Paris: Chez Crochard, 1820. 17pp., IN: Annales de Chemie et de Physique, vol. 13, pp. 384-410. 8vo, orignal boards; corners bumped. Paris: Chez Crochard, 1820. First Edition in French. Offered entire. Very good (+). Amici constructed the first microscope with achromatic lenses and suggested water-immersion for improved achromatic lenses of the compound microscope. French translation. GM 266.
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Roche: Bausch & Lomb, 1929. Many illustrations. xiii + 318 pages, 8vo, decorative, patterned cloth. Rochester: Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., (1929). Minor dampstaining at top margins of some pages & neat ownership signatures inside front cover and front free endpaper. Overall a very good copy.
Rochester: Bausch & Lomb, 1897. Illustrated. 200 pages, thin 12mo, cloth; spine faded and a bit spotty. Rochester: The Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 1897. Third edition. A very good copy.
New York: Carl Zeiss, 1927. Interesting illustratations. 109 pages, thin 8vo, blue cloth, a bit edgeworn. New York: Carl Zeiss, 1927. A very good copy.
Berlin: Paul Parey, 19927. Dritte, neubearbeitete Auflage. 222 plates with 1453 illustrations, 2 vols. 4to, buckram (cover of vol. I slightly stained). Berlin: Paul Parey, 1927. Very good (+). Excellent illustrations of observed molds, bacteria, etc.
New York: Scribner, 1971. Proteins, Vitamins, and Hormones Seen Through the Microscope. Illustrated wioth color photographs. Slim small 4to, blue cloth, d.w. New York: Scribner, (1971). First Edition. A good copy in a slightly worn dust jacket.
Jena: Carl Zeiss, 1926. Illustrated. 107 pages, thin 8vo, tan cloth-backed printed boards; corners a bit bumped, boards dust soiled. Jena: Carl Zeiss, 1926. A very good copy.