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First Edition. The English version of Beitrage zur Interferenz Mikroskopie, with new content not included in the original German work. An introduction to a branch of light and electron microscopy. Translated by J. Home Dickson. 394 pages. First edition (first printing). A very good copy in a good, price-clipped dust.....
First Edition. A technical introduction to the microscope, including a section on projection microscopes. Illustrated with more than 170 engravings in the text. 322 pages. Text in FRENCH. First edition (first printing). A very good copy in the publisher's russet cloth. Frontispiece tissue guard missing.
Fifteenth edition, re-constructed, re-written, revised, and enlarged throughout. "With upwards of nine hundred engraved and coloured illustrations by Tuffen West and other artists." There are eight chromolithograph (printed color) plates. xxiv, 704 pages. With the errata slip. New endpapers, else a very good copy; spine slightly faded. Bound in the.....
Sixth edition. Illustrated with 26 plates and 500 wood engravings. 388, 354 pages. A lovely two-volume set of this microscopy classic. These two volumes bound in red cloth stamped in black and gilt. Very slight fading to the spine. In Wood's Library of Standard Medical Authors.
First Edition. The first two, of four, volumes of Arthur Cole's short-lived periodical that published essays on scientific studies illustrated with color lithographed plates. Volume I has 53 plates and volume II has 36 plates. Cole, as Arthur C. Cole and Son, sold commercial microscope slides. This edition is "much.....
Second Edition. Volume I: Principles and Use of Microscopes and Accessories and Physical Methods for the Study of Chemical Problems. Volume II: Chemical Methods and Inorganic Qualitative Analysis. xvi, 478 and xi, 438 pages. Second edition. Very good or better hardcovers; no dust jackets. Previous owners' names inside.
First Edition. The first edition (of many) on an early American guide to the microscope. Wythes later moved to Oregon and was an early medical educator in the Pacific Northwest. xii, 13–191, [1 ad for M'Allister & Co.]. First edition. A very good copy in green cloth stamped in gilt. Previous.....