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Title: History of the Inductive Sciences, From the ...
Publisher: John W. Parker
Book Condition: Good
Book Description John W. Parker, London, 1837. Hardcover. Book Condition: FAIR to GOOD. No Jacket. First Edition. FAIR to GOOD/NO DUST JACKETS. Volume 1 : Spine missing, hinges cracked at front and back of book but covers still pretty well attached to book; brown cloth covers with leather tips are worn on edges and extremities; white paper glued to inside of back cover; lib call number on base of spine and institutional lib plate on inside front cover; front and rear endpapers are age-toned some; inside pages are clean, bright and still reasonably well bound. Volume 2: Spine missing; brown cloth covers with leather tips are worn some on edges and extremities; although spine missing the covers are still well attached to the book; insitutional lib plate on inside front cover; whtie paper glued to inside back cover; binding cracked at a few places in front and back of book; front and rear endpapers age-toned some; inside pages are clean, bright and still quite solidly bound. Volume 3 : Most of spine of volume 3 is missing; brown cloth covers with leather tips are worn some on edges and extremities; binding cracked at a few places in front and back of book but covers still pretty solidly attached to book; insitutional lib plate on inside front cover; white paper glued to inside back cover; front and rear endpapers age-tone some; one of the front blank pages has been fixed neatly into the text with clear tape; inside pages are clean, bright and still quite solidly bound. Overall, a set which is externally worn but internally quite nice and clean and solid. Bookseller Inventory # 012365
Book Description John W. Parker. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. B013XGZCGE Three volumes complete. Decorated endpapers and edges are incredible. Five raised bands on nicely decorated spines. No dust jackets. Light wear to the edges of the boards and spine edge. Quite nice for 1837. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1002070
Book Description John W. Parker, London, 1837. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 3 volumes. First editon. xxxvi, 437,  pp. errata; [xii], [i]-vi, -534; xii, 624 pp. Calf with marbled edges and endpapers. Rear board of volume 3 detached, Front board of volume I almost detached, some wear to boards and spines. Light foxing to first and last few leaves of each volume, otherwise clean and unfoxed. Ownership signature to half titles. Bookplates of Martin Gutzwiller, physicist and noted collector of books relating to the history of science, to front paste down endpapers. The set remains in good minus condition despite the detached board and the flaws to the bindings, and is relatively attractive. Bookseller Inventory # SET1406X
Book Description London: John W. Parker, West Strand, 1837., 1837. First edition. 3 volumes. Rebound in dark green J.Hewit acid free calf backed green and new acid free marbled boards with gilt leather spine labels and acid free endpapers. Demy 8vo. pp. xxxvi, 437,  errata and printer; xi, 534,  Errata and printer; xii, 624. Very Good. Victorian period standard and slant, followed three years later with the Philosophy of. Whewell was President of Geological Society 1837-9, an Anglican Theologian and Minister, and prolific writer in many disciplines [BO 6532]. (Post for this set quoted for destination). Bookseller Inventory # OWBHIS105400