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Early Galvanic Reanimation Experiment Skull – Circa late 18th Century

$400.00 CAD

The Rupert Lockfield Collection

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Early Galvanic Reanimation Experiment Skull – Circa late 18th century. Collected near Geneva, Switzerland. Expedition leader Dr. Henry Clerval. Found amongst the hidden possessions of a young medical student.
Welcome to the world of Rupert Lockfield Collection. Lockfield was a Victorian surgeon, naturalist and explorer. Away from public view, he chased his obscure obsessions until his mysterious disappearance soon after WWII. As a pioneer in cryptozoology and occult studies, Lockfield collected, researched and catalogued numerous specimens thought to only exist in mythology.
Rob deLatt is the creator of the Rupert Lockfield phenomenon. A Canadian artist, oddity collector, production designer and mixed media artist. His work is distinct and provocative, described best as a novel told through imagined objects. Cabinet of Curiosities is proud to be the exclusive gallery showcasing his exceptional work, creations of depth and imagination that only
appreciate with time.
17 in tall

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Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 55 × 35 × 35 cm