All Objects In All Collections: Objects 361 - 375 of 635

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...
993.971.1: Phoria MeasurePhoria Measure, 20th Cent. Hand held ‘Monocular Maddox Phoria Measure’ designed to measure Anisophoria which is the change in the phoria away from the primary position. The measure combines a large 25mm aperture, a red Maddox rod disc mounted perpendicular to the integral handle in a 10PD prism which can be rotated from the side by an adjusting wheel. When the handle is vertical, Maddox Rods are horizontal and the patient sees a vertical streak. When the handle is horizontal, Maddox Rods are vertical and the patient sees a horizontal streak. A scale from 0 - 10 prism diopters indicates the measure of...
993.1353.1: Pill BoxPill Box, 20th Cent. Pill box with screw-on regular dodecagon [12 sides] lid. Paper label adhering to base with 'NITRO. G. TABS.' printed. The internal base is lined with textile and the lid with card. The box is empty of medication.
993.246.1: Pill RollerPill Roller, 1870-1901 Pill roller instrument to make 24 small-sized pills, comprises of a flat handle bar with an attached grooved brass plate which wheels over a sloping board with a corresponding grooved brass plate, these grooves are graduated marking off the 6th, 12th, 18th and 24th groove. The makers name and address 'S. MAW, SON & THOMPSON 11 & 12 ALDERSGATE ST LONDON' and graduation marks are stamped into the surface.
993.340.1: Pince-NezPince-Nez, 1890-1940 'Astig' framed pince-nez with oval eyes and corrective lenses. Telescopic spiral spring bar bridge and pivoted plaquets with full length cork nose pads. Small loop handle. 'NG P' [P inside box] stamped into bridge.
993.339.1: Pince-NezPince-Nez, 1880-1940 Gold plated framed pince-nez with half eye lenses, C-spring bridge, fixed plaquets with full-length cork nose pads. Small ring handle.
993.336.1: Pince-NezPince-Nez, 1900-1940 Gold-filled ['G.F.' stamped into inner surface of nose bridge] finger-piece frame with rimless oval lenses. Spring operated plaquets, white nose pads with cross-hatch striations to give better grip covering half the plaquets. A gold chain and single ear hook is attached to the right-side lens.