New York: John Wiley, 1950. Illustrated in black and white with tables and figures. 916 pages, thick 8vo, green cloth red label, dust wrapper (wrapper a little worn). New York, John Wiley, 1950. A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Previous owner's bookplate. "Presents a comprehensive account of mineral deposits, their occurrence and form. The interpretation of mineral deposits is stressed, and practical conclusions regarding ore finding are included."
Paris: Bueque & Frapsauce, 1929. Preface de M. La Claviere. Profusely illustrated with 3000 small black & white hallmarks. 342pp., unopened. Short 4to, original stiff grey patterned wrappers, gilt lettering, spine has been repaired, interior is fine and has never been read. Paris: F. de Nobele, 1929. First Edition. Scarce.
London: Hopkinson, 1926. Compiled from the Published Papers, Notes, and other Material Collected by the Late Sidney J.A. Churchill, M.V.O. Foreword by Dr. Stella Churchill. 21 black and white plates. 182pp., 4to, blue cloth; (ex.-lib., inscription on flyleaf, light foxing on title page and table of contents, corners bumped, cover rubbed). London: Martin Hopkinson, 1926.
New York: Abrams, 1996. Illustrated with many color and b/w photographs. 208pp. Thin 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers (very light edgewear; two large ink stamps from Harry Abrams Editorial Library on half title and inside rear cover, otherwise near fine and unread). New York: Abrams in association with the Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe. First edition.
Paris: Albert Morance. 48 black-and-white plates. 35pp. of introduction and text, separately bound, all loose as issued in cloth-backed pictorial boards, with ties; one plate creased in lower corner, not affecting image, covers lightly rubbed with some darkening to front cover. Paris: Editions Albert Morance, n.d. (ca. 1925). Internally near fine, a very good (+) copy.