Handle part of laryngoscopic set, used by Mott, c 1880

Made:
1875-1885
Laryngoscopic set, plated metal and plastic, in leather case, owned by Sir Frederick Mott,  made by Heinrich Reiner, Laryngoscopic set, plated metal and plastic, in leather case, owned by Sir Frederick Mott,  made by Heinrich Reiner, Thin metal probe, two handles, and four laryngeal mirrors. All parts of a laryngoscopic set, made of plated metal and

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Laryngoscopic set, plated metal and plastic, in leather case, owned by Sir Frederick Mott, made by Heinrich Reiner,
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Laryngoscopic set, plated metal and plastic, in leather case, owned by Sir Frederick Mott, made by Heinrich Reiner,
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London.

Thin metal probe, two handles, and four laryngeal mirrors. All parts of a laryngoscopic set, made of plated metal and
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London.

Handle part of laryngoscopic set, owned by Sir Frederick Mott, made by Heinrich Reiner, Vienna, 1875-1885

Details

Category:
Clinical Diagnosis
Object Number:
A50614/5
Materials:
bakelite and metal (unknown)
type:
handle
credit:
Mott, Lady