Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. FIRST EDITION. Signature on front free end paper; A FINE CLOTH COPY in very good dust jacket in Mylar protector. Frontispiece and additional illustrations. [xiii], 485 pages. Tall octavo.
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LA: Clark Memorial Library, 1966. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Two articles: Debus' Renaissance Chemistry and the Work of Robert Fludd and Multhauf's Some Nonexistent Chemists of the Seventeenth Century: Remarks on the Use of the Dialogue in Scientific Writing. 53 pages. 8vo.
Science History Publications, 1977. FIRST EDITION. No marking or defects; light edge rubbing; A VERY GOOD OR BETTER SET. With thirty three plates. Bibliography. Vol. I: [xv], 294 pages. Vol. II: 312 pages, indexed. Octavo.
Science History Publications, 1977. FIRST EDITION. No marking or defects; A VERY GOOD or better cloth set. With thirty three plates. Bibliography. Vol. I: [xv], 294 pages. Vol. II: 312 pages, indexed. Octavo.
New York: Science History Publications [Neale Watson], 1970. FIRST EDITION. A Very Good+ Premium Cloth copy in dust jacket. Three seventeenth century works printed in facsimile along with Debus' opening introduction and commentary. [iv], 67 pages, [267 pp. Facsimiles]. Tall 8vo.
UK: Jeremy Mills, 2004. Tall oversize volume in text wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. More than 25 selections of the best work offered in Ambix, the Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry. 4to. 543 pages.
London: Heinemann, 1972. FIRST EDITION. A VERY GOOD+ SET in slipcase. Illustrations. Bibliography. Frontispiece. V. I: 275 pages, V. II: 338 pages. Splendid material, particularly on Van Helmont and the French Paracelsians.
London / Toronto: Folger Books, 1988. FIRST EDITION. A Fine Premium Cloth Volume in fine dust jacket. Superb selection of articles by Copenhaver, Debus, Walker, Faivre, and Dobbs. 438 pages. Royal octavo.