Philadelphia and New York: Lea Brothers & Co., 1898. Leather. Octavo size, 603 pp. Good. Item #14092002
Illustrated With 388 Engravings and Two Colored Plates (per title page). A comprehensive treatise on "modern" dentistry in the late 19th century, the author has divided this work into seven sections: General Pathology, Anatomy and Development, Affections of Enamel and Dentin, Diseases of the Dental Pulp, Diseases of the Pericementum, Diseases/Disorders/Infections, and Dental Pharmacology.
___DESCRIPTION: Brown leather binding, black leather spine labels with gilt lettering, plain endpapers, title page in red and black, black and white illustrations scattered throughout the text, 12-page Index at the back, pagination: (1-4), 5-587, 16 pp. publishers ads at rear.
___CONDITION: Overall the volume is very good, with a strong, square text block, the interior is clean and bright, the only prior owner markings are a name and address written in flowing script on the front free endpaper. We are grading as good only due to the hinges starting and overall edgewear/rubbing to the leather binding and rubbing to the corners, leather spine labels still present and firmly attached, two color plates present as called for (opposite pages 73 and 91).
___POSTAGE: Please note that this is an unusually heavy book and additional postage may apply, please contact seller for details; we are happy to ship at cost.
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