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Calendar
A COLLECTION OF 6 VOLUMES, COMPRISING:
i. Littrow, Joseph Johann von (1781-1840). Calendariographie oder Anleitung alle Arten Kalender zu verfertigen. Vienna: J. G. Heubner, 1828. 8vo, later green buckram, (Library of Congress, duplicate stamp; bought from Elgen Books, Rockville Centre, NY, 1996), [T&W L118], minor browning
ii. De Morgan, Augustus (1806-1871). The book of almanacs. London: Taylor, Walton and Maberly, 1851. Oblong 8vo, title in red and black, errata slip tipped in before preface, cloth-backed boards, gilt, (Alexander Evans, signature on title page; Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, bookplate; bought from Thompson, 1998), [T&W D32], minor spotting and browning
iii. Lee, Noah. The true Christian calendar, with an explanation of patriarchal, Mosaic, Julian and Gregorian calendars, and rules for arriving at many interesting and curious results; with various useful facts for the million. New York: J. R. & G. G. Stebbins, 1879. 8vo, blue wrappers, [T&W L52], minor creasing to wrappers
iv. Goodykoontz, Jasper. Goodykoontz's perpetual calendar and general reference manual. New York: J. Goodykoontz, 1892. Small 4to, portrait frontispiece, cloth-backed boards, [T&W G64], soiling to boards, bumped 
v. Regiomontanus, Johannes. Der deutsche Kalendar des Johannes Regiomontan. Nürnberg, um 1474. Leipzig: Otto Harrassowitz, 1937. 8vo, 3 printed plates, 1 with volvelle, cloth-backed boards, [T&W R55]
vi. Wijk, Walter Emile van (1887-1961). Decimal tables for the reduction of Hindu dates from the data of the Sürya-siddhänta. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1938. 8vo, portrait frontispiece, titlepage and front cover printed in black and red, 1 folding plate, 3 tables (2 folding), uncut, (bought from Scientia, Arlington, MA, 1999), [T&W W60]
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