The Eternity of Matter; A Series of Discussions Affirming the Eternity of Matter as a Primal Postulate
Green boards with gold lettering and borders on the spine. Lightly rubbed at the corners. Strong hinges. Text is crisp and clean except for a few slight chips at the edge of the pp. 97/98 and 98/99. Probably would not even be noticed. Frontispiece illustration of the author with sapia paper covering. xxxv, 389pp. Signed by C. E. Beach on the ffep. He wrote the introductory sketch of the author and held the copyright for the book. Bookseller Inventory # 034250
Title: The Eternity of Matter; A Series of ...
Publisher: N. E. Stevens & Son, Paxton, IL
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Very Good
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: First Printing
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