The Book of the Law Centennial Edition
The book is the same as last years weiser edition with the following exceptions, the binding is a very pure red leather and not the orange-red colour of the weiser, all edges are gilt, which was an additional extra because of the long wait. The comment in class A is printed on handmade paper. The spine carries the title LIBER LEGIS in gilt, the front cover has the A.A. seal in gilt and the back cover has the O.T.O. lamen in gilt. it also has very nice endpapers. This edition is limited to 418 copies signed and numbered.
I will add a pic to the galleries as soon as my wife empties the mem card.
Hope the info helps.
If I understand Agape Vol.V No.4 right, it should be obtainable for everyone:
To commemorate the momentous occasion of the centennial year of
Aleister Crowley’s reception of Liber AL vel Legis, Ordo Templi Orientis
is proud to announce two very special editions of Liber AL vel
Legis, The Book of the Law. The first is a new hardcover trade edition
published in conjunction with Red Wheel/Weiser. The second
is a leatherbound edition, limited to 418 copies. Both are 160 pages,
printed on heavy, acid-free paper, reproduced in red and black inks,
with high quality versions of the AL manuscript and a detailed bibliography
of the principal editions. In addition, the leather limited
edition is numbered, bound in crushed Levant Moroccan goatskin, with
handsewn binding, and gilt title blocking.
The Red Wheel/Weiser hard cover edition can be obtained from
better bookstores or online with a retail price of $17.95. The limited
leather edition can only be obtained from Thelema Media LLC for
$220.00. Thelema Media can be contacted at email@example.com
or 866-467-4749 within the U.S. and 708-587-4147 outside the U.S. A
special offer for O.T.O. members is available until June 21, 2004 EV: receive
both editions for $156.00 plus shipping. Contact Thelema Media
for more details.