|Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy - Abd.Cav.|
1906 Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy - Abdomen. Ten plates of the Abdominal Cavity - Plates 1-10. Wonderful Medical oddity.
|Master Violet Ray Machine - Vintage Quack Medicine|
Master Violet Ray Machine - Quack Medicine - this one works!!!
A Violet ray is an antique medical device used in electrotherapy. Their construction usually feature a combination of a disruptive discharge coil with an interrupter to appl`...
|Nurses and Doctors with Patients; c 1915|
Photograph of both nurses and doctors tending to their patients. Some visitors. Looks to be a small hospital. Provides a glimpse into the past of healthcare. Photograph 8" x 6" on a larger grey mount. Entire mount not shown.
What appears to be a normal mother and her deformed son. He has some type of upper body physical anomaly. Odd.
|Medical Anomaly Cabinet Card|
Image of three young children. The boy on the right has some time of spinal abnormality that is readily apparent.
Horizontal abinet card of a group of men. The man in the middle has some type of medical deformity.
|Lady with a Crutch Cabinet Card|
Image of a young woman with one crutch under her arm - medical anomaly cabinet card.
|Medical Stereoview of Thorax|
Medical stereoview of the Thorax on a larger mount with detailed notes printed mount recto. Stereo is 7 x 3-1/2 on a 7 x 9 mount. From the 'Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy.' Circa 1920.
|Daguerreotype of a Doctor or Pharmacologist|
Sixth plate daguerreotype of a young man in his 'wonderful white ice-cream suit'. Is he some kind of doctor or pharmacologist? Men of the first half of the nineteenth century rarely wore cream color suits; most often they were the dress of the those ...
|Women's Occupational - Nurses Silver Photograph|
Group of 16 nurses in a medical setting. They wear full uniforms include hats. Silver print measuring 8 x 6 on a larger black mount. Circa 1900.
Man with Strabismus Silver Photograph|
Image of four men, each wearing ribbons and medals. The bearded man in the upper right is cross-eyed. This medical anomaly is also known as strabismus. Measures 4 x 6 on a larger black mount.
|Amphibian Angels - Silver Photographs of Nurses|
Group of a dozen silver photographs of nurses training to assist the U.S. Navy and Army. They are undergoing rigorous water training. Circa 1944 images each measuring 7-1/2 x 10 with captions and news service story. By Tony Sarno.
|Physical Anomaly - Big Men Cabinet Card|
Three large, giant men pose in this Eastern European cabinet card. With what appears to be period hand in a foreign language mount verso.
|Joan Collins Silver Photographs|
Two silver images measuring 8 x 10 feature Joan Collins. one shows the actress with June Allyson and Leslie Nielson.
Joan Collins played conniving glamourpuss Alexis Carrington Colby on the TV soap opera Dynasty (1981-89). Collins began in...
|Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy - Bladder|
1906 Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy - Bladder. Three plates of the Bladder - Plates 1-3. Wonderful Medical oddity.
|Brown-Buerger Cystoscope Urological Instrument|
Brown-Buerger Cystoscope made in the early 1900's by Wappler Electric Co., NY. This antique medical instrument is in good condition and stored in the original labeled walnut case.
Maker: Wappler Electric Co., Inc. New York, USA
|Renulife Violet Ray Machine - Quack Medicine|
Renulife Violet Ray Machine - Quack Medicine - this one works!!!
A Violet ray is an antique medical device used in electrotherapy. Their construction usually feature a combination of a disruptive discharge coil with an interrupter to a`...
|Cross Eyed Girl Dag - Maker Marked|
Ninth plate cross-eyed dag housed in a complete case. With Tyler & Co. of Boston Daguerreotype logo affixed to back of image. The young child, who suffers from what is also known as strabismus, is identified in period hand on the inside of the back ...
Women's Occupational - Nurses|
Group of 13 nurses in a medical setting. They wear full uniforms include hats. Silver print measuring 8-1/2 x 6-1/2 on a larger black mount. Circa 1900.
|Medical School Students with Skeleton|
Albumen photograph trimmed to image of a group of men, most likely medical school students. The pose and among them is a skeleton. Measures 9-1/2 x 7.
|Medical Anomaly CDV|
Image of a lady with some type of spinal disease that distorts her trunk and head.
|St. Johns Hospital Operating Room|
Circa 1925 hospital operating room. Identified mount recto for St. John's Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. Indicates in period hand for the School of Nursing.
|Cross-Eyed Lady Daguerreotype|
Sixth plate image of a cross-eyed woman. This medical anomaly is more formally known as strabismus. She looks into the camera with one eye, while the other gazes toward the center. It is obvious she suffers from this abnormality that is now often ea...
|Medical Anomaly Cabinet Card|
Image of a group of men and women. On woman in the front has some time of spinal abnormality that is readily apparent.
|CDV of Man Suffering From Scoliosis|
Image of man and a woman, possibly a sister or wife. He suffers from scoliosis, a condition of side-to-side spinal curves. Excellen medical anomaly.
|Dental College Silver Photograph|
Silver image measuring 7-1/2 x 8-1/2 on a larger black mount. Features future dentists (students) in a clinical setting working on the teeth of various volunteers or patients. Circa 1915.
|Two Men - Each on Crutches Cabinet Card|
Excellent, yet slightly bizarre, cabinet card of two men. Both are on crutches and it appears the right legs of each man is injured. They wear derby hats. Great medical anomaly cabinet card; circa 1885.
|Span Am Officers Silver Photograph|
Group of three Spanish American war soldiers, two with Sergeant stripes on their sleeves and one with a medical cross on his sleeve. Slightly larger than a CDV.
|Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy - Abdomen|
1906 Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy - Abdomen. Six plates fo the Inguinal Region - Plates 1-6. Wonderful Medical oddity.
|Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy - Abd.Wall|
1906 Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy - Abdominal Wall. Four plates of the Abdominal Wall - Plates 1-4. Wonderful Medical oddity.