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System of Ophthalmology; Vol. VI Ocular Motility and Strabismus

£40.00

Product description

The book is volume 6 of the 15 volume set entitled "System of Opthalmology". It covers mobility of the eyes and conditions and diseases which can affect it. It is well illustrated with monochrome drawings, photographs and reproductions of works of art.

The plain buff coloured paper dust jacket is complete, but has small tears and folds at top and bottom and carries stains on all surfaces. The front and spine carry the title, first author and publisher in black print. The front fold-in carries a list of the titles comprising the set in black print.

The plain dark red cloth covers are clean and free from damage. The spine carries the title, first author and publisher in gold print. The binding is complete and all pages appear to be free from damage and clean apart from the front free end-paper which carries the name of a previous owner in blue ink.

Item details

Author(s):
Duke-Elder, Sir Stewart and Wybar, Kenneth
Condition:
Very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0853137765
Publisher:
Henry Kimpton, London

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About this item

The book is volume 6 of the 15 volume set entitled "System of Opthalmology". It covers mobility of the eyes and conditions and diseases which can affect it. It is well illustrated with monochrome drawings, photographs and reproductions of works of art.

The plain buff coloured paper dust jacket is complete, but has small tears and folds at top and bottom and carries stains on all surfaces. The front and spine carry the title, first author and publisher in black print. The front fold-in carries a list of the titles comprising the set in black print.

The plain dark red cloth covers are clean and free from damage. The spine carries the title, first author and publisher in gold print. The binding is complete and all pages appear to be free from damage and clean apart from the front free end-paper which carries the name of a previous owner in blue ink.

Author(s):
Duke-Elder, Sir Stewart and Wybar, Kenneth
Condition:
Very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0853137765
Publisher:
Henry Kimpton, London

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