187: Bookseller’s CabinetBy Jeff Weber Rare Books
187: Bookseller’s Cabinet Features 173 antiquarian books of recent acquisition in the fields of early printed books, Americana, literature, fine printing, Voyages & Travel, Photography, etc. Essentially a broad range of what is on the bookseller's shelf. INCLUDING: Aesop 1668h, Hans Christian Andersen, IN SPAIN, 1864, Francis Bacon, WORKS, 1740, J. Bradbury, TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF AMERICA, 1817, DeLoss Mcgraw (1985), Robinson Jeffers, GRANITE & CYPRESS, 1974, etc.
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ALCHEMY, CHEMISTRY, PHARMACY, MINEROLOGY & RELATED SUBJECTSBy Jeffrey D. Mancevice Inc.
ALCHEMY, CHEMISTRY, PHARMACY, MINEROLOGY & RELATED SUBJECTS List of early printed books in alchemy, chemistry, pharmacy, etc
Horticulture Catalogue #25 - Herbs & HerbalsBy Woodburn Books
Horticulture Catalogue #25 - Herbs & Herbals Catalogue #25 (September 2017), "Herbs & Herbals," contains 65 items including a number of significant British and American herbals. Highlights include the following: John Gerard's landmark HERBAL (London 1636), with over 2,800 woodcuts of plants; Hill's BRITISH HERBAL (London 1756) with an allegorical frontispiece and 75 copperplate engravings; Abraham Munting's DE VERA ANTIQUORUM HERBA BRITANNICA (Amsterdam 1681), containing 24 engraved plates of plants, all contenders in the author's search for the identity of the true "Herba Britannica" as discussed by early herbalists; and Constantine Rafinesque's MEDICAL FLORA (Philadelphia, PA 1828: 1830), complete with 100 plates of plants printed in green ink.
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Special List 279: Nine 19th-c. Portuguese African ImprintsBy Richard C. Ramer, Old & Rare Books
Special List 279: Nine 19th-c. Portuguese African Imprints Nine items printed in Angola, Moçambique, and São Thomé.
Fall 2017By Yesterday's Muse, Inc.
Fall 2017 Seasonal miscellany featuring Nicolay & Hay's Lincoln with a signed document by John Hay laid in, a 1701 medical work by Thomas Willis, a strong selection of works by William Osler, military and world history, etc.
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