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  1. Principia Mathematica.
    New Arrival

    Principia Mathematica. 1910–12–13

    £100,000

    First editions. This is the complete set of the Principia Mathematica, decidedly rare. Vol. I was printed in 750 copies and, due to the disappointing sales, the publishers reduced the printings of Vols. II and III to 500 copies each, so that only 500 complete …Read more

  2. The Foundations of Geometry. Authorised Translation by E. J. Townsend, PH. D. University of Illinois.

    The Foundations of Geometry. Authorised Translation by E. J. Townsend, PH. D. University of Illinois. 1902

    £750

    First edition in English, the UK issue, co-published with The Open Court Publishing Company of Chicago, of one of the most influential mathematics publications of the 20th century. Hilbert’s classical investigation of the logical foundations of geometry was first published in German in 1899. Until …Read more

  3. Memoires.

    Memoires. 1730

    £475

    Very scarce early edition, Ada Lovelace’s copy, of the memoirs of the Duchess of Montpensier (1627–1693), the greatest heiress in 17th century France, who received the suit numerous European Kings but eventually fell in love with a (comparatively) lowly courtier and soldier. The memoirs were …Read more

  4. Rara Arithmetica.

    Rara Arithmetica. 1908

    £125

    First edition, first printing. A limited edition of 150 copies was published simultaneously. Read more

  5. Studies in Deductive Logic.

    Studies in Deductive Logic. 1880

    £350

    First edition, with the publisher’s ads to rear dated February 1881. Read more

  6. Epitoma in Almagestum Ptolemaei.

    Epitoma in Almagestum Ptolemaei. 1496

    £80,000

    First edition in any form of Ptolemy’s Almagest, the foundation of ancient astronomy. Regiomontanus’ Epitome of Ptolemy is an epochal text that both made available the canonical astronomy of the ancient world and heralded the birth of the revolutionary astronomy of the new learning. This …Read more

  7. The Foundations of Mathematics

    The Foundations of Mathematics 1931

    £1,500

    First edition, first impression, of this collection of Frank P. Ramsey’s essays on mathematics and logic, some of which are published here for the first time. Ramsey (1903–1930) was a Cambridge-based philosopher, a member of the Apostles, who died aged only 26 but contributed pioneering …Read more

  8. A Mathematical Compendium;

    A Mathematical Compendium; 1681

    £1,750

    Second edition. Moore had been involved with the management of the Royal Mathematical School at Christ’s Hospital; his notes were edited by his Ordnance second clerk, Nicholas Stephenson, to form this popular pocket-book, first published 1674. Read more

  9. The first six books of The Elements of Euclid

    The first six books of The Elements of Euclid 1847

    £9,500

    First edition of this celebrated book, the most interesting and inventive attempt to revisualise the classic ur-text of geometry by printing the diagrams in various colours, a method which stretched the printers’ skills to their utmost. Oliver Byrne (c.1810–c.1890) is described on the title page …Read more

  10. Matter and Motion.

    Matter and Motion. 1876

    £2,000

    First edition of Maxwell’s textbook on dynamics. In the modest guise of a brief introduction to Newtonian mechanics, Matter and Motion, one of the finest elementary scientific treatises ever written, anticipates problems with distant synchronization that led, via its influence on Henri Poincaré, to Einstein’s …Read more

  11. Principia Mathematica.

    Principia Mathematica. 1910

    £8,500

    First edition, first impression, one of 750 copies printed, of the first volume of Whitehead and Russell’s hugely ambitious attempt to construct “the whole body of mathematical doctrine by logical deduction from the basis of a small number of primitive ideas and a small number …Read more

  12. An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry.

    An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry. 1897

    £1,250

    First edition, first impression, an excellent association copy of Russell’s first published book of philosophy, with the pencilled ownership inscription of noted Cambridge philosopher R. B. Braithwaite, dated 1923, to the front free endpaper. Braithwaite (1900-1990), then a scholar at King’s College, originally studied mathematics …Read more

  13. Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.

    Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. 1723

    £7,750

    First edition to combine the Principia with the Analysis per Quantitatum Series, Fluxiones ac Differentias (1711), Newton’s first independent treatise on mathematics, containing his important developments of calculus – here with a separate title page, pagination, and index; second Amsterdam edition of the Principia, with …Read more

  14. A Treatise of Gunnery.

    A Treatise of Gunnery. 1731

    £650

    First edition, uncommon. Well thought of essay “to deduce the rules of gunnery from the principles of motion and gravity, in a manner that seems plain and simple” (preface). Gray (d.1769), FRS 1732, Rector of Marischal College, Aberdeen 1764-9, although resident in London, …Read more

  15. Opere, divise in quattro tomi, in questa nuova edizione accresciute de molti cose inedite.

    Opere, divise in quattro tomi, in questa nuova edizione accresciute de molti cose inedite. 1744

    £16,000

    First complete collected edition of Galileo’s works, the third overall, and the first to include the Dialogo, along with other material published here for the first time. Galilei’s Opere, first published in two volumes in 1656 in Bologna by Carlo Manolessi, was reprinted with some …Read more

  16. On the Ricardian Theory of Value: A Note.

    On the Ricardian Theory of Value: A Note. 1981

    £125

    First separate appearance of Pasinetti’s response to a paper of 1981 written by Eygelshoven and Kuipers concerning his 1960 paper A mathematical Formulation of the Ricardian System, in which Pasinetti corrects their notion that he is using a continuous function in his paper. A student …Read more

  17. Kort, dog duidelyk onderwys van’t Italiaansch boekhouden …

    Kort, dog duidelyk onderwys van’t Italiaansch boekhouden … 1782

    £750

    Revised and enlarged fourth edition, first published in 1760, of this guide to Italian book-keeping, teaching the basic principles, with a section relating to book-keeping for ship owners. The work contains an innovation by Aubert, a “Convoy book”, which lists goods under the name of …Read more

  18. Le Mécanique appliquée aux arts, aux manufactures, à l’agriculture et à la guerre;

    Le Mécanique appliquée aux arts, aux manufactures, à l’agriculture et à la guerre; 1782

    £2,250

    First edition. Described on the title as “Ingénieur-Mécanicien du Roi”, Berthelot (1718–1800) rose from humble origins to the professorship of mathematics in the Military School in Paris, where in 1763 he invented a famous gun carriage for use in coastal artillery, though the invention was …Read more

  19. A Complete Treatise on Practical Arithmetic and Book-Keeping, both by single and double entry, adapted to the use of schools. A new edition, corrected and enlarged by Alexander Ingram, Mathematician.

    A Complete Treatise on Practical Arithmetic and Book-Keeping, both by single and double entry, adapted to the use of schools. A new edition, corrected and enlarged by Alexander Ingram, Mathematician. 1811

    £500

    “New edition” of a work that was extremely popular in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, first published as “The school-master’s guide: or, a complete system of practical arithmetic”. The first two printings do not appear to have survived, the earliest edition in …Read more

  20. Maniere de fortifier de Mr. de Vauban.

    Maniere de fortifier de Mr. de Vauban. 1689

    £1,250

    Second edition, first published in Paris 1681, under the title Manière de fortifier selon la méthode de monsieur de Vauban. One of the most popular and influential early interpretations of Vauban’s theories: “Numerous editions of this work by DuFay and le Chevalier de Cambray, a …Read more

  21. Three-volume Manuscript Course Book.

    Three-volume Manuscript Course Book. 1816-7

    £1,750

    Highly attractive, and well-executed examples of these manuscript course/exercise books, covering a technical syllabus typical of those designed for boys destined for nautical or clerical careers. They were produced by a pupil at Joseph Saul’s exceptional Green Row Academy, near Silloth in Cumbria. Saul was …Read more

  22. Statistical Methods for Research Workers.

    Statistical Methods for Research Workers. 1925

    £1,250

    First edition, first impression of this major work on statistics. Read more

  23. A New Logical Machine.

    A New Logical Machine. 1886

    £5,500

    Original offprint of Allan Marquand’s presentation of his new logical machine to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in November, 1885. A student of Charles Sanders Peirce, Marquand (1853-1924) graduated from Princeton in 1874 and obtained his Ph.D. in philosophy in 1880 from Johns …Read more

  24. On some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types. (Extracted from the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Ser. 2, Vol. 4, Part 1.)

    On some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types. (Extracted from the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Ser. 2, Vol. 4, Part 1.) 1905

    £2,250

    Original offprint. Russell had been working on trying to articulate “a theory of logic in which there were no classes, or denoting concepts, or even propositional functions, but only complex entities called ‘propositions’, which were to be analysed into their constituents: individuals and predicates. ‘It …Read more

  25. Applied Mathematical Research in Germany, with particular Reference to Naval Applications.

    Applied Mathematical Research in Germany, with particular Reference to Naval Applications. (1945)

    £7,500

    First edition, the report of an investigation carried out in Germany during June-July 1945, which included visits to A. Walther at the IPM, Darmstadt, and to the University of Göttingen. Page 63 gives a brief account of “Ing. Zuse’s calculating machines”, written before direct contact …Read more

  26. Letters addressed to H. R. H. the Grand Duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, on the Theory of Probabilities,

    Letters addressed to H. R. H. the Grand Duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, on the Theory of Probabilities, 1849

    £1,100

    First edition in English, originally published in French at Brussels in 1846. An inscribed presentation copy from the translator, inscribed on the front free endpaper: “R. Biddulph Esq./ with the Translator’s/ Respectful Comp[limen]ts”. A pioneering work on probability and social statistics by the Belgian astronomer …Read more

  27. The Accomplished Tutor; or, Complete System of Liberal Education:

    The Accomplished Tutor; or, Complete System of Liberal Education: 1800

    £600

    First edition of a popular and comprehensive educational handbook, further editions followed in 1802 and 1806. It includes a section on double-entry bookkeeping, and chapters on English grammar and elocution, penmanship, arithmetic, stock-holding and merchants’ accounts, mensuration and architecture, optics, algebra, annuities, trigonometry, logarithms, geography, …Read more

  28. Clavis Commercii: Or, the Key of Commerce:

    Clavis Commercii: Or, the Key of Commerce: 1704.

    £2,750

    Second, improved edition, first published in 1689, of John Hawkins’s guide to double-entry book-keeping according to the Italian method, here corrected and amended by John Rayner, who advertises his school for merchants near St. Paul’s Church in London. Hawkins, who dedicates his work to Thomas …Read more

  29. A Treatise of the System of the World.
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    A Treatise of the System of the World. 1728

    £9,500

    First edition in English. Also published the same year in Latin as De Mundi Systemate and originally intended as the third book of Principia—”but that afterwards to avoid the disputes which might arise, if those who were unacquainted with the principles laid down in preceding …Read more

  30. Le Pilote Expert.

    Le Pilote Expert. 1683

    £9,750

    First edition. Uncommon, OCLC locates copies at BnF, BL, Newberry, Wurttembergische Landesbibliothek, Paris Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, and the University of Rostock only. No copies recorded at auction. A comprehensive manual of marine navigation including a glossary of navigational terms, methods of establishing …Read more

  31. Des lignes isothermes et de la distribution de la chaleur sur le globe.

    Des lignes isothermes et de la distribution de la chaleur sur le globe. 1817

    £2,250

    First separate issue, the work also being issued in periodical form in Mémoires de physique et de chimie de la societe Arcueil 3 (1817). The work is notable for containing the first map to show the use of isotherms, a term Humboldt coined for lines …Read more

  32. A collection of notebooks, offprints, and books from the estate of Max Newman.

    A collection of notebooks, offprints, and books from the estate of Max Newman. 1928–59

    £15,000

    Max Newman (1897–1984) was one of the most significant British mathematicians of his generation and a leading pioneer in modern computer science. After early pioneering work on combinatory (or geometric) topology, logic and Boolean algebras, he was elected FRS in 1939. During the Second World …Read more

  33. The Foundations of Mathematics

    The Foundations of Mathematics 1931

    £750

    First edition in book form. A collection of Ramsey’s essays on mathematics and logic, some of which are published here for the first time. Ramsey (1903-30) was a Cambridge-based philosopher, a member of the Apostles, who died aged only 26 but contributed pioneering work to …Read more

  34. Cardinal Algebras.

    Cardinal Algebras. 1949

    £300

    First edition, first printing and a lovely copy of this “axiomatic study of cardinal numbers (including zero) under finite and countable addition… an important axiomatic contribution to the foundations of set theory” in which “many noteworthy theorems about generalized cardinal algebras are proved” (Birkhoff, review, …Read more

  35. The Fractal Geometry of Nature.

    The Fractal Geometry of Nature. 1982

    £3,000

    First revised edition, first printing. Inscribed by Mandelbrot on the half title, “To Richard Garwin, with the compliments of Benoit Mandelbrot, Au 17, 1982”. A beautiful copy of this volume, substantially revised from the original 1977 publication titled Fractals. Read more

  36. A Completeness Theorem in Modal Logic.

    A Completeness Theorem in Modal Logic. 1959

    £1,700

    First edition, first impression of the author’s first major work, published when he was only eighteen years old. Saul Kripke (1940– ) is one of the most original and influential logicians and philosophers of the present day. In 1977 the New York Times magazine described …Read more

  37. A Note of Two Problems in Connection with Graphs.

    A Note of Two Problems in Connection with Graphs. 1959

    £4,750

    First editions, first impressions of two of Dijkstra’s most significant papers, both rare in commerce: “A Note of Two Problems in Connection with Graphs”, which introduced the Shortest-Path Algorithim (now known as Dijkstra’s algorithim) as well as the Minimum Spanning Tree Algorithm, and “Recursive Programming”, …Read more

  38. The first six books of The Elements of Euclid

    The first six books of The Elements of Euclid 1847

    £6,750

    First edition of this celebrated book, the most interesting and inventive attempt to revisualise the classic ur-text of geometry by printing the diagrams in various colours, a method which stretched the printers’ skills to their utmost. Oliver Byrne (c.1810–c.1890) is described on the title page …Read more

  39. Études de chiffres arabes,

    Études de chiffres arabes, 1845

    £350

    First and only edition, uncommon, OCLC locates copies at BnF, Oxford, Tel Aviv, University of California, Swiss National Library, and Kunstbibliothek – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Interesting study of the morphology of Arab numerals with reference to calligraphy, illustrated with a series of elegant proportional …Read more

  40. Essai sur les fondements de la géométrie.

    Essai sur les fondements de la géométrie. 1901

    £950

    First edition in French of Russell’s Essay on the Foundations of Geometry, his second book and “first full-length philosophical work” (Richards, Essay on the Foundations of Geometry and the Cambridge mathematical tradition). The book was championed in France by the eminent mathematician Henri Poincaré, which …Read more

  41. The description and use of two arithmetick instruments.

    The description and use of two arithmetick instruments. 1673

    £20,000

    First edition of the first book in English on a mechanical calculating machine, and the first separate work on the subject since Napier’s Rabdologiae (1617). Nothing more of any significance was published in English on calculating machines until Babbage in the nineteenth century. Morland (1625-1695) …Read more

  42. The doctrine of chances: or, a method of calculating the probability of events in play.

    The doctrine of chances: or, a method of calculating the probability of events in play. 1718

    £6,250

    First edition of de Moivre’s early and important contribution to the calculus of games of chance and probability theory. His introduction contains an overview of main concepts such as probability, conditional probability, expectation, dependent and independent events, the multiplication rule, and the binomial distribution. …Read more

  43. A Mathematical Compendium;

    A Mathematical Compendium; 1705

    £850

    Fourth edition. Moore had been involved with the management of the Royal Mathematical School at Christ’s Hospital; his notes were edited by his Ordnance second clerk, Nicholas Stephenson, to form this popular pocket-book, first published 1674. This copy with the bookplate of William Mountaine Esq. …Read more

  44. The Independent Navigator, or Mariner’s Best Companion.

    The Independent Navigator, or Mariner’s Best Companion. 1828

    £1,000

    First and only edition. As suggested by the sub-title, Mulligan – who styles himself “Teacher of Navigation and Mental Astronomy, by a New and Approved System” – suggests that he has found a revolutionary short-cut to complex navigational problems. “The small Treatise here submitted to …Read more

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  2. The Foundations of Geometry. Authorised Translation by E. J. Townsend, PH. D. University of Illinois.
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    HILBERT, David. HILBERT, David.

    The Foundations of Geometry. Authorised Translation by E. J. Townsend, PH. D. University of Illinois.

    £750

  3. Studies in Deductive Logic.
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    JEVONS, W. Stanley. JEVONS, W. Stanley.

    Studies in Deductive Logic.

    £350

  4. The Foundations of Mathematics
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    RAMSEY, Frank Plumpton. RAMSEY, Frank Plumpton.

    The Foundations of Mathematics

    £1,500

  5. A Mathematical Compendium;
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    MOORE, Sir Jonas. MOORE, Sir Jonas.

    A Mathematical Compendium;

    £1,750

  6. The first six books of The Elements of Euclid
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    (EUCLID.) BYRNE, Oliver. (EUCLID.) BYRNE, Oliver.

    The first six books of The Elements of Euclid

    £9,500

  7. Matter and Motion.
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    MAXWELL, John Clerk. MAXWELL, John Clerk.

    Matter and Motion.

    £2,000

  8. An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry.
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    RUSSELL, Bertrand. RUSSELL, Bertrand.

    An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry.

    £1,250

  9. Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.
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    NEWTON, Sir Isaac. NEWTON, Sir Isaac.

    Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.

    £7,750

  10. A Treatise of Gunnery.
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    GRAY, John. GRAY, John.

    A Treatise of Gunnery.

    £650

  11. Opere, divise in quattro tomi, in questa nuova edizione accresciute de molti cose inedite.
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    GALILEI, Galileo. GALILEI, Galileo.

    Opere, divise in quattro tomi, in questa nuova edizione accresciute de molti cose inedite.

    £16,000

  12. On the Ricardian Theory of Value: A Note.
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    PASINETTI, Luigi. PASINETTI, Luigi.

    On the Ricardian Theory of Value: A Note.

    £125

  13. Kort, dog duidelyk onderwys van’t Italiaansch boekhouden …
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    AUBERT, J. P. AUBERT, J. P.

    Kort, dog duidelyk onderwys van’t Italiaansch boekhouden …

    £750

  14. Le Mécanique appliquée aux arts, aux manufactures, à l’agriculture et à la guerre;
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    BERTHELOT, [Claude-François.] BERTHELOT, [Claude-François.]

    Le Mécanique appliquée aux arts, aux manufactures, à l’agriculture et à la guerre;

    £2,250

  15. A Complete Treatise on Practical Arithmetic and Book-Keeping, both by single and double entry, adapted to the use of schools. A new edition, corrected and enlarged by Alexander Ingram, Mathematician.
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    HUTTON, Charles and Alexanger INGRAM. HUTTON, Charles and...

    A Complete Treatise on Practical Arithmetic and Book-Keeping, both by single and double entry, adapted to the use of schools. A new edition, corrected and enlarged by Alexander Ingram, Mathematician.

    £500

  16. Three-volume Manuscript Course Book.
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    OSTLE, William OSTLE, William

    Three-volume Manuscript Course Book.

    £1,750

  17. Statistical Methods for Research Workers.
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    FISHER, Ronald Aylmer. FISHER, Ronald Aylmer.

    Statistical Methods for Research Workers.

    £1,250

  18. A New Logical Machine.
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    MARQUAND, Allan. MARQUAND, Allan.

    A New Logical Machine.

    £5,500

  19. On some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types. (Extracted from the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Ser. 2, Vol. 4, Part 1.)
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    RUSSELL, Bertrand. RUSSELL, Bertrand.

    On some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types. (Extracted from the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Ser. 2, Vol. 4, Part 1.)

    £2,250

  20. Applied Mathematical Research in Germany, with particular Reference to Naval Applications.
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    (ROCKETRY.) TODD, John, & others. (ROCKETRY.) TODD, John,...

    Applied Mathematical Research in Germany, with particular Reference to Naval Applications.

    £7,500

  21. Letters addressed to H. R. H. the Grand Duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, on the Theory of Probabilities,
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    QUETELET, Adolphe. QUETELET, Adolphe.

    Letters addressed to H. R. H. the Grand Duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, on the Theory of Probabilities,

    £1,100

  22. The Accomplished Tutor; or, Complete System of Liberal Education:
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    HODSON, Thomas. HODSON, Thomas.

    The Accomplished Tutor; or, Complete System of Liberal Education:

    £600

  23. Clavis Commercii: Or, the Key of Commerce:
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    HAWKINS, John. HAWKINS, John.

    Clavis Commercii: Or, the Key of Commerce:

    £2,750

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    A Treatise of the System of the World.
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    NEWTON, Isaac. NEWTON, Isaac.

    A Treatise of the System of the World.

    £9,500

  25. Le Pilote Expert.
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    DASSIÉ, F. DASSIÉ, F.

    Le Pilote Expert.

    £9,750

  26. Des lignes isothermes et de la distribution de la chaleur sur le globe.
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    HUMBOLDT, Alexander von. HUMBOLDT, Alexander von.

    Des lignes isothermes et de la distribution de la chaleur sur le globe.

    £2,250

  27. A collection of notebooks, offprints, and books from the estate of Max Newman.
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    (TURING, Alan.) NEWMAN, Max. (TURING, Alan.) NEWMAN,...

    A collection of notebooks, offprints, and books from the estate of Max Newman.

    £15,000

  28. The Foundations of Mathematics
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    RAMSEY, Frank Plumpton. RAMSEY, Frank Plumpton.

    The Foundations of Mathematics

    £750

  29. Cardinal Algebras.
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    TARSKI, Alfred. TARSKI, Alfred.

    Cardinal Algebras.

    £300

  30. The Fractal Geometry of Nature.
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    MANDELBROT, Benoit B. MANDELBROT, Benoit B.

    The Fractal Geometry of Nature.

    £3,000

  31. A Completeness Theorem in Modal Logic.
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    KRIPKE, Saul A. KRIPKE, Saul A.

    A Completeness Theorem in Modal Logic.

    £1,700

  32. A Note of Two Problems in Connection with Graphs.
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    DIJKSTRA, Edsger W. DIJKSTRA, Edsger W.

    A Note of Two Problems in Connection with Graphs.

    £4,750

  33. The first six books of The Elements of Euclid
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    (EUCLID.) BYRNE, Oliver. (EUCLID.) BYRNE, Oliver.

    The first six books of The Elements of Euclid

    £6,750

  34. Études de chiffres arabes,
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    CHAUVIN, Léon. CHAUVIN, Léon.

    Études de chiffres arabes,

    £350

  35. Essai sur les fondements de la géométrie.
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    RUSSELL, Bertrand. RUSSELL, Bertrand.

    Essai sur les fondements de la géométrie.

    £950

  36. The description and use of two arithmetick instruments.
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    MORLAND, Samuel, Sir. MORLAND, Samuel, Sir.

    The description and use of two arithmetick instruments.

    £20,000

  37. The doctrine of chances: or, a method of calculating the probability of events in play.
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    MOIVRE, Abraham de. MOIVRE, Abraham de.

    The doctrine of chances: or, a method of calculating the probability of events in play.

    £6,250

  38. A Mathematical Compendium;
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    MOORE, Sir Jonas. MOORE, Sir Jonas.

    A Mathematical Compendium;

    £850

  39. The Independent Navigator, or Mariner’s Best Companion.
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    MULLIGAN, P. MULLIGAN, P.

    The Independent Navigator, or Mariner’s Best Companion.

    £1,000

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