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Cryptograph (coding and decoding machine) by Sir Charles Wheatstone, 1843-1875
Cryptograph (coding and decoding machine) by Sir Charles Wheatstone, unknown maker, British, 1843-1875
Pair of Queen Victoria's white satin slippers, England, 1840-1848
Pair of Queen Victoria's white satin slippers with bars of gold ribbon and gold rosette on front, part of Chalmers' collection, by Gundry and Son, 1 Soho Square, London, England, 1840-1848.
Rosen ophthalmoscope, in case by London Optical Co. Ltd.
Battery-powered ophthalmoscope with battery in rectangular case.
Patrick's Improved Retinoscope in case by R. Archer & Sons Ltd.
Wray Stereoscopic Lenses
Two stereoscopic lenses and cylindrical leather case made by Wray of London in around 1890.
Hearing Aid Spectacles
Spectacles with built-in hearing aid in case. Possiblily Bakelite.
"Refractionist Model" Ophthalmoscope
Battery-operated ophthalmoscope 'Refractionist Model' in box.
Halbig Handwerk bisque doll, about 1910
Materials Science Gallery
doll, toy, Halbig Handwerk bisque doll, with brown eyes, open mouth, blonde wig, jointed wood and composition body, in pale blue satin and lace trimmed gown, white canvas shoes, straw bonnet, German, c 1910
Wellington Light Filters
Case containing three Wellington light filters in clip-on metal mounts by Wellington & Ward.
Battery-powered Marple-Morton ophthalmoscope in rectangular case.
Accessories for rotary microtome
Scientific Instruments & Research
Accessories for rotary microtome by F. Sartorius.
Queen Victoria's slippers, 1840-1848.
Pair of Queen Victoria's white satin slippers with bars of gold ribbon and gold rosette on front, part of Chalmers collection, English, 1840-1848
cremer photoflood holder (crab)
Spun aluminium reflector. 18cm diameter. Satin interior. BC lampholder. 2 metres #pvc covered twin lead. Bayonet plug. Ball and socket adjustment. Tripod stand. 2 feet with screw clamp. Third rubber sucker. A.E. Cremer.
The Walter Burfitt Medal, awarded to Charles Kella
The Walter Burfitt Medal, awarded to Charles Kellaway, by the Royal Society of New South Wales, Sydney, bronze [...], made by Waterlow and Sons Limited of London, English, 1881-1932
A blue presentation box, with satin interior, for clay pipes made by John Pollock & Co.
Bronze Medal Awarded to Hermann Lohr
Circular bronze medal, in rectangular leather case, awarded to Hermann Lohr, as prize for Harmony by the Royal Academy of Music in 1893, made by John Pinches, 27 Oxendon Street, London, England, 1822-1893.