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  • Muscles of the lower leg and foot. Engraving, 1686, after Gérard de Lairesse, 1685.
  • An écorché figure seen from the back, holding a length of rope. Engraving by G. Bonasone, 155-.
  • Foetuses in utero: four figures showing cross-sections of a foetus in various positions in the uterus. Line engraving, 1791, by W. Taylor after F. Birnie, after W. Smellie.
  • List of medical periodicals, including prices, printed on verso of contents page to Alfred Kast, Pathologisch-anatomische Tafeln. Letterpress, ca. 1897.
  • An écorché with left arm extended to the side, seen from the front. Line engraving by Campbell, 1816/1821.
  • Two figures: a kneeling human skeleton, with hands tied behind its back, and an écorché figure tied to a tree-trunk. Engraving by Barlow, ca. 1800.
  • Three anatomical dissections taking place in an attic. Coloured lithograph by T. C. Wilson after a pen and wash drawing by T. Rowlandson.
  • Torso: cross-section indicating the nerves, organs, arteries and bones, in various colours. Coloured line engraving by H. Mutlow, 1808.
  • Dissection of the trunk: side view, showing the bones and muscles, with small pencil sketches of a nude in various poses. Ink and watercolour with laminated flaps, 18--.
  • Dissection showing the muscles of the arm and shoulder, front view. Watercolour by J.C. Zeller, ca. 1833.
  • Sections through humerus and femur bones, two figures: the left illustration indicating a sarcoma (bone tumour) on the humerus bone, the right showing cancerous (?) metastases in the marrow of the femur. Chromolithograph by W. Gummelt, ca. 1897.
  • Dissection of the thorax showing the vena cava and azygos vein. Coloured lithograph by William Fairland, 1837, after J. Walsh after W.J.E. Wilson.
  • A diseased stomach, showing signs of cancer. Chromolithograph by W. Gummelt, ca. 1897.
  • Dissection of a pregnant uterus, showing the foetus at nine months, with the head positioned towards the vagina and the lower part of the placenta under the child's head, detached from the uterus. Copperplate engraving by J. Mitchel after I.V. Rymsdyk, 1774, reprinted 1851.
  • An écorché figure, front view, with left arm extended, showing the third order of muscles. Line engraving by J. Wandelaar, 1741.
  • Carpi commentaria cũm amplissimis additionibus super Anatomia Mũndini vna cum textu eiusdẽm in pristinũm et verum nitorèm redacto / [Jacopo Berengario da Carpi].
  • Interiorum corporis humani partium viva delineatio. : Perutilis anatomes interiorum muliebris partium cognitio ac earundem situs, figura, numerus, positio, hand [sic] iniucounda cognitu.
  • The dissection of a young, beautiful woman directed by J. Ch. G. Lucae (1814-1885) in order to determine the ideal female proportions. Chalk drawing by J. H. Hasselhorst, 1864.
  • The trunk of the skeleton: posterior view. Line engraving by A. Bell after J.-J. Sue, 1798.
  • Skeleton: seen from the front. Line engraving by Campbell, 1816/1821.
  • The eye, as seen through a microscope: two figures. Colour lithograph, ca. 1862.
  • Bones: six figures, including skeleton seen from front and back, cross section and surface of a bone, and a hand and foot. Line engraving by Kirkwood & Sons, 1813.
  • Muscles of the arm and hand: two studies of écorché arms, one bent at the elbow, the other outstretched. Red chalk drawing with pencil, by C. Landseer, ca. 1815.
  • The circulatory system: diagrams showing the kidneys and sacrum, with the arteries and veins indicated in red and blue. Coloured lithograph by J. Maclise, 1841/1844.
  • Iliac arteries: dissection of the abdomen of a male. Coloured lithograph by G.E. Madeley after A.A. Cane, 1834.
  • Muscles of the leg: left leg right anterior view (left); left leg right anterior view (centre); right leg right posterior view (right).
  • Ligaments around the lower jaw, and between the head and the vertebrae: six figures. Line engraving by A. Bell after J. Weitbrecht, 1798.
  • Muscles of the head and neck: écorch ́figure seen from behind. Pen and ink wash, by C. Landseer, ca. 1815.
  • An écorché face showing the movements of facial muscles during laughter. Stipple engraving by H. Singleton (?) after G.T. Stubbs after G. Stubbs, 1815.
  • An écorché face showing the movements of facial muscles during laughter. Stipple engraving by H. Singleton (?) after G.T. Stubbs after G. Stubbs, 1815.