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Paris: Gautier-Villars, 1910. Translated into French from the Italian by Armand Cahen. 320 pages, tall 8vo, 1/2 vellum over marbled boards (spine darkened and a bit spotty). Paris: Gautier-Villars, 1910. Overall a very good copy of this rather scarce book, with copious neat scholarly penciling throughout the text).
Newburyport: Blunt, 1804. 8vo, 274PP + 2 leaves of advertising, last page of advertisements chipped, losing some text. Pages are browned and some marginal edges chipped, still solid and text complete. Original leather covers, very worn, re-backed in brown cloth, hinges strengthened. Contemporary writing on fly-leaf. Newburyport: E.M. Blunt, 1804. Good.
Paris: Blanchard, 1922. 290 pages. Together with: Juvet's Introduction au Calcul Tensoriel et au Calcul Differentiel Absolu. 101 pages. Tall 8vo, bound in 1/2 green cloth, marbled boards. Paris: Albert Blanchard, 1922. Very good with a newspaper photo of Einstein and Prof. Langevin pasted onto the fly-leaf.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1952. B/w illustrations. 168 pages. Small 8vo, pictorial cloth. Princeton, New Jersey; Princeton University Press, 1952. Reprint. A very good(+) copy with neat pencil underlining throughout, as well as some ticks in margins, ex-libris stamp on fly; in a very good(-) dust wrapper, edgeworn with slight chipping to spine ends and corners.
Cambridge: University Press, 1960. 3 volumes. Tall 8vo, original gilt-stamped blue cloth, edgeworn d.w. Cambridge University Press, 1960. Reprint of the 1927 second edition. Fine in very good dust wrappers. Perhaps the most important contribution to logic & mathematics to be written in the 20th century (first published 1910-13).