Empty metal ethyl chloride bottle for use with loc

Made:
1900-1940 in Paris
maker:
Bengue

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Empty metal ethyl chloride bottle for use with local anaesthesia, with box, made by Dr. Bengue, 47 rue Blanche, Paris, France, supplied by Archibald Young and Son, England, 1900-1940.

Details

Category:
Anaesthesiology
Object Number:
A625490
Materials:
bottle, metal, box, paper
Measurements:
box: 45 mm x 184 mm x 38 mm, .068 kg
bottle: 168 mm x 41 mm 26 mm, .085 kg
type:
anaesthetic bottles, anaesthesia (local), anaesthesia (local), anaesthetic bottles, boxes, ethyl chloride
status:
Loan: Wellcome Trust

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