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Tibia, Fibula, foot and toes: Anterior view of muscles and ligaments with detail of ankle joint Plate LII.
Epidermis, dermis and hypodermis: Educational study with further anatomical diagrams including the capillary system.
Skeleton of a Sea Tortoise, Thornback Ray and Pike’s head.
Skull: Anterior and Basilur view, Internal Basilur of Carnium, Vertical section, Fetal skull, and vertebra, patella and femor. Plate IV.
Skeleton and fourth order of muscles by Jan Wandelaar: Posterior view with Clara, the Indian Rhinoceros.
Circulation of the Blood with details of Brain, Heart and Vessels
Heart: Diagram of the heart and arterial systems.
Male Posterior musculature. With Key.
Brain: Diagram with key after the first neuroanatomist Humphrey Ridley
Ankle and foot: Anterior view of muscles and ligaments with two details of ankle joint. Plate LIV
Skeleton of a Rabbit, Mole, Armadillo and Chameleon.
Skeleton with details of the head, spine and bone.
Brain: Cerebrum and Durer mater. Plate LXIX
Skeleton of a Eagle, Swan, Ostrich and Crane.
Myology: Posterior view of third layer of muscles. With key.
Skeleton: Anterior view. With details of hand and foot. With key.
Spine, Ribs and Pelvis: With details of vertebra and rib. Plate LXXVI
Heart, Pericardium and Lungs: Showing the pulmonary artery and aorta. Plate IX
Lateral dissection from neck to groin. Detailing ribs and intestines.
Acupunctura Japonum: With illustrations of a figure illustrating acupoints, needles and storage box.
Shoulder and forearm: Anterior view of shoulder and bicep, lateral view of forearm and hand with muscles, arteries and veins. Plate XX.
Sound and Hearing (1-6), Ear (7), Musical Sounds (8-9), Musical Instruments (10-20). With Key.
Neck, jaw and skull: Ligaments, nerves and muscles. Two diagrams. Plate LXXII.
Central Nervous System: Spinal Cord (C), Theca vertabralis (d), Ligamentum (e). With five structure details around the Occipital bone (A), Cerebellum (B), Corpus denttatum (D), Corpus Tuber annulare (E). Plate LXVI.
Back and Neck: External Oblique muscles. Plate XXXIII.
Brain: Lateral left hemisphere of Cerebrum(A), Medullary matter (E), Inferior longitudinal sinus (G) Margin of the Cranium (Y). Plate LVIII
Anterior view of third layer of muscles. With key.
Myology: Four anterior and posterior figures showing the third and fourth muscle layers.
Lateral dissection from neck to groin. Detailing internal organs including the heart.
Skeleton: Posterior view of a gesturing skeleton.
Skeleton of a Bear and Chimpanzee.
Skeleton: Male anterior skeleton. With Key.
Legs. Showing veins on the front and back of legs.
Brain: Cerebrum (a), Cerebellum (B), Pia Mater (E) Crurra Cerebi (G) and nerves and arteries. Plate LXIV
Skeleton and fourth order of muscles by Jan Wandelaar: Anterior view with Clara, the Indian Rhinoceros.
Heart: Five views of the exterior and interior of the heart and its place in the body. Plate X.
Skeleton of a Hedgehog, Lizard, Fog, Bat, Crocodile and dog.
Stomach and Intestines: Educational study of the stages of disease in the stomach and intestines of habitual drinkers.
Phrenology. Franz Gall and Johann Spurzheim’s division of the faculties of the brain. Key available.
Cardiovascular and Central Nervous Systems: Educational study of a male with key to nerves, veins, arteries and muscles.