2438 - 2786 MEDICINE (incl. Anatomical models and Medical instruments)
- Some sm. cracks; trifle dam. Mount sl. worn.
- One removable part w. 3 (repaired) cracks, otherwise fine.
- Partly soiled and paint peeling off. Mount trifle rubbed.
- Trifle soiled. Mount sl. rubbed.
= By pulling a small rope, the arytenoid cartilage (a pair of small three-sided pyramids to which the vocal folds are attached) are moving. All parts of the larnyx are numbered with black paint.
Merkelbagh & Co (2nd half 19th cent.). (Larynx). Plaster anatomical model w. numbered parts in black paint and 4 movable parts, 2nd half 19th cent., 10x9x23 cm., mounted on black wood, 12x12x3,5 cm., w. copper plate on front of mount "Merkelbach & Co Amsterdam".
- Some damages. Mount sl. rubbed.
- A few parts dam.
- A few parts trifle dam., otherwise fine. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVI.
- Showcase sl. dam., one side of the box w. white stains.
= Models are separately titled on printed tickets below models: "Gesunde Lunge", "Lungenentzündung. Pneunomie", "Lungenkrebs. Carzinoma pulmonis", "Tuberculöse Lunge. (ohne Cavernen)" and "Tuberculöse Lunge. (mit Cavernen)". Marcus Sommer was the founder of 'SOMSO Werktstätten', Sonenberg in 1876. Until now, this family owned company is renowned for their specialisation in anatomical wax models.
- One wax model loose.
= The models are separately titled on printed tickets below models: "Oesophagus (Speiseröhre)", "Ventriculus (Magen)", "Duodenum (Zwölffingerdarm)", "Jejunum (Leerdarm)", "Ileum (Krummdarm)", "Colon (Dickdarm)" and "Rectum (Mastdarm)". Marcus Sommer was the founder of 'SOMSO Werktstätten', Sonenberg in 1876. Until now, this family owned company is renowned for their specialisation in anatomical wax models.
= Skull gives a representation of the blood vessels and nerves (N. trifeminus and N. opticus etc.). Separates into 7 parts: 1. Cranium with coloured vessels and blood supply of the hard meninx; 2. Base of the skull, sectioned medially; 3. Nasal septum removable. The paranasal sinuses and turbinate bones are shown; 4. The frontal sinus can be opened; 5. The maxillary sinus can be opened; 6. The right temporal bone can be taken out and opened. Representation of the bony labyrinths, the semicircular canals, the eardrum and the chain of auditory ossicles. A radial mastoidec-tomy is shown on the left temporal bone; 7. Removable lower jaw and roots of the teeth are exposed (flap). Complete set of teeth. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVI.
- One large repaired (w. glue?) crack; a few sm. dam. spots; partly (dust)soiled. Printed inventory paperpiece on mount. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVI.
- Wax model trifle soiled; sm. tear in wax. Cl. underneath yellowed and sl. (water)stained in corners, not affecting the model; tear in paper title piece on glass case; one wooden rib trifle dam.
-Tear in title-ticket, otherwise very fine.
- Wax model trifle soiled. Cl. underneath yellowed and (water)stained in corners, not affecting the model.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCV.
- A few foxed spots; a few lvs. loosening; vol 2. partly sl. waterstained. Spine-ends sl. worn; foot of spine of vol. 2. dam. = Large paper copy. Bibl. Walleriana 336; Hirsch-H. I, p.91f; Choulant p.113ff.
- Prelim. lvs. reattached. Binding sl. worn.
AND 6 others, i.a. J.J. PRINS, Het menschelijk lichaam (Gron., 1922, (col.) plates, ills., orig. hcl.); P. HARTING, Handboek der vergelijkende ontleedkunde (Tiel, 1854, contemp. hmor.); J.A. FLES, Handleiding tot de stelselmatig beschrijvende ontleedkunde van den mensch (...) (Utr., 1866, ills., contemp. hcl.) and L.S. MEIJER, Het menschelijk lichaam. Atlas der ontleedkunde van den mensch (Zutphen, 1906, (col.) plates and ills., orig. cl.).
- Lacks prob. title-p.; multi-layered plate strenghtened w. sm. piece of tape; htitle sl. browned. Paper ticket on frontcover; corners showing.= Good copy with three extensive handdrawn (in pen and ink) and handcoloured anatomical plates of three different views of the human skull with in contemporary manuscript the latin names. Nicely detailed multi-layered anatomical plates of the eye. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVII.
Ebenhoech, P. De Mensch of hoe ons Lichaam er van binnen uitziet. Amst., Gebr. Graauw, n.d., 8th ed., 24p., 1 col. lithogr. multi-layered anatomical model, 7 woodengr. ills. (1x handcol.), orig. pict. boards.
- Lower hinge weak. Spine strengthened w. paper.
AND 2 others: DR. SCHMIDT. Het Menschelijk Lichaam, zijn Bouw en Zijne Inwendige Organen (Deventer, n.d., col. lithogr. multi-layered anatomical model, num. woodengr. ills., orig. pict. clothbacked boards, 4to. Mediocre copy).; A.E. GILES. Anatomie en Physiologie van de Vrouwelijke Geslachtsorganen en van de Zwangerschap. Ed. A.W.M. van Hees (Amst., n.d., 2nd ed., 15 col. lithogr. multi-layered anatomical models, 9 woodengr. ills., orig. clothbacked boards, 4to).
- Trifle foxed; title-p. sl. fingersoiled. Portfolio worn and soiled; title-piece loosening.
= Interesting and remarkable medical plates. Bibl. Walleriana 1802; Hirsch-H. I, p.677.
- Final vol. lower outer corner of frontcover sl. dam. Fine set.
= Cf. Norman Library 490, note. The reprint in 4to format of Cloquet's folio atlas (publ. 1821-1831). Comprises: I. Ostéologie (59 plates); II. Myologie (36 plates); III. Névrologie (36 plates); IV. Angéiologie (3 parts, 21+15+24 plates); V. Splanchnologie et embryologie (43 plates). Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVII.
- Most plates fine, a few sl. foxed in margins.
= The first anatomical atlas illustrated in lithography, illustrating in 300 plates (the complete atlas) the following subjects: "Osteologie", "Myologie", "Névrologie", "Angiologie", "Splanchnologie" and "Embryotomie". The first edition of this work, started in 1821, was only finished after 1831, and in the mean time, between 1825-1828, the second edition, "augmentée de l'anatomie comparée du cerveau de l'homme, avec les quatre classes d'animaux vertébrés, etc.", was published in instalments. Cf. Garrison/ Morton 409; Wellcome II, 360; Norman 490 (all the ed. 1821-1831). Rare.
- Both vols. w. library stamp on title-p.; corners of pastedown restored; occas. trifle waterstained in lower margin; sl. foxed/ soiled; first few lvs. of vol. I reattached w. paper and sm. tear in title-p. Backstrip sl. (dust)soiled.= Rare. Not in Wellcome; Bibl. Walleriana 2668; Hirsch-H. II, p.250; DSB IV, p.267f: "Oeuvres anatomiques (...) contains most of his papers published in the Mémoires de l'Academie des sciences including the important ones on the circulatory system of the cold-blooded vertebrates". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVII.