U.S. Geological Survey, 1915. 154 fine lithographic plates, some folding and with captions. Monograph series 2. 4to, plain library wrappers; (spine unglued, spine label torn, corners a bit bumped, previous owner's name stamp). N.p.: U.S. Geological Survey/American Museum of Natural History, 1915. Internally near fine.
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Paris: Delaquette, 1749. 216pp., index. 12mo, some foxing, contemporary calf, chipped spine. Paris: Delaguette, 1749. Very good Scarce. A treatise on dissecting muscles in a human body by the French anatomist who gave the first scientific account of the structure, function and diseases of the ear (see GM 1545). Blake 130. Not in Wellcome or Osler.
Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1961. Translation and Introductory Essay by C.D. O'Malley and K.F. Russell. 64 pages. Thin 8vo, cloth, d.w.; lightly dust soiled and chipped at spine ends and lower front corner. Stanford University Press, 1961. A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper A facsimile reproduction with English translation and an introductory essay on anatomical studies in Tudor England by C.D. O'Malley and K.F. Russell.
Cambridgeshire: Medicina Rara, 1970. Beautifully illustrated throughout with large plates. Tall folio, 1/4 brown calf; board slipcase. Cambridgeshire: Editions Medicina Rara, circa 1970. A facsimile reprint of the London 1723 edition, printed for the members of the Editions Medicina Rara. A fine copy in a very good(+) slipcase Number 357 of 2500 numbered copies.
Madrid: Imp. De Cosano, 1926. With a biobibliograpy by Dr. Enrique Salcedo Y Ginestal. 2 volumes. Frontis. 406 and 267 pages, 12mo, flexible printed white cloth; printed on wood-pulp paper, unopened, ownership signature front free endpaper, covers soiled. Madrid: Impreenta y Encuadernacion de Julio Cosano, 1926 & 27. A very good(-) pair. Biblioteca Clasica de la Medicina Espanola, Vol. VI.
Philadelphia: Auner, 1839. Illustarted with 12 fine colored lithographic plates. Large 4to, contemporary half morocco; foxed, worn, front cover detached. Philadelphia, 1839. Internally very good. Goddard (1811-1866) was demonstrator of anatomy at the University of Pennsylvania, and the preceptor of Joseph Leidy.
Los Angeles: Gordon Publications, 1936. 212 pages. 8vo, brown leatherette with gilt-stamped hourglass design on cover. [Los Angeles]: Gordon Publications, 1936. Fifth edition. Some light scattered foxing, still a very good copy of this scarce title - number 19 of an undisclosed print run, signed by the author.
Los Angeles: Gordon Publications, 1936. 176 pages, followed by 11 pages of charts and blank tables. 8vo, brown leatherette with gilt-stamped hourglass design on cover. [Los Angeles]: Gordon Publications, 1936. First edition. A very good copy of this scarce title - number 30 of an undisclosed print run.