Bivalve nasal speculum, 1875-1900

Dublin Core

Title

Bivalve nasal speculum, 1875-1900

Subject

John Reynders and Company (1875-1900)
Nose
Surgical instruments
Speculum

Abstract

Silver-colored bivalve nasal speculum. Handles are curved and ridged. When squeezed, handles move inward and speculum tip widens and splits into two pieces.

Creator

John Reynders and Company (1875-1900)

Date Created

1875-1900, between

Rights

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Access Rights

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Is Part Of

Warren Anatomical Museum: 21227

Format

object

Extent

1 speculum

Medium

Medical Equipment

Type

physical object

Identifier

Warren Anatomical Museum Catalog Number: 21227

Provenance

This bivalve nasal speculum was created by the firm of John Reynders and Company in New York City between 1875 and 1900. It was found in the A. H. Blake collection in the Warren Anatomical Museum.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Speculum

Physical Dimensions

3.5 W x 10.5 D x 3.5 H cm

Files

21227.jpg

Citation

John Reynders and Company (1875-1900), “Bivalve nasal speculum, 1875-1900,” OnView, accessed June 17, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/17338.