Vienna: Edition Tusch, 1975. First edition. 4to., 321,  pp., fully illustrated with color and b&w plates, t.e.g. Color printed patterned cloth; the dust jacket is slightly worn at the spine ends. The copy of Swiss political writer Armin Mohler, with his neat stamp on the reverse of the title page. Near fine. Item #53186
Ver Sacrum was the official magazine of the Vienna Secession. Founded by Gustav Klimt and Max Kurzwell, it featured original drawings, lithographs, engravings and block prints by Klimt, Schiele, Wagner, Fabiani, Hoffmann, and literary contributions by Rilke, von Hofmannstahl, Hamsun, Maeterlinck, et al.