Darinnen in dreyen Büchern gehandelt wird. Von allerhand Olien / Cerotten / Ungventen / Pillulen / Electuarien / Weinen / gebrandten Wassern / zu unterschiedlichen Gebrechen und Kranckheiten des Haupts, Hertzens, Magens, Bauches, Miltzens, der Augen, Zähne, Brust, Lunge, Leber, Galle, Nieren, Blase und Gebähr-Mutter, deßgleichen wider den kalten Brand, Steinschmerzen, Sommerflecken, Sonnenflechten, Blut- und Fleisch-Geschweren, Fistulen, Rose, Wartzen, Hüner-Augen, auch andere Glieder Schmertzen und Beschwerden dienlich, sambt etzlichen sehr nützlichen Geheimnuessen aus der Chymia, vormahls vom Authore in Italiänischer Sprache publiciret / itzo aber männiglich zum besten ins Teutsche übersetzet und vermehret mit einem Anhange von gifftigen Fiebern, Lendenstein, Colica oder Darmgrimmen, Melancholey-Kranckheit (.). Franckfurt am Mayn: Henning Grossens Buchladen, (3. Auflage) 1690. Brauner Leder-Bd. (des 19. Jhdts.) mit schwarzem, goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. 2 Bll. (gestochener Haupttitel u. Titelblatt), 1.072 Seiten sowie gefalteter Holzschnitt ("Wunderbare Geschöpffe und Geheimnusse der Natur") mit Rotschnitt. - 16 x 9,5 x 6,5. * Der italienische Anatom und Chirurg Gabriele oder Gabriello Falloppio (auch Faloppia; Fallopio 1523 - 1562) gilt als Mitbegründer der modernen Anatomie und war weltweit einer der wichtigsten Ärzte des 16. Jahrhunderts. - Vgl. Rosenthal 291; Ferguson 262 (zur Ausgabe von 1641). - Einbandkanten berieben; Fleck auf Vorderdeckelfalz; hübsche farbige Marmorpapier-Vorsätze; knapp beschnitten, wenige fachgerechte Papierrand-Restaurierungen und innen teils etwas gebräunt; insgesamt gut erhalten !.
Published by Pietro maria Bertano, Venetia (1637)
[Medicina-Chirurgia](cm. 22) Buona piena pergamena originale, minime abrasioni restaurate. - cc 8 nn., cc 431 + 1c. bianca. carattere corsivo, freci e capilettera figurati. Importante trattato di chirurgia del celebre medico modenese (1523-62) che fu professore a Frerrara, Pisa e Padova. Assieme al Vesalio fu il più importante anatomico del suo tempo; il suo nome è legato a varie scoperte, fra queste le trombe uterine dette "Trombe diFalloppio". Edizioe bella e rara manca a Waller, Choix, Dawson, Krivatsy, BM. STC e al Catalogo Rappaport "Ars Medica". Per notizie bio- Bibliografiche vedi: Hirsch, Capparoni, Castiglioni, De Renzi. Qualche insignificante e lieve alone al margine di alcune carte all'inizio, due macchioline alla prime due, per altro eemplare molto bello fresco e nitido. * Wellcome 2169; * Raccolta Putti n° 391; *Michel-Michel III 23.[f70]. Pietro maria Bertano, Venetia, 1637. Rilegato. Condition: molto buono.
Published by Paul Meietus, Venice (1569)
3 parts in 1 volume. 4to (208 x 149 mm). , 223,  pp. Signatures: *4 A8 B-V4 X6 Y-Cc4 Dd2 a-c4. Separate title-page with woodcut device to each part, woodcut head-pieces and initials, including the blank leaf L4. Internally little browned, occasional minor foxing, some worming and light dampstaining to top margin of second part, one wormtrack to final leaves of index affecting a few letters, leaf Q4 torn in lower blank margin. Contemporary limp vellum, spine lettered in script (little staining and soiling, spine darkened). Provenance: Joannis Antony Farrelly(?) (signature to lower margin of title-page, dated 1744). A fine, wide-margined copy. ---- NLM/Durling 1429; Adams F136; Castiglioni 372; not in Wellcome, Waller or Bird. FIRST EDITION. Rare work of the famous surgeon and anatomist Gabriele Falloppio dealing with different types of injuries, their care and healing. - Visit our website to see more images!. Paul Meietus, Venice, 1569. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition.
Published by Donato Bertelli, Venice (1563)
4to (222 x 154 mm). , 101,  leaves. Signatures: A3, A* (A-Z)4 Aa4 Bb6, with both, the cancel and cancelland leaf present. Title page with woodcut vignette, woodcut intials in text, errata on final leaf recto. 19th-century drab boards, spine with gilt-lettered paper label (rebacked with most of original spine preserved, corners scuffed, extremities rubbed, boards stained). Leaves untrimmed. Text only very little browned, faint minor spotting and soiling of outer margins, leaf E2 loose, two leaves with old paper repair to top blank margin. Provenance: Henri Aniere, Paris (sticker to front pastedown). A fine, crisp and wide-margined copy. ---- Eimas, Heirs of Hippocrates 333, Cushing F25; NLM/Durling 1438; Waller 2934; Wellcome I, 2156 (2nd edition only). EXCEPTIONALLY RARE FIRST EDITION. "Fallopius was a clinician as well as an anatomist, and this treatise on diseases of the skin (ulcers and tumors) is one of the most complete of its kind up to the time of its publication. An interesting bibliographical point in this copy is the canceling of leaf 1 with a substitute leaf, but the cancelland was not removed, thus leaving both the original leaf and its substitute in place." (Heirs of Hippocrates). This first edition is rare. Only one copy has appeared at auction in the past 80 years (the Virchow copy, Christie's 2016). - Visit our website for additional images and information. Donato Bertelli, Venice, 1563. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition.
Published by L. Bertelli, Padova (1564)
2 parts in one volume. Padua: L. Bertelli, 1564 [part 2: C. Gryphius, 1563 (colophon 1564)]. 4to (220x170 mm). , 64, 16,  ff. Contemporary limp vellum, spine titled in manuscript (covers browned and little soiled), title page with old ex-libris stamp, text leaves expertly cleaned. A fine, crisp copy of this important work on syphilis.---- Eimas, Heirs of Hippocrates 334; Garrison-Morton 2370. Wellcome 2152; Waller 2928. RARE FIRST EDITION. In this classic work on "the French disease," Fallopius wrote more knowingly of the Europe-wide scourge of syphilis than previous authors on the subject and was one of the first to oppose the use of mercury in its treatment. Antonio Fracanzano (d. 1567), a teacher of Fallopius at Padua and later his colleague there, contributed a short tract to this work on syphilis published in the year after Fallopius' death. (Heirs of Hippocrates, p.123). "He distinguished between syphilitic and non-syphilitic condylomata" (Garrison-Morton). Exceedingly rare, only two copies have been auctioned in the past 25 years. - Visit our website for additional images. L. Bertelli, Padova, 1564. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition.
Published by Lucam Bertellum; Christopher Gryphium, Padua (1564)
Title page to each work. Three lovely woodblock text initials. Half-calf with paper boards; some leaves lightly water-stained along lower corners, otherwise an excellent copy. TWO EARLY DESCRIPTIONS OF SYPHILIS. First edition of two rare treatises on syphilis. "In this classic work on 'the French disease,' Fallopius wrote more knowingly of the Europe-wide scourge of syphilis than previous authors on the subject and was one of the first to oppose the use of mercury in its treatment." Posthumously printed, Fallopius (1523-1562) was a surgeon and professor at Ferrar, Pisa and Padua where he succeeded his own teacher Vesalius. He here asserts his belief that syphilis was brought to Europe from America by the associates of Columbus, and strongly recommends the use of guaiac wood for its cure, though he also mentions certain other remedies. The second treatise on the same subject is by Fracanzano (1500?-1569), who became professor of medicine at Padua in 1539. There is a variant issue of De morbo dated 1563 on the title (although the colophon is dated 1564). The two versions differ only in the resetting of the date on the title. OCLC locates 9 copies total of both variants in America. Lucam Bertellum; Christopher Gryphium, Padua, 1564. FIRST EDITIONS.