I found this image in a book published in 1896, it reminded me of myself when I was child back in the ancient days before computers.
It was actually published by a librarian who used to live next to Cambridge University around this time. I think the skull reflects my intriguing but sometimes cheeky lighthearted view of those around me. I am not so sure that it’s “Yorick” and to my knowledge it was never bequeathed to Chicago's Goodman Theater.
But like me it’s unique, old and still child. Don’t draw to many conclusions as hamlet knew “Yorick” when hamlet was a child so he always looked up when they talked. I reckon he should be holding the skull above his head.