All Objects In All Collections: Objects 256 - 270 of 605

2006.243.1: KeratomeKeratome, 1956-1985 Small angular JAEGER keratome. Manufacturer's details 'WEISS LONDON' stamped into the side edge of the handle. 'VGH' [Vancouver General Hospital] stamped into handle.
999.3.19: Knife, AuralKnife, Aural, 1921-1950 Aural instrument; knife, straight, solid forged, blade not plated. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and size number '1' stamped into handle.
993.1324.1: Knife, EyeKnife, Eye, 1901-1950 Single ended handle with reversible cataract needle, straight.
2006.538.1: Knife, EyeKnife, Eye, 1951-1990 Iridectomy knife in a case which also acts as screw-on handle. Trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown] and encircled 'NRA' stamped into surface.
993.842.1: Knife, NasalKnife, Nasal, 20th Cent. BALLENGER's tubinate knife: angled left with a curved sharp blade, rounded end, hollow handle.
993.841.1: Knife, NasalKnife, Nasal, 20th Cent. BALLENGER's tubinate knife: angled right with a curved sharp blade, rounded end, hollow handle. 'E.SCHMID CO' stamped into surface.
995.2.13: Knife, TonsilKnife, Tonsil, 1941-1950 Tonsil knife, right, semi-circular curved blade with blunt point. 'THE J.F.Hartz Co' and Jetter & Scheerer's trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown] stamped into shaft. '1' stamped at bottom end of handle.
2006.62.1: LachrymotomeLachrymotome, 20th Cent. Long metal tool with a curved tapered end, thumb rest on plunger stem, finger ring on collar. The plunger operates a blade.
993.640.1: Lamp, TherapeuticLamp, Therapeutic, c. 1930 'ALPINE SUN LAMP' ['KROMAYER LAMP'] for therapeutic use. Inside the lamp is an arc tube containing mercury and a disc with 4 graduated size holes and a disc of green glass used to emit different diameter and colour light beams. Externally attached are 2 wooden disc handles, an electrical socket, an 'OPERATOMETER' and a fitting to which the arm bracket attaches. The arm bracket would also attach to a stand which is missing.
998.10.9: LancetLancet, 19th Cent. Fixed steel lancet blade with flat ebony handle and sheath with relief decoration along the edges. Manufacturer's details stamped into metal 'J. FENTON & SONS SHEFFIELD', 'SHEFFIELD ENGLAND' and 'GOVERNMENT OF CANADA'. Dimensions given are for lancet only.
993.23.1: LancetLancet, 19th Cent. Spear-pointed single blade lancet with tortoise-shell guards, stamped with makers name 'JOHNSON LONDON'
993.18.1: Lancet SetLancet Set, 1840-1860 Silver etui with 4 thumb lancets. The lancet case has relief decoration over surface and contains 4 thumb lancets which have tortoiseshell guards protecting the blade. No makers marks on the case but each lancet blade has the inscription 'CAPRON A PARIS'.
993.613.1: Lantern Slide, Lantern Slide, "Director of Records", 1920-1929 Glass lantern slide of a cartoon by Ernest LeMessurier; "DIRECTOR OF RECORDS". The cartoon depicts Dr Ponton sitting listening to a phonograph which is labeled 'MACEACHERN' and underneath "HIS MASTERS VOICE". The image is framed and sandwiched with a cover glass, the edges are taped to seal the enclosed. The artist's signature, E. LeMessurier, can be seen towards the bottom of the slide.
993.612.1: Lantern Slide, Dr. McKintoshLantern Slide, Dr. McKintosh, 1916-1929 Glass lantern slide of a cartoon by Ernest LeMessurier. The cartoon depicts Dr. McKintosh standing on a cut tree stump wearing work overalls and a helmet holding a pitch folk saying "Fellow citizens I may be back here with you before long". There are two bulls and a horse looking on saying "He's all bull like my old man" and "Horse laugh for you Doc". The image is framed and sandwiched with a cover glass, the edges are taped to seal the enclosed. The artist's signature, E. LeMessurier, can be seen in bottom left-hand corner.
993.610.1: Lantern Slide, Re:ProhibitionLantern Slide, Re:Prohibition, c. 1920 Glass lantern slide of page 18, "The Daily Province,Vancouver" newspaper, concerning prohibition. Headline reads; "THE VERDICT OF THE PEOPLE" with a list of leading physicians. The image is framed and sandwiched with a cover glass, the edges are taped to seal the enclosed.