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Maker unknown, “Speculaas mold in the shape of a gun”, date and dimensions unknown, sold at Van Gils Antiek.
by Caro Verbeek
Figure 1. Maker unknown, “Cartoon from “Popolo di Roma”. Above: "Marinetti wants gastronomy to be enriched with 'unexpected' smells and tastes". Below: “– a broth – with naphthalene or with eau de Cologne?”, translation by author, ca. 1932. OSIM 0002000012.
by Caro Verbeek
Figure 5. A physician dressed in protective plague costume. Line engraving after J.J. Manget, 1700-1799. Wellcome Collection, 10075i
by Rose Byfleet
Ethyl maltol
by Dr R. Claire Bunschoten
Hydrogen sulfide
by Andrew Kettler
Figure 1. A dune stinkhorn Phallus hadriani. The mushroom is easily discernible from other species of stinkhorn by its pinkish volva from which the fungus sprouts forth. (Photograph by Siôn Parkinson, 2022.)
by Siôn Parkinson
Linnaeus’ classification of odours in his Clavis Medicinae
by Ally Louks
Figure 1. Close up of the compartments in a sixteenth-century pomander, gold and silver, c.1500s, Science Museum, London, A629413
by William Tullett