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Buy 3 paper items, get 15% off. Buy 6 or more, get 15% off. Discount refunded after purchase. Magnets not included.

Great science history or medical ephemera to frame.

Illustrations from an 1897 encyclopedia explaining Roentgen Rays, more commonly known as X-Rays. The rays were named Roentgen after Wilhelm Röntgen, the German scientist credited with first systematically studying them. It was Roentgen who coined the term X-ray.

In very good antique condition. Nicely aged, no tears or stains. Crease down the center from being inserted in the encyclopedia. Blank on back side.

Page is about 15 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches.

Ships protected by cardboard via USPS First Class Mail. Additional items ship for free!

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X Rays Roentgen Rays Print - 1897 Photogravure - Antique Scientific Medical Ephemera - Xrays


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