The Most Holy Trinosophia of the Comte de St. Germain; with Introductory Material and Commentary by Manly Hall; Illustrated with the Figures from the Original Manuscript in the Bibliotheque de Troyes
Publication: 1933 The Phoenix Press First Edition Thus
The first edition of Manly Palmer Hall's edition of this allegorical account of spiritual initiation, sometimes likened to "The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz". "The Most Holy Trinosophia" is the only book attributed to the mysterious, and allegedly immortal Comte de St. Germain.
Condition: Black cloth spine with marbled paper covered boards, gilt insignia, beautiful illustrations tipped in (as issued), the edges and corners of the book have sustained the most damange; both the corners and parts of the edges of the boards are exposed, as are the corners of the upper spine, the inner board has a neat geometric illustration that was drawn by the previous owner in penci (it could be erased if desired but it is quite nice), small hebrew inscription on prelim, all other pages are clean, binding tight, overall in Good condition