Birmingham: Classics of Surgery, 1987. Both titles filled with text illustrations. 69pp. and viii + 436pp., 8vo, full gilt-decorated leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Surgery Library, 1987. A fine copy. The separately printed editor's notes are present A facsimile of the New York, 1858 and London, 1866 editions.
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New York: De Cap, 1964. Edited by George P. Upton. New introduction by Leon Stein. Photo illustrated. 69 + 378pp. 8vo, fabricoid backed boarrds, d.w.; dust wrapper price clipped, some light chipping. New York: Da Capo Press, 1964. A very good (+) copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper. Facsimile of the 1905 edtion.
Leipzig: Insel Verlag, 1911. Illustrated throughout with woodcut vignettes and decorated initials. 130 leaves & 40 pages afterword by Edward Schroeder. 8vo, publisher's original brown pictorial boards with vellum spine. Leipzig: Insel Verlag & Munich: F. Bruckmann, . Limited edition - number 116 of 300 copies (400 total). A near fine copy of this scarce book. A facsimile edition of the only preserved 1515 original copy in the British Museum, London. "Eulenspiegel is a native of Brunswick whose picaresque career.....
London: John Hewett, 1980. 183 pages. 12mo, blue cloth. London: John Hewett, 1980. A fine copy of this uncommon facsimile reprint. "The earliest surviving account of the Tradescant collection was that recorded by Peter Mundy, who went to view some rarities at John Tradescans' while on home leave from the East India Company in 1634. It is clear from Mundy's account that the collection had already attained, by that point, an encyclopaedic scope, for he praised it as a site.....
Norwalk: Easton, 1990. A facsimile reprint of original 1874 edition -- a stage version of Twain's novel "The Gilded Age." Slim 4to, gilt-stamped navy blue cloth. Easton Press/Library of Congress, 1990. A fine copy, as new, still wrapped in the original tissue cover with un-opened gold seal and 4 page informational pamphlet. Volume 16 of the 20-volume series of facsimiles of classic works of Americana found in the collection of the Library of Congress.
Madrid: Camara Oficial del Libro de Madrid, 1934. 88 leaves. Illustrated throughout with 124 woodcuts in the Gothic text. A facsimile reprint of George Coci's 1531 Zaragoza edition. Short 4to, handsomely bound in publisher's leather-backed cloth. Madrid: Camara Oficial del Libro de Madrid, 1934. Limited edition -- one of 2000 numbered copies. Printed in commemoration of the Fiesta del Libro del Ano 1934.
Baiersbronn: Medicina Rara. Full page plates, some folding. xcv pp. Small folio, 1/2 brown calf over marbled boards, in board slipcase. (Baiersbronn, West Germany): for the members of the Editions Medicina Rara, (no date, circa 1970). A fine copy. Number 125 of 2500 numbered copies, printed by Druckerei Holzer, on rag paper made especially for this edition. Facsimile of the original 1517 Strasbourg edition. "Gersdorff performed nearly 200 amputations. He opposed Pare's abandonment of boiling oil for the cauterization of.....
Nordiska Museet, 1979. THREE VOLUMES. More than 1,000 black-and-white photo illustrations. 4to, blue cloth with silver-gilt lettering on spines; spines very slightly faded. Nordiska Museet, (1979). Internally fine, a near fine set. An exhaustive illustrated survey of Swedish furniture. Volume 1: 16th & 17th centuries. Volume 2: 18th century. Volume 3: 19th century.
London: A & C Black, 1928. Several illustrations. 246 pages. 12mo, un-lettered brown sheep, printed d.w. (well-worn and repaired with tape), board slipcase with paper labels. London: A. & C. Black, 1928. First edition thus. A fine copy in poor dust wrapper and very good slipcase. A facsimile of the 1653 first edition.
Birmingham: Classics of Neurology, 1984. xviii + 762 pages plus index, very thick 4to, gilt-decorated black leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: Classics of Neurology & Neurosurgery Library, (1984). Top edge gilt is a bit spotted, still a fine copy. Number 684 of 1,000 copies. Facsimile of the 1768 edition published by Whytt's son.
New York: Notable Trials, 1993. Introduction by Alan M. Dershowitz. 469 pages, 8vo, half leather over brown cloth, a.e.g. New York: The Notable Trials Library, (1993). A fine copy. Facsimile of the Boston, 1888 edition. Sarah Jane Robinson was an Irish-born American serial killer who poisoned at least people from 1881 to 1886.