Frankfort: Fleischeriana, 1756. Mutinensibus Medicis Perperam Objecto a Clarissimo Quondam Viro Bernardino Ramazzino. 200pp., square 8vo, old red boards (well worn), uncut edges. Ex-library with some stains in top margin. Francofurti et Lipsiae: Fleischeriana, 1756. Very good. Scarce. OCLC lists only 2 copies.
Large folding "Fever-Tree" copperplate. lxiv, 496pp. Square 4to, leather backed boards; worn, front hinge cracked. Francofurti et Lipsiae, 1756. Bound with: Responsiones Jatro-Apologeticae ad Criticam Dissertationem Abusu Chinae.... "Important treatise on the pernicious malarial fevers, which brought about the employment of cinchona bark into Italian practice and introduced the term malaria." -- Garrison. GM 5231. Waring 343. Hirsch V, 704.
Washington, D.C. US War Department, 1943. Original double-sided poster. Offset lithograph in both color and black and white. 35" x 47 3/4". Newsmap was a weekly educational and propaganda poster published by the US War Department during and immediately after World War II. It ran in four volumes from April 1942 to March 1946, after which an additional eight issues were published. Newsmaps were not issued for general distribution, the posters were distributed to military installations as well as government...