Gypsee Eyes, 2011. Magic Occult/Lesbian Art Photography Zine

TWO ISSUES! Beautifully produced and designed photography/art zine.
The Magic Issue. Visually arresting occult imagery and theme throughout the magazine including a full spread oracle ala Ouija Board, full spread pentagram. All art in black and white to work with the occult ideas of polarity, light and dark, good and evil.
56 pages.  11″ x 17″Newsprint, B/W. Cond: VG. Has a fold as issued.

30 pages. 8 1/2″ X 11″
All Color.


David Sandlin Art; Spooky Sounds of Now Graphic Comic and CD

[Book and CD]1997
Very rare Graphic Comic and accompanying CD ala Raw Magazine and Blab.
Editor: Baines; Marc
Publisher: Vesuvius (GLASGOW)ISBN-10: 0953163903Cond: MINTTHE BOOK: Beautiful packaging and product featuring art by David Sandlin on cover wraps, banner and CD! Also Gary Panter designed endpapers, and a host of other amazingly talented artists to fill out the Spirt Summoning Stories comic.
THE CD: Spooky Sounds of Now. Killer disc art by Sandlin and 21 tracks. See photo for list.Sandlin designed paper banner was carefully removed for photographing, still virtually in mint condition.  $65

The Sabbath #1; Horror Fanzine 1976

The Sabbath No.1 (1976)
Stapled; 54 pages
Premier issue of a rare horror fanzine called The Sabbath, signed by the publisher/editor.

A rare and passionate effort from a fan keen on Hammer Horror and the associated stars of those gothic horror films. No information provided on where it originated, but my guess is somewhere on the East Coast of the US.

There is a stapled in Editorial page that is signed by the publisher Mark Richmond as well as a charming if odd inscription to his mother next to a full page drawing of Ingrid Pitt.
Includes reviews of non-Hammer and current at the time genre films, interview with Forrest J. Ackerman, Peter Cushing, coverage of the Famous Monsters Convention in NYC of 1975 and more. $40

Iconic Sleaze: Rock ‘N Roll Gal

Reproduced as a postcard, calendar, magnet, etc., here is the original, ROCK ‘N ROLL GIRL!

Rock ’n Roll Gal
Ernie Weatherall
The sizzling world of real gone guys—and dolls on dope!
Universal Publishing, 1957
Cond. Mint

$48 SOLD

NIGHTMARE ALLEY by William Lindsay Gresham

Nightmare Alley
William Lindsay Gresham
Signet Books, 1949. Stated First Printing.
Cond.: Cover edge wear and 1” crease tear at top edge of spine, first pages dog-eared. Intact and a gem. $SOLD

Rare Edgar Allan Poe with Sweet Slipcase, 1964

Edgar Allan Poe
Limited Edition published by West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company
Christmas, 1964

Beautifully packaged Limited Edition collection of stories comes with the cool origina slipcase covered in bats. The author’s name is embossed on front cover.

The book is clean, tightly bound and unmarked, but does have a spot of damage on the cover. The right edge of the spine head shows a crack in the pebbled board and loss of a small portion of the spine edge. This does not effect the binding. Cover corners are sharp.
Slipcase in Near Fine condition, some age discoloration at edges.


Rosicrucian Coming Masters, The Great Works 1962

The Great Works
The Coming Masters

A text specially prepared for those no longer satisfied with the world of matter and temporal affairs, and seeking spiritual reality, and for those on the path and well on the way to soul consciousness and spiritual initiation

Volume Two

R. Swinburne Clymer

The Philosophical Publishing Company, 1962

Beverly Hall
Quakertown, PA


Mystery Schools, Rosicrucian Teachings, The Initiates 5V

The Initiates Volumes I-V
R. Swinburne Clymer

A rare collection of five bound Rosicrucian books.

A magazine issued by authority of the Rosicrucian Fraternity and devoted to mysticism, occultism and the well-being of man.

Vol. 1. May-June 1928 to May-June 1929

Vol. 2. May-June 1929 to May-June 1931

Vol. 3. May-June 1930 to May-June 1930

Vol. 4. May-June 1931 to May-June 1932

Vol. 5. May-June 1932 to May-June 1941

The Philosophical Publishing Company
Beverly Hall
Quakertown, PA

Each book printed the year stated. Gilt titling on spines and emblem in gold on front covers. $425.