Portrait of Schick in three-quarters left profile. Presentation inscription “To Miss Sherwood In appreciation of faithful work and hearty cooperation. Bela Schick. June 30th 26.” By Katz Co.
Published in New York.
Bookplate: Young girl with a flower in her right hand sits on a grassy hillside. Against a mountain backdrop two children carry an oversized crutch. An arch of roses frames the scene with a serpent and bowl on the right and an owl and books below.
Bookplate: A woman is seated in a large armchair holding a child on her lap. The doctor in a white coat leans forward and looks in the child's mouth. A desk lamp with a caduceus base illuminates an open book in the foreground and a book case...
Bookplate: Inscribed in a circle is a male physician examining a female patient's eye. Below is a caduceus superimposed over the letters "R.L." against a backdrop of books and several onion-domed buildings.
Bookplate: A crowned serpent, curled around a caduceus, decorates the elaborate facade of a "gingerbread" house. Patients ring the respective bells of Dr. Oskar Lerperger, an ophthalmologist, and Dr. Anna Lerperger, a pediatrician.
Bookplate: Framed by an elaborate cartouche, a serpent is wound around a heart to form a caduceus. Below the cartouche is a circle divided into equal quarters; in each section is either an animal or a barrel.