Laryngoscope, England, 1870-1900
A laryngoscope assists the medical inspection of the throat and larynx. This laryngoscope is mounted in a spectacle frame. A leather bridge is added for comfort. These are personal relics of renowned physician Sir Thomas Lauder Brunton (1844-1916). He advanced research in pharmacology across Europe. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1874. Brunton received his knighthood in 1900 and a baronetcy in 1908.
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An instrument used to examine the larynx
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