Newton’s College Notebook


There are very few notebooks left, so do take this opportunity!

In stock



This small notebook was probably used by Newton from about 1664 to 1665. It contains notes from his reading on mathematics and geometry, showing particularly the influence of John Wallis and René Descartes. It also provides evidence of the development of Newton’s own mathematical thinking, including his study of infinite series and development of binomial theorem, the evolution of the differential calculus, and its application to the problem of quadratures and integration.

More info and images from Cambridge Library:

We made a facsimile version; meaning all interior pages will be as per the original (as you can see in the photos).

You may also like…

  • Decomposition of Light

    Add to cart
  • Marie Curie’s thesis

    Add to cart
  • Euclid’s Elements. Completing Oliver Byrne’s work

    Add to cart
  • Apollo Translunar Trajectory Plotting Chart

    Add to cart