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Jeremy Bentham's "Auto-Icon" at University College London. Photograph taken by Michael Reeve, 2 September 2003 (my PhD graduation day).

This case in University College London displays the skeleton and other remains of Jeremy Bentham wearing Bentham's own clothes and carrying his stick 'Dapple'. The head is a wax recreation since the original head is somewhat decomposed (and was occasionally stolen by students), although it is still preserved in a vault nearby.

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