Very Good. No Jacket. Book 973 page human physiology text, whose first author was William Senhouse Kirk of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1848, with many later editions edited under Professor Halliburton's guidance. This edition is the first in which "biochemistry" is included in the title. With numerous illustrations in the text, many of which are coloured, and four coloured plates. Minor exterior wear.
8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Good + Copy in brown cloth on boards with bright gilt titles on spine. Spine has some wear head/foot with a small split on bottom edge. Covers have some water staining though overall outers are sound. Clean contents and attractive colour plates with tissue guards.
CX6-A 35th edition hardcover book in good condition that has lightly worn cover, cocked, bumped corners, lighlty bowed, previous owner's info written on the front fixed endpaper, some wrinkling, crease, and tears on the inside pages, tanning, and shelf wear with no dust jacket. 8.5"x6.25", 973 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Good. No dust jacket. used Red cloth boards, damp-damaged thought not severely, sunned on spine. Endpapers a little discoloured but contents otherwise clean and sound throughout. With many black and white and colour figures in the text. Thirty sixth edition.
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