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[Arthur Holmes, geologist, and Robert W. Lawson, Einstein's English translator.] Offprint, inscribed by the authors to Prof. C. G. Curtis: 'Lead and the End Product of Thorium. (Part II.)'

Author: 
Arthur Holmes, A.R.C.S., B.Sc., F.G.S., Imperial College, London, and Robert W. Lawson, M.Sc., Radium Institute, Vienna
Publication details: 
'From the Philosophical Magazine [London], vol. xxix. May 1915.'
£120.00

16pp, 8vo, paginated 673-688. Stitched into brown wraps, with typed white label on front cover. At the head of the front cover, in manuscript: 'II | Prof C. G. Curtis | With the Authors' Compliments.' The offprint in good condition, on lightly aged paper, the brown wraps aged and chipped, with small of back wrap torn away at rear. The only other copy of this offprint on OCLC WorldCat at Durham University.

[John Percy, metallurgist.] Autograph Letter Signed ('J. Percy') to society homeopathist, making a long transcription from his 'Metallurgy of Lead'.

Author: 
John Percy (1817-1889), metallurgist, lecturer on metallurgy at Woolwich Arsenal [Edward Charles Chepmell (1820-1885), society homeopathist]
Publication details: 
1 Gloucester Crescent, Paddington. 26 May 1885.
£80.00

2pp., 12mo. Bifolium. In fair condition, lightly aged, with traces of mount adhering to blank reverse of second leaf. Addressed to 'Dear Dr.' and written in a neat and close hand. He gives a 22-line transcription of 'the extract [] from my vol[um]e. on Lead, p.177, published in 1870', headed 'Refining or Cupellation'.

[Presentation copy.] The Early Metallurgy of Silver and Lead: Part I., Lead. Communicated to the Society of Antiquaries by William Gowland, Esq., F.S.A., F.I.C., Associate of the Royal School of Mines.

Author: 
William Gowland, Esq., F.S.A., F.I.C., Associate of the Royal School of Mines
Publication details: 
['From Archaeologia, Vol. LVII.'] Printed by J. B. Nichols and Sons, Parliament Mansions, Victoria Street, Westminster. 1901.
£120.00

[2] + 64pp., 4to. Blue printed wraps. Aged and worn, with wraps detached and heavily-worn at extremities. Inscribed at head of front cover: 'Professor Tilden | with the Author's kind regards'. Attractively presented, with tables and 21 illustrations in text. A scarce item: no copy at the British Library, and the only copy on COPAC at the Warburg Institute; a further four copies on OCLC WorldCat.

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