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Viscera of Human Body

Slide 14 of Human physiology popularly explained: or, the house we live in (lecture: York & Son, 52 slides, in/before 1888)

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum Collection – reproduced by permission.
Digital image copyright © 2014 Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter.

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artist: FURNEAUX, William  (1855-1940)

Type of image
drawing / painting / print
Dimensions
height 3.25 inches (8.3 cm), width 3.25 inches (8.3 cm)
(all dimensions are nominal; individual examples of this slide may have varied slightly from these values).
Material(s)
glass / paper
Production process
photography, on glass substrate
Related slide

same image as unnumbered slide from [RAMM Collection: human physiology -- digestive organs] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 13 slides, in/before 1919)

Notes
The image has a small monogram 'WF' on the left thigh, which is presumed to indicate William Furneaux.
Collections

Example in Royal Albert Memorial Museum Collection, item 89/1919/5  (1919-  )

Lucerna ID  5042521

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 9 March 2014

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