New York: Hoeber, 1929. Prefatory essay by Le Roy Crummer, and with a reprint of Heberden's "Some Account of a Disorder of the Breast". Photogravure frontispiece portrait and 6 other plates; some other in-text illustrations. 159pp. Thin 8vo, cloth-backed boards with paper label; board slipcase (broken). New York: Paul B. Hoeber, 1929. Limited first edition. A near fine copy in a good box. Number 89 of 230 copies, printed on Kelmscott hand-made paper, with illustrations on Japanese vellum, and signed.....
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8 pages (pp. 407-414) IN: Virchows Archiv fur Pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie, vol. 56, funfte folge sechsten bandes drittes heft. 8vo, original green printed wrappers. Berlin, 1872. First Edition. Whole number offered entire. Heiberg suggested the microbic nature of endocarditis. He described what appeared to him to be the mycelia of Leptothrix in the vegetations of a case of ulcerative endocarditis. GM 2774.
Berlin: Hirschwald, 1874. 3 pages (pp. 622, 641-643) IN: Berliner Klinische Wochenscrift, vol. 11, nos. 49-51. Tall slim 4to, modern wrappers. Berlin: Hirschwald, 1874. First Edition. Three whole numbers offered entire. "Henoch's purpura." Henoch described a form of purpura with abdominal symptoms first mentioned by Heberden. GM 3065.
Birmingham: Classics of Cardiology, 1986. 612pp + folding reference table. 8vo, gilt-decorated green leather. Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Cardiology Library, 1986. Facsimile of the 1832 first edition. "Hope did much to advance the knowledge of heart murmurs, valvular disease, and aneurysm..." GM 2747.
Paris: Brosson & Chaude, 1819. 2 volumes. Illustrated at the end of the first volume with 4 folding engraved plates (2 of the plates have been divided, making the work appear to have six plates). , viii-xlviii, 456, ; xvi, 472pp. Bound in old calf-backed patterned boards; gilt and blind-tooled spines; marbled page edges. Paris: Brosson et Chaude, 1819. First edition. Near fine. Of the greatest rarity. This classic work, by "one of the greatest physicians of all times" announces.....
St. Louis: 1941. Tables. 13 pages (pp. 925-937) FROM: American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Vol. 42. 8vo, modern wrappers. St. Louis, 1941. Erythroblastosis foetalis due to rhesus incompatibility between mother and child. With L. Burnham, E.M. Katzin, and P. Vogel. GM 3100. Dec. issue entire.