35 pp. 8vo, modern wrappers. Berlin: G. Reimer, 1834. First separate edition, an offprint with new pagination from von Gräfe and von Walther's Journal für Chirurgie und Augenheilkunde (Vol. XXI). Heidenreich (1798-1857), a doctor at Ansbach, was the presiding physician during the autopsy of Kaspar Hauser following his mysterious death in December of 1833. In this work, Heidenreich provides a description of Hauser's wounds, his final days, and the autopsy itself. Fine copy preserved in a box. ❧ Hirsch, III, pp. 124-25. (Inventory #: 6402)
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