Ear defenders

Made:
1915-1918 in Westminster

Single ear defender, the other is missing, made of vulcanite, in tin box with instructions, 1915 pattern, as supplied to the Royal Navy and also used by other British forces during the First World War, made by Mallock-Armstrong, 5 Carteret Street, Westminster, London, England.

Details

Category:
Audiology
Collection:
Sir Henry Wellcome's Museum Collection
Object Number:
A613191
Materials:
vulcanite and box, metal
type:
ear defenders

Parts

Instructions leaflet for Mallock-Armstrong ear defenders

Instructions leaflet for Mallock-Armstrong ear defenders

Instructions leaflet for Mallock-Armstrong ear defender, 1915 pattern, as supplied to the Royal Navy and also used by other British forces during the First World War, made by Mallock-Armstrong, 5 Carteret Street, Westminster, London, England.

Materials:
paper
Object Number:
A613191 Pt1
type:
instructions
Metal tin box for Mallock-Armstrong ear defenders

Metal tin box for Mallock-Armstrong ear defenders

Metal tin box for Mallock-Armstrong ear defenders, without contents (see other parts for details), by Mallock-Armstrong, 5 Carteret Street, Westminster, London, England, 1915-1918.

Materials:
vulcanite and box, metal
Object Number:
A613191 Pt2
type:
case
Mallock-Armstrong ear defender

Mallock-Armstrong ear defender

Mallock-Armstrong ear defender, without box (see other parts for details), by Mallock-Armstrong, 5 Carteret Street, Westminster, London, England, 1915-1918.

Materials:
vulcanite
Object Number:
A613191 Pt3
type:
ear defenders