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Descrizione libro: André Wechel 1572; 1568, Paris, 1572. Very rare first editions of two of Paré’s most important works. The Cinq livres de chirurgie is exceedingly scarce in first edition, and perhaps the most important work by Pare. Since 1916 ABPC has recorded the sale of only 2 copies: one in 1963 in New York, and another (incomplete, bound with Paré’s Dix livres de chirurgie, also incomplete) in 1981 in London. Paré is considered one of the fathers of surgery and modern forensic pathology and a pioneer in surgical techniques and battlefield medicine, especially in the treatment of wounds. He was also an anatomist and invented several surgical instruments. The first work (Cinq livres de chirurgie) is illustrated with a woodcut portrait of Paré and 41 woodcuts depicting surgical operations and instruments. "The Cinq livres contains all new material. It had been called by several serious writers Paré’s chef d’oeuvre . in it appears the first description of the fracture of the head and of the femur. Secondly, it is the first appearance of the whole teaching of bandages, fractures, and dislocations which has come down to us from the ancients, broadened by Paré’s own experience . It is undoubtedly one of his most important works" (Doe 19). The second work (Traicté de la peste, de la petite Verolle & Rougeolle: avec une brefue description de la Lepre) was written from direct experience of the plague: "Having passed the winter of 1564-65 on tour in Provence with Catherine de' Medici and the young king Charles IX, where the ravages of a plague epidemic, added to poverty and general misery, were painfully apparent, Paré was requested by the queen mother to make whatever knowledge he possessed of the disease available to the world. He therefore puts into a book his ideas as to its cause, transmission, and treatment, and says he writes only of what he has seen by long experience during his three years at the Hôtel-Dieu, his travels, his practice in Paris, and his own slight attack while he was serving his internship. This is one of Paré’s most systematic treatises; for its careful symptomatology and thorough description of treatment, it deserves to rank among the best of his writings" (Doe 14). Durling 3526. "Pare was born at Laval near Mayenne. His education was meagre and he never learned Latin or Greek. A rustic barber surgeon’s apprentice when he came up from the provinces to Paris and afterwards a dresser at the Hotel Dieu, the public hospital in Paris, he in 1537 became an army surgeon. France was at this time engaged in many wars: against Italy, Germany and England, and eventually at home, in the civil war so disastrous to the Huguenots. Pare joined the Forces and for the next thirty years, with a foothold in Paris in the intervals of fighting, he engaged in any campaign where he soon made himself the greatest surgeon of his time by his courage, ability, and common sense. Like Vesalius and Paracelsus he did not hesitate to thrust aside ignorance or superstition if it stood in his way. Although snubbed by the physicians and the Medical Faculty at the University and ridiculed as an upstart because he wrote in his native tongue instead of in Latin, his reputation gradually grew and he became surgeon successively to Henry II, Francis II, Charles IX and Henry Ill. It is said that Charles IX protected Pare during the Massacre of St. Bartholomew by hiding him in his bedchamber. "Pare is responsible for the abolition of the method of applying hot iron or boiling oil in the treatment of gunshot wounds, the new feature of Renaissance surgery. During a battle in which the supply of oil gave out, Pare was forced to treat many with a mixture of egg-yolk, oil of roses, and turpentine. He was surprised to find the next morning that those treated with his mixture was in much better condition than the others, and he at once championed the new method. Control of hemorrhage by ligation of arteries had been frequently recommended but it was Pare who first practiced it systematically and brought it into. Codice libro della libreria 3697

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Les oeuvres de M. Ambroise Paré, conseiller: PARÉ, Ambroise

Descrizione libro: chez Gabriel Buon, Paris, 1575. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. 1st Edition. Folio (347 x 225 mm). [20], 945, [45] pp. Title within engraved architectural border of the arms of France, portrait of the author to verso of leaf *3, woodcut initials, head and tail-pieces, several woodcut illustrations in text, privilege and errata leaf bound at end. Without the final blank. Signatures: *6 **4 a-z6 A-Z6 Aa-Zz6 AA-NN6 OO4 (-OO4 blank). Later half calf, spine with 6 raised bands and gilt-lettered morocco label in first compartment (spine ends scuffed, boards rubbed and chipped, extremities worn, corners heavily bumped, hinges split but firm). Internally only little browned, occasional minor spotting, title-page little soiled and stained at outer margins and with small paper slip pasted over old signature at top margin, small waterstain to pp. 317-20, upper blank corner of O3 torn, leaf Qq1 with large brown stain and small holes affecting a few letters of text, last few leaves with light marginal waterstainings. Provenance: Grangier Jesuite (signature to lower title); Nancy, Collegio Nancei Societatis Jesu (inscription on title-page). All in all, a sound copy with ample margins and completely unrestored. ---- Waller 7171; Doe 29; NLM/Durling 3530; Wellcome I, 4819; USTC 29582; Garrison-M. 4750, Heirs of Hippocrates 271 (1582 latin ed.). EXCESSIVELY RARE FIRST EDITION of Paré's collected works, with several illustrations printed here for the first time. Only two complete copies recorded at auction in the past 30 years (e.g. Sothebys, May 18, 2010, sold for EUR 132,750). Most copies that have appeared on the market had issues such as lacking or supplied text leaves. The work is profusely illustrated with almost 300 woodcut illustrations, including anatomical and surgical woodcuts, as well as woodcuts of "monsters" and zoological oddities. "Paré, of humble Huguenot beginnings and poorly educated, became the sixteenth century's outstanding surgeon and the greatest military surgeon before his fellow countryman, Larrey, more than two hundred years later. He began his studies as a barber-surgeon and at age nineteen, while working as a surgical dresser and assistant in a Paris hospital, he began to acquire the fund of practical knowledge for which he became a legend in his own time. Probably his best known innovations were his discarding the use of boiling oil in gunshot wounds and the reintroduction of simple ligature instead of red hot cautery after amputation. He invented many surgical and dental instruments and was especially adept at devising ingenious artificial limbs" (Heirs of Hippocrates). "He was the first to suggest that syphilis is a cause of aneurysm. He popularized the truss, introducted artifical limbs, and (in dentistry) re-implantation of the teeth" (Garrison-Morton). The 'Oeuvres' was Paré's pride and joy and his most important work. "He had taken much care in its preparation, it was on good paper, he had good printers, fine woodcuts, and although more than half of it had already been published in earlier works it contained his care of gunshot wounds, which is still of more than passing importance. The book was subjected to much ridicule by the Faculty of Medicine as they wished to suppress its publication. Under a law written in 1533 they had the right to review and censor any book written on a medical subject. Gourmelin, Dean of the Faculty tried his best to suppress the book, but he was not successful because Paré was a favorite of the Royal House. Paré wrote a fifteen page pamphlet in defense of the material in his book in such a forthright, honest manner that he apparently won a victory. At least he was not defeated since the book was published in its entirety and sold out in a very short time . He defended himself by saying he was writing in his native language as Galen and Hippocrates had in theirs; that he had given credit to the ancients for their teachings; and credit to his contemporaries who had contributed approved treatments for the good of the patient; . Codice libro della libreria 002518

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Les Oeuvres d'Ambroise Paré, Conseiller et premier: AMBROISE PARÉ (1509-1590)

Descrizione libro: A Paris, chez Grabriel Buon, 1579. Couverture rigide. Condizione libro: Très bon. 2ème Édition. in-4 (36,3 X 24,2 cm), 8 ff.marqués"a" : dédicace au très Chrestien Roy de France et de Pologne, Henry Troisième (3 pp.), portrait de l'auteur (1 p.), sonnet de l'auteur (2 pp.), sonnets et quatrains de P. de Ronsard, F. Marius, IV. de Civersius, B. de Mauron et Pigray (2 pp.), liste des auteurs (2 pp.), Préface (6 pp.), 1105 pages et 88 pages où sont reproduites groupées à part, les figures dispersées dans le corps de l'ouvrage et la table. SECONDE EDITION. Reliure d'époque, veau glacé fauve, dos à six nerfs orné or et à froid, filet or d'encadrement sur les plats avec fer doré au centre. Comme dans l'exemplaire de la Bibliothèque Nationale il manque les trois feuillets d'avis au Lecteur et le feuillet "catalogue des livres contenus en toute cette oeuvre", marqués "e" (nous les fournissons en photocopie). Référence B.N. : FRBNF31058146. MOLLER. Bel exemplaire. Codice libro della libreria 0029105

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Descrizione libro: IACOBUM DU-PUYS, Parigi (Paris), 1582. Full Vellum. Condizione libro: Good. Condizione sovraccoperta: Good. First Edition in Latin. Parigi (1582) - IACOBUM DU-PUYS. 1 ff bb (non coevo), 6 ff nn, 884 pp, 11 ff, 1 ff bb (non coevo). Un bel ritratto del Parè ("anno ætatis 68) a due terzi di pagina in una carta preliminare; nel testo 362 xilografie nel testo di varie dimensioni (anche a mezza pagina). Legatura posteriore (forse seicentesca) in piena pergamena rigida con titolo impresso in oro sul dorso. Piccola mancanza della copertura (circa 5 cm di diametro) sul piatto anteriore, fori di tarlo sul piatto posteriore. Carta, in generale, leggermente e uniformemente imbrunita. Leggera gora di umidità nella parte bassa del libro e nelle ultime carte; lieve restauro alle prime 20 pagine della parte superiore (vicino al margine interno) ed alla pagina 703 (velatura circoscritta, appena visibile). Nel complesso esemplare molto buono di questa pregiata opera. Prima rarissima edizione in latino di questa importante e ricercata opera grazie al quale il Parè rivoluzionò lo stesso concetto di chirurgia. Questa edizione, in particolare, fece sì che il Parè diventasse popolare nel resto dell'Europa essendo il latino la lingua accademica universalmente riconosciuta. La prima edizione venne stampata in francese a Parigi nel 1575; la seconda (sempre in francese) risale al 1579. Le incisioni presenti in questa edizione sono le stesse della seconda edizione francese e rappresentano ferri chirurgici, tecniche di intervento, parti anatomiche, animali, protesi. A tal proposito si segnala che il Parè ideò una mano artificiale (molto interessante la relativa xilografia) che era fornita di dita mobili azionate da un sistema ingegnoso di leve e ingranaggi: la funzionalità era tale da permettere ad un cavaliere di condurre il proprio cavallo afferrandone le redini Molto interessanti le ultime parti che trattano di mostruosità ("De monstris et prodigiis") e di distillazione ("De distillationibus"), dove vengono illustrati, rispettivamente, animali mostruosi avvistati in varie regioni del mondo (Molucche, Etiopia, ecc) e le varie tecniche di estrazione (alambicchi forni, ecc). Molto divertente la xilografia che rappresenta "Dorotheæ multiplici sobole gravidæ effigies": per poter sorreggere il ventre enormemente ingrossato in seguito alla gravidanza (pare che abbia messo alla luce prima nove e poi undici bambini), doveva indossare una fascia che, passando dietro al collo, andava poi a sorreggere la pancia: "Scribit Franciscus Picus Mirandula Dorotheam Italam gemino partu viginti liberos peperisse. Primo quidem novem, altero autem undecim: adeò verò gravidam extintisse, ut aluum, quæ in genua procumbebat, lata & magna fascia ex cervicibus nodata fulcire cogeretur, ut subiecta imagine licet intueri". Ambroise Parè nacque nel 1509 a Bourg en Hersent (presso Laval). Cominciò a lavorare come barbiere (che, spesso, aveva anche la funzione di chirurgo) ma, presto, cominciò ad intraprendere l'attività di chirurgo vero e proprio partecipando alle campagne d'Italia dal 1536 al 1542. La sua bravura gli permise di diventare anche il chirurgo di ben quattro re di Francia (Enrico II, Francesco II, Carlo IX ed Enrico III). Introdusse l'utilizzo della disinfezione in alternativa ai metodi cruenti adottati fino ad allora (olio bollente seguito da cauterizzazione con un ferro rovente): sembra che, avendo esaurito le scorte, improvvisò un disinfettante a base di rosso d'uovo, olio di rose e trementina che si rivelò molto efficace Si cimentò, con successo, nei parti, in interventi complicati (elaborò, tra l'altro, una tecnica di legatura delle vene), nelle fratture e nelle amputazioni. Dopo una vita travagliata passata spesso anche sui campi di battaglia, si dedicò alla stesura dei suoi numerosi libri. Morì il 20 dicembre 1590. ENGLISH TRANSLATION ON REQUEST Size: in-folio (339 mm x 217 mm). Codice libro della libreria 000034

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PARE, Ambroise (1510-1590).

Editore: Paris: Veufue Gabriel Buon, 1598. (1598)

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Descrizione libro: Paris: Veufue Gabriel Buon, 1598., 1598. Folio (13 6/8 x 8 2/8 inches). Engraved title-page (trimmed and strengthened at an early date on verso, without the frontispiece portrait as usual), illustrated throughout with 373 woodcuts in the text (some occasional pale mostly marginal staining, lower margin of 2y torn away, without the last blank). Near contemporary full sprinkled calf, the spine in six compartment, with five raised bands, morocco lettering-piece in the second, the others decorated with small gilt tools (extremities worn with minor loss, upper hinge starting). The fifth and most complete edition of the collected works of Pare, first published in 1573, which contains the first printing of the author's final revisions and enlargements of the text, issued posthumously. Malgaigne used this edition as the basis of his definitive edition of Pare's text in 1840. The woodcut illustrations, include body parts, organs, surgical instruments, abnormalities, and real and fictional monsters. "Pare was the greatest of the army surgeons before Larrey. he became the most famous surgeon in France. He is particularly remembered for his abandonment of boiling oil and the cautery. his re-introduction of the ligature and his invention of many new surgical instruments. He was the first to suggest that syphilis is a cause of aneurysm. He popularized the truss, introducted artifical limbs, and (in dentistry) re-implantation of the teeth" (Garrison-Morton 5565, 1575 edition). Doe A Bibliography of the Works of Ambroise Pare 32. Codice libro della libreria 72lib815

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Descrizione libro: Apud Iacobvm Dv-pvys, 1582., Parisiis, 1582. Folio in sixes (351 x 208 mm) [12], 884, [22] pp. Collated complete: ã6, A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, AA-ZZ6, AAa-DDd6, EEe4, FFf-GGg6, index, errata leaf, woodcut of Pare, aged sixty-eight, on verso of ã4, 362 woodcuts; lightly foxed, title-page and 2 ff. following re-margined, a few repairs, not affecting text or images, some damp-staining, occasional early in k underlining and marginal notes showing early evidence of reading the text. Contemporary limp full vellum, m.s. spine title. Very good. FIRST LATIN EDITION; third edition overall. ?No third French edition appears to have been published, its place supposedly being taken by the first Latin translation in 1582… This, the first Latin edition, has been long regarded as taking the place of a third French edition, since no third has ever been found and since this one lies between the second, 1579, and the fourth, 1585, edition of the Oeuvres… I think we can take it as conclusive that the 1582 Opera represented to Pare his third edition. It must at least have been planned as early as 1577, when he failed to include, among those he gave to Viart as a wedding gift, the books which were still to be published 'as well in Latin as in French'? [Doe]. ?The reputed translator-editor, Jacques Guillemeau, was an excellent classical scholar and the lifelong friend of Pare… But although Pare's Opera is known as Guillemeau's translation, and is so indicated on the title-page, it was in reality the work of someone else, unidentified, Guillemeau states, in his dedication to Miron, that the translation was, in fact, made by a friend who did not wish his name to appear.? [Doe] In the process of being translated from the French into Latin, the work became available to all the nations of Europe as Latin was the lingua franca of scholarship. But, unfortunately, the translator, ?took great liberties with the French text: using the second edition of 1579, he altered, inserted, subtracted even whole chapters, where it suited him. He sometimes inverts the original order and sometimes paraphrases the text…The translation cannot be trusted, except with reservations, but it is at least useful to consult where the original is difficult to understand. The shortcomings of this edition are the more distressing in that they are, of course, continued in al the subsequent editions based on this one, namely, the Latin, English, and German editions.? [Doe]. ?The fifth and most complete edition, containing the first printing of Pare's final revisions, was published in Paris, 1598. English translation by Thomas Johnson, London, 1634 (from the 1582 Latin translation of the second [1579] edition.? [Garrison & Morton]. References: BM Readex Vol. 19, p. 354; Cushing P88, Doe, A bibliography of the Works of Ambroise Pare, #46, pp. 90-91, 153-160; Durling/NLM 3531; Garrison & Morton 5565; Heirs of Hippocrates 271; Osler 661; Waller 7175; Wellcome 4824. Codice libro della libreria M11083

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Opera chirurgica: Pare, Ambroise

Pare, Ambroise

Editore: Joannes Feyrabend, Frankfurt (1594)

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Descrizione libro: Joannes Feyrabend, Frankfurt, 1594. Paré, Ambroise (1510? - 1590). Opera chirurgica . . . Folio. [12], 851, [27]pp. 317 woodcuts in the text, including portrait of Paré aged 68 on the verso of leaf (:)4. Title in red and black. Frankfurt: Apud Joannem Feyrabend, impensis Petri Fischeri, 1594. 334 x 214 mm. Old calf, rebacked, new cloth ties, light wear at corners; preserved in a drop-back box. Very good, clean copy. Early ownership signature (illegible), dated 1600, on title. Bookplate and ownership stamps of Juan Carlos Ahumada (1890-1976), professor of gynecology at the University of Buenos Aires. Third Latin edition. Paré's collected works, first published in French in 1575, represent the greatest and most influential book in Renaissance surgery, and the first original surgical writing in Europe since the Middle Ages. Paré's innovations in treatment are extraordinarily comprehensive, ranging from his opposition to boiling oil in gunshot wounds and ligature instead of cautery in amputations to his revival of podalic version in obstetrics. He popularized the truss in hernia, and ushered in the modern age of prostheses and brace making, using armorers, whose trade was disappearing with the advent of gunpowder, to manufacture his devices. "Paré used rope and windlass traction for femoral fractures and was able to distinguish hip dislocation from fracture of the femoral neck. He confirmed the cord compression in vertebral fractures that had been recognized by the Egyptians and Hippocrates .Paré used appliances and methods rather like those of Hippocrates for reducing hip and shoulder dislocations, and one or two special to himself. He describes displacement of the 'appendices' (i.e. epiphyses) of the long bones, to be restored if deformity is to be avoided, and reduced neck dislocations by manipulation and traction . . . " (Le Vay, History of Orthopedics, pp. 224-25; also 222-230). Paré anticipated Andry in pointing out the role of bad posture in scoliosis, was the first to use corsets to correct spinal deformities, and invented boots for clubfoot. His surgical and orthopedic devices are amply illustrated in the present edition of his work, which contains over 300 fine woodcut illustrations. This copy was once owned by Argentinian gynecologist Juan Carlos Ahumada, after whom Ahumada-del Castillo syndrome is named. Doe 48. Codice libro della libreria 43655

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Les oeuvres. Huitième édition. Revues & corrigées: PARE, Ambroise

Descrizione libro: Nicolas Buon, Paris, 1628. ____ La dernière édition parisienne. Elle est illustrée par une belle page de titre gravée et 373 bois gravés dans le texte qui font le charme de ce grand livre. Ces bois sont les mêmes que ceux de l'édition de 1585. C'est la premiére édition qui contient un "Trentième livre, Traictant des fièvres . ajouté en cette nouvelle édition". Un texte paru dans l'édition de 1575, mais qui a été ici réécrit et augmenté et on ne sait pas très bien par qui. Exemplaire sans le portrait, comme le plus souvent. Les éditions suivantes seront imprimées à Lyon, avec des caractères plus petits et sur un papier de mauvaise qualité et selon Malgaigne, "elles peuvent être mises sur le même rang que les plus honteuses contrefaçons." Une réparation au coin du frontispice et dans sa marge intérieure, fines galeries de vers dans la marge inférieure ici ou là, coiffes restaurées, n'en demeure pas moins un bel exemplaire. J. Doe, A bibliography of the works of Ambroise Paré 37. Ex-libris manuscrit de l'époque A. Morand sur le titre. *-------* Illustrated by 373 charming woodcuts. Good edition, the last one in Paris (The latter editions in Lyon are of poor quality). Contempory calf binding restored at head and bottom of spine, still a very good copy. In-folio. Collation : (28), 1228 pp., 1 f. bl., pp. 1229-1320, (114) pp. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure de l'époque.). Codice libro della libreria 13929

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Descrizione libro: IACOBUM DUPUYS, PARIS, 1582. Piena pergamena. Condizione libro: Buone. Legatura antica in piena pergamena; al dorso, autore e tiolo anticamnete manoscritti, monogramma PB manoscritto in epoca recente e piccolo tassello in pelle moderna con monogramma PB in oro; al contropiatto anteriore, doppio ex-libris della biblioteca di Piergiorgio Borio; carte di guardia anteriori sostituite con carte antiche.12 pagine non numerate, compresi il frontespizio con titolo e bella scena della samaritana al pozzo, quest'ultimo realizzato in una elegante sruttura architettonica, e, alla pagina 8, grande ritratto silografico di Paré con versi sottostanti; 884 pagine numerate; alle pagine 869 e 872, ampi ritratti silografici di Hyppocrate e Galeno; 22 pagine non numerate di indici; 2 pagine bianche. Testo in latino, all'interno, numerosissime incisioni silografiche raffiguranti animali, particolari anatomici, fasciature e protesi, strumenti chirurgici, operazioni, persone e animali mostruosi etc., molto interessante, ad esempio, il testo e la relativa illustrazione sull'invenzione di Parè di una mano artificiale mossa da congegni meccanici che permettevano l'articolazione delle dita artificiali e ai cavalieri che ne erano dotati di afferrare le briglie del loro cavallo. Terza edizione in assoluto, la prima a Parigi nel 1575 e prima rara edizione latina della celebre opera di Paré, contenente oltre al suo trattato più celebre sulla chirurgia anche altri importanti trattati: sono ben 26 i titoli che compongono l'opera; tra questi citiamo: De humani corporis anatome; De contusionibus et gangraenis; De arthritide, De lue venerea; De infantium variolis; De venenis; De peste; De monstris et prodigis; De distillationibus; etc. Le belle illustrazioni sono le stesse della seconda edizione parigina del 1579. Paré è ricordato come uno dei più grandi medici chirurgi della storia, la sua bravura gli permise, tra l'altro, di diventare il chirurgo di ben 4 re di Francia (Enrico II, Francesco II, Carlo IX ed Enrico III), capace di inventare un gran numero di strumenti chirurgici, introdusse il massaggio, inventò arti artificiali, perfino gli occhi, fu il primo ad indicare la sifilide come causa di possibile aneurisma, introdusse il reimpianto dei denti, fu il primo ad utilizzare la disinfezione in alternativa ai brutali metodi allora in uso quali la cauterizzazione e l'olio bollente. Dopo una vita densa e travagliata, passata spesso sui campi di battaglia (partecipò alla campagna d'Italia dal 1536 al 1542), trascorse gli ultimi anni a dedicarsi alla stesura dei suoi numerosi e importanti libri. Esemplare complessivamente in buone condizioni, salvo che per l'usuale ossidazione, lieve per la maggior parte delle carte, più accentuata in alcune; piccole lacune di tarlo marginali al frontespizio e alla carta successiva, così come alle ultime 2 di indici e alla carta bianca finale. Contemporary full vellum. (12), 884, (22), with woodcut title-vignette, three fullpagewoodcut portraits of Paré, Hippocrates and Galen. 22 half-page woodcutscenes and c. 300 woodcut scenes and figures in the text.FIRST LATIN EDITION of Paré’s works (first, French, 1575), the third editionoverall.The Opera, containing a fine engraved portrait of the author aged 68,contains not only all Parè’s surgical works, but also his many other writings tothat date. Some light browning and spotting, otherwise a good copy. Paré‘invented many surgical and dental instruments and was especially adept atdevising ingenious artificial limbs’ (Heirs of Hippocrates).Adams, P313; Cushing, 88; Durling, 3531; Wellcome, I 4824; Heirs ofHippocrates, 271. Codice libro della libreria 1630

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Les oeuvres. Revues & corrigées en plusieurs: PARE, Ambroise (1509-1590).

Descrizione libro: Paris, Nicolas Buon 1628., 1628. fester Einband. Huitième [huictisième] édition.. Folio. 1 weisses Bl., Titelbl., 13 nn.Bll., 1320 S., 58 nn.Bll. Mit Titelholzschnitt, 1 Porträttafel und 373 Textholzschnitten. Späterer Lederbd. auf 6 Bünden mit goldgepr. Rückentitel (etwas berieben, Rücken fachmännisch erneuert). 8. französische und letzte Pariser Ausgabe mit hervorragenden Textholzschnitten (analog Holzschnitten der Ausgabe 1585), erstmals 1575 erschienen. - Erste Ausgabe mit einem "Trentième livre, traictant des fièvres.ajouté en cette nouvelle édition". - Mit der meist fehlenden Porträttafel. - A. Paré war vorallem als Militärchirurg tätig. Sowohl in der Wundbehandlung wie in der Geburtshilfe setzte er Neuerungen durch. Seine "Méthode de traicter les playes faictes par hacquebutes", eine Abhandlung über die Behandlung von Verwundungen durch Feuerwaffen und Schießpulver gilt als Meilenstein der Chirurgiegeschichte. - Vorliegendes Werk beschreibt u.a. Wundbehandlungen, Monster und Missgeburten, Tumorbehandlungen, die Pest, Zusammensetzung von Medikamenten, Madentherapie u.a. - Innendeckel mit ExLibris, stellenweise stockfleckig und gelegentlich kleine Feuchtigkeitsspur, 1 hinterlegter Eckabriss (S. 1057), Fehlpagination von S. 891-894. - Wellcome Lib., b1456882. Lang fr. Codice libro della libreria 7956

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Descrizione libro: Paris: Nicolas Buon, 1628., 1628. Folio, contemporary calf (hardcover, leather), [xxviii], 1-1228, [i blank], 1229-1320 [cxiv] pp. Double title page, one in red & black, the other illustrated; illustrated with 373 woodcuts depicting surgical equipment, various surgical procedures, including amputations and breast removals, along with a chapter on "monsters," showing conjoined twins and other anomalies, as well as number of animals from around the world, both real anc fanciful. Albrecht Durer has given us the illustration depicting a rhinoceros and an elephant. The illustrated title page depicts Pare at surgical work, anatomical figures, surgical instruments, and several monsters. There is hardly a medical subject here that is not discussed: anatomy, physiology, obstetrics, pathology, pharmacy, the duties of the physician, the tricks of quacks, even demonology, the influence of the stars, etc. This edition is the first to include the treatise on fevers, and serves as the source for all subsequent editions. Pare, from a Huguenot family, poorly educated, and beginning as a barber-surgeon at age 19, became the greatest military surgeon before his fellow countryman, Larrey, more than 200 years later. Probably his best known innovations were his discarding the use of boiling oil in gunshot wounds and the re-introduction of simple ligature instead of red hot cautery after amputation. He invented many surgical and dental instruments and was especially adept at devising ingeious artificial limbs, several of which are illustrated. Garrison & Morton (5th) 5565 (the 1575 edition); Janet Doe, A Bibliography of the Works of the Works of Ambroise, 37). The second title page ( in red & black) has been repaired and several letters have been supplied in manuscript. Six preliminary leaves have been supplied as photocopies, as well as pp. 237-238. The lower corner of pp. 949-950 is lacking and that leaf has been supplied with a photocopy being laid-in. Several other pages show some repair of old stains, generally not affecting the text. Due to the size and weight of this volume, additional postage will be required for international and expedited orders. Surgery, Medicine, Military Medicine, Medical, History of Medicine. ixxsl. Codice libro della libreria 3430bd

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Les Oeuvres. Onziesme édition reveue et corrigée: PARÉ, Ambroise.

Descrizione libro: Lyon: Chez Pierre Rigaud, & Antoine Jullieron, 1652. In folio; [10 ff., 1f. blanc], 854p. (mal numérotées 846), [40 ff. Table]; belle marque d'imprimeur en taille-douce sur la page de titre, très nombreuses figures gravées sur bois dans le texte. Reliure d'époque en veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné, plats encadrés d'un double filet doré. Coiffes et mors supérieur restaurés, rousseurs et brunissures éparses habituelles (sans gravité), galerie de vers en marge inférieure sur une dizaine de feuillets sans atteinte au texte, quelques trous en marge intérieure des gardes libres, néanmoins bon exemplaire. Né à Laval en 1517, Ambroise Paré commença son apprentissage de barbier-chirurgien chez un barbier d'Angers. Chirurgien d'armée, son habileté lui valut une place auprès des rois Henri II, François II, Charles IX et Henri III. Considéré comme le père de la chirurgie moderne, mais toujours simple et modeste, il éclaira diverses questions d'anatomie, de physiologie et de thérapeutique, et introduisit de nombreuses innovations dont la ligature des artères, qu'il substitua à la cautérisation au fer rouge lors des opérations d'amputation. Paré mourut en 1590. Agréable exemplaire, l'une des nombreuses impressions lyonnaises de ce fameux ouvrage. Codice libro della libreria 37027

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Les oeuvres d'Ambroise Paré, Conseiller et premier: PARE, Ambroise

Descrizione libro: A Lyon, Chez Claude Prost, M. DC. XLI, 1641, 1641. in-folio, (35:23,5 cm), 11 feuilles + 846 (recte 854) p. + 41 feuilles. Avec 1 grande vignette gravée sur le titre en rouge et noir + 1 portrait gravé sur bois et plus de 350 gravures dans le texte, galerie de vers dans les marges des premières 25 feuilles en diminuant, reliure en demi-cuir du XIXè, dos richement orné. Tranches dorées. Bel exemplaire. Deuxième édition de Lyon, distribuée par trois différents éditeurs, chacune avec une page de titre différente. Bel exemplaire complet d?Ambroise Paré aussi nommé ?Père de la Chirurgie Française?.Les gravures sur bois dont les instruments de chirurgie et la fameuse galerie des monstres (dont le Monstre Marin ayant la tête d?un moine, ressemblant à un Evêque - d?un Triton & une Sirene vue sur le Nil - mais aussi une Autruche - Giraffe - l?Agneau à trois têtes ou encore le Toucan. Remarquables sont les demi-hommes demi porceau - Cochon à la tête d?homme - la figure d?un enfant demi-chien, etc. etc. Zweite Lyoner Ausgabe, von drei Verlegern mit verschiedenen Titelblättern vertrieben. - Stellenw. etwas fleckig; stellenw. im Rand mit Wurmgängen; ganz vereinzelt mit Buchstabenverlust an den gedruckten Marginalien.11 Bll., 846 (recte 854) S., 41 Bll. Mit 1 Holzschnitt-Porträt und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. Hldr. d. 19. Jh. mit Rvg., etwas beschabt.Holzschnitt-Porträt und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Doe 40; vgl. Krivatsy 8595 (and. Titelbl.) u. Wellcome IV, 295 (Lyon 1652). Codice libro della libreria 118125

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Descrizione libro: (Lyon, 1641)., 1641. 10. Auflage. Folio. Titelblatt fehlt, (4) Bl., S. 1-12, (4) leere S., S. 15-22, (4) leere S., S. 25-846 (recte 854 S.), (40) Bl. (Register). Mit über 350 Textholzschnitten. Lederband der Zeit. Hirsch IV, 487. - Enthält u.a. Kapitel über "Des animaux et de l'exellence de l'homme" - "Anatomie" - "Des tumeurs" - "Des player" - "Combustions et gangrenes" - "Fistules et haemorrhoides" - "Des bandages" - "Des fractures" - "Des luxations" - "Operations de chirurgie" - "De la generation" - "De la peste" - "Des monstres" - "Compositions des medicamens". "Les oeuvres" erlebten zahlr. Auflagen, erschien erstmals 1575. - Einband stärker berieben und bestossen. Gelenke geplatzt. Codice libro della libreria 3732DB

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An Explanation of the Fashion and Use: Pare (Ambroise). After:
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Descrizione libro: London, Printed for Michael Sparke. 1631, 1631. Small folio (210 x 320mm, 8 1/2 x 12 1/2ins) mid 19th century half morocco, marbled boards, spine mostly stripped, sound. Title with wood-cut figure, (iv) including Printer to the Reader (a lurid and illustrated description of a deformed murderer), (vi Preface to the Chirurgians), (iv) including To The Younger Sort of Barber-Chirugrians, 60. Many wood-cut illustrations of instruments and procedures throughout. Very light waterstain to first few gatherings. First, largest, Edition STC 19189, 6063, sometimes found as a supplement to Microkosmographia. Also mentioned is an abbreviated issue of 1634 (also Russell 223). Pare, a barber surgeon, rose through military experience to be physician to the French monarch Henry II and his successors. "The father of modern surgery." (Baas, Outlines). Crooke, whose most famous and controversial work Mikrokosmographia shared the publisher Jaggard with Shakespeare, and was at best a compilation, was the first doctor to hold the office of Keeper of Bethlehem Hospital where some called him a pioneering reformer. However accusations of neglect of his patients and embezzlement led to his removal, the defence costs of which ruined him. In "Explanation" he fully acknowledges Pare's work, and adds his own very hands-on notes, enhanced by the comprehensive selection of fine illustrations. Label of Surgeon Major J.W.Fleming, a noted bibliophile, with his signature and m.s. presentation to the Army Medico-Churgical Society, Portsmouth on title-page. Codice libro della libreria 10246

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Descrizione libro: Frankfurt am Mayin, Ben Zacharia Palthenio/in Berlung Peter Fischers G. Erbe, 1650, 1 volume in-folio de 355x210 mm environ, 1 feuillet blanc non chiffré, 8 feuillets non chiffrés (titre en noir et rouge avec belle gravée) 1239 pages chiffrées, 8 feuillets non chiffrés (register), reliure sur ais de bois biseautés recouverts de peau de truie décorée à froid sur les plats, dos à nerfs, traces des liens de fermeture sur les plats (liens absents). Manques de papier avec manque de texte sur les 4 premiers et les 2 derniers feuillets et p. 1063 et 1093, des mouillures, des défauts de marge, manque de cuir sur le dos, et trous de ver sur le dernier plat et le dos sur le cuir et le bois, ouvrage rare. Contient des illustrations des instruments et techniques de chirurgie+autres nombreuses figures dans le texte. Ambroise Paré, né vers 1510 (ou 1509 selon les sources) au Bourg-Hersent, près de Laval, et mort le 20 décembre 1590 à Paris, est un chirurgien et anatomiste français.Ambroise Paré est le chirurgien des champs de bataille, il est souvent considéré comme le père de la chirurgie moderne. Il est l'inventeur de nombreux instruments. La généralisation alors relativement récente de l’usage des armes à feu rend les chirurgiens familiers avec des plaies d'une sorte nouvelle, que l’on cautérise au fer rouge ou à l’huile bouillante au risque de tuer le blessé. Paré met au point la ligature des artères, qu'il substitue à la cautérisation, dans les amputations. « Je le pansay, Dieu le guarist. »On cite volontiers cette phrase modeste de Paré pour résumer sa philosophie (citation en moyen français signifiant : « Je le pansai, Dieu le guérit. »). Codice libro della libreria 91117

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Pare, Ambroise

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Descrizione libro: Published by Th. Cotes and R. Young, London, 1634. , [14], 487, [1], 553-1083, [1], 1093-1173, [23], engraved title page and 9 other leaves are supplied as photocopies, illustrated throughout with woodcuts, mispagination conforms to ESTC, collated First Edition , spine missing so book split into several parts, rear board detached, front board loosely held to front section of leaves, leather chipped and torn and coming away from boards at edges, small auction lot number label stuck to front board, many pages have small chips and tears at fore-edges, page a little crumpled, some pages lightly water stained around edges, text complete, a fair copy , full brown calf with two blind-ruled borders, raised bands 34 x 22 cm Hardback ISBN: Codice libro della libreria 47865

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Oeuvres complètes d'Ambroise Paré revues et collationnées: PARE (Ambroise)

Descrizione libro: Paris, J.B. Baillière, 1840-1841, 1841. Couverture rigide. Condizione libro: Très bon. Edition originale. 3 vol. in-8; T.I : 1 frontispice, 1 portrait, CCCLI, 459 pp.; T.II : (2), 811 pp., T.III : (2), XXXII, 878 pp., demi-basane grise de l'époque, pièces de titre corail, couvertures conservées, tranches ébarbées, nerfs, coiffes et mors frottés, très bel état intérieur à grandes marges. Edition recherchée. Elle est considérée comme la meilleure édition des oeuvres d'Ambroise Paré. L'introduction de Malgaigne (cf. Garrison & Morton, 5790) représente une magnifique synthèse de l'histoire de la chirurgie en Occident jusqu'à Ambroise Paré et contient une foule de renseignements précieux. Cette introduction "renferme les plus belles pages que l'on ait écrites sur l'histoire de la chirurgie. Il est impossible de lire sans une profonde admiration cette synthèse écrite dans une langue parfaite." (E. Forgue, in : Laignel-Lavastine, Histoire de la médecine). Malgaigne a été considéré par Billings comme le plus grand historien et critique de la chirurgie de tous les temps. Cette édition est ornée de deux portraits d'Ambroise Paré par David d'Angers et de nombreuses figures sur bois dans le texte (correspondant aux "planches" annoncées sur la page de titre). On y trouve l'arsenal chirurgical complet d'Ambroise Paré, cette édition comportant non seulement les figures d'instruments des oeuvres complètes mais aussi celles des ouvrages antérieurs parus séparément. Garrison & Morton, 59 : "the best edition of Paré's works" ; J. Doe, 45 : the book is a monument both to its authors genius and to its editor's loving diligence, common sense, and scholarship.". Codice libro della libreria 10431

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Descrizione libro: Paris: J. B. Bailliere, 1840. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. Three volumes. Octavo. cccli, 459 pp; (4), 811 pp; (4), xxxii, 878 pp. with two portrait frontispieces. Hardcover, bound in modern half morocco over cloth with original wraps bound in. Library perforation stamps to the title pages; marginal repair to the title of volume one and modest scattered marginal repairs and stains. Codice libro della libreria JRS-H12-120

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Les ?uvres d'Ambroise Paré, ? douzième édition,: PARÉ Ambroise

Descrizione libro: Grégoire, Lyon, 1664. Livre Titre, dédicace, 5ff, sonnets, au lecteur, catalogue, 852 pp, 37ff. Très nombreux bois gravés magnifiques dans le texte. Reliure modeste mais non sans charme. Il manque le faux-titre et 2 feuillets (pages 517 à 520); Rousseurs. Manque de papier sans atteintes au texte pages 242, 348, 454, et avec petit manque au texte page 483, Ouvrage légendaire dans une condition très acceptable malgré les défauts signalés. 1 volume in-folio. Pleine peau suedée, titre typographié sur le plat supérieur, dos à nerfs muet. Livre. Codice libro della libreria 3905

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Descrizione libro: Paris: J.-B. Bailliere, 1840-1841., 1841. Three volumes. Octavo, original printed wrappers bound in modern cloth, uncut, cccli, 459 pp + [vi], 811 pp + [iv], xxxii, 878 pp. Portraits, illustrations. "The best edition of Pare's works." -Garrison & Morton (5th) 59. Very Good; bindings are Near-Fine, there is some foxing. Surgery, Military Medicine, History of Medicine, Military History, Medical, Medicine. bynxx. Codice libro della libreria 3549bd

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Pare, Ambroise

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Descrizione libro: Codice libro della libreria 5120

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Ref. 03839. 3 vols. Ambroise Paré. Medicina.

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Descrizione libro: Ver. Condizione libro: Ver. Rústica. Lomos algo fatigados (primer y segundo tomos retocados). Parcialmente intonso. Texto en francés. 217 grabados y 1 retrato del autor. Introducción sobre el origen y progreso de la cirugía en Occidente y sobre la vida y obra de Paré por J. F. Malgaigne. Buen estado general. Paris, Chez J. B. Baillière. 459/ 811/ 878pp. 1840. Codice libro della libreria 03839

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Descrizione libro: Pierre de Tartas, Bièvres, 1969. Piel. Condizione libro: Excelente. Hans Erni, Pierre-Yves Trémois , Michel Ciry (illustratore). 3 gruesos vols. muy ilustrados. Excelente encuadernación a plena piel decorada. Cada volumen con estuche. Tirada de 1000 ejemplares. (Con certificado de autenticidad) Size: 3 Vols. En Folio. Codice libro della libreria 011827

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Oeuvres complètes d'Ambroise Paré revues et collationnées: PARE, Ambroise [MALGAIGNE]

Descrizione libro: Paris, J.-B. Baillière, 1840. Couverture souple. Condizione libro: Très bon. Edition originale. 3 volumes in-8° broché, les deux premiers volumes sont en couvertures originales et le troisième volume en couverture d'attente. les tomes I et II presentent de petites morsures de papiers aux dos sans dommages, sinon les volumes sont dans un très bel état. 2 portraits, CCCLI, 459 / (4), 811 / (4), XXXII, 878 pp. Célèbre édition donnée par le grand chirurgien Malgaigne, la plus intéressante pour sa correction et son appareil critique. Elle est illustrée par deux portraits hors-texte et 217 figures gravées dans le texte. Garrison-Morton 59 : "The best edition". Doe 143. - - - "Edited by Joseph François MALGAIGNE, this three-volume set is THE DEFINITIVE EDITION OF PARE'S WORKS. A comprehensive work, it CONTAINS A LENGTHY HISTORICAL INRODUCTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND STATE OF SURGERY BETWEEN THE SIXTH AND SIXTEENTH CENTURIES, AN EXTENSIVE BIOGRAPHY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PARE, AS WELL AS HIS COLLECTED WRITINGS. MALGAIGNE was an accomplished french surgeon and author and was described by John Shaw Billings as "the greatest surgical historian and critic whom the world has yet seen". Codice libro della libreria 13097

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Ambroise Paré, Joseph-François Malgaigne

Editore: J.-B. Baillière (1840) (1840)

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Descrizione libro: J.-B. Baillière (1840), 1840. 3 volumes complet In-8 demi veau titre au dos plats à motifs floraux, 878+459+811 pages très bon état. Codice libro della libreria 96917

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Oeuvres completes D Ambroise Paré. 3 tomos: PARE, AMBROISE

PARE, AMBROISE

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Descrizione libro: Paris, B. Bailliere 1840. Revues et collationnées sur toutes les editions, avec les variantes; ornées de 217 planches et du portrait de l auteur; accompagnées de notes historiques et critiques, et precedees d une introduction par J.F. Malgaigne. CCCLI, 459+811+878 pages respectivamente. Algunas manchas de humedad. Firma del antiguo propietario. Encuadernado en pasta. 26x17 cm. Ref: 1584 [LS/012706-1584]. Codice libro della libreria 12706

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Pare, Ambroise; Pallister, Janis L. [Translator]

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Descrizione libro: University Of Chicago Press, 1995. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. newWe Ship Every Day! Free Tracking Number Included! International Buyers Are Welcome! Satisfaction Guaranteed!. Codice libro della libreria 10000012463N

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Descrizione libro: Edition en fac-simile Par Pierre de Tartas, Centre Artistique & Culturel du Moulin de Vauboyen, Bi?®vres, 1969. 3 volumes In-4, 32 cm , 1286pp. illustree de 382 dessins , augmente de hors-texte en couleurs par Hans Erni , Pierre-Yves Tremois , Michel Ciry , reliures d'edition en plein chagrin noir, fermoirs metalliques dores incrustes sur chaque plat de volume, titres ornes aux dos , tetes dorees , gardes illustrees par D. Steinlen , exemplaire numerote sur grand Velin cr?®me , avec livret descriptif joint , ensemble sous large emboitage cartonne de l'editeur d'origine , A1B-A1 , Codice libro della libreria 43345

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Descrizione libro: Pierre de Tartas, 1969. Couverture rigide. Condizione libro: Très bon. Hans Erni (T1); Pierre Yves Trémois (T2); Michel Ciry (T3) (illustratore). Fac-similé des l'édition parue chez Gabriel Buon, à Paris, en 1585, quatrième édition : Les Oeuvres d'Ambroise Paré, Conseiller, et premier Chirurgien du Roy. Le tirage de cette présente édition a été limité 5028 exemplaires (+ quelques unités H.C.), en différentes présentation ; notre exemplaire porte le numéro 714, il est l' un des 1000 exemplaires sur Grand Vélin crème, et offrant une suite des 24 illustrations. Reliés plein cuir. Numérotés de 501 à 1500. Seul le tome III est numéroté. Nos couvertures sont de couleur noir et arborent chacune, sur les 1er et 4ème plats, deux ornements stylisés, en relief et dorés, répétés à l'identique sur chaque plat et chaque volume. Les pages des trois volumes sont numérotées en chiffres romains, de I à MCCLXV, plus quelques pages non numérotées sur le premier tome (avant-propos, etc.). Chaque tome est illustré par l'un des trois artistes peintres, dans l'ordre des tomes par Hans Erni, par Pierre Yves Trémois et par Michel Ciry, à raison de 8 illustrations par volumes, hors texte. Nombreuses autres reproductions dans le texte (env. 380). Notre édition comprend les 3 suites de 8 illustrations, toutes présentes. D.A. Steinlen a réalisé les gardes des reliures, Delmotte la couverture de la plaquette. Achevé d'imprimer le 30 septembre 1969. Couvertures rigides, lettrage doré sur les dos, une tranche dorée. Coffret d'emboîtement couleur ocre pour les 3 volumes et pour les 3 suites des illustrations, sous enveloppe au nom de l'artiste. Deux cartonnages habillés en noir sont présents, pour protéger les dites enveloppes lorsqu'elles sont rangées. L'ensemble est très lourd, c'est à dire un poids de 7500 g. Avec l'emballage nécessaire pour une expédition soignée, prévoir une catégorie de poids de 8 kg au moins, ce qui nécessitera un supplément sur les frais de port. Etat : très bon, toutes petites usures d'usage, légers frottements et légères ombres sur des tranches. Le coffret pour emboîtement est solide, mais est taché et frotté par endroits. 31 x 22.5 x 4 / 4 / 5.5 cm 7500g. Codice libro della libreria LMA0418

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