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Chas A Blatchford and Sons Limited
F G Ernst
Hanger Orthopaedic Group, Inc
Place of origin
Wooden prosthetic hand with rigid fingers
Standard left Steeplon hand with mechanical thumb
Hanger-Simpson wooden hand with all fingers articu
Steeper right cosmetic foam hand - (non functional
Mechanical hand. All the fingers actively flex and
Wooden hand with all fingers fully articulated. Te
Wooden mechanical hand with a rigid thumb, ring an
Wooden hand with fingers fully articulated. Tenon
Certalmid hand with a moveable two-way (sliding) thumb which is tipped with leather. All the fingers are rigid in a moderately flexed position. Made by Blatchford c. 1930.
Certalmid hand with a moveable thumb
Wooden hand with ball-type wrist joint and tenon thumb. Rigid index and middle fingers which are slightly flexed. The ring and little fingers are articulated at all joints. Made by C.A. Hoefftoke, c.1900.
Wooden hand with ball-type wrist joint and tenon t
Right wooden mechanical hand with central push-rod control, designed to be worn with a glove. Forearm is missing but metal wrist housing is present. Probably Belgian c.1920.
Right wooden mechanical hand with central push-rod
Right wooden hand with rigid fingers and spring thumb. Origin unknown, probably 1920 or earlier.
Right wooden hand with rigid fingers and spring th
Left wooden hand with articulated fingers, tenon wrist joint. Hand-plate missing. Made by C.A. Hoefftoke c.1900.
Left wooden hand with articulated fingers, tenon w
McKay all-rubber hand with 'ductile' fingers and a spring thumb, fitted with a cat-gut thong and metal ring, kept in position by a small metal guide loop; to permit active abduction. Made by McKay, c.1920.
McKay all-rubber hand with 'ductile' fingers and a
Wooden hand with fully articulated fingers and tenon thumb. There is a palm fitment for holding either a pen or pencil. Oval wrist. Made by F.G. Ernst c.1890.
Wooden hand with fully articulated fingers