephilim Press; Trident Press; Three Hands Press; Eschaton Productions; Golden Hoard Press, Fulgur, and others, there is also a good representation of works published by well-known esoteric publishers like Weiser and Llewellyn, and academic publishers including Brill and the University of Pennsylvania.

To view this Catalogue please go to:
http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/catalogonehundredandfortyfive


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Four:
Aleister Crowley & Associates. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.



The one hundred-and-forty-fourth of our on-line catalogues, was another of our specialised Aleister Crowley lists, comprising a mixture of ordinary second hand books as well as rarities. Amongst the latter are a copy of the special edition (on handmade paper) of Clouds Without Water (1909); the first edition of J. F. C. Fuller's The Star In the West (which he co-wrote with Crowley), limited to 100 numbered copies SIGNED by both Fuller and Crowley (1907); a first edition of Crowley's Temperance. A Tract for the Times limited to 100 numbered and signed copies, this copy additionally signed and inscribed by Crowley to Wilfred Talbot Smith and his brethren in Agape Lodge of the O.T.O. (1939); and a first US edition (in facsimile dust jacket) of The Diary of a Drug Fiend (1923). There are also a number of splendid ephemeral items including: a handwritten and drawn Horoscope prepared by Crowley together with his unpublished typescript delineation of the same (1944); a handwritten and signed letter by Crowley, together with its original envelope with a heavy wax seal impressed with the the cartouche of Ankh-f-n-khonsu from Crowley's ring (1944); two copies of a duplicated document "An Open Letter to Aleister Crowley" (which he actually wrote to himself) - one of which is heavily annotated in Crowley's handwriting, and a duplicated copy of his reply (1942). Other unusual ephemeral pieces include a first edition of The Banned Lecture (1930); and original prospectuses for The Equinox of the Gods (1936) and Why Jesus Wept (1904); and two issues of Harold Monro's The Poetry Review, one with reviews of Crowley's work, and the other with a previously unpublished poem by him (1912).

Two quite uncommon, and frequently misdescribed, items are a set of the true first complete colour printing of the Thoth Tarot Deck (Llewellyn Publishing, 1972) and the first Samuel Weiser edition of the Thoth Tarot Deck (Samuel Weiser, 1973). Other unusual items include a first edition of the Israel Regardie-edited Roll Away The Stone: An Introduction to Aleister Crowley's Essays on the Psychology of Hashish with a presentation inscription by Regardie (1968); an inscribed copy of the first edition of Regardie's The Eye in the Triangle. An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley (1970); and a signed deluxe edition of the Regardie version of Magick Without Tears (1982). There is also a small collection of works by Frater Achad including a typescript of an apparently unpublished essay: "A Little Essay on the Great Extreme" (1948); and a typescript of a collection of essays: "Partitive Guptabhashyasangraha on Alchemy, Hermeticism, Occultism, Quabala, Rosicrucianism, Yoga, and Allied Subjects" compiled from Achad's writings by his brethren in the Universal Brotherhood (ca. 1950).

To view this Catalogue please go to:
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Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Three:
Spiritualism, the Occult, and Pyschical Research. Used and Rare Books.



The one hundred-and-forty-third of our on-line catalogues was devoted to books and ephemera relating to Spiritualism, the Occult, and Psychical Research. In common with a number of our earlier catalogues on these subjects, many of the items here are from the library of the late Dr. Michael Coleman an English scientist, author and Psychical Researcher who was also an avid book-collector.

Many of the items in the catalogue are genuinely rare: in a considerable number of cases we could find no record of any other copies of the book or pamphlet having been offered for sale in the last half-century. Amongst the many unusual items are A Lady. An Angel's Message, being a series of Angelic and Holy Communications received by a Lady (1858), text of which was supposedly communicated "word for word" by an "angel from heaven" to the anonymous female author; a copy of J. Malcolm Bird's Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vols XX-XXI ... The Margery Mediumship (1928) inscribed by both "Margery" (Mina "Margery" Crandon) and her then-husband Le Roi Goddard Crandon; and an inscribed copy of Hilda Baroness Deichmann's Notes on the Gospel and Revelation of St. John (1910), a work which despite its rather mundane title is actually said to have been the product of "Automatic Writing," with Deichmann channelling the teachings of the Archangel Raphael. A work edited by Andrew Glendinning, The Veil Lifted: Modern Developments of Spirit Photography (1894) was probably one of the first books devoted solely to the subject of Spirit photography, while the Harry Price, & Eric Dingwall edition of the anonymously-published Revelations of a Spirit Medium - Facsimile Edition (1922) reproduces a "crushing exposé of the methods of bogus mediums" most copies of which were apparently bought up and destroyed by charlatans hoping to preserve the tricks of the trade. Also most unusual is a copy of Charles Henry McDermott's The Outline of Psychometry: Psychic Life and Phantasm of the Dying, a Study of Telepathy, Telesthenia, Hypnotism, Thought Suggestion, Spiritism, Transliminality, Mental Therapeutics, the Spiritual Essence (1926), a work which was notionally limited to 1000 copies, although only a fraction of that number seem to have been released, most likely due to the author's failure to foresee his own death by drowning in the year of publication and consequent inability to distribute the book. A much better-known book, but extremely rare in first edition and in dust jacket, is Harry Houdini's rather scathing study of the phenomena of Spiritualism: slate writing, spirit photography, manifestation, ectoplasm, etc. etc. from the time of the Fox sisters to the (then) present-day: A Magician Among the Spirits (1924). Really the majority of books in this catalogue are both rare and unusual, and I commend the interested reader to browse at his or her leisure. K.R.

To view this Catalogue please go to:
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Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Two:
Witchcraft. Used and Rare Books.



The one-hundred-and-forty-second of our on-line catalogues was another of our Witchcraft catalogues, with most of the works relating to "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 were quite modestly priced used books from the second half of the twentieth century, although there are some rarities scattered throughout.

The oldest, and one of the rarest books in the catalogue, is a copy of the anonymous A Most Faithful Relation of Two Wonderful Passages which happened very lately ... in the Parish of Bradfield in Berk-shire (London, 1650), a booklet comprising two contemporary accounts of supernatural occurences, one of which is attributed to sorcery or witchcraft, whilst the other recounts a series of miraculous events including the liberation of one man "who was possest with two devils." Other rarities include Master of the Rolls to the Sette of Odd Volumes. Scottish Witchcraft Trials - Read before the Sette at a Meeting (1890), an examination of the Scottish witchcraft trials by J. W. Brodie-Innes, a well-known member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn; and a most unusual work by the well-known historian of witchcraft C. L'Estrange Ewen, Witchcraft in the Star Chamber (Privately Printed, 1938). Other works of an historical bent include a handsome set of Lynn Thorndike's indispensable History of Magic & Experimental Science (8 Volumes; 1934 - 1958), and an impressive copy - in the scarce dust jacket - of the Montague Summers edition of Jacobus Sprenger & Henry Kramer's, Malleus Maleficarum (1928). Interesting works relating to the twentieth century witchcraft revival include a rare first edition, in dust jacket, of Doreen Valiente's Where Witchcraft Lives (1962); a second impression of Gerald B. Gardner's Witchcraft Today (1956), a first softcover edition of Patricia Crowther's Witch Blood! The Diary of a High Priestess! (1960), and several interesting publications by "Lugh" [W. H. Liddell] including 'Old George' Pickingill and the Roots of Modern Witchcraft (Wicca Publications #1) and Medieval Witchcraft and the Freemasons (Wicca Publications #2) (1982).

To view this Catalogue please go to:
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Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-One:
Used and Rare Books,
A Miscellany.



The one-hundred-and-forty-first of our on-line catalogues was another of our "Miscellany" lists which in this case comprised a wide variety of books and ephemera, dating from 1680 to as recently as 2010. Of course it is impossible to briefly define the "subjects" of the various books offered - not least because many books will cover a number of different topics - but some of the subjects, and a few of the authors whose works are listed in this catalogue, are:

Afterlife, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Religions, Apparitions, Michael Bertiaux, Book Bindings, Book of Enoch, Channeled Language, Chinese Occultism, W. B. Crow, John Dee, Devils and Demonlogy, Divination, Dreams, Druids, Fairies, Sir James George Frazer, Freemasonry, Games, Ghost Stories, Golden Dawn, Hoaxes, Irish Folklore, Josephus , Legerdemain, London Monuments, Lore of Stones, Magic, G. R. S. Mead, Meditation, Merlin, Mythical Animals, Mythology, Friedrich Nietzsche, OAHSPE Bible, Occult, Occult Fiction, Occult Review, Orphic Traditions, Manilal C. Parekh, Pirates, Prisons, Pyramidology, Paschal Beverly Randolph , Rosicrucianism, Royston Cave, Russian Icons, Secret Societies, Society of the Horseman's Word, Austin Osman Spare, Strange Science, Superstition, Symbolism, Tarot, Theology, Voodoo, Robert Anton Wilson, Witchcraft.

As is typical in our "Miscellany" catalogues, the listings are mostly organised under subject categories first, which are then followed by the author's name and the book's title.



To view this Catalogue please go to:
http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/catalogonehundredandfortyone


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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
Witchcraft.


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
Alchemy.


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).


Catalogue One Hundred and Twenty-Seven
Things that go Bump in the Night. Ghosts, Ghouls and Spectres: A Halloween Miscellany.


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


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


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


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-one
Used and Rare Books. A Winter Miscellany.


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-two
Spiritualism, the Occult, and Pyschical Research.


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-Three
Alchemy and Hermetica (Part I). Used and Rare Books.


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-Four
Aleister Crowley. Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-Five
Books on Magick. Used, Rare, & Editions Deluxe.


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-Six
Books, Bones, Art and Other Curiosities. A Miscellany.


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-Seven
Alchemy and Hermetica (Part II). Used and Rare Books.


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-Eight
A Miscellany of Books and Other Curiosities,
Together With a Selection of Original Art by Austin Osman Spare.


Catalogue One Hundred and Thirty-Nine
Magick & Grimoires,
Old and Rare Books.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty
Aleister Crowley.
Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-One
Used and Rare Books.
A Miscellany.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Two
Witchcraft.
Used and Rare Books.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Three
Spiritualism, the Occult, and Pyschical Research.
Used and Rare Books.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Four
Aleister Crowley & Associates.
Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Five
Magick & Grimoires.
Old and Rare Books.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Six
Used and Rare Books and Ephemera.
A Miscellany.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Seven
Alchemy and Hermetica. Used and Rare Books.


Catalogue One Hundred and Forty-Eight
Aleister Crowley.
A Manuscript, Books, and Ephemera.




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