Catalogues

In addition to adding fresh stock to our online inventory weekly, we produce regular catalogues in our areas of specialty. Special catalogue subjects include Alchemy and Hermetica, Aleister Crowley, Magick and Grimoires, Spiritualism, and Witchcraft. We also issue our regular "Miscellany" catalogues which cover many fields of interest. If you would like to be notified when we release a new catalogue please sign up to our mailing list (on the left).

Our most recent catalogues, in descending order, are:

Catalogue 176: Summer Miscellany

The one hundred and seventy-sixth of our on-line catalogues is another of our "Miscellany" lists.  It comprises a wide selection of books ranging from works of considerable rarity, to recent, second-hand publications.

Catalogue 175: John Dee & the Hermetic Arts

This catalogue is largely devoted to works on the Hermetic Arts,
but with a special emphasis on works by and about Dr. John Dee.   

Catalogue 174: Gnosticism & Coptic Studies

This catalogue is devoted to works on Gnosticism and Coptic Studies.   The great majority of the works listed are modern, scholarly books, mostly in Fine condition, and including a number of the texts from the various Brill series of Nag Hammadi studies and facsimiles.

Catalogue 173: Aleister Crowley; Friends, Followers, & Influences

The catalogue comprises a broad-ranging selection, from first editions and manuscript and typescript materials, to modern reprints.

Catalogue 172: Spiritualism & Psychical Research

The catalogue comprises a number of books and journals, on the subjects of Spiritualism, Psychical Research, and related aspects of occultism.

Catalogue 171: The Magickal Arts

The catalogue comprises a mixture of books and journals, relating to the Magical Arts.  Unusually for us the list comprises mainly modern works and new editions of classic texts, including a number of signed and limited editions,  as well as a few interesting older works.  The books hail from several collections, but notably there are a number of duplicates and otherwise surplus books from the library of well-known occult scholar Stephen Skinner.