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    A picture of a boy named George, in a frilly dress. The basket he's holding contains bay leaves, which in the Victorian language of flowers means "I change but in death". His twin sister died and his parents wanted a keepsake of her so this was the nearest they could get. I imagine they found comfort in it and it was quite common at the time, although it's awfully odd.


    Swedish Hustomte: The Naturally mummified body of a swedish "Hustomte" or housegnome. dated 1866 ~Hustomten comes from scandinavian folklore and is a gnome that is said help the farmer and cares for the lifestock, he has a fierce temperament and is very traditional. If he gets upset he will bring misery to the household ~The label reads- "This litte housegnome was found by my father, Jan Peter Peterson, in the winter of 1866 inside the old barn wall. He was already lifeless ~by Jacob Petersson *


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    The Naturalist's Cabinet of Wonders. Definately not decorating for the "faint-hearted."

    Three preserved human fetuses, presented in an antique display cabinet. The first is an altogether healthy fetus, the second suffers Polymelia, six arms, and the final, suffers a rare infection of the Shope papilloma virus, which causes of series of horn like growths in the forehead. These three are part of a large collection of human specimens, afflicted with various genetic diseases. more photographs -

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    Introducing Anatomical Barbie. Good thing SHE'S A DOLL!

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