19th Century Wax Anatomical “Half and Half” Models

How I wish I could visit the Science Museum of London to see these incredible wax anatomical figures, originally created circa 1810-1830.

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8 Responses to “19th Century Wax Anatomical “Half and Half” Models”

  1. It’s curious how the females head is half exposed but the gentleman’s hat is in tact.

    • Review by for Rating: Help! This book made me into the class know it all . I’m in school sattring my second career and I need to know anatomy. I was suppose to learn it for my first career but it never stuck. After reading Dr. Dimon’s book I’m finding I know more than I thought I could know and it has been so easy. I’m begining to understand the intelligence of our design and the names of all the bones and muscles just flow out or me, (and I haven’t even made an effort to memorized them).

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