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Mineral Resources of the United States. Calendar Years 1911. Part I + II 2 Books, First Edition hardcovers with Folding Maps.

By DAY, David T. / SMITH, Georg Otis

Washington: USGPO, 1912 Set of both books; Metals & Non-Metals. Large heavy books, 1018/1224 pp with illustrations and folding maps, some color. Maroon cloth bound. .

$85.00

Pennsylvania Caves (With a Chapter on Pennsylvania Cave Fauna), 1932 Bulletin G-3.

By Ralph Stone

1932 Bulletin G-3. Covers dirty, contents very good to NF. 143 pages illustrated. . Very Good. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$32.00

Carl Bosch Mineral Collection.

By Carl Bosch

Copied and comb-bound, 605 original pages reproduced in oblong format 4 pages per leaf (2 per side). Origin unknown as no other examples seem to exist. Nor dated, circa 1970.

$145.00

Geology and ore deposits of the Atacocha district, Departamento de Pasco, Peru. Bulletin 975-E. 1950 - 1955

By Robert F. Johnson , R.W. Lewis Jr. , and Guillermo Abele C.

1955 NOT A MODERN REPRINT. Original from the US GPO, 1955. pps 337-388. Includes large folding plates/maps, mostly of the Atacocha district mines, 8 in all, No's 23-30 in the rear pocket. Also the title page, TOC and illustration index from the general bulletin #975 "Geologic Invertigations in the American Republics 1950-53". 6 pps + blank. Columbia University stamps. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$75.00

WORCESTER MINERAL CLUB - Geology and Mineralogy of Mount St, Hilaire, Quebec, Canada. 1973

Holden, MA: WORCESTER MINERAL CLUB, 1973 46 illustrated pages + index. . First. Comb. Near Fine. 4to - 11" Tall. Bagged for Preservation.

$45.00

The Uncovering of New Hampshire By the Last Ice Sheet . Signed Extract American Journal of Science, volume XXXVI, November, 1938.

By James Walter Goldthwait

An extract from the American Journal of Science, volume XXXVI, November, 1938. Signed/inscribed "________ with sincere regards, J. W. Goldthwait". on the title sheet (front cover) of the bound wrappers. Green wrappers, pps 345-372.. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$45.00

The Origin of Agates, Thundereggs and Other Nodular Structures. Signed Limited Hardcover Edition, FINE. 1/500

By Shaub, Benjamine M.

Signed and inscribed to a friend on the title page. Book in fine condition. 106 color illustrated pages. . About Fine.

$125.00

The University of New Mexico Bulletin - Navajo Eschatology . First Ptg., 1942.

By Leland Wyman

1942 University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 1942. Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. 1st. 48pp. UNM Bulletin Whole Number 377, Anthropological Series, Vol.4, No.1, May 1, 1942 Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$22.50

The Geological Structure of the Housatonic Valley Lying East of Mount Washington. Original Printing, 1893 with Author Signed Paper.

By Hobbs

'With the Conpliments of William Herbert Hobbs" signed paper slip, Madison, Wis., U.S.A. Bound in fragile wraps now disbound and severly edge-chipped. pps 780 - 802 with 2 plates and a colored map, several black-line figures. Scarce in this signed state. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$85.00

Introduction To Optical Mineralogy And Petrography - First Hardcover Edition, 1916.

By Edwards, M. G. (Instructor of Geology and Mineralogy, Case School)

Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.: The Author, 1916 Introduction To Optical Mineralogy And Petrography - First Hardcover Edition, 1916. 197 pages. A true first edition signed with a lengthy gift inscription to the authors 'Bro' (Brother) and wis wife. Green cloth, black titles. . Near Fine. Illus. by Assorted B&W drawings & Illustrations.

$365.00

Mineral Deposits in Renfrew County and Vicinty Memoir 195 No 2419 . Original Printing, 1936.

By Freeman, B. C.

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Canada Department of Mines , 1936 34 pages in large gray wrappers, large fold-out map. .

$15.00

$12.00

Fluorspar in Ontario, Industrial Mineral Report No. 12. 1964

By Guillet, G. R.

Toronto, F. Fogg, printer to the Queen, 1964. 68 illustrated pages, 3 charts in rear pocket. Scarce. . Near Fine.

$65.00

Gold Links Tailings: Some Bits of Colorado History . 1978 - 1980. First Printing.

By Morse, A. Reynolds

1992 Albert Reynolds Morse, Chagrin Falls, OH, 1992. Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. 130 illustrated pages.. "As published in Gunnison County Times Gunnison, Colorado from Monday, November 20, 1978 through Thursday, July 17, 1980. Privately Printed and Published by the Grandson of Albert Eugene Reynolds" illus. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. . Near Fine. Bagged for Preservation.

$52.00

NEW HAMPSHIRE GEOLOGY MAP: Geologic Map of New Hampshire by Marland P Billings prepared cooperatively by the New Hampshire Planning and Development Commission, the division of Geological Sciences Harvard University and the US Geological Survey 1955

By Marland P. Billings

Geologic map of New Hampshire by old by Marland P billings prepared cooperatively by the New Hampshire planning and development commission, the division of geological sciences Harvard University and the US geological survey. Scale 1 to 250,000. 1955. The most complete and comprehensive geologic map of New Hampshire likely to have ever been produced For public consumption. Very large and colorful at 42 1/4 inches wide by 53 inches tall. As new fine with publishers folds. Photos available..

$125.00

MAP OF THE GEOLOGY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE: Surfacial geology of New Hampshire. James Walter Goldthwaite memorial edition. 1950

By James Walter Goldthwaite: assisted By; R.P. Goldthwaite, L. Goldthwaite, R.J. Lougee, T.R. Myers, L R. Page, G.W. White, and others.

Surfacial geology of New Hampshire. James Walter Goldthwaite memorial edition. Geology by James Walter Goldthwaite, Data from the New Hampshire state highway department and the New Hampshire state planning and development commission. Prepared and published by the New Hampshire state planning and development commission. Topographic data from United States geological survey maps and from aerial photographs. Scale 1 to 250,000 intervals color every 100 feet, 1950. This is a wonderfully colorful and quite large map of New Hampshire geology. Bright reds yellows blues and greens on a background of flesh tone pinkish color exhibiting much data And Surface detailing. 29 inches wide by 53 1/2 inches tall. The legend is divided into five major groups; stratified sand and silt, stratified gravel and Sandy gravel deposits, Boulder trains and areas of Glacial Boulder dispersion, ground moraine, and drumlins. A wonderful large, bright and clean framable map. As new, fine with publishers folds..

$95.00

Frost and Fire : Natural Engines Tool-marks and Chips with Sketches Taken At Home and Abroad. Volume II Only, 1865.

By A Traveller

518 pages, map and illustrations. Near Fine, blue/purple cloth, gilt/embossed cover. Quite interesting. .

$18.00

NEW HAMPSHIRE GEOLOGY MAP: Geologic Map of New Hampshire by Marland P Billings prepared cooperatively by the New Hampshire Planning and Development Commission, the division of Geological Sciences Harvard University and the US Geological Survey 1955

By Marland P. Billings

Geologic map of New Hampshire by old by Marland P billings prepared cooperatively by the New Hampshire planning and development commission, the division of geological sciences Harvard University and the US geological survey. Scale 1 to 250,000. 1955. The most complete and comprehensive geologic map of New Hampshire likely to have ever been produced For public consumption. Very large and colorful at 42 1/4 inches wide by 53 inches tall. As new fine with publishers folds. Photos available..

$125.00

Determinative minerology Record of Mineral Tests. 1916 Blanks Arraged By Penfield and Ford

By Penfield and Ford

1916 Near Fine, Book of Mineral Record blanks and note pages. Over 100 years old, unused. App. 120 pages. . Bagged for Posterity & Preserv.

$15.00

The Geology of New Hampshire in 3 Parts (Books) , 1, 2, 3; Superficial, Bedrock, Minerals and Mines.

By Goldthwait, James Walter Lawrence, Richard Parker, Marland Billings, T. R. Myers, & Glenn W. Stewart

All 3 books in this series and difficult to locate thus. Part 1 is a 1969 (4th) printing, with the very large and colorful state geological map dated 1950. Apparently it was not revised up till then at least. Bright and clean with no signs of wear, an excellent candidate for framing. The other 2 volumes are both dated 1956 and are complete with similar maps. The Mines map is rather small and uninteresting when compared next to the others which remain quite bright. The Map from Part 2 in the rear pocket (Geological Map of New Hampshire) is even larger than the first, measuring approximately 41" wide by 54" tall is visually stunning with bright colors and details. It was likely never unfolded till now for photos. A great set of NH Geology. Not nearly as complete as the Hitchcock set but it is more up-to-date with larger maps in colors, at a fraction the cost of that Atlas! A Near Fine Set of all 3 books. . Near Fine. Bagged for Preservation.

$115.00

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