Brass stereotaxic apparatus, English, c. 1905.

Made:
1900-1910 in England and London
author:
Victor Alexander Haden Horsley
and
Victor Alexander Haden Horsley
and
maker:
H T Goodwin
and
James Swift and Son Limited

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Stereotaxic apparatus used by Sir Victor Horsley and Richard Clarke. Made by Swift and Son, London, c1905, together
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Head apparatus, part of stereotaxic apparatus used by Sir Victor Horsley and Richard Clarke. Made by Swift and Son,
Science Museum Group Collection
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Head apparatus, part of stereotaxic apparatus used by Sir Victor Horsley and Richard Clarke. Made by Swift and Son,
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Graticule 2-dimensional indicator, brass and wood, by H T Goodwin, London, c1905. Part of stereotaxic apparatus used by
Science Museum Group Collection
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Stereotaxic apparatus, brass with wooden case used by Sir Victor Horsley and Richard Clarke made by Swift and Son, London, c.1905

Stereotaxic apparatus, brass, used by Sir Victor Horsley and Richard Clarke, made by Swift and Son, London. The following two items are connected with this object: 1) Sir Victor Horsley's laboratory notebook 1904-1905 containing records (written and photographic) of experiments on electrolysed animals; 2) Graticule 2-dimensional indicator, brass and wood, made by H. T. Goodwin, London, c. 1905

Details

Category:
Surgery
Object Number:
1981-1688/3
Materials:
brass, complete, cord, ebonite
Measurements:
overall (small component): 80 mm x 90 mm x 100 mm, .16 kg
overall (large component): 237 mm x 320 mm x 130 mm, 1.274 kg
type:
stereotaxic apparatus
credit:
University College Hospital

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