Trying to free up some shelfspace and slightly reduce my investment in astro-stuff! Here's what I've got:
Jean Texereau--How to Make a Telescope: Classic and fascinating book, largely devoted to grinding high quality mirrors. This is the paperback edition and is in very good condition. Priced at $11 plus $2 shipping in CONUS.
William Sheehan--Planets and Perception: Another fascinating book that goes into the psychology of observing, and why many talented observers were fooled into seeing "canals" and other visual artifacts in their planetary images. Very good condition. Priced at $10 plus $4 shipping.
John T. Wasson--Meteorites: Their Record of Early Solar-System History: Covers everything from early records of meteor falls to differentiating different types of meteors, ages and most interestingly, origins. Good condition. Priced at $7 plus $3 shipping.
Clear skies and happy reading!