Punch,  22 (1852), 76.

Artificial Flesh



News-Commentary, Drollery


Invention, Anatomy, Phrenology, Class, Charlatanry

    Reports on Frederick Gray's invention of a compound that closely resembles human skin. Believes the invention 'will open a door to gross imposition' and anticipates the appearance of false hands and no end 'to the mending of faces'.

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