Books by and about Aleister Crowley.
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 272 is devoted to all disciplines that fall within the category: Hermetica. Enjoy browsing!
This is the tenth of a series presenting a selection of works by and about Aleister Crowley, most from the collection of Clive Harper, and other known Crowley enthusiasts.
As with all our Miscellany catalogues this list comprises a selection of books from across our areas of specialty, ranging from rare and out-of-print works, limited editions, and signed copies to used modern paperbacks.
The two hundred and sixty-eighth of our internet catalogues is another of our Magick lists. We know that many customers have been frustrated at not being able to buy the items that they want as they sell so quickly, so we hope that by producing larger catalogues, slightly further apart, there will be more to choose from and buyers will have a better chance of securing what they want. The catalogue comprises a mixed selection of old and recent books on Magick, and the occult arts, including a number of limited and deluxe editions of modern small-press publications, some more unusual older works. There are also some interesting signed and association copies so it is well worth taking the time to explore it properly.
Another of our Miscellany catalogues, and thus includes book in all subjects in the Esoteric areas in which we specialize. Hopefully there is a gem to be found by everyone!
Catalogue No. 266 is the ninth in a series of catalogues offering works by and about Aleister Crowley, and which include books from the libraries of both Clive Harper and Martin P. Starr.