New York: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1924. Edited by Lucien Scaife. Frontispiece portrait, illustrated in black and white. 262 pages (some very minimal foxing), 8vo, green cloth (some light scratches to back cover). A very good(+) copy. "Dr. Brashear... is recognized as one of the most notable makers of optical lenses and surfaces..." Publisher's presentation slip tipped in and letter laid in to Mr. Edward Dean Adams.
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New York: Harper, 1994. Black & white photographic illustrations. 451 pages, 1/4 black cloth, blue boards (bound upside down). (Nw York: Harper Collins, (1994). First Edition. Light foxing on page edges, and small remainder mark on top edge, else near fine.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991. Many illustrations. xvii + 221 pages, red cloth, d.w. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1991). A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
Cleveland: Caxton Company, 1939. Illus. 55pp. 8vo, 1/2 blue cloth. (Cleveland: Caxton Company), 1939. Very good(+).
Germany. Portrait. Engraving. Image measures 13" x 8.5". Portrait of Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel aka William Herschel (1732-1822), German born British astronomer and composer. He is famous for discovering the planet Uranus and he built more than 400 telescopes. His sister Caroline Herschel discovered the first comet and his son John did pioneering work in the field of photography. The engraving is from the early 19th century, by Luigi de Ramos (1773-1840) who was educated in Parma. Light scattered foxing, minor...
Paris. Portrait. Engraving. Image measures 13" x 8.5". Portrait of Antoine Darquier de Pellepoix (1718-1802) from the nineteenth century. Darquier was a French astronomer known for his discovery of the Ring Nebula in 1779 and an extensive star catalog. Overall wear, cropped margins. This is one of hundreds of portraits of scientists that can be found in the Gallery.
Cambridge: MIT Press, 1972. Illustrated. 293 page, 4to, blue cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper spine faded, edgeworn with a tear to the upper rear corner. Cambridge: MIT Press, (1972). A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.