THE DISCOVERY OF ELECTROMAGNETISM: THE EXTREMELY RARE TRUE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT IN PRINT OF ØRSTED’S DEMONSTRATION OF THE MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF AN ELECTRIC CURRENT, PRECEDING EVEN THE UNOBTAINABLE LATIN PAMPHLET THAT IS GENERALLY REGARDED AS THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF HIS DISCOVERY. More
INSCRIBED FIRST EDITIONS IN A PRESENTATION BINDING WITH ORIGINAL WRAPPERS BOUND-IN. A SUPERB ASSOCIATION COPY, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY STIEGLITZ: “To my friend, advisor & co-worker / John Francis Strauss / from / Alfred Stieglitz.” Additionally noted by Stieglitz “Feb, 17 - 1905. Third Anniversary of the birth of the..... More
INSCRIBED FIRST EDITIONS IN A PRESENTATION BINDING WITH ORIGINAL WRAPPERS BOUND-IN. AN IMPORTANT ASSOCIATION COPY, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY ALFRED STIEGLITZ TO J.B. KERFOOT: “To my friend J.B. Kerfoot who has so kindly helped me in making this volume what it is. Alfred Stieglitz. Dec 25/06." More
SCARCE FIRST EDITION OF THE COLLECTED WORKS of one of Newton’s most important precursors, John Wallis, Savilian Professor (1649-1703), containing the first printed appearance of Newton’s ideas on fluxions. More
WATSON, JAMES D.; CRICK, FRANCIS D.; FRANKLIN, ROSALIND.
FIRST EDITION IN RARE ORIGINAL WRAPPERS of the legendary announcement of the discovery of the structure of DNA, one of the most important scientific achievements of the century. In addition to the famous Watson-Crick paper of April 1953, the collection includes subsequent papers marking critical developments throughout the year. More
A REMARKABLE VOLUME OF THE FIRST EDTION OF THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION OF WHITMAN’S WORK, SIGNED BY WHITMAN ON THE TITLE PAGE.
A PRESENTATION COPY SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY WHITMAN TO GABRIEL SARRAZIN AND WITH A LONG REVEALING AUTOGRAPH LETTER DISCUSSING HIS HEALTH AND LEAVES OF GRASS. More
FIRST EDITIONS, AN OUTSTANDING ASSOCIATION COPY: Theodore Roethke’s copies of Books III and V, with Book III inscribed in Roethke’s hand “Ted Roethke’s book, gift of W.C. Williams” and Book V inscribed by Williams “Ted from Bill”. With first editions of the remaining volumes. More