Catalogue 38
Please click below to browse


Martayan Lan Search






To Order or Inquire:
Telephone:
(800) 423-3741
or (212) 308-0018
Fax: (212) 308-0074
E-mail: [email protected]

70 East 55th Street, (Heron Tower)
New York, New York 10022



Items 1 - 5 of 7

Table of Contents | Next 2 Items


Imperial Botany


AMMAN, Johannes. Stirpium rariorum in Imperio Rutheno sponte provenientium icones et descriptiones. St. Petersburg, Academia Scientiarum, 1739.

Two important and generously illustrated botanical works produced by respected Linnaean correspondents at the Imperial Academy of Sciences at St. Petersburg.
$4,850


Click Image for Details





*


EUCLID / CAIANI, Angelo, ed. & tr. I quindici libri degli elementi di Euclide, di greco tradotti in lingua thoscana. Rome, [Antonio Blado Asolano], 1545.

Rare first edition of Euclid extracts in Italian, preceded only by Tartaglia’s translation of 1543, of which it is independent.
$4,500


Click Image for Details





A FOUNDATIONAL WORK IN RENAISSANCE MEDICINE
THE EDITIO PRINCEPS OF HIPPOCRATES’ WORKS


HIPPOCRATES. Opera Omnia. Venice, Aldine Press, May 1526.

A fine and fresh copy of the editio princeps of the Hippocratic corpus, a collection of texts assembled in the third century B.C., including the Hippocratic Oath and many of the foundation texts of western medicine, traditionally attributed to the legendary physician and teacher Hippocrates of Cos.
$95,000


Click Image for Details





“Basis, With Work Of Linnaeus, Of Modern Natural Classification Of Plants.” -- Horblit, 68b


JUSSIEU, Antoine Laurent. Genera Plantarum secundum Ordines Natur ales Disposita, juxta Methodum im Horto Regio Parisiensi Exaratam, Anno MDCCLXXIV. Paris, Widow of Hersaint & Theophile Barrois, 1789.

First edition and fine copy of this work on plant classification which eclipsed all previous taxonomies, and whose general arrangement of families remains current today.
$1,650


Click Image for Details





*


MAGINI, Giovanni Antonio. Novae Coelestium Orbium Theoricae congruentes cum observationibus N. Copernici. Venice, Damiano Zenario, 1589.

First edition of New Theories of the Celestial Orbs Agreeing with the Observations of Copernicus, Magini's principal astronomical treatise.
$11,500


Click Image for Details





Table of Contents | Next 2 Items

Back to the Top