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Paris: Panckoucke, 1814. 8 volumes bound in 4. Illustrated with 420 exquisitely hand-colored plates + 1 duplicate + 2 folding black & white plates of plants, vegetables and herbs, done in the Redoute style of stipple-engraving by Turpin and Anne-Ernestine Panckoucke (pupil of van Spaendonck and Redoute, and wife of the publisher of Flore Medicale). Most plates have the original tissue quards; very light foxing overall. Tall thick 8vo, older 1/2 crimson morocco over marbled boards, some hinges weak. Paris...
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1920. Translated and edited by Mortimer Frank... with a biographical sketch and 2 additional sections by F.H. Garrison & E.C. Streeter. Numerous black & white illustrations. Tall 8vo, green cloth; cloth lightly worn. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1920). A very good copy. "Classical work, including a valuable bibliography. English translation in 1920 is enriched by a chapter on anatomical illustration since Choulant, by Garrison." Garrison-Morton 440.
London: Joannis Chantry, 1706. 2 copper engravings. 188 pages + 3 pages of advertisements. Slim 12mo, neatly recased in beige leather, gilt lettered spine, original blind stamped covers, corners rubbed, back cover worn, small brown stain on margin of first 5 leaves not affecting the text. London: Joannis Chantry, 1706. First Edition. Very good. Scarce.
Berlin: August Hirschwald, 1904. xii, 776 pages. Thick 8vo, bound in simple red cloth with gilt-lettered spine. A work consisting of 38 reports published between 1899 and 1904, many of which were co-authored with Julius Morgenroth and Hans Sachs. Berlin: August Hirschwald, 1904. First edition. A near fine copy. Ehrlich would later share a Nobel prize for physiology and medicine with Elie Mechnikov in 1908 for his work on immunology. -- GM 2559; Heirs of Hippocrates 2158.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1980. Translated by Elborg Forster and Patricia M. Ranum. 176pp. Slim 8vo, red printed boards. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, (1980). Small markings on cover, otherwise a fine copy. Volume 6. Includes work by Jean-Pierre Goubert, Jacques Leonard, Marie-France Morel, Daniel Roche, Arlette Farge, Muriel Joerger, and Mireille Laget.