The ‘agaricus procerus’ is found in the summer in pastures and fields, and occasionally woods. It is eatable and known to have a sweet and nutty taste. At first egg shaped, it finally expands like a parasol. These models were made at the end of the 19th c. To instruct the people which mushrooms were poisonous and which were eatable. Carefully constructed after nature and very realistic concerning design and accuracy. Our plaster ‘agaricus procerus’ is polychrome painted and, Mounted on a (labelled) wooden board sized 11x13cm, the height is 23cm. The printed description of this tastefull mushroom is glued under the base.