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20 November 1992
VESALIUS, ANDREAS. [BREMER PRESS]. Icones anatomicae. [Munich: The Bremer Press for] The New York Academy of Medicine and The Library of the University of Munich, 1934 [i.e. 1935]. Large folio, original half pigskin, morocco gilt spine label, date in gilt at foot of spine, uncut, by Frieda Thiersch, very slight abrasion to lower cover and the spine bands. LIMITED EDITION, no. 318 of 615 copies, impressions from the original woodblocks for Vesalius's three major anatomical works; the blocks subsequently destroyed in WWII, "To the reader" leaf loosely inserted at end. Cushing Vesalius VI.A.--16.
Provenance: Los Angeles County Medical Association.
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