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Skull Burst At La Beauchêne Anatomy House Tramond Paris Medicine XIX
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"Skull Burst At La Beauchêne Anatomy House Tramond Paris Medicine XIX"
Rare "Beauchêne" exploded skull * presenting human cranial bones disarticulated and reassembled remotely on metal supports, all mounted on base with adjustable rods. Nerve branches of teeth represented not red threads. Most certainly work of the House Tramond ** in Paris, XIXth century. This skull is in good general condition. It has its base but no globe. It is not signed but is probably the work of the Maison Tramond workshops in Paris, specialists in the field in the nineteenth. The two jaws can be advanced by the rods at the back, the top of the skull can be tilted back. A note: missing a small bone in the middle part (the right cheekbone?), Missing some teeth in both jaws, some gaps also in the son (nerves), the lower jaw moves a little (light game in the step of fixing screws), wear on the base, wear of time, look at the pictures for details. * Edme-Pierre Chauvot de Beauchene (1749 -1824) is a French doctor who has gone down in history for his pioneering studies on hysteria. After the death of his father, he resumes his medical studies in Montpellier, obtains the diploma of doctor and buys a doctor's office in the house of the Count of Artois, future King Charles X. He is a member of the Academy of Medicine and is interested in nervous diseases, publishing in 1783 an essay entitled The Influence of the affections of the soul in the nervous diseases of women. In the second half of the 1780s, he was appointed doctor of the Gros-Caillou military hospital (or the French Guards, 106 rue Saint-Dominique in Paris). In 1791, he emigrated and joined the Count of Artois in Koblenz then chose to return to France and retired to his property in Sens. At the Restoration, he resumed his practice with Charles X, as a consultant physician. He invented in the 1810s the technique of dismantling the individual bones of the skull and reassembling them "exploded" on a frame for better visualization. ** Maison Tramond: created around the middle of the 19th century at 9, rue de l'École-de-Médecine, was specialized in anatomical and osteological models. PG Tramond also presented busts molded on various ethnic types, skeletons of animals ... He worked with a named Vasseur (Tramond successor) in 1877, contemporary Talrich son. ATTENTION: FOR A QUOTE OF DELIVERY CONTACT US WITH CITY AND COUNTRY OF DESTINATION. BE CAREFUL: US PLEASE CONTACT FOR THE DELIVERY PRICE. Dimensions Base diameter 15,5 cm Height 37 cm Skull width 14 cm approx. Reference: F30 803 All photos are on:
Price:4800 €
Period:19th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : En l'état

Width : crâne 14 cm env.
Diameter : socle 15,5 cm
Height : 37 cm
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