• Wild Rabbit Framed Chart

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Originally designed in 1891 by Jung-Koch-Quentell, this lithograph on paper has been reprinted by Lehrmittelverlag Hagemann Düsseldorf, a German producer of educational materials. Once used in a science classroom, this chart details the biology of the wild rabbit. The poster is divided into thirds, with the top illustration depicting rabbits in their natural habitat, the center an exploration of skull anatomy and the bottom a diagram of the rabbit in motion. This chart comes in a black wood frame.

Great vintage condition. Lithograph on paper. Mounted. High-quality custom wooden frame.

Care:
Wipe with a dry cloth.
Finish:
Matte Frame
Origin:
Germany
Color:
Multi
Measurements:
H 50” W 36” D 1.75”
Weight:
10 lbs

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