Publisher, James Clarke, London, 1969.
Hardback with Dust-jacket, pp. ix + 295.
Condition, Used – Very-Good. Bound in cream book-cloth with black lettering to the spine. The dust-jacket shows little sign of wear; the text-block is tight, clean and free of notes – a tidy volume.
Written in 1621, it is considered Boehme’s greatest work. Boehme discourses at length on one of the fundamental laws of Magic: the law of signatures, the concept that every object in the real world has some hidden meaning, and particularly how these signatures interact.