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Electrotherapy machine, England, 1860-1900
Late 19th century magneto-electric machine, with elaborate workmanship by Green, London(?)
Magneto electric therapy apparatus
Magneto electric therapy apparatus, hand cranked, by Maw and Thompson, of London, 1870-1905
Low-frequency electrotherapy apparatus, cased, wit
Low-frequency electrotherapy apparatus, cased, without cell, owned by Dr. P.F. Gachet (1828-1909), French, 1850-1880. Contains 2 electropuncture needles, brush, rectal electrode, 2 big electrodes, small coil, 2 insulated wires, and interrupter, all in neat compact case. Also contain's Gachet's own prescription stamp, which reads (in reverse): 'Docteur | P.F. Gachet | 9. Rue Montholon | de 9. heures a 3.'
Low-frequency electrotherapy apparatus with 2 wet
Low-frequency electrotherapy apparatus with 2 wet cells, in fine marquetry case, owned by Dr. P.F. Gachet (1858-1909), invented by Drs. Hippolyte Benoist and Marie Davy, French, 1850-1880. Maker's plaque on top of box: 'Appareil Electro-Medical | des docteurs | Hte Benoist and Marie Davy | Pile Brevetee S.G.D.G.'
Later 19th century magneto-electric machine for el
Later 19th century magneto-electric machine for electrotherapy, hand-cranked, probably infringing Davis' USA patent of 1854
Late 19th century magneto-electric therapy apparat
Late 19th century magneto-electric therapy apparatus, hand-cranked
High frequency "violet ray" electrotherapy apparat
High frequency "violet ray" electrotherapy apparatus with three electrodes, English, 1925-1940
Hand-cranked electrotherapy apparatus with Clarke-
Hand-cranked electrotherapy apparatus with Clarke-type magneto, by Appareil Gaiffe at Paris, in fine mahogany case, owned by Dr. P.F. Gachet, French, 1859. Complete set with 7 electrodes (two flat ovoid plates, one sponge-holder, one brush, one rectal, two button-shaped attachments) and two wires to connect electrodes to apparatus.