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W1. Adam, I, Witch Hunt, B.C.A. 1978, 8vo red cloth with silver titles to spine, 256pp including index, decorated end papers; a detailed examination of the great Scottish witch trials of 1697; faint soiling to edges of text block otherwise internally and externally clean and tight, very good + £3.50

W12AAA. Cunningham, S, Cunningham’s Magical Sampler, 1st edition, 2nd printing, Llewellyn 8vo pbk. 2013, 12 + 252pp, with illustrations in the text; a collection of spells and other writings relating to modern witchcraft; flattened crease to one upper page corner otherwise near fine £3.50

W12BB. Davies, O, America Bewitched, 2013, 1st soft cover printing, Oxford 8vo pbk. 2016, 10 + 289pp including index + 16pp plates. The history of witchcraft in America from the Salem witch trials through to the present day. Light bumping to corners, very faint reading crease to spine, laminate layer lifting slightly at top of front wrapper, internally clean and tight, a near very good copy £3.50

W13E. Farrar, J. & S; The Witches Bible, Phoenix 8vo pbk. 1996, 192pp including index & 10 + 349pp including index, both with illustrations in the text and plates; the texts of Eight Sabbats for Witches & The Witches’ Way, together forming a comprehensive practical account of the rites and ceremonies of Gardnerian Wicca. Very faint, hardly noticeable reading crease to spine, a couple of trivial marks to covers, internally clean and tight, very good + £8

W014. Farrar, J & S, Spells and How They Work, 1990, B.C.A 1993, large 8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine, 191pp, with a few illustrations in the text + 4pp plates, a practical guide within the framework of modern Wicca. Minor soil mark to lower part of rear board, faint soiling to edges of text block, internally clean and tight, very good in good + (some light edge creasing, lower part of rear panel lightly soiled, and marked with a couple of small closed splits) d/w £3.50

W14A. Gallagher, A-M, The Wicca Bible, 2005, Octopus Publishing square F’cap 8vo pbk 2019, 400pp including index, illustrated in colour throughout; a comprehensive introduction to modern Wicca covering rituals, spells, etc. A couple of trivial marks to tips of spine, very near fine £2.50

W14G. Hardie, T, Hocus Pocus: Titania’s Book of Spells, 1996, Quadrille 2000, large landscape 8vo, velvet covered  pbk. , 120pp including index, with full page coloured illustrations. Simple spells for healing, love, success, etc. Covers slightly rubbed, rear cover lightly marked, contents clean and tight. Very good £1.50

W15D. Hutton, R, The Triumph of the Moon, 1st edition, O.U.P 1999, reprinted, 8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt titles to spine, 16 + 486pp including index. Despite the author’s trust in certain unsound ‘occult authorities’, the work remains an otherwise excellent, scholarly, comprehensive, and much needed history of modern pagan witchcraft. Top edge of text block a little darkened and soiled; slight damage without loss to outer margin of a couple of leaves with faint indentation to a very few margins either side (manufacturing fault?) but otherwise a very good + clean and tight copy  in very near fine d/w £10

W16BB. King, Francis X, Witchcraft and Demonology, 1st edition, Hamlyn 1987, 4to, pictorial laminated hard covers, 157pp including index, with photographs and other illustrations in the text,, many in colour, pictorial end papers; a concise popular account of witchcraft and devil worship through the ages. Spine slightly bumped at head and tail, edges of text block spotted, some occasional foxing, mainly to upper margins, text relatively clean overall, a near very good copy in very good + (some faint shelf rubbing) d/w £6

W16CE. Ladurie, E Le Roy, Jasmine’s Witch, 1st American edition, 1st printing, George Braziller 1987, 8vo, light grey cloth with purple foil titles to spine and front board, 10 + 222pp including index + 5 plates and 2 maps (one double page), translated from the French by Brian Pearce; the reality behind a 19th century story of witchcraft in 16th century Gascony; minor spotting to cloth, small mark to front end paper otherwise internally clean and tight, very good in like (a little minor wear to edges) d/w £8