Freemasonry

  • The Twelve Treasured Tomes of Freemasonry by Norman Hickox

    The Twelve Treasured Tomes of Freemasonry by Norman Hickox, published in 1938. An overview of what the author considered the best works on the Craft. Sections Include: The Secret Tradition in Freemasonry by Waite, Are Quatuor Coronatorum, The Constitutions of 1723, Illustrations of Masonry by Preston, Jurisprudence of Freemasonry by Mackey, etc. etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear only.

  • The Early History of Freemasonry in England by James Orchard Halliwell

    The Early History of Freemasonry in England by James Orchard Halliwell, published in 1844. A curious early poem on masonry in the ancient English language. Rear of the book contains a glossary of the obsolete words used. An unusual and obscure item. Hardcover with light shelfwear and sunning to edges of cover. Paper spine label worn.

  • The Lost Word of Freemasonry by Henry Pirtle

    The Lost Word of Freemasonry by Henry Pirtle, published in 1951. Sections Include: The Masons Quest, The Men’s House: The Knowledge of the Word, The Lost Word, The Secret Tradition, The Jewish Cabala, The Great Logos (Light) In the Beginning, Magic in Names, Hiram Rises as Christ, etc. etc. Illustrated. Hardcover with light shelfwear only.

  • The Freemasons: The History, Nature, Development and Secret of the Royal Art by Eugen Lennhoff

    The Freemasons: The History, Nature, Development and Secret of the Royal Art by Eugen Lennhoff Translated by Einar Frame, published in 1934. Illustrated with 63 plates and 15 illustrations in the text. Sections Include: The Underlying Idea, Symbols and Ritual, The Secret, The Early History of Freemasonry, The Founders, French Masonry, Freemasonry on German Soil, The Progressive Period in Austria Under the Emperor Francis Joseph, Italy, Russia, Spain and Portugal, Present Day Freemasonry in Various Countries, The Destruction of Italian Freemasonry, Old and New Opponents, Political World Domination, The Aaron Apron of the Jahveh Brethren, Freemasonry and the League of Nations, etc. etc. Hardcover with shelfwear to corners and ends.

  • Revolution and Freemasonry 1680-1800 by Bernard Fay

    Revolution and Freemasonry 1680-1800 by Bernard Fay, published in 1935. Sections Include: The Revolt of the Grand Seigneurs, The Rise of Freemasonry, Lights and Shadows of Freemasonry, From Masonry to Revolution, etc. etc. Hardcover with original jackets with chipping and sheflwear to corners and edges of jacket.

  • Freemasons Book of the Royal Arch by Bernard E. Jones

    Freemasons Book of the Royal Arch by Bernard E. Jones, published in 1957. Sections Include: Whence Came the Royal Arch, How Craft Conditions Prepared the Way for the Royal Arch, At the ‘Antient” Masons and the Royal Arch, York Royal Arch Masonry, Traditional History The Crypt Legend, The Biblical Background, The Ineffable Name, The Ritual and Its Development, Passing the Veils, The Irish Royal Arch, The Scottish Royal Arch, etc. etc. Hardcover with original jacket with loss to corners of jacket.

  • Royal Arch Masonry by John Stokes

    Royal Arch Masonry by John Stokes, published in 1923. Sections Include: Early History and Origin, The Order Since the Union, Supreme Grand Chapter, Other R.A. Organizations, Historical Remarks on the Temples, Ritual and Ceremonial, etc., etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear to corners and ends.

  • Sidelights on Freemasonry (Craft and Royal Arch) by Bro. The Rev. John T. Lawrence

    Sidelights on Freemasonry (Craft and Royal Arch) by Bro. The Rev. John T. Lawrence, published in 1909. Sections Include: The Order f the Holy Royal Arch, Christianity and Freemasonry, The Symbol of the Cross, The Volume of the Sacred Law, Freemasonry in India, The Lodge Summons, The Lodge Banquet, Masonic Literature, Metropolitan Freemasonry, Ladies on the Level, Masonic Jewelry, Ways and means, Unattached Freemasons, etc, etc. Hardcover with gilt lettering and blind stamped crest on board. Light shelfwear to corners and ends.

  • That Which was Lost: A Treatise on Freemasonry and the English Mistery by William Sanderson

    That Which was Lost: A Treatise on Freemasonry and the English Mistery by William Sanderson, published in 1930. Sections Include: Freemasonry as A Bulwark of Society, Politics and Morals, Kingship in Freemasonry, Moral Decadence, The Function of Religion, Religious Decadence, The Fuction of Freemasonry, etc. Hardcover with original jacket with shelfwear to jacket.

  •  Our Ancient Brethren The Originators of Freemasonry by the Rev. F. De P. Castells

    Our Ancient Brethren The Originators of Freemasonry by the Rev. F. De P. Castells, published in 1932. Sections Include: Our Ancient Ancestors-Our Holy Ancestors, Who Were the Kabbalists, What is the Meaning of C.R.C., The Cross of the Rosicrucians, Looking Back the Rosicrucians Were Kabbalists, Looking Forward the Rosicrucians Were Freemasons, The Rosy Cross in England, Fama Fraternitatis, Confession Franternitatis, The Secret Vault of the Rosy Cross, The Rosy Cross A Cryptic Order, etc. etc. Hardcover with gilt lettering and very light shelfwear to corners and ends.

  • Historical Analysis of the Holy Royal Arch Ritual by The Rev. R. De P. Castells

    Historical Analysis of the Holy Royal Arch Ritual by The Rev. R. De P. Castells, published in 1929. Sections Include: The Royal Arch Degree, The Opening of the Chamber, The Reception in the Chamber, The Veils, The Ob, The Protagonists in our Story, the Central Mythos, The Investiture, The Historical Lecture, The Symbolic Lecture, The Mystical Lecture, The Royal Arch Sign, The Closing of the Chapter, etc. etc. Hardcover with gilt letting on spine and cover, only the very lightest shelfwear.

  • The Old Constitutions of Freemasonry by J. Roberts

    The Old Constitutions of Freemasonry Being a Reprint of the Earliest Printed Edition Now in the Library of the Grand Lodge of Iowa which was published by J. Roberts in 1722 together with a forward by Joseph Fort Newton, published in 1917. Limited edition of a thousand copies this being number 699. Hardcover with shelf wear to corners and ends.

  • Legenda XIX-XXX

    Legenda XIX-XXX, undated circa 1880. An outline of the higher degrees of Freemasonry within the Scottish Rite system covering 19th through 30th degree. Hardcover with gilt lettering and light shelfwear to corners and ends.

  • The Impact of the Kabbalah in the Seventeenth Century: The Life and Thought of Francis Mercury van Helmont (1614-1698) by Allison P. Coudert

    The Impact of the Kabbalah in the Seventeenth Century: The Life and Thought of Francis Mercury van Helmont (1614-1698) by Allison P. Coudert, published in 1999. Issued by Brill Academic Publishers. Hardcover with original jacket, near fine.

  • The Mysteries of Freemasonry; or An Exposition of the Religious Dogmas and Customs of The Ancient Egyptians Showing from the Origin, Nature, and Object of the Rites and Ceremonies of Remote Antiquity, Their Identity with the Order of Modern Masonry, with Some Remarks on the Metamorphosis of Apuleus with Numerous Illustrative Woodcuts by John Fellows

    The Mysteries of Freemasonry; or An Exposition of the Religious Dogmas and Customs of The Ancient Egyptians Showing from the Origin, Nature, and Object of the Rites and Ceremonies of Remote Antiquity, Their Identity with the Order of Modern Masonry, with Some Remarks on the Metamorphosis of Apuleus with Numerous Illustrative Woodcuts by John Fellows, undated circa 1890. Hardcover with shelf wear to corners and ends. Gilt lettering on spine faded. Occasional pen margin notation from prior owner as well as blue colored pencil underlining of occasional passages. Title page printed at a slight angle by the publisher.

  • Historical Analysis of the Holy Royal Arch Ritual by F. De Castells

    Historical Analysis of the Holy Royal Arch Ritual by F. De Castells, published in 1929. Sections Include: The Royal Arch Degree, The Opening of the Chamber, The Veils, The Vaulted Chamber, The Ob, The Protagonists of Our Story, The Central Mythos, The Investiture, The Historical Lecture, The Symbolic Lecture, The Mystical Lecture, The Royal Arch Signs, etc. etc. Hardcover with gilt lettering and light shelfwear only.