Good. Royal octavo, lightly soiled brown cloth with gold lettering, frontispiece, xxiv, 376 pp. Cornell Publications on the History of Science. A Facsimile Edition, with an introduction, a translation, and a commentary by Howard B. Adelman. This volume only. Lacking the volume with the plates.
VERY GOOD. JACKET: GOOD DJ. 10 3/4 X 7 1/2. The Embryological Treatises of Hieronymus Fabricius of Aquapendente The Formation of the Egg and of the Chick [De Formatione Ovi et Pulli] THe Formed Fetus [De Formato Foetu] Volume 1 and 2. Black and white plates. Boxed SLipcase. Bookplate. General wear and rubbed cover. Tight binding. Title gilted on the spine. _PAB_
Very Good. No Jacket. Book Seller # BBRD411, Hardcover with No Dust Jacket in a Slipcase, 883 pages, 7.8 inches by 11.1 inches, 5.7 lbs. Minor soilng and wear only to the Slipcase with no Tears. Minor wear only to the book itself. The hinges and binding are good and the interior pages are clean unmarked. NOT an Ex-Library copy. A Facsimilie Edition With An Introduction, a Translation, And a Commentary By Howard Adelmann. The Formation of The Egg And The Chick (De Formatione Ovi et Pulli) and The Formed Fetus (De Formato Foetu). Hieronymus Fabricus, 1533-1619, Italian. Illustrated with numerous black and white Plates.
The Formation of the Egg and of the Chick; The Formed Fetus. 2 volumes in a cloth slipcase. Frontis. Some illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York: Cornell University Press, (1967). Fine. A Facsimile edition.
Quarto [28 cm] Maroon cloth over boards with gilt lettering and two double gilt ruled borders on the backstrips. In a maroon cloth covered slipcase. With the original glassine wrappers, in very good plus condition, with very minor edge wear. The books are in near fine condition. There are several smudge marks on the verso of the second flyleaf of volume 1. The slipcase is in very good condition, with bumping at the head of the spine. Cornell Publications in the History of Science. The Italian surgeon and Renaissance anatomist, Hieronymus Fabricius of Aquapendente, helped found modern embryology.
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