n this section, we upload all previously published catalogues divided by theme.
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|A Catalogue of Recent Acquisitions (2019):
A selection of great new entries, including one precious leaf from a 1455 Gutemberg Bible; two spectacular incunabula and other rare religious and political writings.
|Catalogue of Medical, Anatomical and Dental Books:
A collection of medical writings, including a very rare English ms. about astrological medicine (no. 3); a unique presentation copy of Neander’s Tabacologia (no. 10) and Robert Hooke’s famous collection of scientific observations (no. 12).
|Sets & Periodicals:
This catalogue displays our collection of full sets of volumes from celebrated authors. From the collected works of Aristotle printed by Aldus’ heirs (no.1) to Crowley’s The Equinox in ten volumes (no. 8), this catalogue offers access to the complete works of some of the greatest writers of the past.
One of our best-represented subjects, the catalogue about natural history presents some exceptional work such as the first edition of Bloch’s Ichtyologie (no. 2); Grew’s Anatomy of Plants (no. 15) and the very rare account of the nature of Antigua by Lydia Byam, with original coloured plates (no. 4).
|Illuminated Manuscripts & Miniatures:
Our catalogue of illuminated manuscripts and miniatures includes an exceedingly rare breviary made for the Abbey of Saint-Loup in Troyes, home of one of the finest workshops of the late fifteenth century (no. 2).
Aleister Crowley (1875 – 1947) is considered one of the most controversial figures of the twentieth century because of his contribution to modern magic and the great influence that he had over occult studies. Here, we present unpublished and extremely rare material by Crowley himself; and other fundamental publications regarding his life and secrets. An unpublished, Baudlairian sonnet in French (no. 1) and a charcoal view from the Thelema Abbey near Palermo (no. 12) are among the most significative pieces of this collection.
|Church and Religion|