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Charles Bell’s Arteries Manuscript
Here in its First Complete Rendering
12 (1 folded) watercolored drawings .
FACSIMILE EDITION (kl.-4°, 10⅞ × 8⅛ in [27.5 × 20.5 cm]) along with accompanying booklet in German (Über die Arterien, sm. 4to, 30 pp. incl. wrapper, paperback) as well as separatum of Harold Wellington Jones’
Charles Bell and the Origin of His Engravings of the Arteries
as reprint from the Charles Bell issue of Medical Life, 1937, pp. 371-379 (sm. 4to, 10 pp. along with brown wrapper, geheftet). New York, Editions Rara Medicina, (1974.) Red orig. leather with gilt back title and black fly-leaves in velour-lined black orig. board slipcase.
From the copy of the National Library of Medicine, Bethesda/MD. – Printed by The Meriden Gravure Company, Meridan/CT on rag paper of the The Curtis Paper Company, Newark/DE, binding by Publishers Book Bindery, Long Island City/NY.
(Karl Schottenloher in Löffler-Kirchner, Lexikon des Gesamten Buchwesens, II , 379).
No. CCLXXXIV/300 copies of the de-luxe edition in leather numbered in Roman by hand (total edition 2800 copies, the 2500 ordinary copies of which in h. cloth numbered Arabic). – As good as new.
Besides deviating from the first print edition of 1801 as Engravings of the Arteries illustrating the 2nd vol. of the Anatomy of the Human Body as also a further one, so German Darstellung der Arterien, Leipsic 1819.
Offer no. 29,013 | EUR 145. (c. US$ 175.) + shipping