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Mortitans Cranial Jig
These devices were used by surgeons as well as morticians. This example is hinged and the sides fold up next to the top bow. The plaster skull is also included to display the device. This 1920s skull was used as a teaching aid for medical students through the formative years of plastic surgery.
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