Collection / Curiosities
1908 Antique ANIMAL ANATOMY print , body parts of mamals, bat skeleton, skull, brain, internal organs, zoologist art lithograph
Hobo Nickels. The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The term hobo nickel is generic, as carvings have been made from many different denominations. Due to its low cost and portability, this medium was particularly popular among hobos, hence the name.
Reliquaries of Spirits Past
Coming to the Shop Tomorrow : Sarah Anne Lawless
Prehistoric Sea Turtle: Archelon
Curiosities Display Idea
Cabinet of Curiosities: Andy Paiko
Leaf insects, found in rain-forest canopies of tropical Asia, Rosamond Purcell
Body Mask (Det), mid-20th century Asmat people, Ambisu village, New Guinea, Papua (Irian Jaya) Province, Indonesia Wood, fiber, leaves, paint
(Ancient Alien Skull Carbon dated at 1200 AD. ) The Sealand Skull is about one and a half times larger than a male Homo sapiens cranium. Especially the eye sockets contribute to its size. Its smooth surface reveals that the creature was adapted to cold climate, and its relative eye size that it was either a night creature, lived underground or on a planet orbiting a remote or dim star, probably an orange or red dwarf.
The Sealand Skull (carbon-dated around 1200 A.D.) is about one and a half times larger than a male Homo Sapiens cranium. Especially the eye sockets contribute to its size. Its smooth surface reveals that the creature was adapted to cold climate, and its relative eye size that it was either a night creature, lived underground or?
The Four Seasons sculpture by Philip Haas
The Four Seasons, Giant Head Sculptures Representing the Seasons
Fact of the Day: Craniometers are highly specialised devices used for specific comparative measurements of skull size. This rare and beautiful example dates back to 19th century Germany. (Copyright: radio-guy) ~~ www.facebook.com/... ~~ www.twitter.com/...
trade card 1865
Burdock Blood Bitters | Sheaff : ephemera
Skulls of the American flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber), presented to the Academy by Thomas B. Wilson in 1846.
Shell Cameo Brooch Of Dancing Horae (Mythological Hours) Around A Central Clock, In 14k Gold Frame - American c.1901-1925