Land des Verkäufers
McClure, Phillips & Co, New York, 1906
First edition, 8vo, pp. xv, , 293, ; 12 plates including frontis portrait; green cloth with design and text gilt on spine and upper cover; t.e.g.; blank presentation label on upper pastedown, bookplate on front free endpaper, largely unopened. Very good. The biography of the man credited with proving that yellow fever was transmited via mosquito. Artikel-Nr.: 47243.
The Natural History Society of Maryland, Baltimore, 1936
Softcover. First edition. 103pp. Teal wrappers with black printed title. Illustrated with color plates, black and white photographs. Small tear in spine, else a fine copy. Errata slip laid in. An uncommon title. Fine. Artikel-Nr.: 408038.
Classics of Surgery, New York, 1992
hardcover. Two volumes. Extensively illustrated. xvii + 563; xiii, 557pp. Tall thick 8vos, gilt-decoratedgreen leather, a.e.g. New York: Privately printed for The Classics of Surgery Library, 1992. A fine copy. Facsimile of the 1898 First edition. Reprint. fine. Artikel-Nr.: 210883.
Classics of Medicine, (1992)., Birmingham, AL:, 1992
Southworth, Troy, 1914
hardcover. Illustrations. 8vo, green cloth. Troy: The Southworth Co., 1914. First Edition. Fine. Delivered as a lecture before the Medical Historical Society of Chicago, 1910 and the Univ. of Nebraska, 1913. fine. Artikel-Nr.: 81010.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1898. 4to. Original full cloth. with minor fraying to spine tips and corners - near fine. XVII,563,XIII,557 pp., 24 lithographed plates and 590 illustration by Max BrÃ del and Hermann Becker. First edition. Both volumes first printing. Garrison-Morton 6108. One of the finest works in clinical medicine. Artikel-Nr.: 27897.
Charles C Thomas, Springfield, Illinois and Baltimore, Maryland, 1935
Hardcover. 23.5 x 15 cm. Octavo. 265 pages. Blue cloth in dust jacket. SIGNED and inscribed by one of the authors, Herbert Thoms, to previous owner. Previous owner's bookplate inside front cover. Corners of boards and dust jacket are bumped. Fading to spine of dust jacket. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Artikel-Nr.: 52585.
Milford House, Boston, 1971
The Norman, Remington Company, Baltimore, 1920
Hardcover. Small 4to. Green cloth with gilt spine lettering. xix, 1320pp. Very good. Mild bit of edgewear and small split on front inner hinge (not weakened); contemporary ownership signature on front flyleaf and on front pastedown name/address label of noted pediatric medicine professor and medical history scholar Ralph C. Gordon. A tight and nice first edition of this biographical dictionary, internally near fine and bright. Rather scarce. Artikel-Nr.: 34833.
W.B. Saunders and Company, Philadelphia and London, 1905
First edition. With 399 original illustrations, some in colors, and 3 lithographic plates. 827 pp. 1 vols. Thick 4to. Green cloth. Extremities rubbed, frontispiece loose. Inner hinges reinforced. Very Good. Blindstamp of Tufts College Medical School Library With 399 original illustrations, some in colors, and 3 lithographic plates. 827 pp. 1 vols. Thick 4to. First edition. Artikel-Nr.: 56810.
D. Appleton, 1928., New York:, 1928
W. B. Saunders, 1932., Philadelphia and London:, 1932
Rare original program from the fiftieth anniversary commemoration of the foundation of the John Hopkins Medical History Club. Octavo, original wrappers, illustrated with engravings and five tipped-in photographs, ribbon bound in. Housed in a custom chemise case. In fine condition. The John Hopkins Medical History Club was founded on November 10,1890 by Dr. William Osler, Dr. William H. Welch, Dr. Howard A. Kelly and a group of thirty Hopkins physicians. The club stimulated a great deal of interest in the history of medicine and produced a variety of valuable studies. The present program commemorating the club's fiftieth anniversary contains opening remarks by Dr. Nicholas J. Eastman, reminiscences from Dr. Howard A. Kelly, and a history of the club's early days by Dr. William G. MacCallum. Artikel-Nr.: 115381.
Stellar Publishing Corporation, Park Place, New York, 1932
Softcover. Magazine. Cover and interior illustrations by Frank R. Paul. Quarto. Illustrated perfectbound wrappers. Very good with rubbing and wear at the extremities, price sticker on front wrap and tape residue at the spine ends. Contributions this oversized issue include John Scott Campbell, Frank A. Kelly, John Bertin, Edward Morris, Laurence Manning, Raymond Gallum, John Michel, Al. H. Martin, Robert Friend, J.Z. Howard, and Don Fernando. Very Good. Artikel-Nr.: 367873.