London, Neptune Press, 1955 [first thus]. Octavo, xxviii, 155 pages. Quarter vellum and gilt-decorated cloth; vellum very slightly rubbed, corners slightly bumped; boards a little bowed; endpapers expertly replaced (retaining a bookplate); occasional ink marginalia (especially to the list of hexagrams at the rear); light tape-marks to the first and last leaves; a very good copy. One of 1100 copies. Bookseller Inventory # 66710
Title: 777 Revised. Vel Prolegomena Symbolica ad ...
Publisher: Neptune Press
Publication Date: 1955
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description New York, Samuel Weiser, 1970., 1970. Octavo, xxiv+156pp, original boards, previous owner stamp on flyleaf, otherwise a near fine copy. First edition. Seller Inventory # 213555
Book Description Samuel Weiser, New York, 1970. Condition: very good. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. First Thus. Contains tabulated form of concise information of comparative view of symbols from around the world religions. A type of magical and philosophical dictionary for practical occultism. hardcover, black cloth, green lettering on spine, white on bottom rear board, binding very good, pages clean, 155 pages, DJ wrapped in archival cover, small section missing top front by spine, minor chipping o/w very good. Seller Inventory # 5557973
Book Description S. Weiser, New York, 1970. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Weiser edition. (reprint of 777 ed. Very good in very good dust jacket. xxvii, 155 p. : illus.; 22 cm. Includes Illustrations. NF/VG. First Weiser edition 1970. Black cloth with green titles on spine. Seller Inventory # Alibris.0003412
Book Description The Neptune Press, London, 1955. First Edition thus. Hardcover. xxviii + 156pp. Demy Octavo. White parchment spine with gilt-decorated buckram boards. Top edge gilt. Tables & hexagrams. Edition limited to 1100 copies (There was also a vellum-bound edition of 12 copies and a full morocco edition of 7 copies). A revised edition of Crowley's Qabalistic masterwork, originally published in 1909, with much additional material. Crowley's former student and follower Gerald Yorke had worked on the revised edition of the book in the 1920s, but was unable to take it to press at the time. He finally published it in collaboration with Crowley's German-American student and occult heir Karl Germer in 1955. White parchment spine somewhat discoloured, a few light bumps to edges, a little discolouration to rear board. Pages toned, small mark discoloured spot to upper edge of text block (not affecting margins). A handful of ink and pencil annotations in the margins. Faint incense smell. Overall a sound, solid, about VG copy. No dust jacket (none issued, although copies came from the printer in a disposeable glassine wrapper which was sometimes retained). Seller Inventory # 58914