Antique medical human skull with good dentition.
This is a nice example of an old medical specimen of a human skull. This belonged to a dentist which probably explains the good dentition. It may have been part of a collection at a teaching hospital at one stage as the three separate parts are all numbered 47A to make sure that they stayed together amongst other specimens.
As you can see from the photographs, the cranium is detachable although it does not have hooks to hold it in place. There are still signs of tape marks on the cranium that have held the cranium in place in the past. These would be easily removed if wished.
This skull still has most of the teeth present and is in good condition.