Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (Complete four volume set)

Philadelphia: Whitehall: Printed for William W. Woodward, 1806-1807.

Price: $1,750.00

Hardcover. First American edition, second state. Four volume set. Octavos. Edited by William Jones, revised and corrected by Robert Patterson. Complete with 43 folded engraved plates bound at the rear of each volume. Contemporary full mottled calf, dark red and black morocco spine labels. Volume 4 Signed and dated by James Maginness (May 31, 1808), an eminent Philadelphia mathematician. Small ownership signatures in light ink and pencil, a handsome set, very good or better with scattered foxing and a professional repair to the rear hinge of Volume 1. George Adams was the mathematical and scientific instrument maker to George III. The beautifully engraved plates depict his many instruments, including telescopes, globes, and related devices. *Shaw & Shoemaker* 9799.

Item #361571

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Item #361571 Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (Complete four volume set). George ADAMS.
Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (Complete four volume set)
Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (Complete four volume set)
Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (Complete four volume set)
Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (Complete four volume set)