A series of plaster mushroom models
These models were made in the early 20th c. To instruct the people which mushrooms were poisonous and which were eatable. Carefully constructed after nature and very realistic concerning design and accuracy. The growth of he agaric, the two champignons and the cantharellus are visualized in three stages of development, placed upon a wooden board sized 15x15cm, they vary in height. The printed description of these fungi is glued under the base.