Macabre Art Posters of a Medical Subject in Human Experimentation
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Here we have a couple of vintage medical posters of human subject experiments performed in the early 1900s. The images come from the book "A History of Electrocardiography" by George E. Burch and Nicholas P. DePasquale. Don't ask me to explain what they're testing because I have no idea. Look at these images. It looks like they pulled a fast one on this sucker. Check out that outfit. Looking good Sport! Yikes.
At the bottom of the macabre posters are removable tabs describing the origin and description of the scene. These posters may be for educational use. I don't need this education...
Here's the message from Marquette Electronics:
"This print has been published, with permission, from the book "A History of Electrocardiography" by George E. Burch, M.D. and Nicholas P. DePasquale, M.D. (Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc.). Folding back or removing this portion will create an 11" x 14" page suitable for framing."
The prints measure 15" x 11." The paper is cream colored and sturdy. The vintage posters are experiencing some wrinkles from age. There are a few tears in the bottom of the "LEAD III" print. Please see all pics as they are part of the description.
I ship to the continental USA only. Free shipping on the posters.
I don't how you've managed without these rare oddity posters in your macabre decor. Luckily, the calvary is waiting...with their hands and feet in buckets.