Hypodermic Syringe

Hypodermic Syringe

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Description
Hypodermic syringe with steel case and needle designed by Charles Joseph Tagliabue in New York, and probably produced by the C. J. Tagliabue Mfg. Co. One inscription reads “PARKE DAVIS & CO. / PAT AUG 25 1885.” Another reads “PARKE, DAVIS & CO. / DETROIT, MICH.”
Ref: Charles J. Tagliabue, “Syringe,” U.S. Patent 325,132 (Aug. 25, 1885).
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
syringe kit, antitoxin serum
date made
ca 1898
maker
Parke, Davis and Company
Tagliabue, Charles J.
place made
United States: Michigan, Detroit
Physical Description
metal, steel (syringe material)
glass (syringe material)
celluloid (case material)
wood (case material)
leather (case material)
metal (case material)
Measurements
overall: 4 cm x 16.2 cm x 5.2 cm x 2.5 cm; 1 9/16 in x 6 3/8 in x 2 1/16 in x 31/32 in
ID Number
MG.302606.230
accession number
302606
catalog number
302606.230
Credit Line
The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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