I'm not a math wizard, but I recently started reading through a few math books to prepare myself for some upcoming classes and I'm starting to really get into it. Then I noticed a few antique math books at a used bookstore and bought them thinking that, if nothing else, they would look cool on my bookshelf. But as it turns out, I enjoy both reading and collecting them. I find myself constantly browsing used book stores, thrift stores, antique stores ect. looking for the next book to add to my library.
So do you know of an antique book that you found interesting, helpful, or historically relevant?
(Just some insight- some of the books I have that I like are: The Laws of Thought by George Boole; Mathematical Methods of Statistics by Harald Cramer; and Introduction to Mathematical Analysis by F.L. Griffin. I've also enjoyed reading online about probablity, logic, and math history. But any area of mathematics is fine as I'm still discovering which areas interest me.)