Heavy-duty, metal artificial arm worn by right below elbow amputee who worked in Steeper's factory (from 1943-85), making metal sockets. The tools he used include: a: 2.17 kg club-hammer (fitted to arm). b: Ball pein hammer 0.95 kg c: Double headed ball-pein hammer 0.61 kg d: Double headed planishing hammer. They all have the heavy-duty McKay adaptors, (c.1950)
Heavy-duty, metal artificial arm worn by right below-elbow amputee who worked in Steeper's factory, based at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton (from 1943-85), making metal sockets. Also, some of the tools he used, club-hammer, ball pein hammer, double headed ball-pein hammer and a double headed planishing hammer. All have heavy-duty McKay adaptors. Made in England, c.1950.
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part 2: 50 mm x 162 mm x 50 mm, .75kg
part 3: 40 mm x 170 mm x 120 mm, 1kg
part 4: 42 mm x 155 mm x 142 mm, .65kg
- artificial arm
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- artificial limb
- Richmond Twickenham and Roehampton Healthcare NHS Trust
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