London: Skoob Books. 1991. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. First Edition. Thin quarto, original black boards titled in gilt on spine panel, illustrated endpapers. 66 pp, title page in colour, numerous plates in colour and black & white. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Fine in Dust Jacket. Item #310416
¶ A memoir of the very personal relationship between Aleister Crowley and Kenneth Grant, together with the transcripts of letters Grant received before and after his stay with Crowley at Hastings in 1945. An excellent and fascinating compilation, containing much previously unpublished material and many illustrations available only here. Facsimiles of Crowley's letters, a colour photograph of Crowley's Masonic Headress and medallion, his copper dagger and two G.:.D.:. sashes, his Masonic collar, a reproduction of the LAM drawing and a full-page colour reproduction of the verso of the drawing with inscription from Crowley to Grant, etc, etc, etc. An excellent production. Fulgur Limited thought it worthy enough to re-release it on the Centenary of the reception of Liber Al vel Legis, they issued 93 copies of the Skoob edition, slipcased and signed by Kenneth Grant in 2004. We offer here a fine copy of the original unsigned Skoob edition in fine condition in a fine dust jacket.