All Objects In All Collections: Objects 331 - 345 of 605

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.
993.125.1: 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...
993.129.1: OphthalmoscopeOphthalmoscope, 1877-1900 Lined lidded case containing ophthalmoscope and screw-on handle. Lenses are mounted on 2 rotating discs with numbers underneath; the plus numbers are in white, and the minus numbers are in red. 1 of the 4 external lenses [-5] is missing, all 15 internal lenses and the vertically tilting mirror are intact. 'Loring Ophthalmoscope' is stamped on lid in gold lettering. The indirect lens stored under a velvet flap in base is missing. The handle is not original.
993.1009.1: Ophthalmoscope in CaseOphthalmoscope in Case, c. 1880 Non-luminous ophthalmoscope with ebony screw-on handle and lacquered brass stem, 5 small indirect lenses of varying thickness and 1 larger hand held lens in an embossed leather case lined with blue velvet and internal metal strip borders. The ophthalmoscope has an inset perforated reflective glass disc and a lens clip which folds out from a side hinge on a short arm. Manufacturer's details 'PAETZ & FLOHR U.d. LINDEN 13. BERLIN OPTIKER & MECHANIKER' are printed in gold lettering on a leather label attached to the lid lining. Dimensions given are for case only. 1 hand held lens is missing.
993.92.1: OsteotomeOsteotome, 1921-1970 Osteotome, solid forged, in leather pouch. Trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown] stamped into osteotome.
2006.263.1: OsteotomeOsteotome, 20th Cent. MACEWEN osteotome with heavy handle and ¼inch [6mm] width graduated blade. Distributor's name 'FISHER & BURPE LTD' and width of blade '¼' stamped into handle. 'X VGH OR' [Vancouver General Hospital, Operating Room ] also stamped into handle.
2010.5.1: OtoscopeOtoscope, 1960-1999 Welch Allyn light weight hand-held self-illuminating otoscope [green plastic casing] with sliding on-off switch and removable viewing lens, Model 29000. Battery holder for two AA size batteries, contains a I.IV0.22A bulb. Spare bulb.
2006.40.1: Padgett-Hood Manual DermatomePadgett-Hood Manual Dermatome, 1948-1967 Portable 'Padgett-Hood' manual dermatome, which comprises a holder with a convex surface which rotates on a shaft held in a stand with two handles either end, a thickness gauge and the blade holder. Cuts skin grafts of uniform predetermined thickness from five to fifty thousandths of an inch. Manufacturing No. 1424. Incomplete, the cutting blade, cement and brush [for applying cement] are missing.
993.53.1: Pap BoatPap Boat, c. 1900 Small plain clear glazed porcelain invalid infant feeder, half covered with a straight spout and a fan-shaped handle to the rear, unsigned.
993.56.1: Pap BoatPap Boat, c. 1900 Decorated oval ceramic infant feeder. 2 piece molded boat shaped vessel, open with one end drawn into a lip, with blue floral decoration on inside rim and European imitation of oriental design on exterior surface. Unsigned.
993.262.1: Pastilles, MeloidsPastilles, Meloids, 20th Cent. A hinged lidded tin containing '½oz. net. 'MELLOW-VOICE PASTILLES'. The pastilles are black and square in shape and contain: licorice, menthol and capsicum. Meloids were manufactured by Boots Pure Drug Company Ltd. Nothingham, England and sold in the U.S.A. and Canada by Rexall Drug Stores.
993.725.1: PelvimeterPelvimeter, 1901-1950 BREISKY's external pelvimeter with curved detachable arms and a scale graduated in centimeters [0-40cm]. Arm movement is adjusted by a large central screw. Manufacturer's name 'LEITER IN WIEN' stamped into surface.
993.724.1: PelvimeterPelvimeter, c. 1910-1960 COLLYER\'s external pelvimeter with curved detachable arms and a central scale graduated in centimeters and inches [0-16 inches, 0-40cm]. Arm movement is adjusted by a large screw wing-nut. Supplier\'s name \'FISHER&BURPE LTD\', manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and \'GERMANY\' stamped into surface.
999.3.81: PelvimeterPelvimeter, 1910-1960 COLLYER's external pelvimeter with curved detachable arms, graduated in both centimeters and inches [0-16 inches, 0-40cm]. Arm movement is adjusted by a screw wing-nut. Suppier's name 'CANADIAN SURG.SUP.', 'MADE IN GERMANY' and 'CHIRON CHROME' stamped into the surface.