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    Fielding H. Garrison. INSCRIBED/LIMITED. The Principles of Anatomic Illustration Before Vesalius: An Inquiry into the Rationale of Artistic Anatomy. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, 1926. First edition, limited to 100 copies. Inscribed by the author as "F.H.G." Octavo. Publisher's binding and Mylar jacket. Labels on front panel and spine panel of Mylar jacket. Some rubbing on covers and extremities. Light sunning on spine. Front joint cracked, front hinge broken. Small hole in rear joint. Light to moderate foxing on sheets and plates. Page 47-48 separating, over-opened with spine cloth exposed at p. 48. Fair or better.

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    December, 2015
    10th Thursday
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