Antique real human medical articulated arm and leg bones.
These bones must have been part of a full articulated medical skeleton. They comprise a femur, fibula, tibia, humerus, ulna and radius together with a scapula. They have a really nice deep colour and patina that can only be gained over years and years of handling. Judging by the colour, patina and the style of articulations, I would say that these are probably over 100 years old.
They have the remnants of the metal articulations that would allow the joints to move realistically. The head of the femur has broken and part is missing.
An interesting set of bones with lovely colour.