It is possible for a person to donate the harvestable organs (kidneys, eyes, and such) posthumously. Let's assume for a moment that the technology exists to kill rejection, and maintain the organ in excellent shape after it is harvested.
Could the organ/s ( e.g. Eye ) (assuming a decent life-style) travel for centuries from one donor to yet another donee? What is the typical life-span of the various organs in the human body assuming a healthy, and low stress life?
p.s. It's a curiosity question; my eyes even millenia after my death would continue to see.