Published by BRILL, 1974
Condition: Good. Former library book; may include library markings. Used book that is in clean, average condition without any missing pages.
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Published by Brill Academic Publishers, Incorporated
Paperback. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Pages can have notes/highlighting. Spine may show signs of wear. ~ ThriftBooks: Read More, Spend Less.
Published by Hutchinson University Library
Paperback. Condition: Good. Photograph available on request.
Published by Hutchinson, 1967
Condition: Fair. This book has hardback covers. Ex-library, With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,450grams, ISBN:
Published by London: Hutchinson, 1967
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 160p large paperback, many figures in text, appendix, bibliography, index, very good and fresh 1442 Sprache: Englisch.
Published by Hutchinson & Co (Publishers) Ltd, London, 1967
Soft Covers. Condition: Fair/Good. No Jacket. First Edition. SBN: 090847717. Laminated illustrated soft covers - wearing/chipped/bumped. 160pp., including b/w illustrations. Inside front cover browned. Inscription on first title page. Good content. Fair/Good.
Published by Hutchinson University Library, 1967
Hardcover. First Edition. 160 pages. A major contribution to the physics of fishes. Alexander is one of the leading theorists of animal mechanics and his work on fish bouyancy is particularly widely cited. First edition (first printing). Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. From the Harvard office library of the paleontologist and leading advocate for evolution, Stephen Jay Gould. With a tipped in bookplate indicating the provenance.*** Intellectually, Gould understood the true nature of these bookplates, but the book collector in him appreciated them. In his essay 'A Seahorse for All Races' Gould writes about one of his prized possessions, a book from Charles Dickens' library: 'Dickens made no annotations, but a bookplate on the cover, presumably inserted as a come-on for a sale after Dickens' death in 1870, does prove that [he] kept and shelved the book.' *** We offer our Gould bookplates, printed letterpress in two colors, in the same spirit.