Chloroform Inhaler with case

Made:
1862-1900 in London
maker:
George Barth and Company
and
Coxeter

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Clover Chloroform Inhaler with case, by Coxeter, London, and George Barth and Co., England, 1862-1900. Large black metal carrying case contains chloroform bottle, evaporation chamber, bellows, hose, and facemask. Reservoir bag is missing.

Details

Category:
Anaesthesiology
Object Number:
2011-26
Materials:
bakelite, fabric, glass, leather and metal (unknown)
type:
inhaler
credit:
University College London, Dept. of Earth Sciences