Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Text/BRAND NEW. Green linen boards w/gilt spine lettering/Fine. DJ/NF w/nips & closed tears to edges and fading to spine. PO name on fEP. 5th in a series exploring advances in neurobiology, in particular, the interaction between the brain and the endocrine glands. Anthology of 25 contributors. Fine copy in lesser dust jacket.
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Good Plus in Good Plus jacket. 8vo. First edition. Hard cover in dust jacket. Published NY: Oxford Univ Pr., 1973. 8vo., xiv+438 pp., illus. Light soil/foxing to edges and front f.l., some underlinings/notations in text and rear pastedown, name on title page, initials on top edge, inscription with 10 signatures on fly leaf, binding tight. Good plus in dust jacket.
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