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Botanical model: Rose | In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it was expensive to provide each medical school student with a microscope, but anatomical details of plants can be tough to see with the naked eye. Medical schools and museums (including the Smithsonian) relied instead on botanical models like these for student instruction.  Manufactured through the 1920s by the Brendel Company, a German firm founded by Robert Brendel in 1866, these botanical models...

Botanical model: Rose | In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it was expensive to provide each medical school student with a microscope, but anatomical details of plants can be tough to see with the naked eye. Medical schools and museums (including the Smithsonian) relied instead on botanical models like these for student instruction. Manufactured through the 1920s by the Brendel Company, a German firm founded by Robert Brendel in 1866, these botanical models...

Victorian Botanical model - Google Search

Victorian Botanical model - Google Search

Victorian Botanical model - Google Search

Victorian Botanical model - Google Search

Victorian Botanical model - Google Search

Victorian Botanical model - Google Search

Victorian Botanical model - Google Search

Victorian Botanical model - Google Search

I love old botanical models. I found this replica of an old Brendel Co. style botanical model, ordered it, and it finally arrived today. One step closer to completely transforming our house into a natural curio cabinet.

I love old botanical models. I found this replica of an old Brendel Co. style botanical model, ordered it, and it finally arrived today. One step closer to completely transforming our house into a natural curio cabinet.

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