Be you Hamlet or not, what jest you might have with this realistic 6-1/2 inch skeleton. What a striking pose this head will make upon a bookshelf or, certainly as a Hallowe'en prop!
As Hamlet and Horatio search for Ophelia's grave, Hamlet's weary thoughts begin a soliloquy on the ability of death to equalize society - as none of us can escape it, be we wealthy or poor. Hamlet finds the skull of his father's jester and begins such the famous soliloquy:
Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio;a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy.