Chesterton, Gilbert Keith
Der Held von Notting Hill. Deutsch von Manfred Geo ...Libraire:
Antiquariat Martin Barbian & Grund GbR, Saarbruecken, Germany$ 11 Acheter sur: antiquariat.de
AUTOMOBILIA N° 3 - La Simca 1000, L'Amilcar Compou ...Libraire:
Le-Livre, SABLONS, France$ 35 Acheter sur: AbeBooks
217: Animisme et Spiritisme; Medical Oddities & Ghosts
Spécialités : Médecine
Containing 118 books from the library of Phillip K. Wilson, written (mostly 20th century), TOPICS include: Anthropology; Thomas Bewick; Bioethics; Cyberscholarship; Darwinism; Death; Dermatology; Disabilities; Education; Embryology; English Literature; Ethnography; Eugenics; Evolution; Exploration; Fertility; Genetics; Geology; Ghosts; Gynecology & Obstetrics; Hawaii; Heredity; American Medicine,; Internal Medicine; Logic; Medical Biography; Medical Classification; Medical Geography; Medical Health; Medical History; Medical Immortality; Medical Oddities; Medical Pathology; Medical Satire; Mental Health; Midwifery; Military Medicine; Moon mapping; Museum History; Natural History; Natural Philosophy; Nazi Eugenics; Occult; Pathology; Philosophy; Racism; Religion; Revolution Controversy; Riots; Roman Antiquities; Science Biography; Science History; American Science; Sexuality; Social Issues in Marriage; Spiritualism; Superstition; Volcanoes; Zoology.[...] En savoir plus
eList 27 - ART
In our newest, fully-illustrated eList, you’ll find a wide variety of books on art, with an emphasis on contemporary books on contemporary art, as well as photography, sculpture, street art, and even some skin art. Some highlights include an impressive collection of vernacular photography in the form of dog snapshots, a metal-bound Nam June Paik, a scarce Nannucci Fluxus poster, and some last minute arrivals. Thanks for taking a look…[...] En savoir plus
Auction catalogue 150 - on Friday, 7. 6. 2019
2019 commemorates the 500th anniversary of da Vinci, institutions worldwide have launched events and exhibitions.
Le SALON LIVRES RARES & OBJETS D’ART qui s’est tenu sous la nef du Grand Palais du 12 au 14 avril réunissait 181 libraires dont 55 étrangers venant de 14 pays différents, et 52 experts en objets d’art.