First up is my antique gynaecology library, pictured here:
Included in the library are:
Surgery of the Ambulatory Patient, by L. Kraeer Ferguson, 645 Illustrations. 1st edition/date unknown (see pictures 1950s?)
The VD handbook, published by The Handbook Collective, Montreal, 1972
The Birth Control Handbook, 2nd Edition, 2nd Impresasion, The Students' Society of McGill University 1969
The Birth Control Handbook, Revised Edition, 3rd Impression, The Students' Society of McGill University 1970
Physiology and Anatomy, Esther M. Greisheimer, 6th Edition, with 478 illustrations including 52 in colour.J.B. Lippencott & Company. Includes many (compleete) fold-out pages and diagrams. 1950s?
Gynecology for Nurses, by George Gellhorn, 1st edition, with 145 Illustrations, W.B. Saunders & Co. 1930
Public School Physiology and Temperance, by William Nattress, authorized by the education department (ontario) 3rd edition, ~1920?
Uterine Haemorrahage, by Samuel Cameron and John Hewitt, Macmillan Company, ~1915?
The Canadian Mother and Child, by Ernest Couture,director of the child and maternal hygiene division ~1925?
Gynecological Diagnosis and Pathology, by A.H.F. Barbour and B.P. Watson, 2nd edition, with eight colour plates and 202 figures, William Green and Sons, 1914.
Operative Gynecology, By Howard A Kelly, with 11 plates and 703 illustrations, 2nd edition, Appleton and Company, 1906
A pocket Gynecology, S.G. Clayton, 2nd edition, heavily marked up (see photos)
Pathology of Labour the Puerperium and the Newborn, McCormick, date/edition unknown.
I'm looking for $350 US or $400 Canadian for this lot, which includes shipping to wherever you happen to be. That works out to about $30/book. Make me a counter offer if you think that's excessive.
More detailed photos are here if you want to check them out (large images!)