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German Anatomic Model of Baby Birthing 1940s

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Anatomic model in plaster and papier mache depicting the baby at birth. Model from the Hygiene Museum in Dresden, 1940s. Very good condition. Table measures 45x35 cm - inches 17.71x13.77. The museum has produced and sold anatomic models and educational materials, i.e. after the WWI, for rebuild its wealth in that difficult period, staging also the Second International Hygiene Exhibition in 1930/1931.

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  • Place of origin
  • Date of manufacture
    1940
  • Dimensions

    H 7.87 in. x W 13.77 in. x D 17.71 in.

    H 19.99 cm x W 34.98 cm x D 44.99 cm

  • Seller location
    Milan, IT
  • Reference number
    LU102021062576

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