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OPHTHALMOPHANTOME, C. 1900 (Device used by ophthalmology students to hone surgical skills. Two spring mounted brass eyeholders with pincers would hold pig eyes for future ophthalmologists to practice their craft before operating on human patients)

Emilia Isakssonc - Masque - Pointue - Couture

Stylishly Dressed Animal Depictions

KKK Hoods - While gothic, tribal and humanimal masks are becoming fashion phenomenon, for KKK HOODS creator Erik Bergrin, masks represent disconnection.

We’ve always loved these optical devices and have collected many over the years. Here is an interesting collection of 3 that are all mounted on desk stands. It’s just a hint as to the variety you w…

Your source for antique optical Phoropters.

Phoroptor is a registered trademark name currently owned by Reichert Technologies, filed Apr 1921 with the USPTO, serial number The common name is refractor. The current version is named “Ultramatic RX Master Phoroptor”.

“Device used by ophthalmology students to hone surgical skills. Two spring mounted brass eyeholders with pincers would hold pig eyes for future ophthalmologists to practice their craft before operating on human patients

“Device used by ophthalmology students to hone surgical skills. Two spring mounted brass eyeholders with pincers would hold pig eyes for future ophthalmologists to practice their craft before operating on human patients” - Myers Fine Art

Kyogen mask of the O-oji type  狂言面 祖父  Japanese, Edo period, 18th century, Japanese cypress, MFA

Kyogen mask of the O-oji type 狂言面 祖父 Japanese, Edo period, century, Japanese cypress, MFA

Myrtle Corbin was known far and wide in the late nineteenth century as the Four-Legged Woman. While at a glance one could plainly see four legs dangling beyond the hem of her dress – only one pair belonged to her, the other set to her dipygus twin sister. Born in Lincoln County, TN in 1868, …

Myrtle Corbin was known far and wide in the late nineteenth century as the Four-Legged Woman. While at a glance one could plainly see four legs dangling beyond the hem of her dress – only one pair belonged to her, the other set to her dipygus twin sister.

@1880 It was legal & used publicly

Cocaine was legal in the US until 1914 - would make a cheeky sugar jar :)

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Halloween in 1930. Oh my gosh. Why is there not a scary movie about these masks yet?!

Halloween in 1930

Funny pictures about Halloween used to be really scary. Oh, and cool pics about Halloween used to be really scary. Also, Halloween used to be really scary.

Opthamologist’s Eye-Testing Device  American  circa 1890-1900  Antique Opthamologist’s eye-testing device, mounted on stand.

Opthamologist’s Eye-Testing Device

Opthamologist’s Eye-Testing Device American circa Antique Opthamologist’s eye-testing device, mounted on stand.

Já fez o seu teste de visão? #dog #lovedog

Maddie does the Experience. maddieonthings: Maddie is getting new eyeglasses today!

HEMABOLOIDS: (Arseniated with Strychnine) was used to treat anaemia (low red blood cell count). It contained 17% alcohol & small amounts of arsenious acid (containing arsenic) & strychnine, both of which are highly toxic in larger doses.

HEMABOLOIDS: (Arseniated with Strychnine) was used to treat anemia (low red blood cell count). It contained alcohol & small amounts of arsenious acid (containing arsenic) & strychnine, both of which are highly toxic in larger doses.

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