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1894 – Robe

Black robe trimmed with red velvet. With silver and red stars and silver crescent moons. On the back is a design of serpents embroidered in silver, including a crescent-moon-topped caduceus.

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2689 – OTO Robe

A black robe with (on the front) a red triangle with the letters O.T.O. embroidered inside it in pale blue. A Third Degree O.T.O. robe.

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852 – Censer

Small brass censer owned by Alex Sanders and, allegedly, Aleister Crowley. The base is a plain bowl on 3 elaborately shaped legs, the removable lid engraved with foliage and with a long curving handle ending in a peacock's head.

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Document x98

Letter from Kenneth Grant to Cecil Williamson concering the amount of attention through articles and book appearing.

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Document 99

Letter from Kenneth Grant to Cecill Williamson concern the attention the Manifesto is receiving

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Document 101

Grant clarifies his stance on the O.T.O. and Gardner. See object 941 (double cubic altar) for a full look at the display the Grants created with Cecil Williamson and Gerald …

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Document 100

Letter from Kenneth and Steffi Grant to Cecil Williamson updating him on pictures for a project

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2662 – Necklace: Thoth Amulet

A necklace strung in modern times using Ancient Egyptian beads (mainly turquoise-coloured faience) and an Ancient Egyptian faience amulet in the form of a figure of Thoth, the ibis-headed God of Wisdom.

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2569 – Wand

A slender wand consisting of a series of cylinders of bone or ivory decorated with black and red bands and circles, and held together by an iron rod through the core. The wand was given to W.B. Crow by Aleister Crowley.

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1744 – Painting

Painting, probably in acrylics, depicting a green-faced, mummiform Egyptian God wearing a tall crown, labelled 'Osiris' on the back, and with what looks like an illegible signature.

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2664 – Baboon Amulet

Ancient Egyptian amulet - the figure of a seated baboon carved out of lapis lazuli. Flat backed and with a hole drilled through the back of the head, presumably so that it could be incorporated into a necklace.

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