Licensed Chauffeur badge from the early 1900’s.
This is a very rare c1910 coca-cola bottle, straight sided, ribbed base, bottom of bottle reads “ROOT” which was the glass house that made these bottles.
This is a Vietnam War Era (1960’s) field and office Otoscope and Ophthalmoacope set. The set comes with a battery power supply to use the set on the field, as well as a power cord to use it in the office.
This set is in 100% pristine working condition. I ordered it sealed, but I had to take it out to take photos and test it to make sure it worked.
This kit is for sale in our shop. If you are interested, feel free to send us a message.
Tonicine was a gonadal tonic, presented in 2 forms, male and female. The male version contained fresh testicle, and the female, fresh ovary.
Tonicine was claimed to be of definitive value as a general tonic and reconstructive, stimulating digestion and nerve cells.
Tonicine Male was said to cure impotence and help in the “male climacteric”, and Tonicine Female was said to aid menopausal maladies and menstrual disorders.
This is a Shepard & Dudley Otis mechanical urethral dilator, c.1890. It was used to of course, dilate the urethra by turning the dial on the end. Ouch.
This is an early 1900’s Proctoscope Specula set, made by National Electric. It was used to be inserted into the body cavities and inflate them, to look inside for abnormalities. Proctoscopy started in the 1890’s using something called a Kelly tube, which as basically a tube that relies on light from a head mirror and air. In the early 1900’s, they developed an electric proctoscope with illumination and auxiliary pump for inflation.
This set is nearly complete, it is missing 2 of the metal inserts, and the power cable that makes the lights work. However it still has the 3 main scopes, a metal scope piece, all the extra bulbs and extensions, etc. The case is in okay condition, it does snap closed, although one of the hinges in broken.