Title: L'art Des Accouchemens
Publisher: Germer Bailliere, Libraire, Paris
Publication Date: 1844
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: Eighth Edition
This two volume set has dark green full leather bindings, featuring single-ruled, gilt stamped borders on covers, gilt lettering on front covers, and four raised bands on the spine, embellished with gilt lettering and details. All edges marbled, marbled endpp., too. Extremities are rubbed, lower extremities and corners moreso. Covers are rubbed, with a few scratched and/or scuffs. Spines are rubbed, maybe even slightly worn at head and foot. Volume 2 has a small chip inthe head of the spine. Front hinge of Vol. I is loose, joint is split about 1 1/2"-2" from head and foot. Rear top joint of Vol. I is split about 1". Garrison and Morton #6255. Former owner's name and date, Anna E. Brommall, M. D.,1879 appear on the fly leaves of both volumes. Texts are slightly foxed, with occasional offset throughout. Fold out full p. plates as well as many others. Nice copy, digital image available. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 001364
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