Skulls: Gorilla, Rhodesian man, Neanderthal, Kafir & Cave of Gargas Art -1934 For Sale
Skulls: Gorilla, Rhodesian man, Neanderthal, Kafir & Cave of Gargas Art -1934 :
British Parliament 1925 Vintage Lithograph
Skulls: Gorilla, Rhodesian man, Neanderthal, Kafir & Cave of Gargas Art - 1934 Smithsonian Print
This a a SINGLE Double-Sided Paper Print - Both Sides Shown
Vintage 1934 Scientific Print
Generally clean with some minor handling wear...Occasional speck
Published in 1934 by The Smithsonian Institute
These are almost one-of-a-kind images produced mostly just for the Smithsonian Institute under its various scientific research programs. They represent natural photography, exhibits or artists recreations/reconstructions associated the scientific studies of the Smithsonian Institute.
Medium Size:Approximately 5.25" X 8"
Blank on Reverse
Condition:Excellent - VeryGood - Good - Fair - Poor (but of historical interest)
This Old Print isn't Perfect but Almost and Has Great Historical Value
Only minor age and wear
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This is a print based on original artwork
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