Boston: Countway Library, 1985. Translated by Joan Bond Sax. Historical Introduction by Robert M. Goldwyn. 87p., leather backed patterned boards. Boston: Countway Library of Medicine, 1985. Limited Edition. One of 325 copies printed at the Bird & Bull Press. Garrison-Morton 5730 (1st edition, 1804).
London: Seeley, Service, 1929. Illustrated with over 90 photographic plates. 288pp. Tall thick 8vo, full red morocco, untrimmed edges, partially unopened pages (a bit edgeworn; front joint dry and starting). London: Seeley, Service, 1929. A very good copy, internally fine. The Lonsdale Library of Sports, Games & Pastimes. One of only 360 numbered copies signed by the author. The colored frontispiece is signed by the artist, Lionel Edwards.
Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot, 1841. Folding frontispiece, plus three folding plates, other in-text illustrations. xiv + 224 pages plus ads. 8vo, full leather (lightly worn, hinges mended; early ink inscription front free endpaper; scattered foxing throughout). Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot, 1841. A very good copy.
Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1792. , v, 130  pages. 8vo, marbled boards. [Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1792]. First Edition. Austin 1247. Evans 24534. Dedicated to Benjamin Rush, expressing support of Rush's theories, and to Andrew Mease. This thesis was considered important enough to be republished in London in 1793, sponsored by Dr. Lettsom.
Paris: Albin Michel, 1977. 8 volumes. Short thick folios, publisher's brown leather; matching slipcase. (Paris: Albin Michel/Laffont/Tchou, 1977-1980). Three of the slipcases are a bit soiled, but the books themselves are very near fine and clean. Each volume has a bronze portrait medallion on the front cover representing a famous doctor in history.
Perugia: Division of Cancer Reseaerch, 1966. Preface by Harold Stewart and foreword by Leiv Kreyberg. 970pp. Thick 8vo, burgundy leatherette. Perugia: Division of Cancer Research, 1966. Near Fine. Proceedings of the Third Quadrennial Conference on Cancer: University of Perugia, June 24th - 29th, 1965.