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Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751

321 Your Choice

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Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751
Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751
Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751
Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751
Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751
Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751
Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751
Midwifery with Plates by Stubbs, 1751

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 18th century

Condition:

Very Good; rebound, darkening of few pages, minor rubbing to extremities

Materials:

leather/paper

Size:

1.5" L x 5.5" W x 8.38" H

Color/Finish:

red/gilt

Why We Love This

An Essay Towards a Complete New System of Midwifry by John Burton with 18 pull-out copper plates by George Stubbs, renowned 18th century English artist. London: James Hodges, 1751. First Edition. 415 pages. Hardcover, rebound in contemporary red leather and illustrated in black and white. Clean firm with edge darkening of few pages and previous library stamp on title page. An important medial treatise, one of the first discussions of caesarean sections.
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Why We Love This

An Essay Towards a Complete New System of Midwifry by John Burton with 18 pull-out copper plates by George Stubbs, renowned 18th century English artist. London: James Hodges, 1751. First Edition. 415 pages. Hardcover, rebound in contemporary red leather and illustrated in black and white. Clean firm with edge darkening of few pages and previous library stamp on title page. An important medial treatise, one of the first discussions of caesarean sections.

About 321 Your Choice

321 Your Choice offers high quality vintage, antique, and rare books. With more than 15 years experience, customer satisfaction is our number one priority. All items are accurately described and promptly shipped.