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Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 67

By Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books & Manuscripts

Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 67 19th and 20th Century Books in Various Fields, featuring Attractive Bindings, Private Press, Illustrated books, Fore-Edge Painting, Vellum Printings, and Fine Facsimiles of Early Material

How to request a print version: Email us at info@pirages.com


Fall 2018

By Yesterday's Muse, Inc.

Fall 2018 A selection of 158 new acquisitions, including: a first edition of the first Uncle Remus book; a folio edition of The Cooper Vignettes, believed to be the first published book to employ bank note printing techniques; signed first editions by women authors (Byatt, Dillard, etc.); a signed copy of Mary Poppins.

How to request a print version: Printable PDF


205: Richard Weiss Library of Natural & Physical Science [part V]

By Jeff Weber Rare Books

205: Richard Weiss Library of Natural & Physical Science [part V] 40 books mostly from the Richard Weiss Library, [Part V: "H"], featuring books in the sciences: natural history, physics, chemistry, mathematics, astronomy, evolution, biology, philosophy, and Greek or Latin classics. Among the authors: Ernst Haeckel, John Haldane, Edmond Halley, Sidney Harmer, William Snow Harris, Georg Hartwig, René Just Hauy, Johann Georg Heck, August Heller, Hermann Helmholtz, Sir John Frederick William Herschel, Heinrich Hertz, Terrell L. Hill, Russell Hinman, Jabez Hogg, R.A. Houstoun, Jean Pierre Huber, Francis Huber, Alexander von Humboldt, Thomas Henry Huxley, Christian Huygens, John Hymers, (as well as) Isaac Newton, and Arthur Shipley.

How to request a print version: Write to: Jeff Weber Rare Books, weberbks@pacbell.net


Catalogue 204: RICHARD WEISS LIBRARY on the Physical and Natural Sciences

By Jeff Weber Rare Books

Catalogue 204: RICHARD WEISS LIBRARY on the Physical and Natural Sciences 23 books on the history of science and natural sciences, including books by Camille Flammarion, Fleming on British Animals, another Fleming, this time on Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony, Fontenelle on Geometry (in French), a beautiful copy of Flourcoy's Système des Connaissances Chimiques,1800-2, 6 vols., FRANCOEUR, Astronomie Pratique, BOUGEREL's life of Gassendi 1737, GRAVESANDE, The Elements of Universal Mathematics, or Algebra, 1728, and others on mathematics, physics, astronomy, etc. Continues previous listings from the Weiss library.

How to request a print version: On-line format only


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