John Linnell, Mirror, ca. 1755
British Air Ministry, R.A.F. Raid on Hamburg, silver gelatin print, 1943, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Attributed to Adam Weisweiler (1744–1820)
Pottery “cameos” by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (1759–present)
From Neckclothitania or Tietania, being an essay on Starchers, by One of the Cloth, published by J.J. Stockdale, 1 September 1818, engraved by George Cruikshank
Morbid Anatomy have been hard at work of late in our attempts to track down as many pieces as possible from Victorian anthropomorphic taxidermist Walter Potter’s now sadly divided up Museum of Curiosities. Many of these pieces were brought back together for the wonderful 2012 Museum of Everything exhibition, but a great deal more have never been seen since the Bonhams auction which dispersed them in 2003.