Annals of Science, being a Record of the Inventions and Improvements in Applied Science. No. 1 October 15, 1852

By: Smith, Hamilton

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In original wraps. 14 pages, plus a note from the publisher on the inside rear cover an ads on the rear cover. With a few black and white illustrations. Topics include an instrument for examining the living eye, the stereoscope, mercerized cotton, early Egyptian chemistry, Iodo-Sulphate of Quinine, Astronomy including the Craig telescope, the Second Comet of 1852, fossil fishes, and photography, mentioning a new process on glass. POOR condition. Rear cover almost detached. Moderate to heavy soiling, moderate foxing, and several creases, large and small, present to the covers. Two vertical creases present that run the length of the pamphlet and affect the text within. Moderate uneven fading and darkening present to the covers. Lower corner of the pages creased and bent. A jagged 2 inch half moon shaped piece missing from the lower edge of the pamphlet. Moderate foxing and minor scattered soiling throughout, with general fading to the pages. Several pages unopened.

Title: Annals of Science, being a Record of the Inventions and Improvements in Applied Science. No. 1 October 15, 1852

Author Name: Smith, Hamilton

Categories: Science,

Publisher: Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A., Harris, Fairbanks and Co: 1852

ISBN Number: no

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition: Poor

Seller ID: 002502

Keywords: Science Photography Astronomy Comets