'Paragon' reusable rubber condom, London, England, 1948-1950

Made:
1948-1950 in London
Paragon re-usable rubber condom, medium size, in original box with instructions, by Georges (Chemists) Ltd., London,

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Paragon re-usable rubber condom, medium size, in original box with instructions, by Georges (Chemists) Ltd., London,
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"Paragon" re-usable rubber condom, medium size, in original box with instructions, by Georges (Chemists) Ltd., London, c.1948

This 'Paragon' re-usable medium-sized rubber condom is in its original box. The box also contains directions for use. Condoms are now made out of latex rather than rubber. This condom was made by Georges (Chemists) Ltd, in London, England.

Details

Category:
Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Contraception
Object Number:
1989-865
Materials:
box, cardboard and condom, latex rubber
Measurements:
overall - box closed: 14 mm x 190 mm x 65 mm, .028 kg
type:
condom
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
credit:
Stirling, J.