Antique medical real human arm and leg bones, scapula, clavicle and pelvis set.
These bones must have been part of a half skeleton. When they were prepared, they were carefully painted to show muscle attachments. This sort of skeleton preparation and colouring was done by a few of the leading medical companies in the mid 20th Century including Adam Rouilly and Rudiger of Germany.
The set comprises full arm and leg bones, a scapula, clavicle and a half pelvis. The scapula and clavicle seem to have had a background wash with a white thin paint to give the bone an overall pale colour.
The humerus has broken and been repaired in the past and the medial epicondyle on the femur has crumbled a bit as can be seen in the photos.