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Internal Organs of the Human Body from The Household Physician

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Internal Organs of the Human Body from The Household Physician, 1905.

      £50.00 GBP

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      Nurse Giving an Injection of Penicillin to a Wounded Man by Henry Marvell Carr - 1944

      Print Description

      Henry Marvell Carr 'Nurse Giving an Injection of Penicillin to a Wounded Man 15th Canadian General Hospital 1944

       

      £25.00 GBP

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      Advert for Baldwin's Kidney & Gravel Pills - c. 1900

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      Advert for Baldwin's Kidney & Gravel Pills - c. 1900

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      Baldwin's Kidney & Gravel Pills - cures kidney & bladder troubles - c.1900 

      £30.00 GBP

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      George Mayerle's International Eye Test Chart - 1907

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      George Mayerle's International Eye Test Chart - 1907

      Print Description

      George Mayerle's international eye test chart was produced around 1907. Mayerle was a German-born optometrist working in San Francisco when he made the chart. No matter what language you spoke in the city, you could understand the chart and your medic could test your eyesight.

      George Mayerle's eye test chart … "combined four subjective tests done during an eye examination. Running through the middle of the chart, the seven vertical panels test for acuity of vision with characters in the Roman alphabet (for English, German, and other European readers) and also in Japanese, Chinese, Russian, and Hebrew. A panel in the center replaces the alphabetic characters with symbols for children and adults who were illiterate or who could not read any of the other writing systems offered. Directly above the center panel is a version of the radiant dial that tests for astigmatism. On either side of that are lines that test the muscular strength of the eyes. Finally, across the bottom, boxes test for color vision, a feature intended especially (according to one advertisement) for those working on railroads and steamboats."

                - National Library of Medicine
      £110.00 GBP

      Photographic Prints

      Exterior of the London Hospital - 1900

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      Exterior of the London Hospital - 1900

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      Exterior of The Great General Hospital For East London (The London Hospital) on the Whitechapel Road. Date c. 1900

        £40.00 GBP

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        Kidney and Bladder Stones

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        Kidney and Bladder Stones

        Print Description

        Max Brödel
        printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Pearl

        Max Brödel, Kidney and Bladder Stones , 1909, watercolour , Wellcome Library


        £30.00 GBP

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        Dresden International Hygiene Exhibition

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        Dresden International Hygiene Exhibition

        Print Description

        Poster, designed by Franz von Stuck (1863-1928), advertising the Dresden International Hygiene Exhibition (1911) - Wellcome Collection

          £140.00 GBP

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          C Ward, 101 British General Hospital, Louvain by Doris Clare Zinkeisen - 1945

          Print Description

          C Ward, 101 British General Hospital, Louvain Doris Clare Zinkeisen - 1945

          "I was sent all over the continent to make sketches which I brought back to work out in my studio. If the distance was too great to travel by lorry, I went to the RAF just up the road from our headquarters and got a lift by air.’ - Doris Clare Zinkeisen (1898–1991)

          £25.00 GBP

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          Clinique Chéron by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen - 1905

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          Clinique Chéron by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen - 1905

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          Clinique Chéron by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen - 1905

          £65.00 GBP

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          Baldwin's Herbal Female Pills - c.1900

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          Baldwin's Herbal Female Pills - c.1900

          Print Description

          Baldwin's Herbal Female Pills - removes obstructions arising from cold and other causes, recommended for all disorders and irregularities of the female constitution during 'change of life'. c.1900 Wellcome Collection

          £110.00 GBP

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          Smedley's Chillie Paste is 'The King' of Cures - 1901

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          Smedley's Chillie Paste is 'The King' of Cures - 1901

          Print Description

          Smedley's Chillie Paste is 'The King' of Cures - 1901


          £65.00 GBP

          London

          Barrett’s Stout - 1898

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          Barrett’s Stout - 1898

          Print Description

          Barrett’s Stout - 1898

          £30.00 GBP

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          Mr Smedley's Dentist - 1913

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          Mr Smedley's Dentist - 1913

          Print Description

          Mr Smedley's Dentist - 1913


          £20.00 GBP

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          Advert for DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills - c.1900

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          Advert for DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills - c.1900

          Print Description

          DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills - c.1900



          £115.00 GBP

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          Dr. Hymen's Well-Known Cure - c. 1890s

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          Dr. Hymen's Well-Known Cure - c. 1890s

          Print Description

          Advert: 'If cupid wounds you with his dart, and you should wish to heal the smart, why, Dr. Hymen's well-known cure, will quickly make you well, I'm sure!' - c. 1890s


          £65.00 GBP

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          Vegetable Pills Satirical - c.1890

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          Vegetable Pills Satirical - c.1890

          Print Description

          Vegetable Pills Satirical - c.1890. Via Wellcome Collection


          £20.00 GBP

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          Harness' Electropathic Belts - 1890

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          Harness' Electropathic Belts - 1890

          Print Description

          All in search of health should wear Harness' electropathic belts - scientifically constructed for new life and vigor - C.B. Harness. Harness, C. B. Date - 1890

          £115.00 GBP

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          Baldwin's Small Herb Pills - c.1900

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          Baldwin's Small Herb Pills - c.1900

          Print Description

          Baldwin's Small Herb Pills - c.1900


          £30.00 GBP

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          Baldwin's Blood Pills c.1900

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          Baldwin's Blood Pills c.1900

          Print Description

          £115.00 GBP

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          Be a Cadet Nurse - The Girl with a Future! by Jon Whitcomb - 1940

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          Be a Cadet Nurse - The Girl with a Future! by Jon Whitcomb - 1940

          Print Description

          Be a Cadet Nurse - The Girl with a Future! by Jon Whitcomb - 1940


          £45.00 GBP

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          Sun Shining on Blossom Representing Help Given to Tuberculous Patients of the Herwonnen Levenskracht Sanatorium by M. Wiegman - 1920s

          Print Description

          The sun shining on blossom; representing the help given to tuberculous patients of the Herwonnen Levenskracht sanatorium. Lithograph by M. Wiegman, 192- (_).


          £70.00 GBP

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          Giant Spider Catching Humans in its Web, Representing Tuberculosis by B. Cascella - ca. 1920.

          Print Description

          A giant spider catching crowds of humans in its web; representing tuberculosis. By B. Cascella, ca. 1920.

          £65.00 GBP

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          Thermogène by Leonetto Cappiello - 1909

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          Thermogène by Leonetto Cappiello - 1909

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          A fire-eater kindling fire in his lungs with the remedy Thermogène by Leonetto Cappiello, 1909.

          £115.00 GBP

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          Fer Bravais for Anaemia by Adolphe Léon Willette- 1896

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          Fer Bravais for Anaemia by Adolphe Léon Willette- 1896

          Print Description

          A Parisian seamstress suffering from anaemia is pale and weary at her sewing machine and drops her scissors; advertising the medicine Fer Bravais for anaemia. Colour lithograph by Adolphe Léon Willette 1896. 



          £115.00 GBP

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          Maraliment Seaweed Soup by Leonetto Cappiello - 1920

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          Maraliment Seaweed Soup by Leonetto Cappiello - 1920

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          A nursemaid_ holding a senile man in her lap and feeding him with 'Maraliment', a proprietary seaweed soup. Colour lithograph by L. Cappiello, 1920


          £70.00 GBP

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          The Tree of Intemperance - 19th Century

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          The Tree of Intemperance - 19th Century

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          The tree of intemperance, showing diseases and vices caused by alcohol - 18--.

          "The tree of intemperance. Wine is a mocker; strong drink is raging, and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise. Proverbs, XX, 1. At the last it biteth like a serpent, and stingeth like an adder. Prov. XXIII, 3 ? For the glutton and drunkard shall come to poverty, and drowsiness shall clothe a man with rags. Prov. XXIII, 21."

          New York (115 Nassau St.) : Currier and Ives, [between 1800 and 1899]

          The roots of the tree are formed by snakes inscribed "Wine", "Gin", "Rum" and "Brandy". The big snake around the trunk is inscribed "Alcohol". The trunk is inscribed "Disease", a left branch "Poverty", the lower right branch "Insanity", and the upper right branch "Misery". The building in the background is inscribed "Poor House" and the building on the right (a prison) "The way of the transgressor is hard." Extensive lettering lists the evils of alcohol on each of the apples - Wellcome

           

          £45.00 GBP

          Poster Prints

          Pastilles Poncelet by Jules Chéret - 1896

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          Pastilles Poncelet by Jules Chéret - 1896

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          Pastilles Poncelet, 1896 by Jules Chéret (French, 1836-1932)


          £30.00 GBP

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          Train to be a Nurse in WW2 - 1940s

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          Train to be a Nurse in WW2 - 1940s

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          Train to be a Nurse - 'a distinguished career for Women' -  WW2.

          Created by an unknown artist for the British Ministry of Labour and National Service, Nursing Appointments Office.


          £165.00 GBP

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          Pink Pills for Pale People by Leonetto Cappiello, Leonetto - 1910

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          Pink Pills for Pale People by Leonetto Cappiello, Leonetto - 1910

          Print Description

          Pink Pills for Pale People by Leonetto Cappiello, 1875-1942 - 1910

          £65.00 GBP

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          Optique by Paul Guillermet - ca 1920

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          Optique by Paul Guillermet - ca 1920

          Print Description

          Sight is a treasure that must be preserved Sponsor- Eyewear-optics by Paul Guillermet.

          Publisher - Kossuth Posters Place of publication- Paris Date- [ca 1920.]


          £160.00 GBP

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          Device for Keeping Eyes Shut by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

          £60.00 GBP

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          Device for Keeping Eyes Shut by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

          Print Description

          Images from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

          Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

           

          £60.00 GBP

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          Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

          £65.00 GBP

          Print Name

          Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

          Print Description

          Illustration from Ophthalmodouleia by Bartisch, George - c. 1583

          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'. 

          Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

          £65.00 GBP

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          Man with Metal Clamps on his Eyelids by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

          Print Description

          Illustration from Ophthalmodouleia by Bartisch, George - c. 1583.
          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists
          £60.00 GBP

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          Illustration from Georg Bartisch's Ophthalmodouleia - 1583

          £50.00 GBP

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          Illustration from Georg Bartisch's Ophthalmodouleia - 1583

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          Images from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).
          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists 
          £50.00 GBP

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          Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

          £60.00 GBP

          Print Name

          Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

          Print Description

          Image from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

          Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

          £60.00 GBP

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          Illustration of Eye Disease Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

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          Print Name

          Illustration of Eye Disease Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

          Print Description

          Images from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607). 
          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists
          £60.00 GBP

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          Treating Eye Disease from Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

          Print Description

          Image from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

          Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists


          £40.00 GBP

          Print Name

          Eye Disease Treatment from Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

          Print Description

          Image from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

          Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

           

          £50.00 GBP

          Print Name

          Conditions of the Eye from Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

          Print Description

          Images from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

          This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

          Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

          £50.00 GBP

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          Syphilis Advertising Dr Abreu's Sanatorium in Barcelona by R. Casas - c. 1900

          Print Description

          A woman representing syphilis; advertising Dr Abreu's sanatorium for syphilitics in Barcelona. Colour lithograph by R. Casas, ca. 1900

          £45.00 GBP

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          Sanax Vibrator For Men - 1909

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          Sanax Vibrator For Men - 1909

          Print Description

          Ad for the Sanax Vibrator - c. 1909. Via Wellcome.

          One of a series of at least 18 gummed paper stickers (poster stamps) advertising Sanax hand-held electric vibrators showing them being used by men and women on arms, legs, chest, chin etc. 

           


          £60.00 GBP

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          Sanax Vibrator - c. 1909

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          Sanax Vibrator - c. 1909

          Print Description

          Ad for the Sanax Vibrator - c. 1909. Via Wellcome.

          One of a series of at least 18 gummed paper stickers (poster stamps) advertising Sanax hand-held electric vibrators showing them being used by men and women on arms, legs, chest, chin etc. 

          £40.00 GBP

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          The Head Ache by George Cruikshank - February 12, 1819

          £75.00 GBP

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          The Head Ache by George Cruikshank - February 12, 1819

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          The Head Ache by George Cruikshank - February 12, 1819

           

          £75.00 GBP

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          Anatomy of the Brain by David Loggan

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          Anatomy of the Brain by David Loggan

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          David Loggan  (1634–1692) - Anatomy of the Brain - The remaining medical works of that famous and renowned physician Dr Thomas Willis.


          £60.00 GBP

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          Sanitary and Social Chart of the Fourth Ward of the City of New York - 1864

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          Sanitary and social chart of the Fourth Ward of the City of New York, to accompany a report of the 4th Sanitary Inspection District, made to the Council of Hygiene of the Citizens' Association - The New York Public Library.


          £70.00 GBP

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          Les Mauvais Médecins by James Ensor - 1892

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          Les Mauvais Médecins by James Ensor - 1892. James Sidney Edouard, Baron Ensor (13 April 1860 – 19 November 1949) was a Belgian painter and printmaker, a major influence on expressionism and surrealism who lived in Ostend for most of his life. He was associated with the artistic group Les XX.
          £40.00 GBP

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          George Mayerle's International Eye Test Chart (negative) - 1907

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          George Mayerle's International Eye Test Chart (negative) - 1907

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          George Mayerle's international eye test chart was produced around 1907. Mayerle was a German-born optometrist working in San Francisco when he made the chart. No matter what language you spoke in the city, you could understand the chart and your medic could test your eyesight.

          George Mayerle's eye test chart … "combined four subjective tests done during an eye examination. Running through the middle of the chart, the seven vertical panels test for acuity of vision with characters in the Roman alphabet (for English, German, and other European readers) and also in Japanese, Chinese, Russian, and Hebrew. A panel in the center replaces the alphabetic characters with symbols for children and adults who were illiterate or who could not read any of the other writing systems offered. Directly above the center panel is a version of the radiant dial that tests for astigmatism. On either side of that are lines that test the muscular strength of the eyes. Finally, across the bottom, boxes test for color vision, a feature intended especially (according to one advertisement) for those working on railroads and steamboats."

          - National Library of Medicine 

           


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          YWCA Motivational Health Poster - c.1925

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          YWCA Motivational Health Poster - c.1925

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          "With head erect ~ Alert in Walk ~~ - Clear in thought ~~ Direct in talk ~ She meets success on every side ~ She stands up straight ~ she's straight inside" - Posture = Poise - a 1920s poster for the YMCA. 


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