Tvær galdraskræður: Two Books of Icelandic Magic was published by the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft back in 2008. I believe I saw it at the time, but I opted out of getting it because it would be too much trouble. As a grimoire collector, I should have known better. Fortunately, the people at Arktis Versand had one copy in stock and were willing to make special arrangements to ship it here.
Two Books is a dual-language text (Icelandic and English) which provides the text and illustrations of two early nineteenth century manuscripts from the National and University Library of Iceland in Reykjavík. The presentation is rather bare bones, consisting of a brief introduction on the printing of Icelandic books of magic and the text. On the other hand, we also get detailed reproductions of all of the runic devices to be drawn or carved into various substances, a pleasant addition to the canon of printed magical illustrations. If the spells reflect the owner’s lives, we can see they spent a great deal of time hunting, fishing, looking for women, and dealing with hostile neighbors and lawsuits.
The scarcity of this book makes me hesitate to recommend it. If you’re interested in the topic of Icelandic or runic magic, you should probably get the second edition of the Galdrabok from Runa Raven instead. Nonetheless, this is a good one to remember and seek if you get the opportunity.