The Principles of Anatomy as Seen in the Hand
By Jones, Frederic Wood
Pp. viii, 417, (1); 143 text-figures (fine line-drawings and some black-and-white photos). Publisher’s original red cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine and stamped in blind on the front cover, 8vo. This volume approaches the anatomy of the hand from an evolutionary perspective. Wood Jones was well trained in comparative primate anatomy. Though the work was originally written for medical doctors, it approaches the anatomy of the hand from a unique evolutionary perspective. Two small signatures of former owners on the front endpaper.
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|Spine on gilt a little dull, some wrinkles to cloth along the spine; a tight copy in very good condition.