Sale 167 Lot 129

Traite d'anatomie descriptive. Paris: Gabon, Brosson, 1801.

5 vols. 8vo, contemporary calf, gilt tooling and gilt-lettered labels to spines, marbled edges and endpapers. First edition. Boards worn and hinges starting on most vols.; backstrip detached on vol. 5 and partially detached on all vols.; ex-library set with call-numbers to spines.

Together with four other works in 10 volumes:

Another edition of the same as above. Paris: J. A. Brosson, Gabon, 1819. 5 vols. 8vo, quarter calf over marbled boards. Boards worn with loss to spines, vol. 1 rebacked, boards detached on vols. 1, 3 and 4 and some leaves starting, f.f.e.p. detached vol. 4.

A Treatise on the Membranes in General, and on Different Membranes in Particular. Translated by John G. Coffin. Boston: Cummings and Hilliard; Cambridge: Hilliard and Metcalf, 1813. 8vo, calf. With tape repair to spine; hinges cracked and upper board partially detached; ex-library stamps and donation sheet.

General Anatomy, Applied to Physiology and Medicine. Translated by George Hayward. Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1822. 3 vols. 8vo, rebound in quarter library buckram over plain boards, pages uncut. Bookplate Sinai Hospital Library tipped to front pastedown and library stamps to a few other pages; manuscript ex-libris to title pages; some light foxing and finger smudges; wear to boards; hinges reinforced.
Additions to the General Anatomy of Xavier Bichat. By P. A. Beclard. Translated by George Hayward. Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1823. 8vo, library buckram. Ex-library copy with stamps to front pastedown, title page and notice; renewed endpapers. (15)

Estimate $ 200-400

Property from the Collection of Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, North Chicago, Illinois

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