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    Jean-Martin Charcot Autograph Letter Signed "Charcot." Two pages on a bifolium, 5.25" x 8", Paris, August 22, 1880. In French. Charcot writes, in part: "Madame is seized by an anemia very much accentuated. In addition she has a series of various nervous phenomena and dyspepsia. I recommend to madame to go during the autumn season to spend the winter in the south..." Jean-Martin Charcot (1825-1893) was a French neurologist and professor of anatomical pathology. He has been referred to as the father of French neurology.

    Condition: With old smoothed fold creases and light toning to the paper.


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    November, 2020
    12th Thursday
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