Victorian London - Entertainment and Recreation - Museums, Public Buildings and Galleries - Madame Caplin's Anatomical and Physiological Gallery

Madame Caplin's Anatomical and Physiological Gallery, (for ladies only), 22, Great Marlborough-street, Argyll-place, Regent-street, is now OPEN, and contains a number of entirely new models, selected from the first schools in France, Italy and Germany. These models illustrate the successive developments of the female form. Explanations by a professional lady. Open from 11 to 10 daily. Admission, 1s.; on Saturdays, - 5s.

advertisement from The Times, 20 October, 1854

Madame Caplin's Anatomical Museum (for ladies only), 22, Great Marlborough-street, open daily from 1 till 5, and from 7 till 10, (Friday excepted, when medical gentlemen will be admitted from 1 till 9 o'clock on leaving their card.) Catalogue at the Museum.

advertisement from The Times, 13 March, 1855

Madame Caplin's Anatomical and Physiological Gallery, open daily, from 12 to 5 (ladies only) at 58, Berners-street, Oxford-street. The Lecture every Wednesday by Madame Caplin, on most interesting subjects, commencing at 3 o'clock.

advertisement from The Times, 7 March, 1861

Madame Caplin's Anatomical and Physiological Gallery, for ladies only, open daily, at No.58, Berners-street, Oxford-street. Madame Caplin's Introductory Lecture upon the Anatomical Construction of the Human Body, and the relative effect of clothing, will take place the last Wednesday in November, at 3 o'clock p.m.

advertisement from The Times, 7 March, 1861

Madame Caplin's Anatomical and Physiological Gallery (for ladies only) OPEN DAILY (from 10 o'clock until 5), at 58, Berners-street, Oxford-street, W.

advertisement from The Times, 1 January, 1862