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School Anatomy Chart

Colefield's

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; few tears/creases, faint discoloration of central background
Country of Origin:
Germany
Materials:
lithograph on canvas/wood/metal
Size:
78" L x 5" W x 48" H
Color/Finish:
light blue/multi

Why We Love This

Anatomy chart produced by Denoyer-Geppert in West Germany and illustrated by artist M. Rohl; focuses on chest and abdominal organs. Lithograph over canvas, in beautiful condition. School department label taped at bottom left. Additional hardware may be required for hanging.
As described by Colefield's

About Colefield's

Colefield's offers vintage finds ranging from quirky to elegant, appealing to varied tastes and people who understand the link between the way a room looks and the way it makes one feel. A collector for more than 20 years, owner Leslie Coleman knows firsthand the power of a vintage piece to evoke a memory...set a tone...even inspire a lifestyle. Her advice? “Buy what you like—you’ll always find a place for it, and you’ll always enjoy coming home to it.”