Grant Museum shop
To order any item, please download the order form and return to the Grant Museum at: Grant Museum of Zoology, University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT. All cheques should be made payable to 'University College London'.
Kingdom in a Cabinet: A Guide to the Animals of the Grant Museum
Author - Jack Ashby
In this beautiful new book from the Grant Museum Special Publications, Jack Ashby outlines the natural histories of the animals in the collection, and explores some of the intriguing stories behind the individual specimens and the people who have collected them. This book is based on the Museum’s Factfile and also discusses the scientific research, conservation issues and mythologies surrounding the animals in the collection. Illustrated with 133 stunning colour images, this book is an ideal gift for animal lovers, or an excellent souvenir of the Museum.
Robert Edmond Grant (1793-1874): and his Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy
Author - Sarah E. Parker
In this new introduction to Robert Edmond Grant, Sarah Parker presents an overview of the career of this extraordinary man. She discusses the founding of his "Zootomical" Museum, the students that he influenced, and some of the more controversial aspects of his life and legacy. This book paves the way for a richer understanding of one of the most under-appreciated figures in the history of science.
Sculpture of the Grant Museum
A Wunderkammer Project by Ann Byrne and Dan Smith
The Sculpture of the Grant Museum explores the aesthetic features of some of the objects in the Grant Museum. This short book gives an insight into the artists'-eye-view of the natural history objects, and the way they are displayed and mounted.
No Ordinary Space: Historical Notes on the Grant Museum's New Home at UCL
Author - Joe Cain
In 2011, UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology moved into the Thomas Lewis Room of UCL's Rockefeller Buidling. No Ordinary Space provides historical notes about the room, the building, and the wider university and medical school environment.
Conversation Pieces: Inspirational Objects in UCL's Historic Collections
At a time when UCL's museums are pioneering new and
innovative ways to learn from objects, this book is a celebration of
UCL's unique collections, with leading UCL academics invited to select
and write about an object they found inspiring.
Our postcards come in a range of designs, as shown below. Please specify your choice(s) on your order form. Postcards can be bought as singles at £0.50 ea, or £1.00 for a batch of three postcards.
Micrarium greetings cards and wrapping paper
Both greetings cards and wrapping paper feature the below design of the micrarium. Greetings cards are priced at £1.50 and the wrapping paper is £1 per A2 sheet.
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