Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1931. With primarily b/w images throughout. 596 pages. Thick, narrow 4to, red cloth. Philadelphia: Lippincott, [1931?]. A very good(-) copy--sunned spine, light rubbing to edges, ex-library ink stamps to pastedowns, some creasing to preliminary pages; several pages with neat ink underlining. Inscribed in pencil by Cheatle on fly.
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Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1920. Translated and edited by Mortimer Frank... with a biographical sketch and 2 additional sections by F.H. Garrison & E.C. Streeter. Numerous black & white illustrations. Tall 8vo, green cloth; cloth lightly worn. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1920). A very good copy. "Classical work, including a valuable bibliography. English translation in 1920 is enriched by a chapter on anatomical illustration since Choulant, by Garrison." Garrison-Morton 440.
Boston: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, 1990. Illustrated with black and white photographs. 213 pages. 8vo, red boards, dust wrapper. Boston: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, (1990). Page edges and wrapper foxed-- a very good copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Edited and annotated by J. Gordon Scannell. An account of Dr. Churchill's Moseley Traveling Fellowship, 1926-1927, taken from his unpublished memoirs.
Malabar: Krieger Publishing Company, 1992. A few black and white illustrations. 481 pages. 8vo, red boards with silver vignette, dust wrapper. Malabar: Krieger Publishing Company, (1992). A very good copy, foxing on endpapers and page edges, small stain on lower corner of some pages, otherwise internally clean, in a very good(-) dust wrapper, spine sunned. Edited with introduction, commentaries and notes by Alvin E. Rodin and Jack D. Key.
Baltimore: Williams & Witkins Co., 1948. Illustrated with a handful of b/w diagrams. 355 pages. 8vo, black cloth. Baltimore: Williams & Witkins Co., 1948. A very good solid copy--minor sunning and staining to spine, some foxing to first several pages; black sharpie covering previous owner's signature on front endpaper.
New York: Rockefeller Institute Press, 1964. Frontis and other b/w photos. 635 pages. Large, thick 8vo, burgundy cloth. New York: Rockefeller Institute Press, 1964. A very good(-) ex-library copy--foxing to outer edges, scuffing to rear pastedown from removed bookplate, sign of removed stamp to lower spine and removed labels at rear.
London: Joannis Chantry, 1706. 2 copper engravings. 188 pages + 3 pages of advertisements. Slim 12mo, neatly recased in beige leather, gilt lettered spine, original blind stamped covers, corners rubbed, back cover worn, small brown stain on margin of first 5 leaves not affecting the text. London: Joannis Chantry, 1706. First Edition. Very good. Scarce.
Chicago: Halsey Bros. Co., 1898. Illustrated with b/w diagrams throughout. 134 pages. Slim 8vo, red cloth. Chicago: Halsey Bros. Co., 1898. Reprint. A very good copy--some spotting to front cloth, rubbing to spine ends and corners; ownership signature on front endpaper, blurb about therapeutic use of olive oil pasted at rear.