The Construction and Principal Uses of Mathematical Instruments, 1758

The Construction and Principal Uses of Mathematical Instruments, 1758

A fine original copy of “The best illustrated account of the scientific instruments in use at the beginning of the XVIIIth century” It includes the supplement containing a “further account of some of the most useful mathematical instruments as now improved. This fine copy, in its original binding, has the bookplate of Robert Shafto, esq. of Benwell on the front pastedown.

London, 1758 c.H: 14"W: 9"D: 1.6"Reference number: 27219