1711 - 1976 NATURAL HISTORY, MEDICINE, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY etc.
= In total 4 more vols. were published on birds of the Southern third of Africa and West Africa.
Lewis, A. and Pomeroy, D. A Bird Atlas of Kenya. Rott., A.A. Balkema, 1989, XV,(1),620p., num. plates and ills., transparent key leaf in rear pocket, orig. boards. - AND 13 others on African birds, i.a. F.O. CAVE and J.D. MACDONALD, Birds of the Sudan (Edinb. and London, 1955, col. plates, ills., orig. cl.) and P.J. GINN a.o. (ed.), The Complete Book of Southern African Birds (Winchester, 1989, richy illustrated, orig. cl. w. dustwr., folio).
- Both vols. w. bookplate on upper pastedown. Dustwr. sl. dam. Otherwise fine.
Savi, P. Ornitologia Toscana. Milan, Luciano Ferriani Editore, 1959, 2 vols., 440; 441-917,(3)p., num. (col.) ills., orig. unif. cl. w. dustwr., large 8vo.
- Endpapers sl. yellowed/ dam., otherwise fine.
Voous, K.H. In de ban van vogels. Geschiedenis van de beoefening van de ornithologie in Nederland in de twintigste eeuw. Tevens Ornithologisch Biografisch Woordenboek. Utr., Scheffers, 1995, 605p., ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to (fine).
= SIGNED by the author on title-p. and w. attached facs. letter by the same.
AND 9 others similar, i.a. B. GÉNSBØL and B. BERTEL, Roofvogels van Nederland. Plus CD met roofvogelgeluiden. Dutch transl. G. Meesters (Zeist, 2009, 2nd ed., num. (full-p.) col. ills., loosely inserted CD, orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to).
- Upper hinge of vol.1 weak. Otherwise a very good/ fine set.
= Nissen, IVB 675; Wood 492; Anker 363: "Nicoll had completed the manuscript dealing with two-thirds of the Passeres when he died, and on the basis of this Meinertzhagen finished the work. The latter extended its scope to include Sinai".
- Occas. lvs./ plates sl. foxed (mainly) in (blank) margins. Spines sl. chafed. Nevertheless an attractive set.
= Nissen, IVB 645; cf. Anker 346.
- Occas. trifle foxed. Otherwise a fine set. = Nissen, IVB 645.
- All vols. bookplate on upper pastedown. Fine set.
= Nissen, IVB 645; cf. Anker 346. SEE ILLLUSTRATION PLATE LXI.
- Corners and spine-ends sl. worn. Otherwise a fine and spotless set. Bookplate of B. Wardle on all upper pastedowns.
= Cf. Nissen, IVB 646; Zimmer p.444.
= Very fine, in the (often lacking) orig. box. Full-size facs. reprint of the ed. Nederlandsche vogelen (Amst., J.C. Sepp, 1770-1829, 5 vols.).
- Without the small index volume. All vols. w. bookplate on upper pastedown; first vol. w. catalogue clippings on upper pastedown. Contents fine. Bindings sl. foxed and occas. trifle rubbed along extremities. Good/ fine set.
= Nissen, IVB 694; Anker 381. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXI.
- Binding sl. scuffed. Otherwise a fine copy.
= With signed dedication by the publisher Wouter Nijhoff: "Aan den heer P. van der Loo, boekdrukker bij de firma Mouton & Co, wordt als waardering voor de voortreffelijke zorgen besteed bij het drukken van tekst en platen een exemplaar van dit werk aangeboden door den dankbaren uitgever, 22 april 1914." Nissen, IVB 709; Anker 390; Wood 610: "A beautiful and unusually well-designed work on the eggs of the birds of Holland. The plates consist of separate figures of single eggs mounted in panels with suitable tinted backgrounds, to show their marking and colors." Limited edition of only 250 copies. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXI.
= According to the title-page this guide was intended to be published in 1991 by Collins, London. This title not found, but in 1995 Collins published Birds of Eastern Africa. Collins Checklist illustrated by the artist. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXII.
- New endpapers.
AND 2 others, i.a. A. ABULADZE, Birds of Prey of Georgia (Tbilisi, 2013, orig. wr.).
- Vol.2 one plate loosening. Vol.1 lower joint splitting; vol.4 spine sunned.
= Nissen, IVB 863; Anker, 466.
- Vol. 1 scratched on frontcover.
= Nissen, IVB 1026; Bradley Martin 240; Anker 544: "(...) the work contains figures of the majority of the birds found in Sweden, such forms as rarely appear, or have only appeared a few times in that country, not being represented." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXII.
= Ralph Kronig (1904-1995) was a German physicist. He is noted for the discovery of particle spin and for his theory of X-ray absorption spectroscopy. Comprises i.a. of 27 offprints by W. HEISENBERG; 5 offprints by E. FERMI (i.a. Artificial radioactivity produces by neutron bombardment, publ. 1934); 3 offprints by G. HERZBERG w. AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION and by Y. NISHINA, S. TOMONAGA and H. YUKAWA (On the Interaction of Elementary Particles II-IV).
- Upper joint splitting and w. a few wormholes. A fine copy.
= Nissen, ZBI 799. Petrus Camper (1722-1789), anatomist and naturalist, was educated at the university of Leyden, and graduated in philosophy and medicine in 1746. He was professor of medicine, anatomy and surgery at the universities of Franeker, Groningen and Amsterdam.
- Bookblock shaken. Joints splitting.
= ANNOTATED COPY by P. EHRENFEST on p.15, p.148-154 and p.176f in pencil and pen and ink.
= With owner's entry on title in pen and ink by P. EHRENFEST and some leaves ANNOTATED in pencil by the same.
- From the library of the Dutch physicist J. Clay w. his owner's entry on title. Binding yellowed and sl. soiled.
= One of the major works on thermodynamics and the first collected edition of Planck's twenty papers on the subject. These papers originally appeared in scientific journals, and were published between 1879 (his thesis) and 1896; at the end of the present volume Planck gives a bibliography of them. This classic work of modern physics went through numerous editions, the 9th German edition appeared in 1930 and English, French and Russian translations were published between 1900 and 1927. Poggendorff VI, 1172.