1926 edition of the Book of the Law
This edition was published by Crowley on April Ninth, 22 years after the reception of the second chapter.
Only eleven copies were produced. Photographic sheets were placed in a slip on the back, and the title leaf printed in red and black ink on hand-made paper.
One was to be distributed to each country, and others sent to Crowley's personal students and partners.
I really wish someone in this vast congregation of those interested in the life and works of Aleister Crowley would add this special edition to the Bibliographia Thelemica. I would love to see it, and considering its rarity it would be nice to see if this copy actually lived up to what should have been the definitive edition that Aiwass as messenger called for.