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New uses of celluloid and similar material in taxidermy

Leon L. Walters

New uses of celluloid and similar material in taxidermy

by Leon L. Walters

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Published in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxidermy,
  • Celluloid

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Leon L. Walters ... Wilfred H. Osgood ... editor.
    SeriesField Museum of Natural History. Museum technique series., no. 2
    ContributionsOsgood, Wilfred Hudson, 1875-1947, ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH61 .F5 Pub. 230, no. 2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6682362M
    LC Control Number25020847
    OCLC/WorldCa16843797

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    newdivisiontotakeover,andtheexhibitionmaterialcon- sisted mostlyof mounted skins of lizards and snakes and turtles, with alargestuffed alligator and agavial to represent. Introduction 1> Celluloid is used nitro-cotton as the basic raw material, made of camphor and organic solvents. 3> It is an ideal material for building decoration and furniture making industry. 2> The main disadvantage the material had was that it was flammable, when exposed to temperatures over °C.


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Title. New uses of celluloid and similar material in taxidermy / Title Variants: Alternative: Celluloid in taxidermy. Related Titles. Series: Museum technique series ; no. 2 Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History: ) ; By.

Walters, Leon L. Jan 17,  · Dear Internet Archive Supporter, I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today. New uses of celluloid and similar material in taxidermy Item Preview New uses of celluloid and similar material in taxidermy by Walters, Leon L; Osgood, Wilfred Hudson,ed.

Publication date TopicsPages: I- History Museum Technique Series No. 1 NEW USES OF CELLULOID AND SIMILAR MATERIAL IN TAXIDERMY BY Leon L.

Walters Taxidermist, Division of Reptiles Wilfred H. Osgood Curator, Department of Zoology EDITOR Chicago, U. June, Tit, Z- NEW USES OF CELLULOID AND SIMILAR MATERIAL IN TAXIDERMY BY LEON L.

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He used this in "taxidermy" of sparsely haired mammals and also in bird like cassowaries. He was one of the 'thinkers' or dreamers of taxidermy past. New Uses of Celluloid and Similar Material in Taxidermy by L. Walters () Nociones de taxidermia, by Bassas, Juan Grau () Nouveau Manuel Complet du Naturaliste Préparateur by P.

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Taxidermy of a pigeon showing the relation of its bones to skin. Also part of the taxidermist’s artistry is his or her ability to display the specimens in settings that look like their natural habitat, and to do so in an aesthetically pleasing ashleyllanes.com: Laurel Byrnes.

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Mar 30,  · Celluloid is a semi-synthetic thermoplastic made from nitrocellulose and camphor. The earliest form of Celluloid was highly flammable, so in the nitrocellulose and camphor were removed and replaced by vinegar (making it less flammable). Celluloid was widely used for a variety of items including jewellery, due to its versatility.

Celluloid, the first synthetic plastic material, developed in the s and s from a homogeneous colloidal dispersion of nitrocellulose and camphor. A tough, flexible, and moldable material that is resistant to water, oils, and dilute acids and capable of low-cost production in a variety of colours.

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What is celluloid. (And why is it not the same as cellulose nitrate/nitrocellulose?) Celluloid is usually cited as the first synthetic plastic. Its origins go back as far as the s, but as a commercial product it is to be dated to the s, with successful large-scale manufacture being more a.

Celluloid is the name of a class of compounds created from nitrocellulose and camphor, plus dyes and other agents, generally regarded to be the first ashleyllanes.com molded and shaped, there are suggestions that celluloid was first made as an ivory replacement.

Celluloid is highly flammable and also easily decomposes, and is no longer widely used. Details about 78 Old Taxidermy Books Manuals on USB - Mounted Stuffed Animals Bird Fish Art C5. 78 Old Taxidermy Books Manuals on USB - Mounted Stuffed Animals Bird Fish Art C5 New Uses of Celluloid and Similar Material in Taxidermy - L.

L. Walters () Nociones De Taxidermia - J. G. Bassas () [Spanish]Seller Rating: % positive.Jul 13,  · The American Museum of Natural History's Michael Novacek discusses how taxidermy serves as both a record and memorial of the world's threatened and extinct s.Apr 19,  · I am sure Pat saw the citation on Walters Taxidermy and I had a copy in my files.

He was one of the first people in Europe who saw my Annotated Bibliography and the citation you mention is in there with an annotation (assuming this is the citation you gave): No.

Walters, L. New uses of celluloid and similar material in taxidermy.