Very Good in Good- jacket. Pages clean except for bands of toning at the endpapers, moderate foxing at fore-and head edges, and a touch of toning in the margins throughout; binding is square and secure, full red cloth hard cover only mildly rubbed at spine ends and corners. Jacket bears age-toning, especially along spine and edges; there is a surface abrasion at the lower left rear, light and patchy spotting along the right front and upper spine, and small edge tears, chips, and creases, the only open chips being at the spine ends; still overall sound, and now protected in a clear sleeve. 110pp. w/index.
Very good. Hardcover, no dust jacket, covers with small areas of fading, shadows on first and last sheets, clean, unmarked pages, tight binding. Note: Post Office Delivery Confirmation provided by e-mail to enable you to track your package (for US addresses); overseas airmail (generally 2-3 weeks delivery) provided for non-US addresses. Book is shipped packaged in bubble wrap.
Very Good in Good jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. London: Oxford, 1947. First edition. 12mo. Red cloth binding, 110 pp. including index. This book deals with the significance of thermodynamics for certain problems of human observation and experience, specifically the historical development of the concept of entropy, for measuring the trend of events in time. Previous owner name, otherwise a clean, solid, bright copy. Dustjacket internally taped along folds with archival tape. Very good in good dustjacket, protected with a mylar cover.
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