Comparative brain model, dog

Maker
Deyrolle (estab. 1831)
Date
Circa 1890
Description
Plaster model of an oversized dog brain manufactured by Deyrolle of Paris. The species is described as 'Canis familiaris', the domestic dog. Part of a comparative set of eight models, comprising brains of a frog, ammocoete (lamprey larva), alligator, shark, rabbit, dog, trout, and pigeon.
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Object detail

Date
Circa 1890
Production place
Accession number
516-500307
Inscriptions
original/labels ▫ CERVEAU GROSSI DECHIEN Canis familiaris Fils d’Emile Deyrolle, 46, rue du Bac, Paris.
metal imprint/maker's mark ▫ Deyrolle Paris
Object type
Harry Brookes Allen Museum Anatomy Category

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