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Anatomical model of a human tongue

Made 1850-1894
Anatomical model of a human tongue made of wood and mounted on a brown painted rectangular stand. The tongue is shown with and without the dorsum (upper surface) and separated by a vertical line down the middle. The side without the dorsum also shows the nerves and muscle. At the front of the tongue is a lower set of artificial teeth. Small paper squares with black handwritten numbers, labelled from one to ten, are attached to the tongue.
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