The Equinox. Vol. I No. IV (Volume One, Number Four). Aleister CROWLEY.

The Equinox. Vol. I No. IV (Volume One, Number Four).

London: Office of The Equinox, September 1910. First Edition. Hardcover, Small quarto, (9 1/2 x 7 3/8 inches) pp: (xvi) 352 + (viii) + 114 + (vi adverts) Original printed papered boards, with fabric spine with paper title-label. Illustrations. Crowley was the editor and principal author of most of the volumes of The Equinox, which contained a variety of poetry, fiction, and reviews - generally with esoteric themes - alongside a number of articles of occult instruction. The contents of this volume include Liber III, Liber A, The Temple Of Solomon The King. Part IV, Pan to Artemis, The Interpreter, Mr. Todd. A Morality, The Herb Dangerous. Part IV: The Hasheesh Eater, Half-hours With Famous Mahatmas, The Thief-Taker, The Poetical Memory, Adela, The Three Worms etc. & In The Temple by Victor B. Neuburg & The Eyes of St. Ljubov by J. F. C. Fuller and George Raffalovich. Includes as Special Supplement: The High History Of Sir Palamedes The Saracen Knight And Of His Following The Questing Beast. Boards somewhat darkened and grubby, spine darkened, paper-title-label creased, but 99% intact. The inner margin of the first advertisement leaf has been glued to the innermargin of the inside front cover, almost invisible archival tissue tape reinforcement on the inner margin of the reverse of the leaf. Page edges darkened, some pages a little darkened and discoloured, but overall a solid, complete, VG or better copy in much better-than-average condition. No dustjacket (none issued). A large heavy book that will require some additional shipping and insurance in addition to the amount automatically listed. The exact amount extra will depend on the destination and the method used - we will calculate it and contact you once you've placed your order, or you can enquire beforehand. Item #65863

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