Detachable model of human liver

Made:
1895-1905
maker:
Unknown

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Detachable human liver model, made of plaster, part of a life size female anatomical figure, c. 1900.

This life size female anatomical figure is made out of plaster. Half of the figure reveals the subcutaneous structure of the body and panels can be detached to reveal the positions of the internal organs, some of which can in turn be removed.

Details

Category:
Anatomy & Pathology
Object Number:
1986-1135/13
type:
anatomy
credit:
Christie's South Kensington Limited