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Essai sur L'Equidistante., Crivetz, Theodore
1 Crivetz, Theodore Essai sur L'Equidistante.
Bucarest L'Institut D'Arts Graphiques Carol Gobl 1900 no Wraps Good 
Printed wraps. 50 pp. All text in French. A study of the mathematical concept of equidistance as relating to Euclid's theories. With mathematical formulas and theorems given. GOOD condition. Perhaps ex-library, with small apparent call numbers at the upper left corner of the front cover. No other markings found, with a handwritten slip to a Vermont University laid in. Moderate browning along the extremities, with general fading, minor soiling and a few small stains. Moderate to heavy chipping along the extremities, with some associated creasing and a few minor tears. Interior solid, with a brown stain affecting the top right corners of the pages. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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2 Eastman, J.R The Neglected Field of Fundamental Astronomy. Address by J.R. Eastman, Vice-President, section A, Before the Section of Mathematics and Astronomy, American Association for the Advancement of Science, at the Rochester Meeting, August, 1892.
Salem, MA The Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co 1892 no First Edition Original Wraps Fair 
An offprint from the Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Vol. XLI 1892. Pages numbered 17-32, not including title page. An address by Eastman delineating the problems in the field of astronomy, caused by "old" and "new" astronomy and the advent of new techniques and technologies. In FAIR condition. Heavy browning to the front cover with some faded spotting, some soiling and other minor wear. Extremities with some minor tears and scuffs. Front cover detached along the upper half of its hinge. General fading to the pages with a few very minor tears in the fore edge margins of the pages. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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An Accurate System of Surveying; in Which is Contained, I. Decimal Fractions (), Moore, Samuel
3 Moore, Samuel An Accurate System of Surveying; in Which is Contained, I. Decimal Fractions ()
Litchfield T. Collier, Printer 1796 no Full Leather Good No Jacket 
Full calf leather. Xiv, 131 (132) pp. Page number 64 repeated. A mathematical guide to surveying, discussing decimal fractions, extraction of the square root, plane trigonometry, a method to call up the contents of lands, and field surveying, all done without use of scale and compass. One of the first treatises in America on surveying, by Samuel Moore, a Connecticut mathematician and land surveyor (Moore Family Genealogy, online source). GOOD condition. Previous owner's notes on their survey of their farmland on the first endpaper. Heavy scuffing and scraping to the leather, with the spine leather flaking and very worn. Uneven darkening, minor soiling and staining to the covers. Heavy scuffing and wear along the extremities. Paper browned in the interior, with a few small holes in the upper corners of several pages. Scattered soiling and staining. Pen notes scattered throughout. Old paper repairs in the margins of a few pages. Corner torn from page 130, with minor loss of text. Old red wax remains on the inside front cover. Evans 30810. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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