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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.
Animal Anatomy: Skeleton of a Rabbit with a decorative border.
Head and Throat: With arteries and veins. Plate XVII
Brain: Lateral left hemisphere of Cerebrum(A), Medullary matter (E), Inferior longitudinal sinus (G) Margin of the Cranium (Y). Plate LVIII
Vascular (Circulatory) System. Details of arms, legs and abdominal cavity.
Skeleton: Posterior view of skeleton at 5ft5 with the femur, patella, tibia and fibula of a skeleton nearly 8 ft.
St Bernard, fold out Canine Anatomy. Showing the skeletal, circulatory, musculature and nervous systems with details of major organs.
Vascular (Circulatory) System. Male figure with basic details of the system, and explanatory notes beneath.
Four anterior and posterior figures showing the first and second muscle layers.
Elementary Physiology: Brain and Nervous System with details of Brain, Heart and Nerves.
Nerves, ducts and arteries. Five diagrams. Plate LXXV.
Heart, Pericardium and Lungs: Showing the pulmonary artery and aorta. Plate IX
Skeleton: Male anterior skeleton. With Key.
Lungs and Viscera: Plate LXXXIV
Skeleton: Anterior view of torso. With key.
Phrenology. Franz Gall and Johann Spurzheim’s division of the faculties of the brain. Key available.
Lymphatic system. Plate C
Organs of digestion and Assimilation, with details of the oesophagus, stomach and intestine
Hempisheres of the Cerebrum (A) Cerebellum (B), Spinal Cord (C) and Durer Mater (D). Plate LX.
Pterodacttylus longirostris: Found in Jurassic slate at Eichstadt, Germany. With key
Central Nervous System: Anterior view of male figure with detail of nerves, and the spine and brain.
Four anterior and posterior figures showing the third and fourth muscle layers.
Plesiosaurus Dolichodeirus: Fossil from the Lias (early Jurassic) of Street near Glastonbury Somerset.
Epidermis, dermis and hypodermis: Epidermis: Educational study with further anatomical diagrams including the capillary system.
Skeleton: In the stance of the Venus de’ Medici with a dolphin at her feet. With key.
Animal Anatomy: Ostrich.
Spine: With details of the Backbone, Pelvis and Ribs.
Myology: Anterior view of the first layer of muscles. With key.
Brain: Cerebrum (a), Cerebellum (B), Pia Mater (E) Crurra Cerebi (G) and nerves and arteries. Plate LXIV
Skeleton: Posterior view of a gesturing skeleton.
Hempisheres of the Cerebellum (B), Centrum ovale Vieussenni (E) and Spinal Cord (C). Plate LIX.
Muscles, nerves and glands. Four diagrams. Plate LXXVI
Skeleton: Laying on a table with ornate border.
Animal Anatomy: Skeletons of a Weasel and Rat with a decorative border.
Skull: Anterior and Basilur view, Internal Basilur of Cranium, Vertical section, Fetal skull, and vertebra, patella and femor. Plate IV.
Comparative Anatomy: Skeleton of a Bear and Chimpanzee.
Stomach and Intestines: Educational study of the stages of disease in the stomach and intestines of habitual drinkers.
Spine, Ribs and Pelvis: With details of vertebra and rib. Plate LXXVI
Male, female and fetal pelvis, and coccyx detail. Plate III.
Skeleton: Posterior view of torso. With key.
Elementary Physiology: Structure of the eye and optic nerve with details.
Animal Anatomy: Skeleton of sleeping Lion with ornate border.
Paleontology: Pterodactylus, Dapedius, Icthyosarus, Teleosaurus, Plesiosaurus macrocephalus and dolichodeirus.
Lateral dissection from neck to groin. Detailing internal organs including the heart.
Life size anterior view.
Elementary Physiology: Skin, Hair and Excretory Organs and Glands with details.
An anterior, posterior and kneeling skeleton with details of parts of the pelvic structure
Central Nervous System: Educational study with diagram and key to the spinal, cranial, and sympathetic nerves.
PAIR. Skeleton and fourth order of muscles by Jan Wandelaar. Posterior view with Clara, the Indian Rhinoceros who became a celebrity throughout Europe.
Tibia, Fibula, Ankle, Foot and Toes: Anterior view of muscles and ligaments with detail of ankle joint Plate LII.
Comparative Anatomy: Skeleton of a Eagle, Swan, Ostrich and Crane.
Viscera: Stomach, Spleen, Pancreas and Digestive and Urinary systems. With key.
Animal Anatomy: Sea Turtle.
PAIR. Skeleton and fourth order of muscles by Jan Wandelaar. Anterior view with Clara, the Indian Rhinoceros who became a celebrity throughout Europe.
Myology: Posterior view of the first layer of muscles. With key.
Kui siu Kagami Urendorum locorum Speculum. Showing more than 60 acupoints for the treatment of a variety of ailments
Viscera (Internal Organs). Showing the Heart, Lungs and other organs of the chest and abdomen.
Lymphatic System: Details of the the system in the legs, arms, trunk and throat.
Heart: Diagram of the heart and arterial systems.
Skeleton of child with the skull of a horse. With key.
Comparative Anatomy: Skeleton of a Rabbit, Mole, Armadillo and Chameleon.
Myology: Four anterior and posterior figures showing the third and fourth muscle layers.
Megatherium: Two skeletal views of a giant ground sloth.
Myology: Anterior view of male figure.
Foot: Bones of the foot with detail of the hallux and long toe. With key.
Myology: Posterior view of third layer of muscles. With key.
Ankle and Foot: Anterior view of muscles and ligaments with two details of ankle joint. Plate LIV
Animal Anatomy: Skeleton of a Chameleon with a decorative border.
Myology: Second layer of muscles. Posterior and anterior.
Hemispheres of the Cerebrum (A), Tentorium Cerebelli (D), Dura Mater (Y) and Sinus (X) Plate LVII.
Elementary Physiology: Structure of the ear with details.
Legs:. Anterior and posterior view of venous system.
Comparative Anatomy: Skeleton of a Sea Tortoise, Thornback Ray and Pike’s head.
Myology: Posterior view of male figure.
Two views of the patellofemoral joint. Plate XLIX.
Arm: Posterior and anterior view of the scapula, humerus, radius, ulna and hand.
Male Anterior musculature. With Key.
Animal Anatomy: Skeletons of a Sparrow and Bat with a decorative border.
Cervical Spine and Jaw: Ligaments, nerves and muscles. Two diagrams. Plate LXXII.
Hand: Bones of the hand with detail of the carpal bones. With key.
Brain: Cerebrum and Durer mater. Plate LXIX
Great Mastodon. Full skeleton.
Lateral dissection from neck to groin. Detailing ribs and intestines.
Skeleton: In the stance of the Belvedere Apollo with a quiver of arrows at his feet. The arrows of Apollo brought healing or disease. With key.
Mastodon: Mastodon giganteum. Lateral view of a Mastodon skeleton with details of the teeth.
Elementary Physiology: Skeleton with details of the head, spine and bone.
Calf, ankle and foot. Anterior view of arteries, veins, nerves and muscles. Plate XXVIII.