Grimm's Law: a study or hints towards an explanation of the so-called "Lautverschiebung" to which are added some remarks on the primitive Indo-European K and several appendices.
London and Strassburg: Trübner & Co, 1876. Ex-library, in green cloth hardback binding. The cloth has split to the front hinge, for the entire length, but as this is a surface split, the binding is holding well. There are the usual library stamps inside, plus a bookplate to the front which says it was donated to the library by the executors of the late W. J. Ashdown Esq. Overall an interesting, in generally good condition, and scarce. xvi, 231 pp. 230 x 145 mm (9 x 5¾ inches).