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998.4.1: Stethoscope, MonauralStethoscope, Monaural, 1920-1960 Monaural stethoscope consisting of a hollow metal stem with an expanded end [chest bell] and slide-on concave ear plate with swivel joint. The stethoscope is positioned upright for use, and at right angle for carrying.
993.16.1: Stethoscope, MonauralStethoscope, Monaural, 1870-1897 Turned wooden monaural stethoscope consisting of a hollow stem with an expanded end, and screw-on concave ear plate.
993.1261.1: Stethoscope, MonauralStethoscope, Monaural, 1901-1950 One piece monaural stethoscope consisting of a metal hollow stem with an expanded end [chest bell], and flat vulcanised rubber ear plate.
995.4.75: Stethoscope, MonauralStethoscope, Monaural, 1910-1940 Portable wooden monaural stethoscope consisting of a long conical stem with chest bell at one end; screwed upright into a concave ear plate. The stem can be inserted through the ear piece for easy portability.
993.5.1: Stop  Watch, Pulse FrequencyStop Watch, Pulse Frequency, c. 1870 A pocket watch to measure the frequency of the pulse. In a case with dial face, spring-type mechanism. Early design.
993.219.1: Thermometer in CaseThermometer in Case, 1911-1960 Half-minute, "Progress", 95°-110°F scale thermometer in metal plated case. Thermometer mercury bulb broken and missing.
993.186.1: Thermometer in CaseThermometer in Case, 1921-1960 Half-minute, easy set, 95°-110°F scale thermometer [No. 37] in metal plated case. Thermometer mercury bulb broken and missing.
993.81.1: Thermometer in CaseThermometer in Case, 1928 One-minute oral-long bulb thermometer, mercury indicator 94 to 110°F, in screw top aluminium case. Pin and chain attached to case. 'Certificate of Examination of CLINICAL THERMOMETER' and directions of use, No. 9338, issued and stamped July 16 1928.
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.
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.
993.216.1: Tube, SpecimenTube, Specimen, 1911-1960 Specimen tube with rubber stopper in a wooden mailing case.Address label adhering to case with return address printed "Dr. J. D. BENJAFIELD, 95 Harley Street, W.1."
993.585.1: Twin TransilluminatorTwin Transilluminator, 1939-1960 A twin transilluminator in a lidded box with written instructions and pictures printed on both external and internal lid surfaces, containing: a twin transilluminator with a 7½ ft electrical cord with two tips consisting of two light carrying tubes, each with a removable bulb hood and a screw-in bulb; two glass sheaths with light shields; two spare bulbs. One light carrying tube is fixed and connected to the handle, whilst the other can be manually adjusted by way of guide bars to modify the tube's spacing. The bulb hoods have a small circular opening for projecting the light rays. When...