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‎BERRY, JEAN DUC DE - MARCEL THOMAS (EDT.)‎

Reference : 52278

(1971)

‎Les Grandes Heures de Jean Duc de Berry. Bibliotheque Nationale Paris. Introduction and Legends by Marcel Thomas.‎

‎London, Tames and Hudson, (1971). Folio. Orig. full cloth, gilt in orig. slipcase. A fine full colour facsimile of the manuscript with commentaries.‎


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‎BERRY, M.V. (MICHAEL VICTOR) - THE DISCOVERY OF THE "BERRY-PHASE"‎

Reference : 47169

(1984)

‎Quantal phase factors accompanying adiabatic changes.‎

‎London, Royal Society, 1984. Royal8vo. Full buckram, gilt lettering to spine.In: "Proceedings of the Royal Society of London", Series A, vol. 392. IV,478 pp. (Entire volume offered). Berry's paper: pp. 45-57. Clean and fine.‎


‎First printing of the paper in which Berry describes his discovery of the "Berry phase", a unifying concept in quantum mechanics."In 1983, Berry made the surprising discovery that a quantum system adiabatically transported round a closed circuit in the space of external parameters acquires, besides the familiar dynamical phase, a non-integrable phase depending only on the geometry of the circuit. This Berry phase, which had been overlooked for more than half a century, provides us a very deep insight on the geometric structure of quantum mechanics and gives rise to various observable effects. The concept of the Berry phase has now become a central unifying concept in quantum mechanics, with applications in fields ranging from chemistry to condensed matter physics. In particular, the Berry phase plays an important role in modern magnetism, an allows to reach a deeper understanding of a broad range of phenomena such as the spin-orbit coupling, the Aharonov-Bohm effect, the quantum Hall effect, the anomalous Hall effect, the magnon dynamics, the tunneling of magnetization in molecular magnets, etc. Further, in the light of the Berry phase, a number of new phenomena can be predicted in ferromagnets with a textured magnetization or in semiconductors with spin-orbit coupling." (Patrick Bruno).‎

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‎BERRY, R.J. a. J.L. JOHNSTON.‎

Reference : 12424

(1980)

‎The Natural History of Shetland.‎

‎London, (1980). Orig. full cloth. Part of wrappers pasted in. 380 pp., 24 plates, partly in colour, textillustr.‎


‎First edition.‎

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‎DANMARKSKORT - WILLIAM BERRY.‎

Reference : 47354

(1689)

‎The Kingdom of Denmark subdivided into its Principall Provinces.‎

‎London, William Berry, (1689). 56x87 cm. Large engraved map of Denmark in original outline colouring. Perhaps the largest engraved map of Denmark from the 17th century.‎


‎Berry is sometimes called the English Sanson as he copied Sanson's maps and his followers Jaillot, Seller and Senex. This scarce map is a copy of Jaillot's map from 1674 in spite of the printed information "Described by Sanson, corrected and amended by William Berry." The large map shows "Schonen, Blecking, Halland, Dukedom of Sleswick and the Diocess of Holstein." Bramsen p. 11 (kartoushen) and p. 120.‎

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‎DENMARK - WILLIAM BERRY.‎

Reference : 42652

(1689)

‎The Kingdom of Denmark subdivided into its Principall Provinces.‎

‎London, William Berry, (1689). Ca 58x88 cm. Frame and under plexiglass. Large engraved map of Denmark in contemp.outline colouring. Perhaps the largest engraved map of Denmark from the 17th century.‎


‎Berry is sometimes called the English Sanson as he copied Sanson's maps and his followers Jaillot, Seller and Senex. This scarce map is a copy of Jaillot's map from 1674 in spite of the printed information "Described by Sanson, corrected and amended by William Berry." The large map shows "Schonen, Blecking, Halland, Dukedom of Sleswick and the Diocess of Holstein." - Bramsen p. 11 (cartouschen) a. p. 120.‎

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DKK6,500.00 (€871.79 )
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