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Code 6136
EUR 450.00
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EUR 450.00
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1544007517Code 6136 Mandible modelFull-scale anatomical model of a mandible and a complete jaw of the lower and upper dental arch, made of cellon and mounted on an appropriate base. The jaw, which is a fixed bone, is fixed to the jaw by a spring which allows to show the movement of the opening and closing of the mouth. On a label on the base you read Deutsches Hygiene Museum Dresden. 1950s. Very good condition. Width 12.5 cm - 4.92 inches, height 15 cm - 5.9 inches, depth 12.5 cm - 4.92 inches.

The creation of the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum (1912) is due to the efforts of the Dresden industrialist Karl August Lingner, who has been among the protagonists of the First International Hygiene Exhibition in 1911, for which more than five million visitors had come to Dresden. After the hyperinflation period following the WWI, the museum staff was able to rebuild its wealth with the production and sale of anatomic models and educational materials. In 1930 the museum moved into the building designed by Wilhelm Kreis. In the Second International Hygiene Exhibition in 1930/1931, the biggest attraction was the Transparent Man, become the symbol of the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum and remained one of its most prominent exhibits. An air raid on Dresden in February 1945 destroyed much of the museum's building along with its valuable collection. After 1991 the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum was completely reconceived as a Museum of Man continuing the innovative approach of the museum in its early years.

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