BLACKWELL, ELIZABETH, M.D
Collection of photographs. Various places, Late 19th and early 20th centuries
A collection of rare photorgaphs of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell.
on hold: $2,400
A Collection Of Books On Einstein from the library of Queen Elisabeth of Belgium. Various publishers, 1954 and later
Queen Elisabeth of the Belgians (1876-1965) was a patron of the arts and sciences and a friend to a number of leading scientists. During the Second world War she used her connections in Germany to save hundreds of Jewish children from deportation by the Nazis. Her decades-long friendship with Einstein is well-known.
the collection: $1,800
“I like this photograph much better than any other which has been taken of me.” – Darwin on the Cameron portrait(DARWIN, CHARLES.) Cameron, Julia Margaret
Charles Darwin. London, London, 
THE GREAT DARWIN PORTRAIT, Julia Margaret Cameron’s 1868 portrait of Darwin is probably the most famous photograph of a 19th-century scientist. Darwin remarked, “I like this photograph much better than any other which has been taken of me.”
ADAMS ,JOHN COUCH
An Explanation of the Observed Irregularities in the Motion of Uranus, on the Hypothesis of Disturbances caused by a more Distant Planet. London: Published by the Society, 1847.
The discovery of Neptune is highlighted by two singular features: that its existence was correctly surmised on a theoretical prediction, and the contention between its contemporaneous discoverers, British astronomer John Adams and French mathematician Urbain Le Verrier.
The Psychological Portrait: Marcel Sternberger’s Revelations in Photography. Foreword by Phillip Prodger.. New York: Skira Rizzoli, 2016
First edition, one of 100 copies of the Deluxe Estate Edition, signed and numbered by the author and accompanied by your choice of one of four 8 x 10 inch archival pigment photographs (Einstein, Freud, Shaw, or Kahlo).