Near fine copy with some very light shelf-wear else fine.
From the publisher’s website:
Chicago, IL: The Teitan Press, 1990. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Square Octavo. xxii + 108 pp + 12 pp (adverts). Original black cloth with white titling to spine and front cover, frontispiece. Originally published on 1907, this is essentially a facsimile edition of Crowley’s “Konx om Pax”, including an important new introduction by Crowley scholar Martin P. Starr. The book is a collection of poetry, plays and essays and was clearly one of Crowley’s own favorite works. He wrote glowingly of it in his “Confessions”, in particular describing the final essay ‘The Stone of the Philosophers’ as being “really beyond praise.”