All Objects In All Collections: Objects 331 - 345 of 635

993.913.1: Needle, CurvedNeedle, Curved, 1950-1990 Curved needle, sharp, 'WILKIE' [users name] scratched into handle.
2006.669.1: Needle, HaemorrhoidNeedle, Haemorrhoid, 1941-1990 Haemorrhoid curved needle with metal handle.
993.143.1: Needle, ParacentesisNeedle, Paracentesis, 19th Cent. Paracentesis needle with ivory handle.
2006.117.1: Needle, Post MortemNeedle, Post Mortem Straight cast iron post mortem needle. 'ENGLAND' stamped into shaft, below eyelet.
993.1249.1: Needles, Dental SetNeedles, Dental Set, 1941-1990 Box of one dozen 'Monarch Dental Needles', gauge 25, No. 26½N curved, ½inch length. Incomplete, three needles remain. Box dimensions given.
993.924.2: Nose ClampNose Clamp, c. 1960 A lidded box containing a L-F nose clamp for use with the L-F Basal Meter. Box dimensions given.
2006.656.1: Ochsner's MaskOchsner's Mask, 20th Cent. OCHSNER face mask for inhaling ether as an anaesthetic, adult size, with lint cover held in place by hinged collar and 4 safety pins.
998.1.26: Ochsner's MaskOchsner's Mask, 20th Cent. OCHSNER wire framed face mask for inhaling ether as an anaesthetic, adult size. Collar to hold lint in place is missing.
2006.9.1: OphthalmometerOphthalmometer, c. 1900 An electrical ophthalmometer designed to measure the curvature of the anterior surface of the cornea and deliver a primary index of a patient's astigmatism or other corneal irregularities. Consists of a telescope on the examiner's side. Patent details 'C.I. OPHTHALMOMETER. PAT Aug 22. 99 CHICAGO. ILL. U.S.A.' in relief on the frame supporting a chin rest and suspended eye cover. A plaque with the manufacturer's details 'F. A HARDY & CO. CHICAGO U.S.A.' is attached to the dish. The dish has 2 eye testing light sources illuminated from behind by lamp bulbs. The cast iron frame has an...
993.124.1: OphthalmoscopeOphthalmoscope, 1885-1930 A non-luminous ophthalmoscope with a fixed disc at the top which contains 4 inset lenses and encases 29 other lenses which can be revolved turning the lower brass disc. There are 2 circular mirrors on the reverse side fixed to a plate that can be rotated around a central pivot, the larger mirror is on a spring hinge and the smaller mirror is oblique. The manufacturer's details 'DOWN BROS LONDON' and 'PATENT' are stamped into the surface. Case missing.
998.10.2: OphthalmoscopeOphthalmoscope, 1885-1930 A non-luminous ophthalmoscope with a revolving single lens disc which encases 18 lenses with supplementary four-lens quadrant attachment. On the reverse side are 2 circular mirrors [flat and concave], which are fixed to a plate that can be rotated around a central pivot, plus the smaller concave mirror can be rotated by its disc backing. The ophthalmoscope is marked 'CURRY & PAXTON LONDON'. Gold lettering 'CURRY & PAXTON' on lid lining. The lens held in the lid is missing. Dimensions given are for closed case.
993.127.1: OphthalmoscopeOphthalmoscope, 1900-1927 Self-luminous ophthalmoscope Simplex No.110 by instrument maker Henry DeZeng in blue velvet lined case. An encased revolving disc contains 19 lenses, with a lever on the mirror side that fixes its position, the mirror is tilted. 'DeZeng' is stamped into handle, 'MADE IN U.S.A.' and patent dates 'PAT 12.21.15, 7.18.22' are stamped into the mirror side of the ophthalmoscope and 'WELLSWORTH DEZENG' and 'Simplex No.110' are stamped into the other side. A cirular metal foil disc is attached to the lid lining with the makers details in relief. One lamp bulb is missing. Dimensions given are for...
993.123.1: OphthalmoscopeOphthalmoscope, 1885-1930 A Morton's non-luminous ophthalmoscope with a chain-of-lenses; a fixed disc at the top which contains 4 inset lenses and encases 29 other lenses which can be revolved turning the lower brass disc. The middle disk indicates the strength of the lens in the sight-hole. On the reverse side are 2 circular mirrors [flat and concave], which are fixed to a plate that can be rotated around a central pivot. The ophthalmoscope, which screws into an ivory and brass handle, is marked 'MORTON'S OPHTHALMOSCOPE MEDICAL SUPPLY ASSOCN AGENTS FOR CURRY & PAXTON LONDON'. Case missing.
993.125.1: OphthalmoscopeOphthalmoscope, 1885-1930 A Morton's non-luminous ophthalmoscope with a chain-of-lenses; a revolving disc at the top which contains 4 inset lenses and encases 29 other lenses which are adjusted by the lower brass disc. The middle disk indicates the strength of the lens in the sight-hole. On the reverse side are 2 circular mirrors [flat and concave], which are fixed to a plate that can be rotated around a central pivot. The base of the ivory and brass screw-on handle rotates to test colour vision. The ophthalmoscope is marked 'MORTON'S OPHTHALMOSCOPE CURRY & PAXTON LONDON'. Case missing.
993.121.1: OphthalmoscopeOphthalmoscope, 1885-1920 Morton's non-luminous ophthalmoscope in an embossed leather case. The ophthalmoscope has a chain-of-lenses; a rotating disc at the top which contains 4 inset lenses and encases 29 other lenses which can be revolved by turning the lower brass disc. The middle disk indicates the strength of the lens in the sight-hole. On the reverse side are 2 circular mirrors, which are fixed to a plate that can be rotated around a central pivot. The larger mirror is on a spring hinge and the smaller mirror is oblique. The ophthalmoscope, which screws into an ivory and brass handle, is stamped 'MORTON'S...