Chicago: Privately Printed, 1922. Illustrated with diagrams, including 1 folding plate, and 4 color plates, protected with tissue. 106 pages + 43 page appendix. 8vo, gilt-lettered blue cloth with lamen embossed at lower corner; beveled boards, uncut edges, top edge gilt. Chicago: Privately Printed for the Author, (1922/1925). Limited Edition - Signed by the author on the dedication page. Binding is very lightly edgeworn and evenly faded, still a very good(+) copy of this unusual book. Copyright states "C. Stansfeld...
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Nieuwkoop: De Graaf, 1964. Three volumes. lxvii + 531pp., 533pp., 767pp., 8vo, blue cloth; minor bumping at head of spines. Nieuwkoop: De Graaf, 1964. A near fine copy. Reprint of the Paris, 1912 edition, which was limited to 300 copies.
Vienna: Rikola, 1922. Text in German. Frontis. 220pp., 12mo, cloth-backed decorative boards; cloth of spine heavily worn, boards lightly rubbed. Wien: Rikola Verlag, 1922. Internally clean and unmarked, a very good copy.
Paris: Chacornac, 1933. Annotations by Paul Vulliaud. 148pp., 12mo, printed wrappers; text toned and brittle, small pen doodling on front and rear covers and two preliminary pages. Paris: Bibliotheque Chacornac, 1933. A very good copy.
River Falls: Hazel Hills, 1969. 4 volumes bound in 2. Thick tall 8vo, black cloth, dust wrappers (several tears and chips). River Falls: Hazel Hills, (1969). Second revised and enlarged. A fine set in very good dust wrappers. Considered by many to be the book that started the modern occult movement.
London: William Rider, 1912. vi + 294pp. plus ads, 12mo, decorative blue cloth; dampstain to rear cover. London: William Rider & Son, 1912. A very good copy.
Paris: Vega, 1949. Frontis., illustrated. 225pp., 8vo, rebound in green library cloth. Paris: Les Editions Vega, (1949). A very good (+) copy.