Corporis Humani Anatomiae [Two Volumes in One – Bound with: Supplementum anatomicum sive anatomiae corporis humani liber secundus]. With 46 plates / medical engravings.
Editio secunda. Two Volumes in One (complete). Bruxelles / Brussels, Fratres t’Serstevens, 1710. Quarto (17 cm x 20 cm). Volume I: Frontispice, , 400 pages / Volume II: XV, 428,  pages. Hardcover / Original, contemporary parchment. Plates complete and with some general browning. Besides a minor discoloration to the frontboard, in very good condition of one of the most important anatomical compendiums of the 17th and 18th century, effectively replacing Bartholinus. with only minor signs of external wear. Three signs of previous owners through the centuries (Bookplate of H C Lohmann / Manuscript entry by Joh. Caspar Metzger on the titlepage and manuscript ownership-entry from the 18th century by one Christopher Horden to pastedown.
[Garrison & Morton is listing Verheyen’s Compendium on Anatomy under No. 388: “This work was widely used for some years after publication, superseding [Thomas] Bartholin in popularity”. Garrison/Morton also mention a similar version of our second edition, printed in Louvain, with supplement, 2 vols., 1706-12].