Honeywell, 1964. Illustrated. Tall, thin 4to, printed wrappers; covers edgeworn. Printed by Lund Press for Honeywell, (1964). A very good copy. Facsimile reprint of A. A. Michelson's handwritten notebook describing his experiment that determined the speed of light. Present is the printed biographical and explanatory insert.
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Paris: Floury, 1937. Introduction par Jean de Bourgoing. 42 mounted facsimiles, letters, documents, engravings, etc. 41 pages. Small folio, flexible boards with decorative wrappers; covers lightly worn, with some cracking at upper and lower hinges. Paris, 1937. Internally fine, with worn covers, a very good copy. One of 1000 numbered copies. Splendidly reproduced mounted facsimiles of letters, signed documents, broadsides, contemporary prints, etc., relating to the tragic and romantic son of Napoleon.
Pound Ridge: Milford House, 1968. Translated from the Latin by Thomas Johnson. Many text illustrations. 1173 pages plus index, thick folio, brown cloth (light stain at foot of front cover, else clean). Pound Ridge: Milford House, 1968. A near fine copy. Facsimile of the London, 1634 First English edition.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1982. A Facsimile of the First Russian Edition of 1897 together with the First English Translation of 1902 by W.H. Thompson. Two volumes in one. Frontis., 223pp. + ads and x + 196pp., 8vo, gilt-decorated pale pink full leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Medicine, 1982. A fine copy. The separately printed editor's notes are present. "Pavlov made perhaps the greatest contribution to our knowledge of the physiology of digestion. Especially notable was his method of.....
Paris: Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs, 1980. 203 pages. Tall narrow 8vo, pictorial wrappers. Printed throughout in blue, but without pictures save the covers. Paris: Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs, 1980. A facsimile of the 1896 original. Near fine. Limited edition -- numbver 977 of 1000 copies.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1987. Translated by William Alexander Greenhill. 212 pages, 8vo, gilt-decorated full leather, a.e.g. Birminigham: Classics of Medicine Library, (1987). A fine copy. "The first medical description of smallpox was written by Rhazes, about the year 910." GM 5404. Facsimile of the London, 1848 edition.
New York: Johnson Repritn Corporation, 1977. Translated by Anders Sparrman, biographical assesment by Bo Valquist and introduction by Torgny T. Segerstedt. xv + 43pp. Facsimile is 364pp. index, 8vo, brown cloth. New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1977. Very Good (+). First reprinting of the 1776 English translation from the Swedish editon of 1771 printed in Uppsala.
New York: Maurizio Martino, 1990. Two volumes in one. Volume I: Frontis plus 48 black & white plates following the text. xii + 471pp. Volume II: 494pp.. followed by 55 plates. Very thick 8vo, cloth. New York: Maurizio Martino Publisher, 1990. Limited edition of 400 copies. A near fine copy Facsimile reprint of the 1955 first edition.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1980. Three folding plates at rear. xx + 536 pages, thick 8vo, gilt-stamped olive-green leather, a.e.g.; a few small scuff marks to binding and very light spotting to gilt edges. Birmingham: Classics of Medicine Library, (1980).Near fine. Facsimile of the London, 1806 edition.
Unterschneidheim: Walter Uhl, 1971. Illustrated with 100 full-page reproductions of city views, mostly European. 102 pages. Slim oblong 4to, yellow cloth with black-lettered "Schenk Stadtebilder." Unterschneidheim: Walter Uhl, 1971. Facsimile reprint of this work which was originally published in 1702. A very good(+) clean copy. 18th-century views of the trading empire including views of 65 western cities from Amsterdam to Uppsala and including 10 views of important cities on the American coast, such as Acapulco, New York, Havana, Cartagena, and.....