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T01. Appa Row, V, The Will and the Plan in Science, 1st edition thus, Theosophical Publishing House 1931, Cr8vo, stapled  orange paper wraps printed in black, 18pp; an explanation of the Logos or divine word according to science by a professor of mathematical physics.  A little faint soiling to wraps in places with faint crease marks near spine fold, internally clean and tight, a near very good copy of the uncommon first issue £8

T1A. Besant, A, Theosophy and Christianity, 1st edition thus, Theosophical Publishing House 1914, Cr8vo, stapled buff paper wraps printed in black, 23pp; wraps lightly rubbed at edges, slightly darkened and with a couple of minor marks and a tiny dent and pencil ownership signature to front wrapper, light tanning to first and last pages, some light foxing and soiling to margins, text clean and tight, a good overall and textually clean and tight copy of the uncommon first issue £6

T2C. Bhagavan Das, M.A, The Metaphysic and Psychology of Theosophy, 1st edition thus, Theosophical Publishing House 1921, Cr8vo stapled buff paper wraps printed in black, 30pp, reprinted from the Theosophist 1916; wraps darkened and slightly soiled, corners bumped and creased, first and last pages tanned, minor spots to a few margins, a couple affecting text which is otherwise clean and tight, overall a good approaching good + copy of the uncommon first stand alone issue £6

T2CC. Besant, A, Eight Booklets and Pamphlets, Cr8vo, bound together in blue cloth (probably circa 1900), all published by the Theosophical Publishing Society, spine lettered in black, top edge gilt, original wrappers not bound in (except for front wrapper of number 4), and comprising of: 1. A Fragment of Autobiography, 1875-1891, 1st edition, no date (1891), 16pp; 2. A Rough Outline of Theosophy, 1st edition 1892, 24pp; 3. In Defence of Theosophy, 1st edition, no date; (c.1890s) 20pp; 4. Why You Should be a Theosophist, 1st edition, no date, (1892) 8pp; 5. Theosophy and its Practical Application, 1st edition, no date, (1893) 8pp; 6. The Masters as Facts and Ideals, 1st edition 1895, 35pp; 7. Theosophy in Questions and Answers, 1st edition 1893, 32pp; 8. Theosophy and its Evidences, 1st edition, no date, (c.1890s) 24pp. Covers a little soiled, spine dull, first and last leaves of text browned, some occasional minor spotting to margins, some minimal light pencil annotation, early ink ownership signature to title page of first part, text overall very clean and tight. Very good – overall. A nice selection of hard to find first editions, numbers 2, 4, and 8 are uncommon, 3, 5, 6, and 7 are scarce, with the Fragment of Autobiography now increasingly rare £125

T16B. Hare, H.E & W.L, Who Wrote the Mahatma Letters? The first thorough examination of the communications alleged to have been received by the late A.P Sinnett from Tibetan Mahatmas, 1st edition, Williams & Norgate 1936, 8vo, blue cloth with gilt titles to spine and front board, top edge stained blue, 326pp, with two facsimiles in the text  + a frontispiece, folding map and 4 plates. A devastating critique of the Mahatma letters and despite diligent efforts by Theosophists to give masters Morya and Koot Hoomi a material reality, the Hare brothers remain unrefuted. Spine faded and lightly crushed at head and tail, spine gilt remains bright, faint shelf rubbing to boards, minor bumping to corners, minor spotting to edges of text block, light foxing to first and last few leaves otherwise internally clean and tight, overall, a near very good copy of a relatively scarce book £70

T19D. Karim, A, Islam: A Study, 1st edition thus, Theosophical Publishing House 1932, Cr8vo, stapled orange paper wraps printed in black, 19pp, crease marks to wraps near foot of spine fold, slightly affecting inner lower corners throughout, minor bumping to top outer corners, text clean and tight, overall a near very good clean copy of the uncommon first issue £6