1980S ANATOMICAL TORSO MODEL, WEST GERMANY

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A full sized anatomical torso model with removable organs from West Germany.

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ADOLF ZEIGLER WAX EMBRYO MODEL

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A rare embryo model in wax by Adolf Zeigler on it’s original stand. c.1900.

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AN ENCASED 1950S CAT SKELETON

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SOLD. A 1950s skeleton of a domestic cat in a timber and glass case. Once used in […]

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ANATOMICAL TORSO MODEL

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A late 1960’s torso model with removable organs.

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ANATOMICAL EAR MODEL FROM DEUTSCHES HYGIENE MUSEUM

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A highly detailed and complete anatomical ear model from the 1960s used in educational settings. It’s constructed […]

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ANATOMICAL FULL BODY MODEL

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A c.1960s plaster and papier mache human body model with removable organs, breastplate, arms and legs.

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ANATOMICAL HAND AND ARM MODEL

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A vintage double anatomical model of a full arm and a detailed hand showing bones, ligaments etc.

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ANATOMICAL HEAD FROM THE 1950S

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A 1950s sectioned anatomical head model on a timber stand.

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ANATOMICAL HEART CHART BY DENOYER GEPPERT (USA)

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A beautifully presented chart showing the structure of the heart by medical artist Pauline Lariviere from the […]

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ANATOMICAL MODEL OF THE KIDNEY

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A large vintage model of a cross-section of a human kidney.

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ANATOMICAL TORSO MODEL, DEUTSCHE HYGIENE MUSEUM

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SOLD. A full sized 1960s anatomical torso model with removable organs from the renowned Deutsche Hygiene Museum, […]

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ANTIQUE HYDROMETER

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An 1880s Gilt customs and  excise No. 1 (Sikes) hydrometer by J.J.Hicks, London.

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ART DECO GLASS PANEL ‘CHEMIST’

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A 1930s etched glass panel from a Melbourne chemist shop.

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BELL JARS

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These 1960s laboratory bell jars are in thick glass and have ground glass stoppers. A variety of […]

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BONE MEASUREMENT DEVICE

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A vintage sliding scale bone measuring device used in the field by archaeologists. Oak, c 1950s.

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