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ENgraving: Anatomical/old bones--Paolo Mascagni's (1755-1815)

General zoology, or Systematic natural history,. London,Printed for G. Kearsley,1800-1826..

Florence, 1833. Overprinted and hand colored copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine Paolo Mascagni (1755-1815) [anatomist] Antonio Serantoni (1780-1837) [artist] Mascagni developed new methods of anatomical preservation, made important contributions to the understanding of human lymphatics, and produced a comprehensive and unprecedented series of brilliantly colored, oversized, anatomical plates.

Atlas danatomie compare des invertbrs

Phasianelle, Bulimoïde / Phasianelle, Ventrue / Turbo Marbré from "Travel Discoveries of Astrolab 1826-1829, under the command of Cap. Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville", 1833

1852 Antique rare anatomy engraving original by LyraNebulaPrints.

1852 vintage print of vertebrae antique by LyraNebulaPrints, $25.95

Anatomical chart from Cyclopaedia, 1728, volume 1, between pages 84 and 85. Chambers, Ephraim, 1680

Section of an Echinodermata

World without water. (Den Aardkloot van water ontbloot, na twee zijden aante sien.) Dutch, 1690.