Includes 13 full-page color lithographs with gold paint by Manuel Orazi. An occultist calendar printed in an symbolic edition of 777 copies to commemorate magic for the coming year of 1896. Each double page emulates the Christian calendar (name days, iconography). The document presents itself as a type of pagan-style almanac to chart the year of magic. The illustrations by Manuel Orazi combine nouveau art imagery with references to occult ceremonies, horoscopes, and tarot. The accompanying text is by Austin de Croze, a French food writer, who was also fascinated by esotericism. Issued in a portfolio of marbled paper-covered boards with 2 sets of black cloth ties
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