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Signor Sarti's Florentine anatomical models : Popular description of two full-length figures, Venus & Adonis, illustrative of the anatomy of the human frame.
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[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [1850?]
2 unnumbered pages, 29 pages, 3 unnumbered pages : illustrations (woodcut) ; 4to (21 cm).
Printed on title-page: catalogues, sixpence.
First page of final leaf lists 12 'Means of improving and preserving health.'
Date estimated from p. 4: '... Signor Sarti, who, 12 years ago, was the first man to introduce into England, anatomical models for public inspection and improvement. In 1838 he imported a large collection of anatomical models, sufficient to lay the foundation of a museum of anatomy.'