by Edmund Neison. Published by Longmans, Green and Co., London, 1876.
576 pgs, 22 maps. No missing pages or maps. Pages clean, no stains or mildew. Original cover split along the two outside creases, but intact. Binding weakened but quite usable.
Very rare, classic lunar work of the 19th Century. Presents a wealth of fascinating historical material for lunar observers. The text is often based on Beer and Maedler's, Der Mond, but translated and supplemented with the author's own extensive observations. Probably the most important selenographic work of the period in English.
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