New York: 1935. 5 single-sided, folded vellum sheets with lovely hand-colored illuminations and typography, followed by the signatures. Thin 8vo. New York, 1935. First Edition. A finely preserved piece of unique ephemera with striking calligraphy. "Einhorn is the inventor of many new instruments and pieces of aparatus which have become well known throughout the medical world, such as the fermentation saccharometer, the stomach-bucket, the gastro-diaphane, the deglutitive stomach electrode, the stomach spray apparatus, the gastrograph, etc." -Herman Rosenthal.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1989. Two Volumes. 372pp. and 172pp., large 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, (1989). A near fine copy in a very good (+) dust wrapper. Volume I: A Centennial History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins. Volume II: A Pictorial History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins.
London: John Boydell. Engraving in two parts. Joined sheet measures 54" x 20". This circa 1770 perspective view by Thomas Lawranson shows the Royal Hospital of Greenwich in London. The view, in two sheets, shows the elegant building of the Royal Hospital (now the Old Royal Naval College) in Palladian style architecture. Several figures are seen within the large central court and the grounds, including men, women, and wounded men on crutches. In the foreground a boat is pulling up...
New York: Privately Printed, 1888. Includes index and numerous engraved plates and portraits, among them of the author, Dr. Francis and Dr. Mott. Tall 8vo, original black cloth (spine faded and ends neatly repaired; ex-library copy with various stamps on endpapers and title, but otherwise clean). New York, Privately printed, 1888. First edition. A very good(-) copy of this uncommon book.