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Scientist, Scholar & Scoundrel

Scientist, Scholar & Scoundrel: A Bibliographical Investigation of the Life and Exploits of Count Guglielmo LibriBy Jeremy M. Norman
$35.00

A bio-bibliographical account of the life and exploits of the notorious Count Guglielmo Libri (1802-69), mathematician, journalist, patriot, historian of science, paleographer, book collector, bibliographer, antiquarian bookseller, forger and book thief. Learn more »

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Sir William Osler: An Annotated Bibliography with Illustrations

Sir William Osler: An Annotated Bibliography with Illustrations Edited By Richard L. Golden, M.D.
& Charles G. Roland, M.D.
$150.00

The extensive list of bibliographic entries enhanced by the captioned illustrations make this book the definitive Osler bibliography for scholars and collectors of Osler’s writings. Learn more »

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Origins of Cyberspace: A Library on the History of Computing, Networking and Telecommunications

Origins of Cyberspace: A Library on the History of Computing, Networking and Telecommunications Diana H. Hook and
Jeremy M. Norman
With contributions by Michael R. Williams
$500.00

Origins of Cyberspace describes the Jeremy Norman library of technical reports, books, pamphlets, blueprints, typescripts, manuscripts, photographs, and ephemera on the history of computing and computer-related aspects of telecommunications, from the early seventeenth century to about 1969. Learn more »

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Tomash set

The Erwin Tomash Library on the History of Computing. An Annotated and Illustrated Catalog. Erwin Tomash & Michael R. Williams.
$600.00

This extensively annotated catalogue with approximately 4000 illustrations describes the library formed by computing pioneer Erwin Tomash of over 3000 books and manuscripts on the history of mathematics and computation issued between 1180 and 1955. Learn more »

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The Haskell F. Norman Library of Science and Medicine. Deluxe Edition
Diana H. Hook & Jeremy M. Norman
$5000.00

The first bibliographical catalogue to offer complete annotated descriptions, with full collations, paginations, and plate counts for the first editions of the great classics of science and medicine from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries. More than six years in the writing, this catalogue provides the most authoritative descriptions of the 2,595 works collected by Haskell F. Norman over four decades. Special attention has been paid to bibliographical variants and states, to association and presentation copies, and to bindings. There are comprehensive indexes to authors, subjects, artists, binders and provenance. The deluxe edition was issued in 30 sets hand-bound in Nigerian goatskin, signed by Dr. Norman, the authors & designer, with additional illustrations & supplementary material, in a cloth drop-back case. Learn more »

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Michael Wilcox Handbound Edition
No longer available

The five sets which were bound by the world-famous designer binder, Michael Wilcox, have been sold. Learn more »

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A Bibliography of the Writings of Dr William Harvey 1578–1657

A Bibliography of the Writings of Dr William Harvey 1578–1657 Geoffrey Keynes
$95.00

Third edition, revised by Gweneth Whitteridge and Christine English. Revised and updated edition of the standard bibliography of Harvey’s works, with a new introduction and revised census of holdings. Learn more »

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Morton’s Medical Bibliography

Morton’s Medical Bibliography
Jeremy M. Norman, Editor
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Describes, with brief annotations, the first or most important editions of significant book-form or journal article contributions to Western medical knowledge, from the ancient world up to about 1980. Secondary sources are covered to 1990. With 8927 entries. Learn more »

Sir Kenelm Digby, F. R. S. An Annotated Bibliography

Sir Kenelm Digby, F. R. S.
An Annotated Bibliography
Davida Rubin
$125.00

Based on the collection of the late K. Garth Huston, Sr., this is the first complete annotated bibliographical study of the writings of Sir Kenelm Digby (1603-1665), one of the most celebrated figures in 17th-century English court life, politics, diplomacy naval warfare, science, and bibliophily. Learn more »

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