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QD25 .B33613 1597 [Info] The Mirror of Alchimy (with additional treatises credited to Bacon or others (one of which is sometimes attributed to Simon of Cologne); London: Printed by for R. Oliue, 1597), by Roger Bacon, contrib. by Khālid ibn Yazīd al-Umawī and Simon of Cologne (at name.umdl.umich.edu)
QD25 .B37513 1671 [Info] Basilius Valentinus, a Benedictine Monk, Of Natural and Supernatural Things ("Basilius Valentinus" believed to be Tholde in this book; with Bacon's Of the Medicine or Tincture of Antimony and Holland's Work of Saturn; from a 1671 edition), by Basilius Valentinus, trans. by Daniel Cable, contrib. by Johannes Thölde, Roger Bacon, and Johan Isaäc Hollandus (Gutenberg text and page images)
QD25 .C68 1684 [Info] Collectanea Chymica: A Collection of Ten Several Treatises in Chymistry, Concerning The Liquor Alkahest, The Mercury of Philosophers, and Other Curiosities Worthy The Perusal (London: W. Cooper, 1684), by Eirenaeus Philalethes, ed. by William Cooper, contrib. by Jean Baptiste van Helmont, Francis Anthony, Bernard of Trevisan, George Ripley, Roger Bacon, George Starkey, Hugh Plat, and H. V. D. (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD25 .D278 1550 [Info] De Alchimia Opuscula Complura Veterum Philosophorum (in Latin, with colored pages; ca. 1550)
QD25 .D2782 1550 [Info] Rosarium Philosophorum: Secunda Pars Alchimiae de Lapide Philosophico Vero Modo (in Latin; 1550)
QD25 .D4313 [Info] The Hieroglyphic Monad, by John Dee (illustrated HTML at esotericarchives.com)
QD25 .D5 [Info] Ripley Revived, by Eirenaeus Philalethes (HTML at rexresearch.com)
QD25 .D5 1678 [Info] Ripley Reviv'd (London: Printed for W. Cooper, 1678), by Eirenaeus Philalethes (HTML at EEBO TCP)
QD25 .F5 [Info] Five Treatises of The Philosophers Stone: Two of Alphonso, King of Portugall, as It Was Written With His Own Hand, and Taken Out of His Closset, Translated Out of The Portuguez Into English: One of John Sawtre, A Monke, Translated Into English: Another Written by Florianus Raudorff, A German Philosopher, and Translated Out of The Same Language Into English: Also, a Treatise of The Names of The Philosophers Stone, by William Gratacolle, Translated Into English: To Which is Added, The Smaragdine Table (London: Printed by T. Harper, 1651 (date on title page is 1652)), by Henry Pinnell, John Sawtre, Florian Raudorf, Guglielmo Gratarolo, and King of Portugal Afonso V
QD25 .F5 [Info] A Golden and Blessed Casket of Nature's Marvels, by Benedictus Figulus (HTML at alchemywebsite.com)
QD25 .F6 [Info] Nicholas Flammel, His Exposition of the Hieroglyphicall Figures Which he Caused to Bee Painted Upon an Arch in St. Innocents Church-yard, in Paris; Together with the Secret Booke of Artephius, and the Epistle of Iohn Pontanus, Concerning Both the Theoricke and the Practicke of the Philosophers Stone (London: Printed by T. Snodham for T. Walkley, 1624), by Nicolas Flamel, Artephius, and Joannes Pontanus, trans. by Eirenaeus Orandus
QD25 .H68 [Info] Aurifontina Chymica: or, A Collection of Fourteen Small Treatises Concerning The First Matter of Philosophers, For The Discovery of Their (Hitherto So Much Concealed) Mercury, Which Many Have Studiously Endeavoured To Hide, But These To Make Manifest, For The Benefit of Mankind In General (London: W. Cooper, 1680), ed. by William Cooper, contrib. by John Frederick Houpreght, Bernard of Trevisan, Nicolas Flamel, George Ripley, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf Friedrich III, and Ramon Llull
QD25 .L1713 [Info] The New Pearl of Great Price: A Treatise concerning the Treasure and Most Precious Stone of the Philosophers, by Petrus Bonus, ed. by Giano Lacinio and Arthur Edward Waite (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD25 .L566 1688 [Info] Lettre D'un Philosophe Sur Le Secret du Grand Oeuvre, Écrite au Sujet de Ce Qu'Aristée a Laissé Par Écrit à Son Fils, Touchant le Magistère Philosophique (in French; Paris: Laurent d'Houry, 1688), by Alexandre-Toussaint Limojon de Saint-Didier, ed. by Laurent d' Houry
QD25 .M2 A8 [Info] Atalanta Fugiens (English translation from MS Sloane 3645 in the British library), by Michael Maier
QD25 .M2 A8 1618 [Info] Atalanta Fugiens, hoc est Emblemata Nova de Secretis Naturae Chymica (in Latin; Oppenheim, Germany: Ex Typ. H. Galleri, sumptibus J. Theodori de Bry, 1618), by Michael Maier
QD25 .M77 [Info] The Hermetic Museum (two volumes; London: J. Elliot and Co., 1893), ed. by Arthur Edward Waite (HTML at sacred-texts.com)
QD25 .N3 1599 [Info] Della Tramutatione Metallica Sogni Tre (in Italian; Brescia: P. M. Marchetti, 1599), by Giovanni Battista Nazari (page images at HathiTrust)
QD25 .R37 [Info] Reconditorium ac Reclusorium Opulentiae Sapientiaeque Numinis Mundi Magni, Cui Deditur in Titulum Chymica Vannus (bound with "Commentatio de Pharmaco Catholico" by Monte-Snyder; Amsterdam: J. Janssonium à Waesberge and E. Weyerstraet, 1666), contrib. by Joh. de Monte-Snyder
QD25 .R913 [Info] Lexicon Alchemiae Sive Dictionarium Alchemisticum (in Latin; Frankfurt: Z. Palthenius, 1612), by Martin Ruland
QD25 .S153 [Info] The Most Holy Trinosophia (in English and French, with commentary), by comte de Saint-Germain, ed. by Manly P. Hall (HTML at sacred-texts.com)
QD25 .T7713 1920 [Info] Splendor Solis: Alchemical Treatises of Solomon Trismosin, Adept and Teacher of Paracelsus (London: K. Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co., ca. 1920), by Salomon Trismosin, ed. by J. K. (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD25 .T88 1896 [Info] The Turba Philosophorum, or Assembly of the Sages, Called Also the Book of Truth in the Art and the Third Pythagorical Synod (London: G. Redway, 1896), ed. by Arthur Edward Waite (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD25 .U72 1690 [Info] Aphorismi Urbigerani, or, Certain Rules Clearly Demonstrating the Three Infallible Ways of Preparing the Grand Elixir, or Circulatum Majus of the Philosophers: Discovering the Secret of Secrets, and Detecting the Errors of Vulgar Chymists in Their Operations, Contain'd In One Hundred and One Aphorisms; To Which Are Added, The Three Ways of Preparing The Vegetable Elixir, or Circulatum Minus (London: Printed for H. Faithorne, 1690), by Baro Urbigerus, illust. by William Faithorne (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD25 .V384 1650 [Info] Anima Magica Abscondita: or, A Discourse of the Universall Spirit of Nature, With His Strange, Abstruse, Miraculous Ascent And Descent (published under "Eugenius Philalethes" pseudonym; London: Printed by T.W. for H.B., 1650), by Thomas Vaughan

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