Some remarkable material in the latest list from Caduceus Books:

The realisation of the Crowley Thoth tarot deck is a towering achievement of Frieda Harris. It is she who brought into manifestation the seed of Crowley’s idea. The mother of the child that was to be the crowning achievement of Crowley’s magical endeavour. Her role in creating the pack and her tremendous influence over their appearance has often been overlooked. It can be noted that whilst the tarot cards are like other examples of her occult artwork they are nothing like Crowley’s art. We should remember that the Crowley Thoth tarot and the subsequent Book of Thoth owes both its appearance and very existence to Harris. The effort was immense. The items listed below are evidence to the fact that far more than 78 pictures were produced. One imagines Crowley was not the easiest to work with and that Harris must have showed immense patience and fortitude. Also it is generally not realised that the tarot pack we know today is not as Crowley intended. As evidenced in the items listed below one of the trumps Harris painted and Crowley chose is significantly different to the one selected for inclusion in the modern pack.

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Contents:-

1) Frieda Lady Harris and the Thoth Tarot Deck
i) The Underlying Geometry
ii) Original Paintings
iii) The Exhibition
iv) Early Use of Designs
v) Book of Thoth, First Colour Reproductions, First Ever Cards
vi) The Harris Prints
vi) The Yorke Prints
viii) A Crowley Comment
ix) Some later reprints

2) Frieda Harris and Crowley’s Teachings

3) Payment Methods

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1) Frieda Lady Harris and the Crowley Thoth Tarot

The realisation of the Crowley Thoth tarot deck is a towering achievement of Frieda Harris. It is she who brought into manifestation the seed of Crowley’s idea. The mother of the child that was to be the crowning achievement of Crowley’s magical endeavour. Her role in creating the pack and her tremendous influence over their appearance has often been overlooked. It can be noted that whilst the tarot cards are like other examples of her occult artwork they are nothing like Crowley’s art. We should remember that the Crowley Thoth tarot and the subsequent Book of Thoth owes both its appearance and very existence to Harris. The effort was immense. The items listed below are evidence to the fact that far more than 78 pictures were produced. One imagines Crowley was not the easiest to work with and that Harris must have showed immense patience and fortitude. Also it is generally not realised that the tarot pack we know today is not as Crowley intended. As evidenced in the items listed below one of the trumps Harris painted and Crowley chose is significantly different to the one selected for inclusion in the modern pack.

It should be realised that the involvement of Frieda Harris in Crowley’s occultism went far beyond the tarot pack. There has been some debate as to whether she can be considered a member of the O.T.O. The existence of the manuscript of a variation of De Natuara Deorum in her hand below leaves little doubt that she was. It is also clear that she worked extensively with Crowley’s Chinese teachings.

It is to be hoped that the cataloguing of these items assists recognition of her contribution.

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i) The Underlying Geometry

Frieda Harris, A Prospective Way of Drawing a Curve, Series of Seven Original Watercolours, Each approximately 9ins x 7ins. The numbered paintings with some pencil lines strikingly demonstrate the sacred geometry relating to the pentagram which underlies the design of the Hierophant tarot card. The last painting in the series features a black and white photo (112mm x 73mm) of the card which has been coloured and set within a painting showing the wider geometry. The tite appears in pencil in the hand of Frieda Harris and is confirmed in a pencil annotation in the hand of Gerald Yorke which also confirms Frieda Harris as the artist. Claas Hoffmann has established that Frieda Harris learnt the principles of Projective Synthetic Geometry from Olive Whitcher who was taught by Rudolf Steiner and fellow anthoposophists and that she used it in design of many of the tarot cards (see http://www.the-book-of-thoth.com/content-111.html) These drawings are striking testament to this process and a reminder of the contribution Harris made to the design as well as the execution of the cards. The pictures, which are visually impressive, have been glued upon a second piece of paper and then mounted on a third. There are tape marks on the borders but this does not affect the actual images. VG Order No. 370052 #500

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ii) Original Paintings

The Magician or Juggler , Watercolour 18ins x 11.5ins In plain mount, signed by Harris. A note by her on reverse states “Original version – Rejected” Radically different to the final design. #2495 http://www.caduceusbooks.com/occultartgallery/harris/S_MAGICIAN.html

The Fool, Watercolour 15ins x 11.5ins Portrays Harpo Marx as the Fool! #2495 http://www.caduceusbooks.com/occultartgallery/harris/S_FOOL_LATER.html
The Moon, Watercolour 15ins x 11.5ins #5995 This version is significantly different from the final version http://www.caduceusbooks.com/occultartgallery/harris/S_MOON.html

Knight of Discs, Watercolour 17.5ins x 11ins in mount with original decorated border as later used for the tarot cards. Very different from final version. #5250 http://www.caduceusbooks.com/occultartgallery/harris/S_KNIGHTD.html

Knight of Wands, Pencil sketch with some colour wash 13ins x 14ins Signed by Harris with her explanatory notes at foot. In plain mount. Very different from final version.#2495 http://www.caduceusbooks.com/occultartgallery/harris/S_KNIGHTW.html

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iii) The Exhibition, Nicholson & Venn Gallery, Oxford June 7th – 21st 1941. Curiously no mention is made of Crowley or the identity of the artist. Crowley’s diaries reveal that Harris asked him not to attend and which he was happy to do this.

Anon, Invitation Card, Private View of Occult & Alchemical Drawings June 7th 1941, Nicholson & Venn Gallery Card 4ins x 5ins Printed on one side. Exhibition of the original paintings by Frieda Harris of the Crowley Thoth Tarot. Probably Gerald Yorke’s invitation as it survived amongst his papers. One crease and tape marks to corners Good Order No. 370051 #75

Anon, Exhibition of Occult and Alchemical Designs for the Cards of the Tarot of the Egyptians, 1941 20pp leaflet. Issued for the exhibition of the original paintings for the Crowley Thoth tarot in that year. The original exhibtion was in Oxford, this copy may have been used for a second exhibition later that year, half the title page being removed as that carried details of the original show. The front cover carries a coloured illustration of a variant form of the Magician in which a bear overshadows the human figure. Authorship of the text describing the symbolism of the cards, Crowley appears to have had little involvement in the exhibition so it may be by Frieda Harris. It represents the first published description of the cards coming out almost three years before the Book of Thoth VG+ Order No. 370050 #120

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, The Magician, 1941 Coloured plate of a variant for of the card featuring a dark bear looming behind the human figure This image was used on the cover of exhibition catalogue for the 1941 Oford exhibiition of the original tarot pictures, this plate being printed at the same time. Order No. 370061 #30

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iv) Early Use of Designs,

Aleister Crowley, Liber Oz, OTO winter solstice 1941 Card Illustrated with Devil card by Frieda Harris, text of Liber Oz on reverse. 8ins x 6ins, printed in blue. A talismanic publication. Printed in England, published by Abbey of Thelema, Rainbow Valley, Palomar Mountains, California. Fine Order No. 370070 #120

Aleister Crowley, Liber Oz, OTO winter solstice 1941 8ins x 6ins, printed in blue. Card Illustrated with variant form of Aeon card by Frieda Harris, text of Liber Oz on reverse. This form of the design does not have the figure of Harpocrates so one can better see Horus and the star systems in the belly of Nuit. Remarkably it is this version of the Aeon card which appears in the 1st Edition of the Book of Thoth and the Weiser 1969. Presumably the version used in the modern packs and subsequent editions of the Book of Thoth was a variant that was not chosen by Crowley. Fine Order No. 370072 #200

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v) Book of Thoth, First Colour Reproductions, First Ever Cards

The Book of Thoth was issued on the Spring Equinox 1944 in a limited edition of 200 copies. It had striking coloured plates, far superior (colours being lusher and the detail clearer) to later reproductions which are muddy in comparison. The image is created by taking a series of photographs of the original picture using coloured filters. From these a plate is made up which prints only the yellow component of the original image, likewise the red and blue. Then a black and white image is taken which is then treated so that only the very darkest components appear. From this a plate is created. Then a sheet is printed with all four plates to create the completed image. The colours are printed as dots so the colours mix rather than overprint each other. The first items below are original proofs from the plates for the coloured illustrations in the first edition. Framed they would make visually striking items. It was not generally realised that Crowley and Harris also at this time printed the first ever Crowley Thoth tarot cards with the familiar Rose Cross design on the reverse, not a complete set, but those cards that were illustrated in colour in the Book of Thoth. Needless to say these first edition cards are extremely rare. All these images include the decorative boarder designed by Harris

The Universe, Colour Separations, (c.1943) Nine plates, 138mm x 94mm Three black and white images on different kinds of paper, black and white image lightened as base for colour. Blue component of image, red component, yellow component, yellow and red components combined. The last plate is all components combined in complete image. It is numbered XXII and a pencilled annotation initialed by Gerald Yorke notes that this was changed. Images all fine, pin holes labels and other marks on card surrounding image Order No. 370056 #120

Rose Cross Design on Reverse of Crowley Thoth Tarot, Colour Separations, Not Dated (1943?) Six plates with an image 137mm x 93mm which give the colour separations and final image for back of tarot cards. Thus the first plate is a black and white image of the card, the second its yellow components, the third its red components, fourth red and yellow components, fifth the blue components and lastly all the components to give the final image Images are in Fine condition, some of the paper surrounding them has drawing pin marks and a label plus a label. Order No. 370053 #120

The Lovers, Colour Separations, (c1943?) Seven plates (137mm x 93mm) black and white image; black and white image lightened; yellow component; red component; red and yellow components combined; blue component; all components combined – final image. All images Fine, tape marks pin holes, labels etc to surrounding card. Order No. 370058 #120

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, The Sun, Colour Separation Plates, (c1943?) Eleven plates preparing for creation of the first ever version of the card. Image size 137mm x 93mm on larger card. First plate is black and white image, the second is that image lightened so as to print only darkest components. Second plate is the blue components of the image. Third combines black and yellow components of the Sun trump and on reverese has fourth plate which shows the black component of Rose Cross design on reverse of card. Fifth image shows yellow component of the Sun whilst sixth plate is on the reverse and is complete full colour image of the Rose Cross design. Seventh plate is the red component of the Sun. Eighth shows red and yellow components of the image with the ninth, full colour complete Rose Cross design, on reverse. Tenth is full colour complete image of the Sun whilst the eleventh plate is on reverse and shows the back design in full colour. Images all Fine tape marks, pin holes and label on card surrounding image Order No. 370054 #200

Aleister Crowey and Frieda Harris, The Sun, Tarot Card, (c.1943) 1st Edition, 134mm x 89mm with full colour front and back. Printed on a thin card. Bright fresh colours and fine detail Fine Order No. 370055 #200

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, Ace of Discs, Tarot Card, (c.1943) 1st Ed (135mm x 90mm), full colour image front and back. Printed on a thin card. Tape marks to corners otherwise Fine Order No. 370051 #200

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, Ace of Swords, Tarot Card, (c.1943) 1st Ed (135mm x 90mm), full colour image front and back. Printed on a thin card Tape mark on left hand side otherwise Fine Order No. 370053 #200

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, Lust, Tarot Card, (c.1943) 1st Ed (135mm x 90mm), full colour image front and back. Tape marks to corners otherwise Fine Order No. 370052 #200

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, The Lovers, Tarot Card, (c1943?) 1st Ed (135mm x 90mm), full colour image front and back. Tape marks to corners otherwise Fine Order No. 370059 #200

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, The Universe, Tarot Card, (c.1943?) 1st Edition Card with full colour front and back. Tape marks to corners otherwise Fine Printed on a thin card. Order No. 370057 #200

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, The Ace of Swords, Tarot Card, (c.1943) 1st Ed (135mm x 90mm), full colour image front and back. Tape marks to corners otherwise Fine Printed on a thin card. Order No. 370060 #200

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vi) The Harris Prints

The original pictures were professionally photographed in black and white and then c.1945 the following photographic prints were made up from the negatives. As these are photographic prints and not reproductions they are not pixilated in any way and and can show detail lost in other reproductions. All are 6ins x 4ins and show the image of the tarot card without the border.

The Court Cards as published:-

Prince of Cups, VG Order No. 370063 #45

Princess of Swords, Signed on reverse by Frieda Harris VG Order No. 370034 #90

Prince of Swords, Signed on reverse by Frieda Harris VG Order No. 370038 #90

Prince of Discs, VG Order No. 370064 #45

Princess of Earth or Discs, Signed on reverse by Frieda Harris VG Order No. 370035 #90

The minor cards as published:-

Ace of Cups, Back of the card quite grubby, front unaffected VG Order No. 370039 #45

Eight of Swords, Brief printed explanation from the Exhibition Catalogue of meaning of the card glued to reverse which is signed by Frieda Harris VG Order No. 370025 #95

Five of Wands, Design is as publishes, but the edges of the images captured in this photo are cropped in the published version. VG Order No. 370031 #50

Three of Wands, A brief printed description of the card’s meaning from Exhibition Catalogue glued to reverse VG Order No. 370026 #50

Variations from the final versions:-

Trumps:-

The Magician, Variant design showing eight armed figure behind a caduceus, and ape behind him and distorted buildings in the background. Pencilled annotation on reverse “The Magician rejected card Yorke” Order No. 370065 #120

The Magician, The design is very different from the published version with the magician in profile running above a baboon, The background appears to be the curls of a snake Fine Order No. 370040 #100

Court Cards:-

Prince of Wands, This design is variant to the one published and now included in the Thoth deck portraying the lion in profile, fire below its feet. The Prince has a cloak akin to wings. Back grimy otherwise VG Order No. 370030 #100

Princess of Wands, This design is very slightly variant to the one published and now included in the Thoth deck. Signed on reverse by Frieda Harris and brief printed meaning of card from Exhibition catalogue affixed VG Order No. 370033 #120

Prince of Swords, The design is quite different from the one finally published and included in the Thoth tarot deck having a more naturalistic Prince being pulled by three fairies VG Order No. 370024 #100

Prince of Discs, This design is very different to the one published having an older figure, fruit and foliage arched around him VG (reverse grubby) Order No. 370028 #80

Minor Cards:-

Two of Wands, This design is variant to the one published being more like the published form of the four of Wands. Signed on reverse by Frieda Harris who also gives her address VG Order No. 370027 #120

Four of Wands, nd (c1945) This design is very slightly variant to the one published. VG Order No. 370032 #50

Seven of Wands, This design is slightly variant to the published version Fine Order No. 370036 #60

Ace of Cups, The design is very different from the one published and included in the Thoth tarot deck and features a styalised dove descending into a chalice VG Order No. 370037 #100

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vii) The Yorke Prints.

These black and white photographic prints were made up for Gerald Yorke from the original negatives in July 1951. The invoice confirms only one print was made from each negative. The prints are 130mm x 88mm. Being photos they are not pixilated and the detail is very impressive. Aside from tape marks to the corners which do not touch the images all are in Fine condition.

Please note:-
1) Each photo will be supplied with a numbered facsimile of the original invoice printed on goatskin parchment paper.
2) Unless otherwise stated Gerald Yorke has written in pencil the title (ie “Strife”, “Victory” “Valour” etc) of each card.

A rare opportunity to obtain an item created for and inscribed by Gerald Yorke, one of Crowley’s most important followers.

Photos of cards as published:-

Trumps:-

The Fool, Order No. YP-001 #40
The Priestess, Order No. YP-002 #40
The Emnpress, Order No. YP-003 #40
The Emperor, Order No. YP-004 #40
The Hierophant, Order No. YP-005 #40
The Lovers, Order No. YP-006 #40
The Chariot, Order No. YP-007 #40
Adjustment, Order No. YP-008 #40
The Hermit, Order No. YP-009 #40
Fortune, Order No. YP-010 #40
Lust, Order No. YP-011 #40
The Hanged Man, Order No. YP-012 #40
Death, Order No. YP-013 #40
Art, Order No. YP-014 #40
The Devil, Order No. YP-015 #40
The Tower, Order No. YP-016 #40
The Star, Order No. YP-017 #40
The Moon, Order No. YP-018 #40
The Sun, Order No. YP-019 #40
The Universe, Order No. YP-020 #40

The Court Cards:-

Knight of Wands, Order No. YP-021 #32
Queen of Wands, Order No. YP-022 #32
Prince of Wands, Order No. YP-023 #32
Princess of Wands, Order No. YP-024 #32

Knight of Cups, Order No. YP-025 #32
Queen of Cups, Order No. YP-026 #32
Prince of Cups, Order No. YP-027 #32
Princess of Cups, Order No. YP-028 #32

Knight of Swords, Order No. YP-029 #32
Queen of Swords, Order No. YP-030 #32
Prince of Swords, Order No. YP-031 #32
Princess of Swords, Order No. YP-032 #32 Knight of Discs, Order No. YP-033 #32 Queen of Discs, Order No. YP-034 #32 Prince of Discs, Order No. YP-035 #32 Princess of Discs, Order No. YP-036 #32

The Minor Cards:-

Ace of Wands, Order No. YP-037 #25
Two of Wands, Order No. YP-038 #25
Three of Wands, Order No. YP-039 #25
Four of Wands, Order No. YP-040 #25
Five of Wands, Order No. YP-041 #25
Six of Wands, Order No. YP-042 #25
Seven of Wands, Order No. YP-043 #25
Eight of Wands, Order No. YP-044 #25
of Wands, Order No. YP-045 #25
of Wands, Order No. YP-046 #25

Ace of Cups, Order No. YP-047 #25
Two of Cups, Order No. YP-048 #25
Three of Cups, Order No. YP-049 #25
Four of Cups, Order No. YP-050 #25
Five of Cups, Order No. YP-051 #25
Six of Cups, Order No. YP-052 #25
Seven of Cups, Order No. YP-053 #25
Eight of Cups, Order No. YP-054 #25
Nine of Cups, Order No. YP-055 #25
Ten of Cups, Order No. YP-056 #25

Ace of Swords, Order No. YP-057 #25
Two of Swords, Order No. YP-058 #25
Three of Swords, Order No. YP-059 #25
Four of Swords, Order No. YP-060 #25
Five of Swords, Order No. YP-061 #25
Six of Swords, Order No. YP-062 #25
Seven of Swords, Order No. YP-063 #25
Eight of Swords, Order No. YP-064 #25
Nine of Swords, Order No. YP-065 #25
Ten of Swords, Order No. YP-066 #25

Ace of Discs, Order No. YP-067 #25
Two of Discs, Order No. YP-068 #25
Three of Discs, Order No. YP-069 #25
Four of Discs, Order No. YP-070 #25
Five of Discs, Order No. YP-071 #25
Six of Discs, Order No. YP-072 #25
Seven of Discs, Order No. YP-073 #25
Eight of Discs, Order No. YP-074 #25
Nine of Discs, Order No. YP-075 #25
Ten of Discs, Order No. YP-076 #25

The Yorke prints also record a number of variant designs from the final printed versions. Unless otherwise stated these items do not have pencilled annotations by Gerald Yorke:-

Variant trumps:-

The Magician, Variant form of the Magus card showing a bear looming behind human figure, as used on Exhibition Catalogue. Has title written in pencil by Yorke. Order No. YP-077 #80

The Magician, Variant form of card showing an eight armed Hermes standing behind a Caduceus an Infinity symbol above his head, a large ape lurks behind him and there are distorted buildings in the background Has title written in pencil by Yorke. Order No. YP-078 #90

The Magician, Variant form of card showing a stylised Hermes, his body in profile his head facing out, running above an ape. Around him various articles, above a winged disc. The background suggests the curls of a snake. Order No. YP-079 #80

The Hierophant, Variant form of design having a Roman or Greek female figure hoding a sword aloft rather than the Egyptian female figure holding the sword pointing downwards Order No. YP-080 #60

Adjustment, Radically variant form of image with highly stylised figure, dove and raven Order No. YP-081 #110

Fortune, Variant form of image the sphinx having a long sabre, no pencilled annotation by Yorke on this item. Order No. YP-082 #60

Hanged Man, Variant form of image not having the usual snake at the base of the image, his foot is not nailed and there are slight differences to the ankh etc. Order No. YP-083 #60

The Aeon, Variant form of card not having the image of Harpocrates and accordingly one can see the image of Horus and the star systems in the belly of Nuit far clearer. Remarkably it was this version that appeared in the 1st Edition of the Book of Thoth and the 1969 reprint by Weisers. Subsequent editions and the modern packs employ what presumably was a rejected image, perhaps the original painting not being available to copy. Given that this, the original chosen image of the Aeon card, has only ever been reproduced in monotone this item is the best possible image of the picture that one could ever hope to obtain. Each photo is supplied with a numbered facsimile of the original invoice to Gerald Yorke for the making up on prints from negatives supplied. Order No. YP-084 #200

Variant Court cards:-

Prince of Wands, Quite variant form of image with the lion in profile, more fire in the foreground and the Prince having a cloak akin to wings Order No. YP-085 #70

Princess of Wands, Radically variant form of image with pricess facing the viewer wearing tiger skin Order No. YP-086 #90

Prince of Cups, Variant form of image very different to published form with the Prince with gossamer wings standing on the chariot hoding aloft a flower The bird pulling the chariot is shown in profile. Order No. YP-087 #70

Prince of Cups, Variant form of image very different to published form with the Prince with gossamer wings standing on the chariot hoding aloft a flower The bird pulling the chariot is shown in profile. A snake dives out of his midriff. Order No. YP-088 #70

Prince of Discs, Variant form of image very different to published form. An older figure fruits spiralling around his head is pulled by a far more passive looking bull Order No. YP-089 #70

Variant Minor Cards

Prince of Swords, Very variant form of image with more figurative prince pulled by three fairies Order No. YP-090 #90

Ace of Wands, Radically variant form. Order No. YP-091 #90

Two of Wands, Radically variant form of image with different astrological attribution, design kin to the published version of four of wands. Order No. YP-092 #60

Three of Wands, Slighty variant form of image. Order No. YP-093 #40

Four of Wands, Slighty variant form of image. Order No. YP-094 #40

Seven of Wands, Slighty variant form of image. Order No. YP-095 #40

Ace of Cups, Radically variant form of image more akin to Golden Dawn pack with hand holding aloft a chalice with small dove descending therein from out of a Hebrew letter. Order No. YP-096 #90

Ace of Cups, Radically variant form of image with styalised dove descending into chalice. Order No. YP-097 #90

Ace of Swords, Radically variant form of image. Order No. YP-098 #90

Ace of Swords, Radically variant form of image. Order No. YP-099 #90

Ace of Discs, Radically variant form of image Order No. YP-100 #90

Ralph Steptoe, Invoice, to Gerald Yorke, 19th July 1951 1pp Professional photographer in Surrey records receipt of nearly #10 for supplying 100 prints from negatives of Tarot cards (A numbered facsimile of this item is supplied with each of the photographic prints) VG Order No. 370062 #30

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viii) A Crowley Comment

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, Tarot Trump, Not Dated (c.1942?) Small format stiff card (91mm x 60mm) with rounded corners carrying a monchrome image with plain white back. It is Trump I (the Magus) however this the number and word “TRUMPS” has been crossed out with pen and an black and white photograph of a variant form of the Wheel of Fortune fixed over the image. On the reverse Crowley has written “The Wheel of Fortune – Jupiter. I made her change that ridiculous sabre; it’s O.K. (as we say in England) now” A nice item! Order No. 370019 #600

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ix) Some later reprints

Aleister Crowley, Book of Thoth, Weiser 1969 xii + 287pp Coloured plates. Larger format (10ins x 8ins) than later reprints. Also has the version of the Aeon card that Crowley chose and which appeared in the 1st Edtion. This version does not have the child Harpocrates which obscures the stars system in the belly on Nuit. Book itself is in excellent good condition being Very Good in very worn DW missing 2ins x 1ins at base of spine, quite darkened and rubbed now in two parts. Order No. 360078 #55

Aleister Crowley, Book of Thoth, Weiser 1982 Paperback xii + 287pp Coloured plates some uneven fading to covers Good Order No. 365000 #6

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, Thoth Tarot Cards, U.S. Games System 1983 Cards Mint being still sealed in cellophane, with booklet in Fine Box Order No. 365001 #15

Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, TOT Tarot, Esoterica 1991 Yugoslavian edition of the cards. Cards in Mint condition being still sealed in cellophane. Box in Very Good condition Order No. 365002 #15

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