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Aleister Crowley Bibliotheca Crowleyana: Bibliography
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Aleister Crowley Bibliotheca Crowleyana: Bibliography

By Fuller, J.F.C. (Crowley, Aleister)

London: Delectus Books, 1991 In the absence of a full bibliography of Aleister Crowley, this facsimile edition of the catalogue of J.F.C. Fuller's collection, sold in 1966, provides an important bibliographical reference and listing of many rare and unique books, pamphlets, proofs, MSS, etc. by or associated with Crowley, including many not found in the Gerald Yorke's listing along with the full text of Fuller's informative introductory essay. "An essential resource for the Crowley collector." Nuit-Isis. "Drool over the unobtainable pieces of Crowley's legacy". Mezlim.. First Thus. Paperback. New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$6.19

In the Name of the Bodleian and other Essays

By Birrell, Augustine

London: Elliot Stock, 1905 First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library.

$18.60

William The Immortal: An Illustrated Bibliography Including Previously Uncollected Writings of Richmal Crompton
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William The Immortal: An Illustrated Bibliography Including Previously Uncollected Writings of Richmal Crompton

By Schutte, David / Richmal Crompton

Midhurst: David Schutte, 1993 A bibliogarphy of Richmal Crompton's Just William series.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Thomas Henry. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$117.79

Monthly Bibliography Part I: Books, Offical Documents, Serials: No. 11/12 -1978

By United Nations Library

Geneva: United Nations Library, 1978 First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$24.80

Monthly Bibliography Part I: Books, Offical Documents, Serials: No. 2/3 -1979

By United Nations Library

Geneva: United Nations Library, 1979. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$31.00

The Vampire in Literature: A Critical Bibliography (Studies in Speculative Fiction, No. 21)

By Carter, Margaret L.

Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989 The definitive bibliography of the vampire in fiction, verse and dramatic works. Includes text by Devendra P. Varma, a scholar of Dracula and vampirism. An essential reference for the academic and vampire fan. Last few copies. An unread copy.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$24.74

Bizarre Books
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Bizarre Books

By Ash, Russell and Lake, Brian

London: Pavilion, 1998. Useful reference to bizarre books and literature.. First Thus. Paperback. New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$12.39

The Eighteenth Century Gothic Novel: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism and Selected Texts (Garland reference library of the humanities)

By McNutt, Dan J.

New York: Garland Publishing, 1975 Foreword by Devendra Varma and Maurice Levy. Includes Matthew G. Lewis, Ann Radcliffe, William Beckford, Horace Walpole, Clara Reeve, Charlotte Turner etc. No Jacket, as Issued.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/No Jacket, as Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$18.54

Bibliography of Modern Icelandic Literature in Translation: Supplement, 1971-1980

By Ober, Kenneth H.

Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1990 No Jacket, as Issued. First Edition. Hardcover. New/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$7.43

A Short-title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland and Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640: Volume 2: I-Z

By Pollard, A.W. & Redgrave, G.R.

London: Oxford University Press, 1976 Revised and enlarged by William Alexander Jackson, F.S. Ferguson, Katharine F. Pantzer.. Second Printing. Hardcover. Good/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Ex-Library.

$43.40

A Guide to the Historical and Archaeological Publications of Societies in England and Wales, 1901-1933
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A Guide to the Historical and Archaeological Publications of Societies in England and Wales, 1901-1933

By Mullins, E.L.C

London: University of London: The Athlone Press, 1968. some wear to d/j. First Edition. Cloth. Good/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$37.20

Factsheet Five Number 39

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1990. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

Factsheet Five Number 42

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1991. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

Factsheet Five Number 36

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1990. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

Factsheet Five Number 40

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1990. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

Factsheet Five Number 34

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1990. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

Factsheet Five Number 41

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1991. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

Factsheet Five Number 38

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1990. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

Factsheet Five Number 33

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1989. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

Factsheet Five Number 43

By Gunderloy, Mike (Editor)

Rensselaer: Mike Gunderloy, 1991. Before bullentin boards and before the internet there was Factsheet five. Factsheet Five was a periodical consisting almost exclusively of short reviews of privately produced printed matter along with contact details of the editors and publishers. In the 1980s and early 1990s, its comprehensive reviews (literally thousands in each issue) made it the most important publication in its field, heralding the wider spread of what would eventually be called fanzine or zine culture. Before the adoption of the web & e-mail beginning around 1994, publications such as Factsheet Five formed a vital directory for connecting like-minded people. The magazine was originally published in 1982 by Mike Gunderloy on a spirit duplicator in his bedroom while he lived in an Alhambra, California slanshack. The original focus was science fiction fanzines (the title comes from a short story by science fiction author John Brunner). Gunderloy later moved to Rensselaer, New York, where he continued to publish. By 1987, he was running a zine BBS, one of the first associated with an underground publication. In 1990, Cari Goldberg Janice and (briefly) Jacob Rabinowitz joined as co-editors. Gunderloy quit publishing Factsheet Five following the completion of Issue #44 in 1991. Some pen marking inside.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$55.80

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