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Anatomical Doctors Skeleton

Anatomical Doctors Skeleton

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Patent - Anatomical Doctors Skeleton

Inventor - Charles E Fleck

Published - February 7th 1911

Our Patent prints are made using restored high-resolution scans of 10000's of patents covering a range of technologies, sports, music, gaming & more. Our posters make the perfect personal addition to any home or office, they even make great custom gifts for friends & loved ones. Using 4 unique styles; vintage, chalkboard, blueprint & white our prints look amazing on any wall! Printed on high-quality 180gsm matt paper using archival quality inks our artwork looks amazing wherever they are displayed!

The human skeleton is the internal framework of the body. It is composed of around 270 bones at birth – this total decreases to around 206 bones by adulthood after some bones get fused together. The bone mass in the skeleton reaches maximum density around age 21. The human skeleton can be divided into the axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton. The axial skeleton is formed by the vertebral column, the rib cage, the skull and other associated bones. The appendicular skeleton, which is attached to the axial skeleton, is formed by the shoulder girdle, the pelvic girdle and the bones of the upper and lower limbs.

Print Quality

    • Printed using Epson HDR Ink-Jet Technology

    • 180 gsm Matt Paper

    • Archival grade inks to ensure maximum quality

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