Vintage Large Human Head, Mouth And Throat Anatomical Poster Chart

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Vintage Large Human Head, Mouth And Throat Anatomical Poster Chart

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This stunning anatomical chart was manufactured by A.J. Nystrom & Co. of Chicago Illinois, the U.S.'s oldest publisher of educational maps, globes and geographical materials.

Monsieur Guy Rouilly originally worked for his father’s company manufacturing and supplying architectural fittings. Rouilly took over the business in 1918 with a Mr Adam and changed the name to Adam Rouilly.

Whilst visiting a customer, he found a human skull which he took to the Middlesex Hospital Medical School just down the road from the business' premises. Asked if he could provide more skulls, Rouilly was quick to realise that there was a demand for medical teaching material.

Shortly afterwards his line of business took an entirely different direction when he began importing skeletons, anatomical models and lay figures, and as they say, the rest is history.

Becoming more and more popular for the decoration of homes and businesses rather than to educate, these beautiful pieces are works of art in their own right and are sure to instantly transform any blank wall into a fashionable and striking space.

This particular chart has come from a Mortuary, while admittedly a little macabre only makes this piece more desirable and interesting.

Providing a fascinating, artistic look into the workings of the human body, we're totally jealous of whoever purchases this stunning piece.

With staining, fading, small holes and some wear to the edges all round, this chart has all the wear and tear you'd expect and want from an item of this age and nature. The charts came to us covered in a chalky dust, we have cleaned as best we can simply using a dry duster, not wanting to harm or ruin the printed paper. Although the worst has been removed the charts still possess a slight chalky texture.

Measuring approximately 194cm tall and 108cm wide with a pole diameter of 2cm.

With more designs in stock, be sure to check out our other listings.

Width: 108.0 cm
Height: 194.0 cm
Depth: 2.0 cm

Estimated Time: Less than one week

Delivery times vary depending on each item. If we can box it, we try and aim to do so and dispatch the item the very same day.

For larger items, we ask that you get in touch with your post code so we can request quotes from our couriers. Larger items usually take between 7 and 14 days to be delivered depending on the driver's routes.

For any queries, please feel free to get in touch.

This item will be shipped from Carlisle, United Kingdom.
If you want to save on delivery costs, this item is available for collection.
We offer a 14-day return policy. Please check our conditions.

Condition: Used

Wear Condition: Apparent Wear and Tear

Date of Manufacture: 1960s

Place of Origin: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Material: Paper / Wood

Period: Mid 20th Century

Style: Industrial

Listed by: Mark_d802

SKU: 70816171

This stunning anatomical chart was manufactured by A.J. Nystrom & Co. of Chicago Illinois, the U.S.'s oldest publisher of educational maps, globes and geographical materials.

Monsieur Guy Rouilly originally worked for his father’s company manufacturing and supplying architectural fittings. Rouilly took over the business in 1918 with a Mr Adam and changed the name to Adam Rouilly.

Whilst visiting a customer, he found a human skull which he took to the Middlesex Hospital Medical School just down the road from the business' premises. Asked if he could provide more skulls, Rouilly was quick to realise that there was a demand for medical teaching material.

Shortly afterwards his line of business took an entirely different direction when he began importing skeletons, anatomical models and lay figures, and as they say, the rest is history.

Becoming more and more popular for the decoration of homes and businesses rather than to educate, these beautiful pieces are works of art in their own right and are sure to instantly transform any blank wall into a fashionable and striking space.

This particular chart has come from a Mortuary, while admittedly a little macabre only makes this piece more desirable and interesting.

Providing a fascinating, artistic look into the workings of the human body, we're totally jealous of whoever purchases this stunning piece.

With staining, fading, small holes and some wear to the edges all round, this chart has all the wear and tear you'd expect and want from an item of this age and nature. The charts came to us covered in a chalky dust, we have cleaned as best we can simply using a dry duster, not wanting to harm or ruin the printed paper. Although the worst has been removed the charts still possess a slight chalky texture.

Measuring approximately 194cm tall and 108cm wide with a pole diameter of 2cm.

With more designs in stock, be sure to check out our other listings.

Width: 108.0 cm
Height: 194.0 cm
Depth: 2.0 cm

Estimated Time: Less than one week

Delivery times vary depending on each item. If we can box it, we try and aim to do so and dispatch the item the very same day.

For larger items, we ask that you get in touch with your post code so we can request quotes from our couriers. Larger items usually take between 7 and 14 days to be delivered depending on the driver's routes.

For any queries, please feel free to get in touch.

This item will be shipped from Carlisle, United Kingdom.
If you want to save on delivery costs, this item is available for collection.
We offer a 14-day return policy. Please check our conditions.

Condition: Used

Wear Condition: Apparent Wear and Tear

Date of Manufacture: 1960s

Place of Origin: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Material: Paper / Wood

Period: Mid 20th Century

Style: Industrial

Listed by: Mark_d802