Fort Worth: Cancer Counseling and Research Center, 1976. First edition. 73 pages.
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New York: Aldine, 1981. First edition. 549 pages.
Kansas City: Andrews and McMeel, 1990. Second impression. 153 pages.
Birmingham: The Classics of Medicine Library, 1984. Privately printed for subscribers; Bound in full leather with all edges gilt, marbled end papers and a marking ribbon; Reprinted from the 1930 edition translated by O. Cameron Gruner; Numbered book-plate with original owner's name laid-in; Also laid in is related booklet Notes...
New York: Augustus M Kelley, 1970. Second edition. Privately printed for subscribers; Bound in full leather with all edges gilt, marbled end papers and a marking ribbon; Reprinted from the 1930 edition translated by O. Cameron Gruner; 612 pages, with folding chart of the Source and Fate of the Four Humours tipped in;.
Hamilton: J. & D. Books, 1993. First edition. 351 pages.
London: Quaritch, N.D., c. 1995. First printing. Antiquarian book catalogue listing 35 items related to Paracelsus; Exceptionally annotated and illustrated including 7 color photgraphs; 55 pages.
Stormill: Mountain of Light, 2001. Second edition. 162 pages.
New York: Quadrangle, 1977. First edition. 338 pages.
Springfield: Charles C Thomas, 1975. First edition. 495 pages.
Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1977. First edition. 409 pages.
London: Macmillan, 1913. First printing. 510 pages with frontis engraving.
1987. 132 pages.
St. Gallen: Zollikofer, 1945. First printing. A short essay on the life and the main works of this great physician, scientist and philosopher; 95 pages plus fold-out map titled The Great Peregrination of Paracelsus.
Orange: Chapman University Albert Schweitzer Institute, 2007. First printing. Ess and phtos by Donal Desfor; Preface and essay "Affirming Reverence forLife" by Marvin Meyer and essay "At Work in Africa with Albert Schweitzer" by Louise Jilek-Aall; 74 pages.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1979. Second edition. 154 pages.
New York: Parabola, 1978. First edition. 136 pages.
New York: Hawthorne Books, 1976. First edition. 228 pages.
New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1908. Fifth.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1940. First edition. Considered the first medical book of the Americas. Introduction, Translation and Annotations by Emily Walcott Emmart; Foreword by Henry E. Sigerist; 341 pages, including 118 color plates of the original manuscript.
Irving: 1990. First edition. 376 pages.
Springfield: Charles C Thomas, 1966. First edition. 138 pages.
Harper Collins, 1991. First printing. 170 pages.
London: Mac Keith Press, 1994. 'New Edition'. Clinics in Developmental Medicine No. 133; Foreword by Jean Aicardi; 182 pages.
Philadelphia: ASTM, 1990. 60 pages.