Apocryphal work "on the cabbalistic teaching", attributed to Raymond Lulle, famous alchemist, philosopher and mystical writer, born around 1233 in Majorca and died as a martyr in 1315-1316, beatified in 1419.
Published for the first time in Venice in 1518, it is considered by the editor of the catalogue Stanislas de Guaïta (cat. 1899, n°530) as the rarest and most sought-after of Lulle's works.
The edition is decorated with 5 plates, one of which with volvelles (modern thread), and 2 figures in the text.
Stamp at the bottom of the title: A.L.L.R.
Some damp spotting.