All Objects In All Collections: Objects 286 - 300 of 605

993.1136.1: Magnifier, Protective Magnifier, Protective , 1881-1910 Blued steel frame and brown silk eyecups with velvet padding, long straight side arms with small teardrop loop finials. Thread is wrapped around finials. Oval eyes with dark plastic lenses [black coating applied to internal surface] with viewing slits, the right side has a small oval opening, the left a rectangle opening. Over the openings are hinged magnifying glass lenses which are fixed internally. With orginal case; 13.7 x 5.3 x 5 cm. The manufacturer's name and address is stamped in gold print on the internal surface of the lid flap and a star on the outer surface.
993.908.1: MalletMallet, 1950-1975 Solid metal mallet for bone surgery. Chrome plated steel with lead filled head. Trademark stamped inside circle.
993.148.1: MaskMask, 1891-1940 Bellamy Gardener type design face mask for inhaling ether as an anaesthetic. Hinged wire mesh covered with double layer of wool fabric held in place by lever.
993.184.1: Medicine CaseMedicine Case, 1911-1960 'Tabloid' brown leather pocket pouch for carrying vials of tablet medicines for hypodermic injection. Flip top lid with front snap fastener. Pale tan leather inside with manufacturer details and an Abridged list of 'TABLOID' hypodermic products.
993.147.1: Medicine ChestMedicine Chest, c. 1820 Mahogany medicine chest, triptych style, with hinged lid and 2 doors in the front which swing open to reveal 2 draws in the front section and two smaller draws on each side of the door sections with ivory knob handles. The chest has compartments to hold 14 bottles, 3 large, 11 small. Of these 2 large and 2 small bottles are missing. The medicine bottles are hand blown with stoppers and the large bottle and 6 of the 9 smaller bottles have labels attached: prepared ginger, Goulard's extract [a solution of lead acetate and lead oxide], laudanum, paregoric elixir [a camphorated tincture of...
996.3.4: Medicine GlassMedicine Glass, c. 1900 Graduated glass medicine tumbler in leather covered cylindrical case with lid. Hand-engraved measurements for 1-4 tablespoon and 1-8 teaspoon. Case lined with pink paper. Decorative design and 'MEDICINE GLASS' printed on lid top in gold lettering.
2005.21.1: MetabulatorMetabulator, 1945-1950 Mahogany cased metabulator, model 10, volts 115, cycles 60, amps 0.5. with an inbuilt recording compartment with paper roll to print paper chart, a barometer and thermometer dial, a carbon dioxide absorption chamber filled with soda lime granules and an oxygen gas cylinder [B.P. Oxygen]. Serial number 4283. A drawer facing towards the front contains a metabulator scale set [used in-conjunction with a oxygen per min. & vital cap. scale]' a BMR calculator and three mouth pieces. An engraved metal plaque attached to the metabulator reads 'MADE FOR DRS. WHITE, PARMLEY & WHITE BY SANBORN...
995.4.144: Microscope Cover Glasses in BoxMicroscope Cover Glasses in Box, 20th Cent. Cylindrical wooden box with lift off lid. Contains 15 square microscope slide cover sheets, fragment of wrapping with '#2 - 22' printed in black ink and a wad of cotton wool. '18 US 5 41 9' is stamped on the base.
995.4.148: Microscope Cover Slips in BoxMicroscope Cover Slips in Box, 1951-1970 Small cubed green plastic box to fit single column of glass cover slips. Flip top lid with brown lettering ' GLASCO MADE WITH CARE NON-CORROSIVE MICROSCOPE COVER GLASS HALF OUNCE NO.2 22MM SQ'. Squares of card used to protect glass in case.
995.4.138: Microscope LucidaMicroscope Lucida, 1911-1960 Carl Zeiss microscope lucida Nr.5604. Consists of swiveling mirror on bar to which is attached eye-piece, 2 interchangeable prism cubes for large and small exit pupils and 5 position neutral tint filter ring. 'Zeichenapparat' and 'Carl Zeiss Jena' incised on upper lid of case. Microscope accessory used to aid the drawing of microscopic objects.
995.4.145: Microscope Slides, BoxedMicroscope Slides, Boxed, 20th Cent. Cardboard box with flip top lid to hold ½ gross [72] No. 2950 plain microscope slides. Box contains 70 pre-cleaned glass slides [25x75x1mm]. The Canadian distributor's name 'THE J. F. HARTZ COMPANY LTD.' and branch cities are printed on a label attached to the front of the box.
2000.1.1: Microscope, Compound MonocularMicroscope, Compound Monocular, 1870-1880 'E.Hartnack' small horseshoe microscope. Rosewood case [serial number 8238] containing lacquered brass compound monocular microscope with a draw body tube, fine focus controlled by a knob on top of pillar. The eye piece tube is adjustable for height. The draw body tube has the manufacturers signature engraved on the surface 'E. Hartnack et Cie. Place Dauphine 21Paris'. A wheel of 5 stops serves as the condenser beneath the square stage to which a pair of slide clips are attached. The plano-concave mirror is attached to an arm and gimbal. Accessories include a single mounted eye lens with...
993.27.1: Microscope, Compound, MonocularMicroscope, Compound, Monocular, c. 1880 The compound monocular microscope has a body tube that is slide focused with fine focus controlled by a knob on top of the pillar. The eye piece tube is connected to the body tube by a threaded mount. Accessories include an eye piece and a double nosepiece with 2 objective lenses with "R & J BECK" engraved on lens protector. A static condenser casing with one iris diaphragm is attached beneath the square stage to which a pair of clips are attached. The plano-concave mirror is attached to a gimbal and arm. It is signed on the curved base " HENRY CROUCH LONDON 4668". The microscope stands...
993.247.1: Microscope, Compound, MonocularMicroscope, Compound, Monocular, c. 1870 The compound monocular microscope consists of a body tube with an objective and a thread mounted removable lens and eyepiece. The body tube slides into a housing which is supported onto a rounded pillar to which the square stage is fixed by 2 screws. The pillar slots into a round base, weighted with lead, to which a concave mirror mounted on a gimbal is attached. Fine focus is achieved by sliding the body tube up and down the housing. 'VIRANE', '2' and 'PARIS' is engraved on underside of the stage. The microscope stands 19cm (min.) extending to 21.5cm.
993.26.1: Microscope, Compound, MonocularMicroscope, Compound, Monocular, c. 1880 The compound monocular microscope has a draw body tube that is course focused with rack and pinion on a square pillar. Fine focus is controlled by a knob on top of the pillar. The eye piece tube is adjustable for height. Accessories include an eye piece which is marked with a number "3", a double nosepiece, 2 objective lenses: 5/8 and 1/7, and a body tube mounted bull's eye condensing lens, 4cm dia. A wheel of 5 stops serves as the condenser beneath the square stage to which a pair of clips are attached. The plano-concave mirror is attached to an arm and gimbal. An oval metal trade label...