THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EAR, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, of the Natural Size; with a Treatise on the Diseases of that Organ, the Causes of Deafness, and their Proper Treatment. John Cunningham | notes and Saunders, Wm. Price.
THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EAR, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, of the Natural Size; with a Treatise on the Diseases of that Organ, the Causes of Deafness, and their Proper Treatment
THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EAR, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, of the Natural Size; with a Treatise on the Diseases of that Organ, the Causes of Deafness, and their Proper Treatment
THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EAR, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, of the Natural Size; with a Treatise on the Diseases of that Organ, the Causes of Deafness, and their Proper Treatment
THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EAR, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, of the Natural Size; with a Treatise on the Diseases of that Organ, the Causes of Deafness, and their Proper Treatment
THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EAR, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, of the Natural Size; with a Treatise on the Diseases of that Organ, the Causes of Deafness, and their Proper Treatment

THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN EAR, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, of the Natural Size; with a Treatise on the Diseases of that Organ, the Causes of Deafness, and their Proper Treatment

Philadelphia: Benjamin Warner, 1821. Full Leather. Fair binding. Item #5323

Octavo. x, 128 pp., 4 plates. First American Edition from the Second London. Bound in contemporary calf. Spine is desiccated and the leather at the joints is separated but the cords are tentatively holding; spine label is gone. Previous owner name on the preliminary blanks; textblock is toned throughout. The four folding, hand-colored plates are present with only minor closed tears at the intersection of the folds. "Saunders was the first to describe paracentesis in acute middle-ear suppuration" Garrison & Morton 3362.

Price: $500.00