Wooden statue of Saint Tugean, or Tujean, probably French, c. 1701-1900. This saint could be invoked against the disease of rabies.
Wooden plaque of Saint Lucy, Spain, 1601-1700. St. Lucy was martyred in the 3rd century AD during the persecution of the Christians by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. She became a patron of eye problems because legend told how she never wished to marry
Blank stone oculist's stamp (or seal), with inscriptions of five sides, found in the bed of the river Moselle, France. Roman, c. 400BC-400AD. Oculist's were specialised eye doctors, who treated eye diseases such as cataracts.
Model of Asklepeion at Epidauras, after the reconstruction of Defrasse, made in London, 1936, scale 1:66. The main temple was originally built in the 5th and 6th centuries BC as a shrine to Asclepius, Greek god of medicine and healing.
Wooden statue of Saint Livertin, France, 1601-1700. Usually depicted clutching his head, Livertin is said to protect against headaches.
Fell-O'Dwyer apparatus, steel, nickel plated, with 3 steel heads and 2 vulcanite
Cutting dilator, Whistler type, for stenosis of the larynx, steel, nickel plated, by Down Bros. of London, with 2 spare heads
Laryngeal lancet, MacKenzie type, steel, nickel plated, by Down Bros. of London
Laryngeal forceps, MacKenzie type, steel, nickel plated, by Down Bros. of London