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Homo Habilis Skull Museum Replica

£ 794.99


Homo Habilis Skull Museum Replica

Pleistocene Period, 1.9 million years BP

A reproduction of a skull of Homo habilis based on Skull 1813, without mandible.

The original Skull 1813 dates from the Pleistocene Period, 1.9 million years ago. It was discovered at Koobi Fora, Kenya, by Kamoya Kimeu in 1973. This replica has been modelled on the original skull. The lower jaw was not found with this specimen.

  • 254 grams
  • 16cm (6 1/4")
  • Fine condition.

Provenance
Property of a Lincolnshire, UK, collector; acquired on the UK art market.


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