All Objects In All Collections: Objects 571 - 585 of 629

999.3.1: Tincture of IodineTincture of Iodine, 1940-1960 Rectangular brown bottle with a red rubber stopper containing 3 fluid ounces of Tincture of Iodine. In relief on the back of the bottle is a scull and cross bones and 'POISON LIQ. IODINE'. Paper label on outside has antidote printed in black ink.
993.286.1: Tinted D-SpectaclesTinted D-Spectacles, 1833 Tinted wig spectacles with 4 D-shaped blue-green tinted lenses [non-corrective] and sterling silver wire frame with folding two-piece turn-pin style side arms . Two extra lenses at the sides are hinged so that they can be folded out to cover peripheral vision. Stamps at either end of bridge: Date letter 'S', duty mark profile portrait of reigning monarch George IV. Silver standard mark [lion] and city mark [uncrowned leopard's head for London, England] stamped into both side arms by hinge. 'W' is also stamped by hinge [possibly maker's initial].
999.3.18: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1936-1950 LACK's tongue depressor. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and 'THE J.F. HARTZ Co. CHROME' stamped into the surface.
993.1007.1: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1891-1940 Folding tongue depressor with two fenestrated ends. Manufacturer's trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] stamped into surface.
998.1.32: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1940-1960 STEHMANN's self-retaining, clip-style tongue depressor with coiled spring hinge. 'J.F.HARTZ.DETROIT' stamped into flat oval tongue depressing component, and three initials 'R.I.H' [Royal Inland Hospital (Kamloops)] stamped into curved surface.
993.1151.1: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1944-1993 BOSWORTH tongue depressor with fenestrated end. Stainless steel with plated metal handle. Details 'PennU.S.A.STAINLESS' stamped into surface.
993.1147.1: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1993-2003 Flat double ended instrument. Manufacturer's name 'OMEGA' and trademark 'Ω' stamped into surface.
993.51.1: Tongue ScraperTongue Scraper, 19th Cent. Silver plated 'Georgian' tongue scraper, English. Plating very worn, decorative design on one side of object. Poss. remains of black enamel decoration.
993.371.1: Tongue ScraperTongue Scraper, 1835-1900 Oriental tongue scraper composed of a carved ivory or bone feather with painted images of fleas, glass beads, two joined tassels and a large oval coin, all connected by a cord. The coin, known as the Tempo Tsuho, was struck from 1835 to 1870, a period of transition in Japan from the long ruling Shoguns to the modernization of the Meiji Restoration. The symbols on one side of the coin represents equal to 100 [100 Mon coin of Japan]. On the outer edge on two sides of the coin there is a stamp mark of a cherry blossom.
2014.3.1: TonometerTonometer, c. 1929 SCHIØTZ tonometer, set of three weights, a zero test block and a pipe cleaner in a blue velvet and silk lined case with clasp. The tonometer has a 2cm graduated scale printed on paper fixed to top bar. A SKLAR leaflet giving a description of the instrument [not original to the instrument], a sheet with directions for use, and a graph: 'Deflection of the pointer' signed on the back certifying 'Tonometer no. 341 adjusted. Oslo 25/1 - 29.' stored behind the padded flap inside the lid. 'SCHIØTZ TONOMETER' and it's serial number '341' is stamped into the tonometer. 'PROFESSOR SCHIØTZ...
993.47.1: ToothkeyToothkey, 18th Cent. Dental toothkey with a curve to the end of a straight shaft, hinged claw and a wooden handle. An iron band attaches the two piece screw handle to the shaft. A four toothed curved claw is attached to the end of the shaft by means of a screw-pin and can be rotated through 90 degrees. Unsigned.
993.46.1: ToothkeyToothkey, 19th Cent. Dental toothkey with a double bend in the shaft and an ebony handle. A non-rotating claw with a straight edge is attached to the end of the shaft and to the top of the bolster. A length of bandage is wrapped and secured around the shaft. Unsigned.
993.45.1: ToothkeyToothkey, 18th Cent. Dental toothkey with a curve to the end of a straight shaft and a mechanism which allow the claw to be rotated. The claw moves on a swivel fixed on top of the bolster with eight notches which when secured by a lever keeps the claw in the desired position. The lever is sunk into the body of the shaft and pivots up and down when pressure is applied over the thumb rest. The wooden handle is carved with concentric rings. Unsigned.
993.44.1: Toothkey, Double-ClawedToothkey, Double-Clawed, 19th Cent. Double-clawed toothkey with a double bend in the shaft and an ivory handle. Both claws have three teeth and can be removed by a sliding mechanism on the shaft which raises a pin to release the claws. The claws can be rotated through 90 degrees. The handle is carved with concentric rings at either end. Unsigned.
993.251.1: TourniquetTourniquet, 1881-1920 Petit's spiral tourniquet. A long strap threaded through a screw device with a piece of leather sewn into the strap at the buckle. Used to apply pressure to stop heavy bleeding, especially during amputations. '65.56.1' scratched into surface.