This is a rare first vernacular edition of a seminal work in the history of anatomical illustration and the dissemination of practical medical knowledge and was used in the day to day instruction to provide interactive models of the human body to medical students and barber-surgeons. With: Tabula exhibens insigiora maris viscera ... / Bartholoma...
Vesalius, Andreas, 1514-1564 (author); Oporinus, Joannes, 1507-1568 (bookseller); Thorer, Alban 1489-1550 (translator); van Calcar, Jan Stephan, 1499-1546? (illustrator); Remmelin, Johann, 1583-1632 (former owner)
University of Minnesota Libraries, Owen H. Wangensteen Historical Library of Biology and Medicine.
Preface signed: Salomon Schinz. Title vignette: J.R. Holzhalb, engraver; S. Gessner, designer. Plates A-B: J.B. Bullinger, engraver; S. Schinz and S. Gessner, artists. Hand painted. Text two columns to the page.
Schinz, Salomon, 1734-1784.
Bullinger, Johann Balthasar, 1713-1795 (engraver); Holzhalb, Johann Rudolf, 1723-1806, (engraver); Gessner, Salomon, 1730-1788 (artist)
University of Minnesota Libraries, Andersen Horticultural Library.
Forward is dated 1919. Illustrated History of Music includes several facsimiles of letters and music of famous composers. Heavily illustrated with drawings and photographs. Tucked inside the front cover is a pamphlet entitled Die Domorgel zu Salzburg. 792 pages
University of Minnesota Libraries, Special Collections and Rare Books.