All Objects In All Collections: Objects 421 - 435 of 622

993.252.1: Saw, AmputationSaw, Amputation, 1900-1945 Amputation saw with metal handle, wide blade [9inch] and hinged back to aid blade removal. The handle is shaped for comfortable use and improved grip. 'DOWNBROSLONDON' stamped into handle.
993.253.1: Saw, AmputationSaw, Amputation, 1826-1837 Amputation bone saw with pressed-horn handle embossed with the Royal Arms [crown surrounded by the monarch's emblems of the lion and unicorn] and 'Razor Makers to His Majesty' on one side and 'J. WEISS LONDON No. 62 STRAND' on other. Fine tooth with deep slit serrations to prevent bone and tissue clogging the blade.
993.871.1: Saw, BoneSaw, Bone, 20th Cent. Metacarpal bone saw with loop handle, 8 inch long serrated blade.
2006.277.1: Saw, BoneSaw, Bone, 20th Cent. Metacarpal bone saw with loop handle, 20.50 cm long serrated blade and hinged back to aid blade removal. Manufacturer's name 'KNY-SCHEERER GERMANY', trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown] and 'P.W.P. O.R.' stamped into surface.
993.872.1: Saw, FingerSaw, Finger, 20th Cent. Finger saw, solid forged, coarse toothed serrated edged blade 6cm long.
2006.276.1: Saw, PlasterSaw, Plaster, 1941-1990 Plaster saw with loop handle. or The saw was used to cut open the skull and access the brain. It was invented by Sir Victor Horsley (1857-1916), an English surgeon and physiologist who pioneered the discipline of neurosurgery in the late 1800s.
2005.17.1: Scales, babyScales, baby, 1931-1980 Baby scales consisting of a painted wooden base, steel frame and wicker basket and two 1½ lb weights. The basket is attached to the frame with two screws. Weighting maximum is 10lbs 16 oz.
998.1.18: ScarificatorScarificator, 19th Cent. Lacquered octagonal 12 blade scarificator in a 2 part box. The lever handle on the top is used to release the spring-loaded round blades. The screw mechanism in the center top adjusts the cutting depth and the side button is a locking device. 'GERMANY' is stamped into lever handle.
993.7.1: ScarificatorScarificator, 1842-1857 Lacquered octagonal 8 blade scarificator. The lever handle on the top is used to release the spring-loaded blades. The screw mechanism in the center top adjusts the cutting depth and the side button is a locking device. The makers mark 'BIGG' is engraved on one side and 'LONDON' on the opposite side. The two top screws are missing.
993.6.1: ScarificatorScarificator, 19th Cent. Lacquered octagonal 12 blade scarificator. The lever handle on the top is used to release the spring-loaded rounded blades. The screw mechanism in the center top adjusts the cutting depth and the side button is a locking device.
2005.19.4: Schimmelbusch MaskSchimmelbusch Mask, 20th Cent. SCHIMMELBUSCH folding face mask with a hinged frame for holding gauze/lint in place onto which agents such as ether or chloroform were applied.
998.1.24: Schimmelbusch MaskSchimmelbusch Mask, 20th Cent. SCHIMMELBUSCH folding face mask with a hinged frame for holding gauze/lint in place onto which agents such as ether or chloroform were applied. 'STEVENS GERMANY' stamped into handle.
999.3.24: Schimmelbusch's MaskSchimmelbusch's Mask, 20th Cent. SCHIMMELBUSCH open-drop mask with hinged frame for holding lint or gauze onto which agents such as ether or chloroform were applied.
2006.547.1: ScissorsScissors Scissors with probe-ended blade for ducts, post-mortem instrument.
993.1155.1: Scissors, BandageScissors, Bandage, 1944-1993 LISTER bandage scissors. 'TRUDELL', 'GERMANY' and trademark stamped into handle.