Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography). Friedrich Heiderich.
Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography)
Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography)
Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography)
Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography)
Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography)
Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography)
Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography)

Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (Stereoscopic Images for Brain-Skull-Topography)

München und Wiesbaden: J. F. Bergmann, 1920. First edition. Softcover. Duodecimo. 16pp. booklet, 15 plates. Original slipcase with decorative stiff wraps and black lettering on pasted down label of cover, containing a booklet and 15 plates.

The brain-scull-topography depicted in this publication are photographs taken with a Zeiss Protar Lens. The images represent models which where produced during examination. They were molded from compounds or gained by plastic reconstruction when unable to be dissected. The models are true-to-life, about one quarter of the natural size of the objects, and are best viewed with a Zeiss Lens Stereoscope.

A regular prism stereoscope produces a slightly exaggerated depth. Stereoscopic pictures are better suited to illustrate form and positioning of complicated structures than regular photographs, they are true-to-life, not schematized. The enclosed booklet provides a description of the objects photographed and is illustrated with three in-text drawings. The fifteen plates (5 1/4 x 7"), stereoscopic photographs (2 3/4 x 5") pasted down, depict various parts of the dissected head with detailed printed descriptions for each object.

Text in German. Slipcase with wear along edges, small chips and minor fraying. Spine partially cracked at front joint. Slipcase rubbed with light staining to cover label. Booklet with light foxing to covers. Light foxing to plates, not affecting images. Overall in good, photographs in very good condition. g to vg. Item #46364

Price: $650.00

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