Sophisticae partes tres. I. De causis et remediis ...Bookseller: $ 554 Buy from: Maremagnum
Corporis humani disquisitio anatomica; in qua sang ...Bookseller:
Milestones of Science Books, Germany$ 9.422 Buy from: AbeBooks
234: GET YER GHOST: RARE BOOKS IN MEDICAL HISTORY, ANIMISME ET SPIRITISME, MEDICAL ODDITIES
Specialities : Medicine
34 books: SUBJECTS: Classics, Fringe Medicine, History of Medicine, Spiritualism & Afterlife --- AUTHORS, CONTRIBUTORS: Louis GALAMBOS; GALEN; Catherine GALLAGHER; Sir Francis GALTON; Hamlin GARLAND; Clarke GARRETT; Eileen J. GARRETT; Fielding Hudson GARRISON; Archibald GARROD; Elizabeth GASKING; Reginald Ruggles GATES; Norman GEVITZ; Sander L. GILMAN; Thomas GISBORNE; Bentley GLASS; William GODWIN; Johann Wolfgang von GOETHE; Oliver GOLDSMITH; Regneri de GRAAF; Harvey GRAHAM, [pseud. of Dr. Harvey FLACK]; Lindsay GRANSHAW; Douglas GRANT; Joseph GRASSET; Mark GRAUBARD; Joseph L. GRAVES; Asa GRAY; Andrew GREEN; Celia Elizabeth GREEN; John C. GREENE; Susan GREENHALGH; Mirko D. GRMEK; Michael F. GUYER; H. HARRIS; Thomas LAQUEUR; Charles MCCREERY; Rudolf MAGNUS; Roy PORTER; Jane Eliot SEWELL; William L. STRAUS, Jr.; Owsei TEMKIN.[...] Read more
CATALOG 250 August 2019
You will discover our catalog N ° 250 of August 2019:
HISTORY and FINE ARTS occupy an important place (400 references).
In ARCHEOLOGY we finish the dispersion of books from the Library of a great specialist of the Barbarian Kingdoms.
You will find many novelties in REGIONALISM (Ile de France, Poitou, Normandy ...)
In LITERATURE we present you a hundred references including some original editions of the publisher and bibliophile Belgian Pierre Aelberts.
Note this month more than 60 copies of Pléiade.
And many novelties in Bibliography, Sciences, Religions,
To all, we wish a Good Reading !
Catherine & Benjamin PIERRANG
Germany's Rare Book Fair Stuttgart, 24th – 26th January 2020: Growing number of international firms, an expanded events programme and the new Young Collectors' AwardPublished on 06 Jan. 2020
As a Radio 4 documentary about book collectors airs, the Times deputy literary editor, James Marriott, who lives in a room full of volumes, admits to his problem.
In this podcast Sandra has invited collector Benjamin Zucker and looks at their roles and relationship as dealer and collector. While this podcast focusses on the current "Diamonds" exhibition, it also reveals the fascination to collect, the handling of manuscripts and the knowledge needed to deal in historical items.