Skull for anatomical studies


from Victorian era (1837-1901) England.

Originally this skull are ex-medical educational sample. Skull cap is unattached and partially broken, repaired with glued paper stripes in 1920-30’s. Original brass strings missing from lower mandible, replaced later with cotton strings. Almost all teeths are missing. Great dark patina. Signs of educational use and handling over many years. Size approx. 15cm x 14cm x 20cm.

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