Phrenology is a therm first used by Thomas Ignatius Forster in 1815. It is a theory according to which the bumps on the skull of a person reflect his character. Here is an identical replica of an early 20th Century ceramic skull model by by L.N. Fowler.
Width: 22cm Height: 44cm Depth: 20cm Weight: 4kg
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