Los Angeles: Gordon Publications, 1936. 176 pages, followed by figures, charts and general table of contents. 8vo, brown leatherette with gilt-stamped hourglass design on cover. [Los Angeles]: Gordon Publications, 1936. First edition. Some light scattered marginalia, still a very good copy of this scarce title - number 31 of an undisclosed print run, signed and inscribed by the author.
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Los Angeles: Gordon Publications, 1936. Numerous illustrations, including small mounted plates. 171 pages. 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 234 of an undisclosed print run, inscribed by the author.
Leipzig: Heidelberg, 1857. Bound with Lehre von den blutigen Operationen an den obern Extremitaten am menschlichen Korper. 2 vols. in 1, 75 lithographic plates, partly colored by C. Schmiedel, tall 4to, contemporary 1/2 cloth; worn, interior is fine. Leipzig und Heidelberg, 1857. First Edition of parts II and III (complete in themselves) of the author's "Lehre von den blutigen Operationen," seven parts of which were published between 1853 and 1866, without completing the work. It was issued with the collaboration.....
Leipzig: 1860. In Abbildungen mit erlauterndem texte. 27 lithographic plates, partly colored by C. Schmiedel, 4to, contemporary 1/2 cloth; worn, internally near fine. Leipzig and Heidelberg, 1860. First Edition. Another part of this comprehensive surgical work, which remained unfinished; this section is complete in itself and includes gynecological operations, hernias, operations on the genito- urinary parts, lithotomy, etc.
Lausanne: Bousquet, 1758. Folding table. 267pp. 12mo, Contemporary full calf. Lausanne: Marc-Mich. Bousquet, 1758. First Edition. Internally fine copy in worn but sound binding. A classic on the process of osteogenesis, and one of Haller's principal physiological works. In this work he points out that the formation of bones begins not from the periosteum but immediately from the soft cartilaginous tissues, from tissues which enter through the foramina nutritia, and from those tissues which surround the primordial nuclea of ossification.....
London: Du-Gardianis, 1651. (26), 1 blank, 301 pages + errata. Small 4to, contemporary vellum, wallet edges; small library stamps on page 1, title page. verso, and page 50. Londini: Typis Du-Gardianis; impensis Octaviani Pulleyn, 1651. First edition. A very good(+) copy with title page re-hinged, and unfortunately lacking the engraved frontispiece but the pages are rather clean aside from the 4 stamps. In this renowned collection of observations on embryology and generation Harvey formulated "the first fundamentally new theory of.....
Birmingham: Classics of Neurology, 1985. vi + 224 pages, 8vo, gilt-decorated grey leather, a.e.g.; leather bookplate with limitation number and owner's name inside front cover. Birmingham: The Classics of Neurology & Neurosurgery Library, (1985). A fine copy. Facsimile of the Philadelphia: P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 1892 edition.
1864. 9 colored lithographic plates, 1 folding. 40 pages. Large 4to, plain brown wrappers. Wien, 1864. The reticular network of birds and mammals. Hyrtl, one of the great anatomists of his age, developed his own system of injecting blood supplies, which enabled him to view even the finest ramifications. Garrison has called him one of the world's greatest medical scholars. Reprinted from vol. XXII of the Denkschriften der Mathematisch-Naturwissensch. Classe der Kaiser-lichen Akad. der Wiss. GM.