Nicholas Flamel's Hieroglyphical Key, Being an Explication of Alchemical Figures which he caused to be painted upon an arch in St. Innocents Church Yard, Paris. Together with his Summary of Philosophy and his Testament. Eirenaeus Orandus and, a, Eirenaeus Orandus, William Wynn Westcott.

Nicholas Flamel's Hieroglyphical Key, Being an Explication of Alchemical Figures which he caused to be painted upon an arch in St. Innocents Church Yard, Paris. Together with his Summary of Philosophy and his Testament.

Seattle, WA: Ouroboros Press, 2014. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Small octavo. 128pp. Maroon cloth gilt-lettered on spine. B&w frontisportrait and illustrations. This edition limited to 679 copies. A recent hardcover edition of Nicholas Flamel’s "Hieroglyphical Key" along with two additional texts; "Summary of Philosophy" and his "Testament". Nicholas [Nicolas] Flamel (1330? – 1418) was a French scribe and manuscript-seller who was (centuries later) reported to have succeeded in making the alchemist's Philosopher's Stone. "As new" - Fine in Fine dust jacket. Item #62966

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