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A 19th Century Veterinary Surgeons Pony Skull

A 19th Century Veterinary Surgeons Pony Skull
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A 19th Century Veterinary Surgeons Pony Skull

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The skull has hand written Latin notations indicating the various parts of the skull.

By repute it belonged to Francis Cupiss of Diss, Norfolk, a member of the Royal College of veterinary surgeons from 1794-1851 and was his own horse.

Early 19th century.

H:23 W:17 D:28 CM