All Objects In All Collections: Objects 91 - 105 of 645

995.4.41: CeleritCelerit, 1930-1939 Cube shaped wrap around cardboard box containing the full set of 16 tan coloured blocks [prism shaped] of Celerit, a resinous reinforcing material used with Hominit as part of the 'Poller Moulage process', a process for making reproductions. Invented by Dr Alphonse Poller [of Vienna], it is used in conjunction with Negocoll (elastic hydrocolloidal composition) and Hominit [Registered Trade Marks]. Summary of the method of use as quoted from 'The Ideal Materials for Plastic Reproductions' booklet [printed by Kern Company] - "When the Negocoll has been liquefied by heating and allowed to...
993.980.1: CentrifugeCentrifuge, 1901-1950 Hand-driven mechanical centrifuge with inbuilt table clamp, removable tube rotation top with 2 aluminium tube holders and graduated tapered glass tubes, 10cc. Spare rotation top and tube holder. Spare rotation top and 2 tube holders have 'MADE IN GERMANY' stamped into surface.
2013.9.1: Ceremonial WhistleCeremonial Whistle, c. 1870 A Kwakiutl ceremonial Hamatsa carved single note cedar whistle with cord and textile binding wrapped around areas. The wood is glued together with pitch from the hemlock tree. Contact with early seafarers is seen in the navel type of string used. 'A N' and '15' is carved into the wood surface.
2006.571.1: Chest PieceChest Piece, 1920-1929 Double outlet stethoscope chest piece for binaural stethoscope. Reversible, flat diaphragm type with clip-on cover and removable hardened rubber bell end.
993.256.1: ChiselChisel, 19th Cent. Chisel blade, 'W & H HUTCHINSON SHEFFIELD' stamped into surface.
993.978.1: Chisel & Gouge SetChisel & Gouge Set Case containing a set of 2 solid forged gouges [½ and ⅜ inch diameter blade] and 2 soild forged chisels [½ and ⅜ inch diameter blade]. Chisels & Gouges is printed in gold lettering on the lid.
993.911.1: Chisel, MastoidChisel, Mastoid, 1950-1990 Mastoid chisel, ear instrument. Plain. Size 1 (1/8"). Manufacturer's trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown] stamped into handle.
993.1176.1: Clamp, CircumcisionClamp, Circumcision, 1950-1980 Circumcision clamp, 1.3cm diameter for use on newborns. 'GOMCO USA' & 'PAT 119180' stamped into base and '1.3CM.' stamped into underside of base, 'GOMCO USA' stamped into body part.
2006.663.1: Clamp, HaemorrhoidClamp, Haemorrhoid, 1941-1950 SMITH's type haemorrhoid clamp with ivory faced blades, scissor handles and set screw.
993.800.1: Clamp, PileClamp, Pile, 1901-1930 MATHIEU's angular haemorrhoid clamp with ivory faced serrated blades, disjointing, single spring and set screw. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and suppliers name 'THE J.F. HARTZ Co.' stamped into the surface. Incomplete small ivory fragment missing.
2006.110.1: Clamp, PileClamp, Pile, 1945-1980 COOK's haemorrhoid clamp; disjointing handles with grip grooves, single spring and bar ratchet.
2006.676.1: Clamp, PilesClamp, Piles, 1941-1990 JARVIS's pile clamp, slightly curved serrated angiotribe jaws, screw lock joint, ring handles and ratchet lock. Jaws 6cm length.
2006.555.1: Clamp, RegulatingClamp, Regulating, 20th Cent. Regulating cut-off clamp, HOFFMAN screw compressor with bar in fixed position.
993.139.1: Clamp, TonsilClamp, Tonsil, 1915-1954 CULLOM's tonsil clamp with ratchet [also called compressor forceps]. A gauze pad is held in place by the hinged ring.
993.126.1: Collins' LampCollins' Lamp, 1901-1920 Portable benzoline lamp with collimating lens. The oil is poured into the base which contains a sponge, the wick is threaded in the stem. The lit wick is reflected in a polished metal backing through the lens. 'MAW LONDON.E.C.' is stamped into the surface.