|Second edition, revised, German-language issue (a French-language issue appeared simultaneously in Paris printed by Baillière).|
"First atlas of the fundus. The author was an assistant to Helmholtz at the time of the invention of the ophtalmoscope. The work is illustrated with reproductions of his own paintings"(G-M).
|* G-M 5892 (for the 1st ed. Berlin 1863). Waller 5802 (1st ed. 1863).|