All Objects In All Collections: Objects 361 - 375 of 645

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.
993.1149.1: PerforatorPerforator, 1944-1993 HOLME perforator with side grip.
993.718.1: PerforatorPerforator, 20th Cent. SIMPSON's straight perforator with sharp tipped concave blades, a box lock screw joint, crosshatch handles and a single spring articulated handle joint which locks the tip ensuring the blades stay firmly together while entering the foetal skull. Manufacturer 'DOWN LONDON' stamped into the surface.
993.1274.1: Perforator, CranialPerforator, Cranial, 20th Cent. Obstetric cranial perforator with long pointed blades curved on the flat with sharp external cutting edge and partial serrated inner surface, screw joint and ring handles.
993.719.1: Perforator, CranialPerforator, Cranial, 20th Cent. SIEBOLD type perforator with sharp external cutting edge, disjointing arms and ring handles. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] stamped into the surface.
999.3.45: Perforator, CranialPerforator, Cranial, 1911-1960 SMELLIE's perforator, American pattern, with sharp external cutting edge, disjointing arms and ring handles. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and supplier's name 'THE J. F. HARTZ Co.' stamped into the surface.
993.573.1: Perforator, EarPerforator, Ear, 20th Cent. TROELTSCH's ear perforator with stop on blade.
2006.235.1: Periosteal RaspatoryPeriosteal Raspatory, 20th Cent. LANGENBECK angular periosteal raspatory with flat handle. Manufacturer's name 'CARL REINER' and 'COR' stamped into handle.
2011.9.1: PessaryPessary, 1950-1980 Boxed "VIMULE" contraceptive pessary size 2. A domed rubber cap with a silk cord threaded through two holes in the collar. Pessary dimension given.
2006.347.1: Pestle & MortarPestle & Mortar Heavy glass pestle and mortar.
2006.142.1: Petri Dish SetPetri Dish Set, 1901-1950 Set of 3 petri dishes [7.3 cm/2⅞ inch dia., 1.7cm/⅝ inch height] in round lidded container. Lid has words 'PATENT WIRA NECESSAR' imprinted on the surface.
993.191.1: PharmacopeiaPharmacopeia, 1933 Book entitled 'Pharmacopeia of The Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street London W.C.1', J. Wicliffe Peck (ed), published by Love & Malcomson LTD, London & Redhill, revised edition 1933.
993.3.1: PhonendoscopePhonendoscope, 1895-1909 Bazzi & Bianchi's phonendoscope, a small circular unit with two diaphragm membranes placed next to each other. A solid metal rod is screwed onto the top of the unit for carrying and when in use was attached to the detachable diaphragm topped with a small gutta-percha chest piece. The long earpieces and the metal tube adapters [which fit into the top of the unit] would be attached to rubber tubing which is missing. The leather case may not be original. The phonendoscope intensified the auscultatory sounds and the small chest piece, fixed to the rod, fitted between the ribs to convey a...