Publisher Not Specified, 1973-01-01. Hardcover. Cover shows minor wear. Pages are clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred. First printing, limited to 250.
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London, Printed for the Author, 1863-01-01. Hardcover. Brown cloth cover shows minor wear and rubbing, cracked joints and loss on the backstrip. Heavily annotated by the author, pages show minor tidemarks.
-, 1904-01-01. Hardcover. 1904 edition, extremely rare. Cloth boards show HEAVY discoloration/wear. Some pencil markings throughout. Some pages have come loose and are laid in. Title pages have some damage but are still readable. Binding is loose but mostly intact. Still a decent reading/reasearch copy!
Rider & Company, 1931-01-01. Hardcover. 2-volume set, uniformly bound in blue cloth. Cover shows minor wear and rubbing. Pages are tanned and clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred.
Paris: l'Imprimerie Impériale, 1867. Hardcover. Vellum spine with marlbed boards, cover shows heavy wear and tear, edgewear and rubbing, cracked joints and tape repair, soiling. Marbled endpapers, rubbed. Repaired title page with a stamp on it. Pages are clean with minor scattered foxing.
Cadell and Davies, 1813-01-01. Hardcover. Ex-library copy with usual markings, tape-reinforced spine, some erosion to the extremities. Loose hinges/gutters, reinforced with binder's tape. 139pp. Bound together with "Ode to Her Imperial Majesty Catherine the Great" published by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1815, 27pp. & "Poetical Epistle to the Right Hon.....
Printed for J. Collins at his Sh, 1681. Hardcover. First edition with parts put together for the first time. Full leather, appears to have original boards that were professionally repaired (c.1900s?) with newer leather at spine and corners. One engraved frontispiece at front, "Saducismus Triumphatus, Part the Second". Missing other...
Kegan Paul, Trench, TruÌ?bner, 1912-01-01. Unknown Binding. Paperback. Cover shows moderate wear and tear, chipping and rubbing, soilng and tanning, foxing. Presentation copy inscribed and signed by the author, with a stamp from the Universal Gnostic Alliance. Pages are tanned with minor scattered foxing, text and pictures are intact and.....
The Lloyd group, 1910-01-01. Hardcover. Green cloth cover shows minor wear and rubbing. Signature of former owner in pencil on the front free endpaper. Pages are tanned and clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred.
Didier, 1862-01-01. Reliure inconnue. Hardcover. White vellum spine, morrocan leather labels, gilt on spine. Red marbled boards. Some dust wear to spine, slight rubbing and bumping along edges. Faint foxing to some pages. Overall a clean copy, binding tight. rn*La colonne vertébrale avec en vélin blanc, étiquettes en cuir marocain.....
Folk-Lore Society, 1925-01-01. Hardcover. Scarce. Red cloth cover shows minor wear and rubbing, soiling, title handwritten on spine but printed on top board. Former owner's name on front pastedown. Pages are lightly tanned but clean, text is intact and unmarred.
The Macmillian Company, 1906-01-01. Hardcover. First edition. Green cloth cover shows minor wear and rubbing, gilt lettering. Pages show minor scattered foxing. An early book by the man who did the most to popularize the idea of canals and life on Mars.
Mercure de France, 1913-01-01. Paperback. Hardcover binding, quarter-leather with marbled boards and gilt decoration on the spine, shows minor wear and rubbing. Bookplate of former owner on the front pastedown. Pages are tanned and clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred.
London: Thomas Kelly, 1841. Hardcover. Rebound, leather spine with gilt, patterned paper-covered boards, cover shows minor wear and rubbing. Repaired and reinforced frontispiece. Pages are tanned with minor tidemarks and soiling. Beautiful hand-colored plates.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trub, 1910. Hardcover. This is the first English language edition, translated with the permission of the author from the third German edition by E.D.S. (original German title: Theosophie. Einfuerung in uebersinnliche Welterkenntnis und Menschenbestimmung). Blue cloth cover with gilt lettering shows moderate wear and tear, rubbing.....
Laird & Lee, 1900-01-01. Hardcover. Brown cloth cover shows minor wear and tear, rubbing and soiling. Signature of former owner on the ffep. Pages are lightly tanned and clean, profusely illustrated.
The Santanelli Publishing Co., 1902-01-01. Hardcover. Green cloth cover with pictorial decoration shows minor wear and rubbing. Loose hinges. Pages are tanned and clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred.
Privately published, 1929. Paperback. First edition, one of 3,000 copies published in 4 parts. Bound in salmon-colored wrappers, embossed in squares. Upper cover embossed in squares and lettered in black ‘MAGICK | [flower within a six-pointed star] | THE MASTER THERION | Section 4’. 11 1/4” x 7 5/8”. An...
Swan Sonnenschein & Co London, 1900-01-01. Paperback. RARE. First edition. In great shape for its age! Blue paper covers with black text. Minimal wear, NO stains. Slight foxing to edges of pages, but pages are very clean, vibrant, and readable. Binding is tight. An English book written by Sister Nivedita.....
Montreal: Privately Printed, 1890-1924. Hardcover. Six pamphlets bound for the author and signed, 1923, 1924, 1924, 1890, no date, 1924. Cover shows minor wear. Pages are clean. W.D. Lighthall was a Canadian lawyer, historian, novelist, poet, and philosopher.
Carey, Lea and Blanchard, 1835. Hardcover. Cover shows heavy wear and tear, soiling and staining, rubbing and bumped corners, chipping and bumped corners, fading and scratches. Pages show some foxing and dampstaining, text is intact with minor annotation.
The Masonic History Company, 1906-01-01. Hardcover. 7-volume set, complete. Decorative black cloth covers with gilt and blind-stamped decorations. Marbled endpapers, some partially detached, bookplate of former owner on the front pastedowns. Pages are lightly tanned and clean.