Antikamnia Chemical Company Skeleton Figures

Oh Victorian Trading Co., you’ve outdone yourself! The purveyors of new goods with antique style are now producing figurines from the Antikamnia Chemical Company Calendars (which I was certain I posted about but cannot find here at the moment).

Skeleton Diagnosis
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These skeleton figurals are inspired by the watercolour artistry of 19th c. illustrator Louis Crucius, commissioned to create a calendar for the company in 1898.

Dr. Death
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Clown
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I do plan to frame some calendar images at some point, and while nobody needs Antikamnia figurines, I think they’d make a fine addition to the home.

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2 Responses to “Antikamnia Chemical Company Skeleton Figures”

  1. Awww, they’re so cute! I like Doctor Death the best.

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      The description on the product page for the first skeleton is great: “A concerned physician who should probably consider retirement ponders his medicinal choices.”

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