Anatomy & Pathology: Objects 1 - 15 of 20

995.4.15: Anatomical Model of Face & Neck Anatomical Model of Face & Neck , 1910-1920 Detailed multi-coloured wax anatomical model of face and neck in profile for studying teeth, nerves, etc. Housed in black painted wooden display case with glass fronted window/lid. Each anatomical landmark is numbered. The index which was attached to the back of the box has been removed. Makers label adhering to back reads 'Lehrmittelwerk Berlinsche Verlagsanstalt BERLIN N.W. 87'.
2006.448.1: Anatomical PlatesAnatomical Plates, 1930-1950 Thirty-three equipment and anatomical [human and animal] printing plates of varying sizes, consist of copper printing sheets nailed onto wooden bases. Two of the stamps have a lead sheet beneath the copper plate. Twenty four of the stamps are backed with paper with labels attached to thirty one of the stamps, these labels refer to paper, plate and figure numbers.
995.4.68: Anatomical StampsAnatomical Stamps, 1921-1950 Anatomical stamps for diagnosis and pathological records. Consists of eighteen rubber stamps each with a wooden base and handle, one rubber stamp with a lead base and a wooden handle and two metal stamps each on a wooden block base; one lead and one copper alloy. Labels ‘C.W.MACK TORONTO RED HANDLE CUSHION REG’D 1925 PATENTED’ attached to parts t and u. Owners name ‘A M DAVIDSON’ scratched into the varnished surface of parts c, d and k, and ‘DR DAVIDSON’ written in pencil on the back of parts v and w. A sales catalogue No. 10 from ‘BARTON MFG. CO. NEW YORK’, with thirty...
2006.223.1: Anatomical StampsAnatomical Stamps, 1956-1985 Anatomical stamps for teaching purposes. Three lead stamps on wooden bases; two catheter insertion diagrams and a collapsed and ventilated diagram. Part a dimensions given.
2006.643.1: CalipersCalipers, 1936-1950 'ESCO' calipers with sharp pointed ends with cardboard box. Closed calipers dimensions given.
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...
993.256.1: ChiselChisel, 19th Cent. Chisel blade, 'W & H HUTCHINSON SHEFFIELD' stamped into surface.
993.1352.1: Dissecting SetDissecting Set Wooden case covered with burgundy coloured leather with copper alloy swing hooks and catches, lined with burgundy coloured velvet, moulded internal compartments. Contains scalpel, 2 x dissecting teasing needles, 2 x glass rods. Incomplete.
995.4.42: HominitHominit, 1930-1939 Cube shaped wrap around cardboard box containing 11 "CREME" coloured blocks [prism shaped] of Hominit, a resinous material used as part of the 'Poller Moulage process'. Hominit is a quick-setting positive material used when hot for mold making. Invented by Dr Alphonse Poller [of Vienna], it is used in conjunction with Negocoll (elastic hydrocolloidal composition) and Celerit [Registered Trade Marks]. Suppliers name and address "KERN COMPANY 136 LIBERTY ST. NEW YORK, N.Y." printed on internal lid surface. Summary of the method of use as quoted from The Ideal Materials for Plastic...
993.663.1: Human SkullHuman Skull A human skull with the top of the cranium cut so that it can be lifted off to view the interior cavity. Copper alloy fittings attached to the sides to join the cranium [one hook is missing]. The mandible attaches to the lower cranium with spring fittings. Red and blue pigment applied to surface areas.
993.662.1: Human Skull, Front SectionHuman Skull, Front Section Front section of human skull used for teaching, showing the eye sockets, sinuses and maxilla [coloured cords are attached]. The mounted skull is divided into three sections which are joined together by brass hinges with hooks holding the sections together.
2006.117.1: Needle, Post MortemNeedle, Post Mortem Straight cast iron post mortem needle. 'ENGLAND' stamped into shaft, below eyelet.
993.986.1: Post Mortem SetPost Mortem Set, 20th Cent. Post mortem set in case with key. Case has lift out tray with lidded compartment. 29 all metal instruments: solid mallet and knife/hatchet with brushed chrome plated finish on handle, cross handle chisel, 6x solid forged scalpel handles with different shaped blades, disjointing enterotome/bowel scissors with hook point, disjointing straight scissors with probe end for coronary arteries, 2x blunt end dissection forceps, bow saw handle with serrated blade; fitting for/and straight handle and spare serrated blade, straight disjointing shears with spring, folding skin grafting razor 'TIEMANN'...
2006.547.1: ScissorsScissors Scissors with probe-ended blade for ducts, post-mortem instrument.
993.665.1: Skeletal Left Foot Skeletal Left Foot , 20th Cent. Skeletal left foot. Bones held together with wire, metal springs and elasticated cord.