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1905 THREE-VOLUME ATLAS WITH DRAMATIC COLOR PLATES OF LIFELIKE MODELS OF DERMATOLOGIC DISEASES FROM GERMAN COLLECTION, WITH ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF TEXT. Three 10 1/2 inches tall hardcover volumes, pebbled leather binding, gilt title to covers and spines, all edges gilt, previous owner ink signature front flyleaf of each volume, no other marks, Vol. I, xii, 82 pp, 47 plates; Vol. II, ix, 181 pp, 45 plates; Vol. III (Supplement), vii, 70 pp, 40 plates. EDUARD JACOBI (1862 - 1915) was Professor and Director of Dermatology, University Clinic of Freiburg. JAMES JOHN PRINGLE (1855 - 1922) graduated in medicine from Edinburgh University in 1876. He then travelled abroad, studying in Dublin, Vienna, Paris and Berlin, studying dermatology in Vienna under Ferdinand von Hebra and Moriz Kaposi, and in Paris under Jean Baptiste Emile Vidal and Jean Alfred Fournier. He settled in London in 1882. From 1888 to 1920, we worked as a dermatologist at the Middlesex Hospital in London. He caught tuberculosis and spent six months of 1903 in a sanatorium. He never fully recovered and, whilst on a trip intended to improve his health, he died at Christchurch, New Zealand. The Portfolio of Dermochromes was first published in 1903, using a four-color process invented by Dr. Albert Albert of Munich, using cast models from the collections of Dr. Jacobi and Dr. Pringle. HEAVY ITEMS REQUIRE EXTRA SHIPPING COSTS--PLEASE INQUIRE BEFORE PLACING ORDER.