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Category: All Categories: Occult and Mysterious Phenomena: Occult: Old and Rare
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1.
Bayley, Harold.  
A New Light on the Renaissance Displayed in Contemporary Emblems. By Harold Bayley.

Publisher: London, J. M. Dent & Co., 1909.
viii, 270 p., illus., index, 26 cm. "Illustrated with reproductions of numerous emblems." Bayley believed that the secret lore of the Cabala was passed through emblems in paper watermarks and later in printers' marks. Stock# 38284. Vg, covers scuffed. "Notes and references" (p. 233-261).

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Hermes Trismegistus. Corpus Hermeticum. Ficino, Marsilio, 1433-1499, translator.  
Il Pimandro [Poimandres] di Mercurio Trismegisto. Tradotto da Tommaso Benci in Lingua Toscana.

Publisher: In Firenze [appresso Lorenzo Torrentino] 1548.
12 p.l., 119 p., 8 ll., 16.5 cm. (Octavo: *8, **4, A-G8, H4, I4, I4). "After Marsilio Ficino had completed his Latin translation from the Greek in 1463, he asked his friend Tommaso Benci (1427-1470) to produce a version in Tuscan. This circulated in Manuscript. This first Italian edition was edited by Carlo Lenzoni and Corpus Hermeticum (bibliography) 51; Adams (Cambridge) H 350; Gamba 1515; Ferguson I: 389 (the 1549 edition). OB 289. VG; bound in full modern leather.

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Ladrague, Auguste/ Aleksei Sergieevich Uvarov  
Sciences Secretes

Publisher: Moscow, Imprimerie W. Gautier, 1870/ Mansfield, CT, Martino, 2003..
ix, 217 p. Originally printed in 1870 in only 75 copies. Auguste Ladrague, a leading French intellect in 19th century Russia, prepared this catalog of the occult books in the library of Alexis Sergieevich Uvarov which had been formed by his father Serge. For noble families such as the Uvarov, Russian mysticism and the occult were very closely bound (Rasputin was not an accident) This collection of 1883 books contains important and rare early editions. Besterman 4301. (1596x.) Fine, new from publisher/ no dj as issued.

Appr.: | AUD 59.46 CAD 60.84 EUR 40.00 GBP 33.13 JPY 5,500.00 MXN 687.50 ZAR 550.00 

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