Also called a demonstration skull, this piece was the skull of an individual who was skeletonized after donating their body to medical science as part of the medical osteology trade. This unusually large explanatory skull differs from others in that it does not show any nervous structures. It does have painted segments, however. It is believed to be the work of Wolfgang Degenfelder, a German osteological preparator. It is presumed to be the skull of a middle-age, European male. Now available on the public market, this skull is an ornate preparation, designed to maximize understanding of human anatomy. This skull is a rare and beautiful piece of medical history. Responsibly sourced, beautifully preserved, and thoughtfully selected.
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