Lot 393    

White's Physiological Manikin
2010, American History, Including the Civil War, June 11
produced by James T. White & Co., New York in 1889. Consisting of two folding panels, each containing a half of the human body. Chromolithographed sheets that lift to reveal different components and layers of the human anatomy, varying from male to female. Each panel 34.5 x 24 in. When opened, measuring 69 x 24 in. overall.

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Some minor breaking up at the binding of the panels. Slightly dirty and foxed in areas, but overall, the construction has held up remarkably well.
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