Science Museum Medicine: An Imperfect Science

£40.00
Rated 4.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review

Usually dispatched within 3 to 4 days

Free delivery on orders over £50.00 .

0

This is the official companion to a spectacular suite of new Medicine galleries at the Science Museum. This permanent exhibition includes the historic collection of Henry Wellcome, whose personal treasure trove has been on long-term loan to the Museum for over 40 years, as well as the Science Museum's own medical holdings.

More details
    • Standard UK Mainland Delivery - £4.50
    • UK Mainland express delivery £7.00
    • UK Offshore express delivery £10.00
    • Next Day UK Deliveries - £8.00 (Please note that this is next working day, with deliveries made Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.)
    • UK Offshore Delivery - £12.95
    • International Delivery - We regret that we do not currently deliver to addresses outside the UK

    Pre-orders:
    If you pre-order an item, the item will be sent to you as soon as it becomes available and you'll receive an email to let you know it's on its way.

    Read our full delivery policy here

    For returns see full returns policy

Full Product Description

Medicine: An Imperfect Science is formed of stand-alone but connected chapters, generously illustrated, within which a rich history of medicine collecting can be found.

Key features:

  • Author: Natasha McEnroe
  • Publisher: Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers
  • Hardback, 240 pages
  • An accessible, illuminating handbook exploring the eclectic history of medical collecting

Specifications

Product code

476072

Customer Reviews

average rating 4.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
  • 5 Stars
    0 Reviews
  • 4 Stars
    1 Review
  • 3 Stars
    0 Reviews
  • 2 Stars
    0 Reviews
  • 1 Star
    0 Reviews
100% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
1 Review
Reviewed by Margaret B.
Verified Buyer
I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
Review posted

Science Museum Medicine

Wow! I have visited the Wellcome Galleries several times since the late1970s and have a guide from the 1970s. This is not portable as it is a hefty well-illustrated tome but will be very useful for GCSE teachers and school libraries. Am hoping to finish it before planning a visit.

Loading...
Was this helpful?