Welcome to Weiser Antiquarian Books!

The business is now in its 91st year as one of the world's leading suppliers of rare, secondhand, and out-of-print books on comparative religion, mysticism, and the occult. We currently list nearly 10,000 books, letters, manuscripts, and artworks on this website, with fresh stock added weekly. While we cover a broad range of subjects, our specialties include: Aleister Crowley, Alchemy, Hermetica, Eastern Religions, Rosicrucianism, The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, Tarot, Theosophy, Mysticism, Myths and Legends, Magick and Witchcraft. To search this website simply click in the 'Search our stock' window at the top of the toolbar on the left, or the 'advanced search' button below it. You can also view recent arrivals by clicking on the 'New Arrivals' button to the left.

In addition to the books that we list on our site we also issue regular 'on-line' catalogs that allow us to showcase particular collections or subjects. To view the most recent of these catalogs click on the 'current catalog' button to the left. If you would like to receive email notifications when we post a new catalog, simply click on the 'sign up for our mailing list' window at the left. You can unsubscribe at any time simply by sending us an email. Remember though, that our catalogs are in addition to the stock that we post regularly on our website.

 

February 19th - As always - thank you to those of you who browsed and/or ordered from our Catalogue # 188, Magick!   Still some nice items for those who haven't had a look! (link left)

 

Vale Gerrit Lansing.   It is with great sadness that we note the passing of our dear friend, Gerrit Lansing (February 25, 1928-February 11, 2018).  Gerrit died on Sunday February 11th at his home in Gloucester, Massachusetts, after a short decline - just two weeks short of his 90th birthday. Gerrit was a poet, editor, teacher and critic; a true scholar and great bookman, whose life was filled with poetry, art, friends, music, and of course Magick. It is painful to realise that we can never look forward to another of his visits, nor will we have the pleasure of seeing him in his wonderful book-filled house in Gloucester.  The world is diminished by his departure.  We send our sincere condolences to those who also mourn.

 

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