Norwalk, Connecticut: The Easton Press, 2000.
Collector's Edition. Bound in Genuine Leather. Translated into English by Andrew Motte in 1729; The translations revised, and supplied with an historical and explanatory appendix, by Florian Cajori; Introduction by Richard S. Westfall (1991); Editor's Note to the Present Revision by R. T. Crawford (1934); Ode Dedicated to Newton by Edmund Halley; Newton's Preface to the First Edition (1686); Newton's Preface to the Second Edition (1713); Preface by Roger Cotes to the Second Edition (1713); Newton's Preface to the Third Edition (1725-26).
Newton’s classic work defining the principles of time, force and motion in mathematical terms, and enduring as the core of modern physics.Item #901300
6-3/16 x 9-9/16", gilt titled and decorated red full leather, xli, 680pp, raised spine bands, all edges gilt, moire endpapers, ribbon marker, frontis. portrait, appendix including notes, historical and explanatory, prepared by the reviser (Florian Cajori).
A very fine, bright copy.