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Titolo: THE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HORSE: ...
Casa editrice: John P. Jewett and Company
Data di pubblicazione: 1857
Condizione libro: Very Good
Edizione: First Edition
Containing, also, a series of Examinations on Equine Anatomy and physiology with instructions In Reference to Dissection and the Mode of Making Anatomical Preparations. To Which is Added, Glossary of Veterinary Technicalities, Toxicological Chart and Dictionary of Veterinary Science. Clean embossed brown cloth, slightly color faded from sunlight. Gilt title on spine. Skeletal horse on front cover. Mild cover wear at spine ends. Text's interior is tight, clean & intact. Illustrated with/20 suburb Anatomical tissue protected plates of the horse, from a great French Work. Tissue paper covering Fig. 16 is torn. 1857, (c: 1856). Agriculture, Nature, Horse ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 291 pages. Codice inventario libreria 16163
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