Good. Book. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Underlining in two chapters. Base of spine and front corner bumped/slight wear. Detailed study of the costs and economic aspects of generating electricity world-wide, using nuclear power.
Ex-library, Usual Markings. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. The escalator method in engineering vibration problems. Covers the basic principles of the theory of elasticity, including unusually full historical information. Plus strain engineering, reciprocal theorems, and aircraft engineering.
Publisher: Chapman and Hall, London
Date published: 1845
Description: Good. Book. Octavo. Letter Signed By Author Orange full leather binding. Front hinge has come loose. The book is clean, unmarked and includes a letter from the author. 20 plates. Read More
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Mitchell Kennerley, New York
Date published: 1909
Description: Good. Book. Octavo. Owner names inside cover. First edition. Green cloth cover with gold lettering. Cover worn at all corners. Spine is browned. The author "listens" for Shakespeare's own voice in his plays, and so writes a biographical view of Shakespeare looking at himself. Read More
Publisher: Shenandoah Publishing, Strasburg, VA
Date published: 1950
Description: Very Good. No Jacket. Book. Octavo. VG; binding edges slightly bent; some browning on inside cover pages. The life, letters and pubic papers of the lawyer, Civil War general and statesman James W. Denver, beginning with his ancestry through the end of his life. With black & white illustrations. Read More
Publisher: Edward Bosqui and Co., San Francisco, CA
Date published: 1879
Description: Good. Book. 12mo. Slight line or water marks on edges of first few pages. Wear and tears to top and bottom of spine and some soiling as to be expected. One of the end papers is missing. Overall good condition. Read More