Skeletons were articulated for medical students to understand the composition of the human body and the structure of the skeletal system. This piece consists of a skull, spinal column, ribcage, and pelvis. It features the synthetic cartilage on the sternum and restored wirework of the ribcage. Presumably, it is an Adam, Rouilly articulation from the 1920s. The skeleton has experienced water damage from its previous owner, resulting in oxidization of the metal hardware, but has much to provide in the way of anatomical information. It is an educational piece for a bone enthusiast, medical student, or artist to add to their collection.
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