Wooden case for blood transfusion apparatus

Made:
1917-1918 in London
maker:
General Surgical Company Limited
and
Duncan Flockhart and Company Limited
Blood transfusion apparatus designed by Geoffrey Keynes during the 1st World War and made by the General Surgical Co.

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Blood transfusion apparatus designed by Geoffrey Keynes during the 1st World War and made by the General Surgical Co.
Science Museum Group Collection
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Wooden case for blood transfusion apparatus, originally thought to have been designed by Geoffrey Keynes, but now believed to be the design of Oswald Hope Robertson during the 1st World War and made by the General Surgical Co. Ltd., 1917-1918

Details

Category:
Public Health & Hygiene
Collection:
Sir Henry Wellcome's Museum Collection
Object Number:
A625893 Pt23
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), incomplete, leather, paper (fibre product), textile and wood (unidentified)
Measurements:
case displayed open: 715 mm x 490 mm x 332 mm,
case: 136 mm x 490 mm x 371 mm, 3 kg
type:
case
credit:
Welsh Regional Transfusion Service