This lovely 19th-Century human skeleton has been articulated with brass wire and fittings. There is some damage to this specimen here-and-there, most of which is evident in the ribcage. This unique skeleton has a very unusual overall appearance; the neck is extremely long, and the ribcage is highly compressed (likely the result of wearing a tight corset for many years). This rare specimen would make a phenomenal display piece, and has a beautiful, aged patina throughout. It would be an incredible addition to any collection.


*This skeleton does not include a stand. There is a threaded rod at the top of the skull, which would allow for easy hanging.


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Human Skeleton #822, 19th-Century