This is quite an obscure question but one that I have been curious over for some time. My great-grandfather was a shipwright at the turn of the 20th century (1890s-1925) and family lore says that because of his good work he was presented with a book about Euclid's theorems.
My dad and I have never been able to find a copy and so we wondered if anyone knew of such a book.
All my great-grandfather apparently said about it was that "Yeah it is very good but it was all wrong". I am not too sure what he meant by this, maybe referring to the modern mathematics of the day on manifolds?