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New York: Limited Editions Club, 1969. Introduction by Hanson W. Baldwin. Illustrations by Joseph Domjan. x + 211pp., 4to, illustrated cloth with black leather spine label, slipcase; two large chips to slipcase. New York: Limited Editions Club, 1969. A fine copy in a very good(-) solid slipcase. Number 1128 of 1500 copies signed by the artist.
Philadelphia: Saunders, 1915. Edited by Amy Rowland. Illustrated, 259pp. 8vo, green cloth. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1915. Second Edition. Very good (+). Detailed exposition of "his most important contribution to surgery" (Garrison) - the blocking of shock in operations by a combination of general and local anesthesia. The book is a culmination of brief articles written between 1899-1913. Scopolamine and morphine as employed by the authors played a great part in the surgery of the Western Front during the first World...
Philadelphia: Saunders, 1920. Edited by Amy Rowland. Illustrated. 272pp. Tall 8vo, green cloth. Philadelphia: Saunders, 1920. Very good. Second edition of "Anoci-Association" thoroughly revised and rewritten. Detailed exposition of "his most important contribution to surgery" (Garrison)- the blocking of shock in operations.
Lisbon: Sociedade Typographica Franco-Portugueza, 1862. Precedidos de um Juizo Critico pelo Sr. Jose Maria Latino Coelho. 574pp., illustrated in b/w with few charts, diagrams and plates, some folding; 1 folding map. 8vo, decoratively gilt green leather-backed speckled boards; (corners bumped and bottom of spine a little worn; light foxing, mostly at edges of plates). Lisboa: Sociedade Typographica Franco-Portugueza, 1862. Very good (+).
Amsterdam: Depens de la Compagnie, 1724. 2 volumes. Title pages printed in red & black with small engraved devices. Illustrated with 70 fascinating engraved plates depicting French military weapons, equipment, fortifications and formations through the ages. , 448; , 552pp. Short thick 4tos, handsomely bound in full contemporary calf with ornate gilt-stamped spines; marbled endpapers, red speckled edges. Amsterdam: Aux Depens de la Compagnie, 1724. Near fine.
Venice: 1641. Title page woodcut, 1054pp., thick 8vo, contemporary full calf, raised bands (part of front hinge and spine ends repaired). Venetia: (no publisher), 1641. Very good. This work describes the religious civil wars in France which occurred between the years 1559 and 1597. The first edition was published in Venice in.