Not currently on display at the V&A

Anatomical Teaching Aids and Case

ca. 1970 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

stained plywood, hand made box, with two rusty locks and a steel handle, hinge of inner left side broken; lined with blue rayon and net and edged with dark blue braid
the inside is shaped and padded underneath to hold the dolls and all the parts


object details
Categories
Object Type
Parts
This object consists of 9 parts.

  • Suitcase
  • Doll Body Part
  • Doll Body Part
  • Doll Body Part
  • Doll Body Part
  • Doll Body Part
  • Doll Body Part
  • Doll Body Part
  • Doll Body Part
Materials and Techniques
plywood, steel, rayon with moulded vinyl parts
Brief Description
Wooden suitcase lined with a blue rayon material designed to hold two dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s



Plastic set of lungs for dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s



Plastic set of intestines for dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s



Plastic uterus for dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s



Plastic kidneys and scrotum for dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s



Plastic womb half for dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s



Plastic womb half for dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s



Plastic womb half lining with one baby for dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s



Plastic womb half lining with twin babies for dolls made in England for educational purposes in the 1970s
Physical Description
stained plywood, hand made box, with two rusty locks and a steel handle, hinge of inner left side broken; lined with blue rayon and net and edged with dark blue braid

the inside is shaped and padded underneath to hold the dolls and all the parts
Dimensions
  • Length: 27in
  • Width: 23in
  • With lid closed height: 6½in
Production typeUnique
Credit line
Given by Hampshire County Council Museums Service
Production
Attribution note: hand made to house the various items
Associated Objects
Collection
Accession Number
B.201:1-1999

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record createdNovember 26, 1999
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