De Oculis eorumque Egritudinibus et Curis [1474]. Translated with Notes and Illustrations from the First Printed Edition, Ferrara, 1474 A. D., by Casey Wood.

Stanford University, California: Stanford University Press, 1929. Presentation copy, signed by the translator on the title-page, and with inscriptions on both front and back fly-leaves: "To marjorie Fyufe from hers affectionately The Translator. London, July 8/30"; "To Marjorie Fyfe from her affectionate Uncle the Translator--London, July 7, 1930." xiii, 97 pp, Very good in partially browned slipcase. Original boards. Octavo. Facsimile plates. Item #13846

Garrison-Morton 5816 (citing 1st Latin ed., 1474): "The earliest printed book on ophthalmology. Grassus was the most celebrated ophthalmic surgeon of the Middle Ages."

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