All Objects In All Collections: Objects 106 - 120 of 605

993.131.1: Contact Lens SetContact Lens Set, c. 1940 Contact lens set consisting of a steel case containing two round lidded cardboard boxes each containing a 'scleral' hard contact lens laying on a bed of cotton wool and a rubber suction holder in a lidded plastic vial. The lids of the boxes have the name of the owner 'Walsh' and both 'L' or 'R' to denote the lens for each eye, also 'R' is scratched into the right eye lens. The case is engraved with the owners name 'A.C. WALSH'. Dimensions given are for closed case.
993.133.1: Contact Lenses, CasedContact Lenses, Cased, c. 1930 Leather holder containing three brown D-shaped plastic hinged single contact lens cases. Case for lens type 25/7 R [contact lens missing], case for lens type 25/75 L +1,00 [contact lens missing] and case for lens type 2/8 containing hard 'scleral' contact lens [2cm diameter, 0.8cm depth]. Manufacturer's details 'CARL ZEISS JENA Made in Germany' in relief on one case lid and 'CARL ZEISS JENA GERMANY' on lid of other two. Circular piece of adhesive bandage attached to interior lid of each contact lens case with owners name 'ARTHUR C. WALSH' printed in pencil around the edge. Strip of...
993.717.1: Cranioclast, Braun'sCranioclast, Braun's, 20th Cent. Craniotomy forceps, BRAUN's cranioclast is composed of two curved blades, one fenestrated with serrated internal sides, the other solid with serrated jaws and a roughened side fitting into the first. Single disjointing lap joint and finger lugs placed at the top end of the handles. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] stamped into surface. Screw and wingnut missing.
997.14.1: CrucibleCrucible Thin walled cup shape with flat bottom, iron based material. Exterior surfaces discoloured with accretions adhering to interior surfaces. Crucible may have had a lid which is missing.
993.10.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, 20th Cent. Plain dome-shaped, small sized, suction instrument.
993.1128.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, 19th Cent. Plain dome-shaped, large sized, suction instrument. Remains of trade stamp on surface, first letter G, last Y.
993.37.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, c. 1906 Small sized cupping glass. Part of 'Becton Dickinson Dry Cupping Set'.
993.36.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, c. 1906 Medium sized cupping glass. Part of 'Becton Dickinson Dry Cupping Set'.
993.11.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, 20th Cent. Plain dome-shaped, medium sized, suction instrument.
993.35.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, c. 1906 Large sized cupping glass. Part of 'Becton Dickinson Dry Cupping Set'.
993.9.1: Cupping PumpCupping Pump, 20th Cent. Suction pump with screw on glass cup. Instruction label 'How to keep pump in order' adhering to pump surface.
993.1140.1: CuretteCurette, 1950-1999 YARROW enucleator curette. Scoop on long plain shaft with grooved handle.
993.697.1: Curette, AdenoidCurette, Adenoid, 1901-1950 KIRSTEIN's adenoid curette, size 2, with a sharp blade. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and size number '2' stamped into shaft.
999.3.75: Curette, EndocervicalCurette, Endocervical, 1931-1960 GUSBERG's endocervical curette, medium size, cross hatch textured handle. 'SKYLAR USA STAINLESS' and 'PAT APPD FOR' stamped into handle.
993.698.1: Curette, PlacentaCurette, Placenta, 20th Cent. MACHELL's placenta curette, blunt with loop handle, solid forged.