Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1980. Three folding plates at rear. xx + 536 pages, thick 8vo, gilt-stamped olive-green leather, a.e.g.; a few small scuff marks to binding and very light spotting to gilt edges. Birmingham: Classics of Medicine Library, (1980).Near fine. Facsimile of the London, 1806 edition.
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Venice: Martiniere, 1811. 3 folding copper plates, viii, 304pp., 12mo, brown boards; (lacks portrait). Venezia, Martini, 1811. Very good. The author of this first ophthalmological book published in Italy was a physician of remarkable scope and talent, responsible for 10 Garrison-Morton classics, of which the above is one. This edition (first published in Pavia in 1801) is illustrated with 23 figures on 3 large engraved folding plates, drawn by the author. Waller (1801 ed.). Fine copy.