Mathematics

HARRISON, John. The Principles of Mr. Harrison's TimeKeeper, with plates of the same.
London : 1767
First edition of the primary account of the invention of the marine chronometer, which revolutionized the science of navigation. "There was no comparable advance in navigational aids until the development of radar in the twentieth century" (Norman).
In 1714, the Board of Longitude offered a substantial reward of 20,000 to anyone who could find an... Learn More£100,000.00Stock Code: 138402

WHITEHEAD, Alfred North, & Bertrand Russell. Principia Mathematica.
Cambridge : 19101213
First editions, a rare complete set of Whitehead and Russell's Principia Mathematica. The first volume was printed in 750 copies and, due to the disappointing sales, the publishers reduced the printings of volumes II and III to 500 copies each, so that only 500 complete sets in first edition are possible.
Principia Mathematica... Learn More£100,000.00Stock Code: 139071

(EULER.) COURNOT, Antoine Augustin. Lettres de L. Euler à une princesse d'Allemagne.
Paris : 1842
First edition of Cournot's annotated version of Euler's Lettres à une princesse d'Allemagne, originally published in Saint Petersburg between 1768 and 1772. Euler, the great Swiss mathematician, studied under Johann Bernoulli, and was a member of the academies of Saint Petersburg and Berlin. Written in an absorbing and popular manner, his Lettres... Learn More£300.00Stock Code: 128948

RUSSELL, Bertrand. Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy.
London : 1919
First edition, first impression, based on a set of public lectures Russell had delivered in autumn 1917 which were intended to serve as a popular introduction to the system of Principia Mathematica. He wrote the book while serving a sixmonth prison sentence for an article he wrote alleging that American troops would be employed in Britain as strikebreakers.... Learn More£575.00Stock Code: 140790

KORNAI, János. A beruházások matematikai programozása. [Mathematical Programming of Investments.]
Budapast : 1962
First edition, first impression, of one of the earliest economic publications to use the method of linear programming. WorldCat locates nine copies in total: three apiece in Hungary and the US, 2 in Germany, and 1 in Switzerland.
The Hungarian economist János Kornai (b. 1928) was the first economist behind the Iron Curtain to publish critical studies... Learn More£1,750.00Stock Code: 140387

DE FINETTI, Bruno; G. Rodinò; N. Kitz. "Symposium on automatic digital computation" del National Physycal Laboratory, Teddington. (Londra, 2528 marzo 1953.)
Rome : 1954
Original offprint, number 403 in the series of publications of the Instituto per le applicazioni del calcolo. Learn More£750.00Stock Code: 135238

PEANO, Giuseppe. Logique Mathématique.
Turin : 1897.
First edition. An extended presentation of Peano's approach to mathematical logic, which he delivered at the first International Congress of Mathematicians in Zurich. Although this section of the Formulaire "is now of no more than historical interest... the credit for introducing the essential notions and symbols belongs to Peano, as Russell himself... Learn More£325.00Stock Code: 135241

PEANO, Giuseppe. Notations de logique mathématique.
Turin : 1894
First edition. This paper serves as an introduction to Peano's famous Formulario project, the first edition of which was published the following year. Peano had introduced his his famous system of logical notation in 1889. He "was interested primarily in the clear presentation of mathematical results, and it was for this purpose, rather than for philosophical... Learn More£650.00Stock Code: 135239

WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics.
Oxford : 1956
First edition in English, first impression, of the author's major work on the philosophy of mathematics, originally published under the title Bemerkungen über die Grundlagen der Mathematik in the same year. Although intended as the second part of the author's Philosophical Investigations, this imposing and brilliantly edited work stands by... Learn More£225.00Stock Code: 139309

(TURING, Alan.) Manchester University Computer  Inaugural Conference  July 1951.
Manchester : 1951
First edition of the brochure marking the official inauguration of the Ferranti Mark I computer. "The machine had been delivered to the University in February 1951 and by the time of the conference it was at the centre of a flourishing computer laboratory. The Ferranti Mark I was the first commercially manufactured computer in Britain (and arguably... Learn More£5,500.00Stock Code: 138710

TARNIER, Étienne Auguste. Tableaux du système métrique accompagnés d'un livret explicatif.
Paris : 1865
First edition of this striking exposition of the metric system, with the colour tables illustrating the system's measuring instruments, and the units of measurements of surface, volume, liquids, and weight, its application for measuring grain and other dry matter, and finally the metric system of coinage, illustrated with the coins of Napoleon III.... Learn More£1,250.00Stock Code: 138436

SPRAGUE, E. H. Geometry for Technical Students.
London : 1904
First edition, first impression, of this survey of plane and 3D geometry with an emphasis on aspects that would be relevant for students going into technical professions such as engineering. WorldCat and Library Hub locate just six copies: British Library, National Library of Scotland, Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Chicago, and Hong Kong. Learn More£75.00Stock Code: 124189

(AGNESI, Maria Gaetana.) FRISI, Antonio Francesco. Elogio storico di Da. Maria Gaetana Agnesi
Milan : 1799
First edition of "the most valuable source of information" (Mazzotti, p. 658) on the life of the Italian mathematician Maria Gaetana Agnesi, the first woman to publish a mathematical work. Written by her friend Antonio Frisi and published the year of her death, it is the earliest biographical work about her. Though relatively well represented institutionally... Learn More£2,250.00Stock Code: 138353

EUCLID. Elementa Geometriae.
Venice : 1482
First edition of "the oldest mathematical textbook still in common use today" (PMM) and one of the earliest printed books with geometrical figures. The text is the standard late mediaeval recension of Johannes Campanus of Novara, based on the 12thcentury translation from the Arabic of Adelard of Bath. The text is preceded by a dedicatory letter by... Learn More£150,000.00Stock Code: 136914

EDGEWORTH, F. Y. On the application of mathematics to political economy.
London : 1899
First edition, exceptionally scarce, with OCLC recording just one copy at the Universite de Lausanne. Learn More£750.00Stock Code: 126591

(RUSSELL, Bertrand.) RICHARDSON, Lewis F. Mathematical Psychology of War.
Oxford : 1919
First edition of Richardson's first and pioneering paper on the subject, containing Russell's 20line contribution, "Problem: To Produce in Two Nations a Mutual Will to War" (pp. 1516). It was published at the author's own expense, costing him 35 for 300 copies total. In this fiftypage essay the mathematician and pacifist Lewis Fry Richardson (18811953)... Learn More£2,750.00Stock Code: 135563

LAPLACE, Pierre Simon. Essai philosophique sur les probabilités. Seconde édition, revue et augmentée par l'auteur.
Paris : 1814
Second edition, first published the same year, of Laplace's Essai, a more mature and accessible summary of his work on probability theory. "Inevitably, Laplace's technical writings have come to have the same sort of relation to the later development of the discipline of probability that, for example, Newton's Principia mathematica had for the later... Learn More£850.00Stock Code: 133666

MOORE, Sir Jonas. Modern Fortification: or, Elements of Military Architecture.
London : 1673
First edition, uncommon, just five locations on Copac, OCLC adds ten. As a boy Jonas Moore (162779) "became a clerk in Durham city" (Taylor), but resolved to follow a career in mathematics, in which ambition he was encouraged by the prominent local Shuttleworth family of Gawthorpe Hall. Brought to the attention of Charles I "when the king was in the... Learn More£3,250.00Stock Code: 126903

BERTHELOT, ClaudeFrançois. Le Mécanique appliquée aux arts, aux manufactures, à l'agriculture et à la guerre;
Paris : 1782
First edition. Described on the title as "IngénieurMécanicien du Roi", Berthelot (17181800) 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 generally credited to Gribeauval who was largely responsible... Learn More£2,250.00Stock Code: 108958

GALILEI, Galileo. Le operazioni del compasso geometrico, et militare.
Padua : 1649
Third edition of Galileo's first published work, originally privately printed in 1606 in an edition of 60 copies only. The second edition, the first with the plate, was published by Frambotto in 1640. Galileo's compass, invented in Padua in 1597, was a calculating instrument making use of the proportionality between the corresponding sides of two similar... Learn More£4,500.00Stock Code: 137602

PRICE, Richard. Observations on Reversionary Payments; on Schemes for providing Annuities for Widows, and for Persons in Old Age;
London : 1792
Fifth edition. Price was "working on this edition at the time of his death, and had seen the revised version of the first volume through the press, but it was left to his nephew, William Morgan, to complete the second and write the General Introduction. In his introduction to the fifth edition Morgan noted that it contains a new table for the life of... Learn More£375.00Stock Code: 135492

NAGEL, Ernest. Principles of the Theory of Probability.
Chicago : 1939
First edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed by the author to the philosopher Alfred North Whitehead on the front free endpaper: "To Professor A. N. Whitehead with the esteem of Ernest Nagel". The English philosopher Alfred North Whitehead (18611947) was a seminal figure in process philosophy, and together with Bertrand Russell, wrote... Learn More£2,750.00Stock Code: 132994

(FIBONACCI). BONCOMPAGNI, Baldassare. Della vita e delle opere di Leonardo Pisano matematico del secolo decimoterzo. Notizie raccolte.
Rome : 1852
Original offprint, giving an account of the life and works of Leonardo Pisano, better known as Fibonacci (11701240), whose Liber abaci (1202) was the first European work to introduce Indian and Arabian mathematics. His name is known to modern mathematicians mainly because of the Fibonacci sequence, derived from a problem in the Liber abaci.
"Much... Learn More£1,500.00Stock Code: 121647

MOIVRE, Abraham de; Roberto Gaeto, translator & prefator. La Dottrina degli azzardi applicata ai problemi della probabilitá della vita, delle pensioni vitalizie, reversioni, tontine, ec.
Milan : 1776
First edition in Italian of part of de Moivre's early and important contribution to the calculus of games of chance and probability theory, one of the first instructional texts on the subject, which together with the works of Montmort and Bernoulli was one of the most important books written on the subject in the early eighteenth century. His introduction... Learn More£1,750.00Stock Code: 133671

RAMSEY, Frank Plumpton. On a Problem of Formal Logic.
London : 1928
Original offprint of a paper read by Ramsey to the London Mathematical Society on December 13 1928, "primarily concerned with a special case of one of the problems of mathematical logic, the problem of finding a regular procedure to determine the truth or falsity of any given logical formula" p. 264.) This problem is commonly known as the Entscheidungsproblem,... Learn More£4,000.00Stock Code: 133471

HAUTEFEUILLE, Jean de. Recueil des ouvrages de M. de HauteFeuille. Contenant plusieurs Decouvertes & Inventions nouvelles dans la Physique & dans les Mechaniques.
Paris : 1694
First collected edition of Hautefeuille's works, with some additional pamphlets bound in. The note at the front of the book reads as follows: "Mr Jean de Hautefeuille auteur de ce Recueil, ecclesiastique du Diocese d'Orleans, de l'Academie des Sciences, Belles Lettres, et arts de Bordeaux, Pensionnaire du Roy Louis XIV et Louis XV est mort le mercredi... Learn More£7,500.00Stock Code: 133476

GREEN, John, L.T. The Mystical Number Seven;
Hull : 1826
First and only edition, no other copy traced. Green  who styles himself L.T., perhaps "lay teacher"?  opens with what he evidently felt was a clear statement of the underlying principle of his publication; "Seven is composed of the first two numbers, equal and unequal, three and four; for the number two consisting of a repeated unity which is no... Learn More£395.00Stock Code: 133166

TURING, Sara. Alan M. Turing.
Cambridge : 1959
First edition, first impression, of this biography and memorial volume written by the mother of the great computer science pioneer. Uncommon, especially so in the jacket, and apparently issued in an edition of as little as 500 copies, it is an interesting work which strives to establish Turing's credentials without reference to his then stillclassified... Learn More£1,950.00Stock Code: 132257

(TANGRAM.) Al gioco cinese chiamato il rompicapo. Appendice di figure
Florence : 1818
First edition of this uncommon and early work on Chinese tangrams, the Florentine issue. There was also an issue published in Milan the same year by Pietro and Giuseppe Vallardi (no priority established, though the Milanese issue appears to have had handcoloured plates rather than sepia).
Both issues are scarce in commerce and institutions, with... Learn More£3,000.00Stock Code: 134823

RUSSELL, Bertrand. Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy.
London : 1919
First edition, first impression, based on a set of public lectures Russell had delivered in autumn 1917 which were intended to serve as a popular introduction to the system of Principia Mathematica. He wrote the book while serving a sixmonth prison sentence for an article he wrote alleging that American troops would be employed in Britain as strikebreakers.... Learn More£375.00Stock Code: 132306

HUSSERL, Edmund. Philosophie der Arithmetik.
HalleSaale : 1891
First edition of Husserl's first book, the initial volume of his Philosophie der Arithmetik. Husserl (18591938) began his career as a mathematician, and it was in search of complete clarity respecting fundamental mathematical concepts that, with the encouragement of Franz Brentano, to whom this work is dedicated, he turned to the philosophy of mathematics.... Learn More£3,750.00Stock Code: 131952

KIRKBY, John. Arithmetical Institutions.
London : 1735
First and only edition of the first work of the unlucky Kirkby (c.17051754), who was appointed tutor to the young Edward Gibbon, only to be dismissed after accidentally omitting the name of George II in prayer. In 1748 he published The Doctrine of Ultimators, of which he presented two copies to the Royal Society in January 1752. He also published a... Learn More£950.00Stock Code: 131977

RAMSBOTTOM, Richard. Fractions Anatomized:
London : 1762
First edition of this guide to calculating sums involving fractions, intended for the use of young excise officers. The author seems to have left little trace, and they published no other known books. Uncommon, with ESTC locating eight copies in British and American institutional holdings. Learn More£1,250.00Stock Code: 131614

KEYNES, John Maynard. A Treatise on Probability.
London : 1921
First edition, first impression, of this mathematicalphilosophical work, the subject of Keynes's fellowship dissertation, in which he sought to establish a mathematical basis for probability theory as Bertrand Russell and Alfred North Whitehead had done for symbolic logic. Russell wrote of this work "the mathematical calculus is astonishingly powerful,... Learn More£975.00Stock Code: 131310

(FIBONACCI.) GUGLIELMINI, Giovanni Battista. Elogio di Lionardo Pisano:
[Bologna : 1813]
First edition of Guglielmini's lecture on Leonardo Pisano, better known today by his nickname Fibonacci, albeit a nickname which would not be invented by Guillaume Libri for another two decades. Fibonacci was the most influential of the Western mathematicians of the Middle Ages, popularising the system of Arabic numerals, and introducing to Europe what... Learn More£1,000.00Stock Code: 130611

CLAVIUS, Christopher. Aritmetica Prattica.
Venice : 1678
Later edition of the Italian translation, first published in Latin in 1583, with the Italian translation following in 1586. Christopher Clavius (15381612) was a German Jesuit astronomer and mathematician. "Clavius was an excellent teacher of mathematics, and his textbooks were models of good arrangement. This work is an attempt at a practical arithmetic.... Learn More£300.00Stock Code: 129127

(RUSSELL, Bertrand.) HARDY, G. H. Bertrand Russell and Trinity.
Cambridge : 1970
First public edition of Hardy's 1942 account of the breach between Russell and Trinity which occurred during the First World War, originally privately printed in 1942. This new edition contains a 4page foreword by C. D. Broad, explaining the circumstances of the argument and the publication history of the book. Learn More£75.00Stock Code: 128915

GRAUNT, John. Natural and Political Observations
London : 1665
Third edition, enlarged, first published in 1662. "The scientific study of the numbers, characteristics and territorial distribution of populations  today called demography  began with Graunt" (PMM). Graunt drew up his statistical tables from the birth and death records of parish clerks. From this he constructed the first tables of life expectancy,... Learn More£4,000.00Stock Code: 126999

(PEARSON, Karl.) Speeches delivered at a Dinner held in University College, London in Honour of Profesor Karl Pearson 23 April 1934.
Cambridge : 1934
Sole edition of a celebratory volume of speeches issued following Pearson's retirement from the University of London in 1933, with contributions by G. Udny Yule, Harald Westergaard, and by Pearson himself, among others. Learn More£325.00Stock Code: 125830

WHITEHEAD, Alfred North, & Bertrand Russell. Principia Mathematica.
Cambridge : 1925 & 1927
Second editions of the complete set of the Principia Mathematica, each one of 1,000 copies printed. Supervised by Russell, this expanded edition includes a new introduction which reflects the advances made in the years since the publication of the first edition (19101213). In this work, Whitehead and Russell attempted to construct "the whole... Learn More£3,750.00Stock Code: 124543

NAGEL, Ernest. Logic Without Metaphysics.
Glencoe, Illinois : 1956
First edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed from the author to Carl Hempel on the front free endpaper: "To Peter, with affectionate regards, Ernest". An excellent association copy: Carl Gustav Hempel (19051997), known as "Peter" to his friends, was a German writer and philosopher, and a major figure in logical empiricism. Willard Van... Learn More£300.00Stock Code: 122872

CANTOR, Moritz. Politische Arithmetik oder die Arithmetik des täglichen Lebens.
Leipzig : 1898
First edition of the German scholar's book on the application of mathematical methods to stock exchange activities. Cantor (18291920) has been described by mathematics professors Dauben and Scriba as "without doubt the most outstanding historian of mathematics in 19thcentury Germany" (p. 123). He delivered lectures on elementary mathematics, including... Learn More£125.00Stock Code: 120526

MANDELBROT, Benoit B. Fractals.
San Francisco : 1977
First edition in English, first printing, of Mandelbrot's groundbreaking volume on fractal geometry, originally published in Paris in 1975. Learn More£750.00Stock Code: 119549

MACKAY, Andrew. The Theory and Practice of Finding the Longitude at Sea or Land:
London : 1793
First edition of this important and scarce work. The Scottish teacher of navigation, Andrew Mackay (17581809), "corrected the latitude of Aberdeen, estimated the longitude by comparing timings of Jovian satellite phenomena with Greenwich, and rated chronometers. Meantime he earned his living teaching mathematics, geography, navigation with lunars,... Learn More£3,750.00Stock Code: 119448

(VON NEUMANN, John.) BARGMANN, Valentine, Deane Montgomery, & John von Neumann. Solution of Linear Systems of High Order.
[Washington, D.C.] : 1946
First edition of this report on computeroriented numerical analysis, a key document in charting the early development of von Neumann's understanding of the work of Carl Friedrich Gauss. The statistician Harold Hotelling had discredited Gauss's approach to numerical analysis and "advocated using an iterative method to eliminate numerical instability... Learn More£450.00Stock Code: 118844

HAO, Wang. A Survey of Mathematical Logic.
Peking : 1962
First edition, first printing, presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Lucia and Monty, with warm regards from Hao". This is the logician, philosopher, and mathematician's second book, which comprises a collection of introductory papers on a variety of topics, including the axiomatic method, computation, Turing's theory... Learn More£625.00Stock Code: 118207

JEVONS, W. Stanley. Studies in Deductive Logic.
London : 1880
First edition, with the publisher's ads to rear dated February 1881. Learn More£350.00Stock Code: 114481

JEVONS, W. S. Pure Logic or the Logic of Quality apart from Quantity: with remarks on Boole's System and on the Relation of Logic and Mathematics.
London : 1864
First edition of Jevons's first work on logic, one of two pamphlets (the other was The Substitution of Similars, 1869) in which he developed the calculus presented by Boole in An investigation of the laws of thought (1854). Jevons had already consulted Boole before sending him a copy; in a letter of 1863 he recorded,"I have written on the subject to... Learn More£2,750.00Stock Code: 114514

PARETO, Raffaele. Del mal uso che si fa delle medie nelle scienze fisiche e sociali:
Modena : 1869
First edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page: "All'egregio sig. Prof. Gilberto Gavi?". Father of the famous economist and sociologist Vilfredo Pareto, Raffaele Pareto (18121882) was a prominent civil engineer whose career began in France where he had sought exile following his involvement with Giuseppe Mazzini's movement for Italian unification... Learn More£425.00Stock Code: 114087

MOORE, Sir Jonas. A Mathematical Compendium;
London : 1681
Second edition of this popular pocketbook, first published in 1674. "The book was intended to be sold with various mathematical instruments, some made by the author Nicholas Stephenson (a gunner in the Tower), who must have had Moore's sanction as his assistant to use his notes" (Taylor). "Stephenson was also deputed by Moore to compile the Royal Almanack... Learn More£1,750.00Stock Code: 112517

HUTTON, Charles, & Alexanger Ingram. A Complete Treatise on Practical Arithmetic and BookKeeping, both by single and double entry, adapted to the use of schools.
Edinburgh : 1811
"New edition" of a work that was extremely popular in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, first published as The SchoolMaster's Guide: or, a Complete System of Practical Arithmetic. The first two printings do not appear to have survived, the earliest edition in ESTC and ICAEW being the third of 1771. Learn More£250.00Stock Code: 105514

AUBERT, J. P. Kort, dog duidelyk onderwys van't Italiaansch boekhouden …
Amsterdam : 1782
Revised and enlarged fourth edition, first published in 1760, of this guide to Italian bookkeeping, teaching the basic principles, with a section relating to bookkeeping for ship owners. The work contains an innovation by Aubert, a "Convoy book", which lists goods under the name of the Captain and the ship. The work also contains reallife accounts... Learn More£750.00Stock Code: 104912

MARQUAND, Allan. A New Logical Machine.
Boston : 1886
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 (18531924) graduated from Princeton in 1874 and obtained his Ph.D. in philosophy in 1880 from Johns Hopkins University, returning to Princeton in 1881 to teach Latin... Learn More£5,500.00Stock Code: 100212

RUSSELL, Bertrand. On Some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types.
London : 1905
Original offprint, presentation copy, inscribed by the author in the upper margin of the first leaf, "James Ward from B.R." and with Ward's pencil annotations throughout. James Ward, philosopher and psychologist, was made a fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1875, and in 1897 was appointed to the newly founded professorship of mental philosophy... Learn More£2,250.00Stock Code: 99896

QUETELET, Adolphe. Letters addressed to H. R. H. the Grand Duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, on the Theory of Probabilities,
London : 1849
First edition in English, originally published in French at Brussels in 1846, presentation copy from the translator, inscribed on the front free endpaper: "R. Biddulph Esq./ with the Translator's/ Respectful Compliments". A pioneering work on probability and social statistics by the Belgian astronomer and mathematician Adolphe Quetelet (17961874),... Learn More£1,100.00Stock Code: 96972

HODSON, Thomas. The Accomplished Tutor; or, Complete System of Liberal Education:
London : 1800
First edition of a popular and comprehensive educational handbook, further editions followed in 1802 and 1806. It includes a section on doubleentry bookkeeping, and chapters on English grammar and elocution, penmanship, arithmetic, stockholding and merchants' accounts, mensuration and architecture, optics, algebra, annuities, trigonometry, logarithms,... Learn More£600.00Stock Code: 96467

DASSIÉ, F. Le Pilote Expert.
Havre de Grace : 1683
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 longitude, the lodestone,... Learn More£9,750.00Stock Code: 90835

HUMBOLDT, Alexander von. Des lignes isothermes et de la distribution de la chaleur sur le globe.
Paris : 1817
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 of equal average temperatures. The chart extends only across the northern hemisphere, from America to... Learn More£2,250.00Stock Code: 90281

CHAUVIN, Léon. Études de chiffres arabes,
Paris : 1845
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. An interesting study of the morphology of Arab numerals with reference to calligraphy, illustrated with a series of elegant proportional studies lithographed by Villain,... Learn More£350.00Stock Code: 90010

TARSKI, Alfred. Cardinal Algebras.
New York : 1949
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, Bulletin of the American Mathematical... Learn More£300.00Stock Code: 88446