Antique Medical Dictionary

Stedman’s Medical Dictionary Published 1925

Antique Medical DictionaryA very hard to find Stedman’s Medical Dictionary published 1925. This medical collectible is old and shows it. There are some handwritten notes on lined paper and a misc document included. The dictionary is beat and worn, pages beat, tape on outer spine, the book looks complete but unverified a couple of pages are coming loose, it definitely has a lot of character from heavy use. This medical collectible is used, sold as a collectible, as is, as shown. Measures 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches approximately.

 

 

 

Antique Medical

Is Reading a Real Book a Vintage Pastime?

It would seem that with the current smart-phones having the ability to do pretty much anything combined with the popularity of the e-Books reading an actual book would have become passé. However there are many including myself that still enjoy the feel and maybe even the smell of a book, turning the pages, using a fancy bookmark and all the little nuances that enhance the enjoyment of a good read. Used books present a tremendous value for the casual or avid reader, student or researcher. In addition to the monetary savings goodness buying a used book is a good green practice. Some may even use older books that are too worn to read for re-purposing into mixed media or altered art.

A place we discovered when looking for a used book is Connie’s Bookshelf. What an unbelievable variety of used and new books priced for the budget conscious. A recent visit to their shop in the Daytona Flea Market proved fruitful. We were impressed with the wide selection of books that were in a logical order and very easy to search through. Connie and Rick who operate this awesome book store are extremely friendly and they know their books.  

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A humor and general interest magazine published from 1883 to 1936. Time founder Henry Luce bought the magazine in 1936 solely so that he could acquire the rights to its name.

The original Life magazine provided a glimpse of Society, Literature, Politics and Drama, combined with humor and exceptional illustrations. The two page centerfolds are prized for their decorative value, each issue includes advertisements.


The famous illustrator, Charles Dana Gibson was associated with this magazine from very early in his career until the demise of the magazine in the early 1930s. Life was the very first customer for Gibson’s drawings. The more recent Life Magazine published by Time Inc. did not begin publication until 1936.

Original, Antique Print Booklet from 1883 (127 years old)
Printed and distributed January 4 1883. Volume 1 Number 1.
A fantastic find with superbly detailed graphics.
Produced by J.A . Mitchell and Edward S. Martin
Really unique 12 page booklet with old ads, little stories,cartoons, and more.
Measures: 4 1/2 ” by 3 1/2″
In excellent condition, no tears, one bend mark on front cover.
Some browning of pages and very slight rust marks left by the staples at the spine.

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Gobs and Landlubbers alike will enjoy this antique tale of being adrift at sea for 13 days.

13 Days Adrift by M.Stanley MacLean,1943 Illustrated Vintage Paperback Book


13 Days Adrift by M.Stanley Maclean 1943

13 Days Adrift by M.Stanley MacLean (1943)

13 Days Adrift – The Experiences OF M.Stanley MacLean (rescued after torpedoed ship ‘East Indian’ Sank off Capetown) 1943, First Edition,  Softcover has some light Age wear. All 40 text pages tot his saga are intact and in very good readable condition for their age, B&W Illustrations.

This Very Scarce self-published war relic is a rare and great find. $25

Great read to add to your private collection. This is a must read sea tale of the extraordinary nature.


Here is some additional information and a picture of the ship that was sunk:

The freighter SS East Indian from Camden NJ. under Captain St. Marie carried a crew of 33, an armed guard of 14, and 10 passengers. On November 3, 1942, she was torpedoed by the German submarine U-181, commanded by Kapitänleutnant Wolfgang Lüth, 275 miles south- west of Cape Town, South Africa. The book offered above is an account of the sinking and the 13 day ordeal of the survivors.