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2017.1.44_monty_2.jpg

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"Monty" doll

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Stuffed toy alien called "Monty", given by Merck Sharpe & Dohme Ltd. to respiratory physicians to promote Montelukast (a leukotriene receptor antagonist used as an adjunct to inhaled steroids).

Date

c. 1998

Identifier

2017/1.44

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20 x 10.5 x 7.5 cm

Description

Stuffed toy alien called "Monty", given by Merck Sharpe & Dohme Ltd. to respiratory physicians to promote Montelukast (a leukotriene receptor antagonist used as an adjunct to inhaled steroids).

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3D Scan of 350th Anniversary gavel

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Presentation/ceremonial gavel commemorating the 350th anniversary of the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Carved decorations featuring elements from the College coat of arms, including the opium poppy, open lancet, Lion Rampant, coat of arms of Glasgow, lamp, open book, serpent, and College motto. The terminal end of the handle is carved in a thistle decoration.

Date

c. 1949

Description

Presentation/ceremonial gavel commemorating the 350th anniversary of the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Carved decorations featuring elements from the College coat of arms, including the opium poppy, open lancet, Lion Rampant, coat of arms of Glasgow, lamp, open book, serpent, and College motto. The terminal end of the handle is carved in a thistle decoration.

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3D Scan of Dog Collar

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c.1883

Dog collar that once belonged to Sankel of the Glasgow Eye Infirmary, part of the museum collection of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Sankel would go around the pubs of Glasgow and perform tricks to earn money for the Eye Infirmary.

Description

c.1883

Dog collar that once belonged to Sankel of the Glasgow Eye Infirmary, part of the museum collection of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Sankel would go around the pubs of Glasgow and perform tricks to earn money for the Eye Infirmary.

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3D Scan of Hunter Medal Cast

Description

c. 1849

Plaster cast of William Hunter Medal, awarded to any life science student at the University of Glasgow for distinction in their field.

William Hunter was born in East Kilbride in 1718, and was a famous physician of the 18th century. He studied medicine at the University of Glasgow and was taught by William Cullen, a former president of the RCPSG. He then moved to London for further training, eventually specialising in obstetrics. Hunter was one of the first male midwives in the UK, a practice which until then had been reserved for women only, and his publication "The Anatomy of the Gravid Uterus Exhibited in Figures" can be found within the College's library collection.

Description

c. 1849

Plaster cast of William Hunter Medal, awarded to any life science student at the University of Glasgow for distinction in their field.

William Hunter was born in East Kilbride in 1718, and was a famous physician of the 18th century. He studied medicine at the University of Glasgow and was taught by William Cullen, a former president of the RCPSG. He then moved to London for further training, eventually specialising in obstetrics. Hunter was one of the first male midwives in the UK, a practice which until then had been reserved for women only, and his publication "The Anatomy of the Gravid Uterus Exhibited in Figures" can be found within the College's library collection.

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A Head Study of Dr T.J. Honeyman

Description

Bronze bust of Dr Tom Honeyman

Date

20th century

Identifier

2015/41
72

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Plinth: 13 x 16 x 16 cm
Head: 33 x 24 x 22 cm.

Materials

Bronze; wood

Description

Bronze bust of Dr Tom Honeyman

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Asher Asher Medal in Laryngology and Rhinology

Description

Medal in presentation case, awarded to John S.F. Hutchison in 1942.
Obverse: Globe within laurel wreath, with ship above and arms of Glasgow University below
Reverse: View of entrance to Old College on High Street

Creator

Alexander Scott Ltd., Jewellers & Silversmiths

Date

c. 1942

Identifier

2018/20

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Case = 7.5 x 7.5 x 2 cm

Description

Medal in presentation case, awarded to John S.F. Hutchison in 1942.
Obverse: Globe within laurel wreath, with ship above and arms of Glasgow University below
Reverse: View of entrance to Old College on High Street

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Ballot Box

Description

Metal ballot box, used until recently at College meetings.

Date

c. Unknown

Identifier

1997/4.2

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Length: 19.5 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Metal ballot box, used until recently at College meetings.

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BDA badge

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Past President's badge, Middlesex and Hertfordshire Branch, British Dental Association

Date

c. 1974

Identifier

2015/233

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Materials

Leather, Metal, Fabric.

Description

Past President's badge, Middlesex and Hertfordshire Branch, British Dental Association

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Bellahouston Gold medal

Description

Bellahouston Gold medal in box.

Date

c. 1944

Identifier

1998/12.2

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Diameter: 5cm.

Materials

Gold

Description

Bellahouston Gold medal in box.

2003.76.7_sign_1.jpg

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Bloch Trust Sign

Description

Sign, metal and wood.

Date

c. 1959

Identifier

2003/76.7

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Length: 41.2 cm

Materials

Metal, wood.

Description

Sign, metal and wood.

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British Association of Urological Surgeons Medal

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British Association of Urological Surgeons Medal, in blue case. Belonged to Arthur Jacobs.

On obverse; British Association of Urological Surgeons. On reverse; Peter J Reyer. E Hurry Fenwick. John Thomson Walker. In middle of reverse; Arthur Jacobs 1965

Date

c. 1965

Identifier

2004/4

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Diameter: 75 mm

Materials

Metal, Cardboard, Fabric.

Description

British Association of Urological Surgeons Medal, in blue case. Belonged to Arthur Jacobs.

On obverse; British Association of Urological Surgeons. On reverse; Peter J Reyer. E Hurry Fenwick. John Thomson Walker. In middle of reverse; Arthur Jacobs 1965

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British Dental Association badge

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British Dental Association badge, enamel, silver and ribbon, in leather-covered case.

Date

c. 1964

Identifier

2003/58

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10.2 cm length

Materials

Enamel, ribbon, silver.

Description

British Dental Association badge, enamel, silver and ribbon, in leather-covered case.

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British Medical Association badge

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British Medical Association badge, enamel, metal and ribbon.

Creator

J. F. Gaunt, London

Date

c. 1922

Identifier

2003/40.9.2

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Length: 8.4 cm

Materials

Enamel, metal, ribbon.

Description

British Medical Association badge, enamel, metal and ribbon.

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British Medical Association badge

Description

British Medical Association badge, enamel, metal and ribbon

Creator

Dingwall, Winnipeg

Date

c. 1930

Identifier

2003/40.9.5

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Length: 6.1 cm

Materials

Enamel, metal, ribbon.

Description

British Medical Association badge, enamel, metal and ribbon

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British Medical Association badge

Description

British Medical Association badge, enamel, metal and ribbon.

Creator

Wm. Bruford and Son Ltd., England

Date

c. 1931

Identifier

2003/40.9.6

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 7.6 cm

Materials

Enamel, metal, ribbon.

Description

British Medical Association badge, enamel, metal and ribbon.

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British Medical Association badge

Description

British Medical Association badge, enamel, metal and ribbon.

Creator

J. F. Gaunt, London

Date

c. 1934

Identifier

2003/40.9.7

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Length: 7.7 cm

Materials

Enamel, metal, ribbon.

Description

British Medical Association badge, enamel, metal and ribbon.

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Bronze bust of Mr Ian Alexander McGregor

Description

Bust of Mr Ian A. McGregor, President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (1984–1986).

Creator

Archie Forrest

Date

c. 1986

Identifier

2018/1

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20 x 40 x 30 cm.

Materials

Bronze

Description

Bust of Mr Ian A. McGregor, President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (1984–1986).

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Clinical Surgery Certificate

Description

Clinical surgery certificate, in leather-covered case

Creator

W & J Milne, Edinburgh

Date

c. 1880s

Identifier

2003/40.9.1

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Length: 17.1 cm

Materials

Glass, ink, leather, paper, velvet.

Description

Clinical surgery certificate, in leather-covered case

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Commemorative Key

Description

Gold commemorative key presented to Sir Alexander Macgregor on 30th May 1952.

Date

c. 1952

Identifier

2003/66.1

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15.5 cm length

Materials

Gold

Description

Gold commemorative key presented to Sir Alexander Macgregor on 30th May 1952.

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David Yellowlees Medal

Description

David Yellowlees medal in leather-covered case.

Date

c. 1901

Identifier

2003/40.17

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Length: 4.7 cm

Materials

Leather, metal, satin, velvet, wood.

Description

David Yellowlees medal in leather-covered case.

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Decorative Cup

Description

Decorative cup to commemorate the centenary of the Glasgow Eye Infirmary, 1824-1924.

Date

c. 1924

Identifier

2003/77.26

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Height: 14.5 cm

Materials

Brass, enamel.

Description

Decorative cup to commemorate the centenary of the Glasgow Eye Infirmary, 1824-1924.

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Dr A.K. Bowman's CBE badge

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CBE badge in case. Dr Alexander King Bowman was created CBE in 1957 for his services to the NHS as Senior Administrative Officer to the newly created Western Regional Hospital Board between 1948 and 1959.

Date

13 June 1957

Identifier

RCPSG/126/2/1

Description

CBE badge in case. Dr Alexander King Bowman was created CBE in 1957 for his services to the NHS as Senior Administrative Officer to the newly created Western Regional Hospital Board between 1948 and 1959.

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Frans Cornelis Donders medal

Description

Frans Cornelis Donders medal

Date

c. 1800-1900s

Identifier

2003/40.8

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Diameter: 6.6cm.

Materials

Metal

Description

Frans Cornelis Donders medal

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Fraser Reading Room Sign

Description

Sign, plastic with inscription "THE FRASER READING ROOM. THIS READING ROOM IS A GIFT FROM THE FRASER TRUST AND WAS OPENED BY HUGH FRASER 1ST MAY 1963."

Date

c. 1963

Identifier

2003/76.12

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Length: 45.6 cm

Materials

Plastic

Description

Sign, plastic with inscription "THE FRASER READING ROOM. THIS READING ROOM IS A GIFT FROM THE FRASER TRUST AND WAS OPENED BY HUGH FRASER 1ST MAY 1963."

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Gavel casket

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Gavel casket made using timber from the former Lister Ward of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary (demolished 1924). An illustration of the original GRI building (demolished 1912) carved on the front. The handles on the sides are carved with the emblem and motto of the GRI. Emblem and motto of Clan Jardine carved on the back. Photograph inside the lid of Andrew and William Brown. Box contains hammer from Macewen's theatre (object number 455) and Royal Faculty anniversary gavel (object number 456).

Silver plate on top of box: "Presented to the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow on the 29th November, 1949, and to perpetuate the memory of Andrew and William Brown J.P., who as instrument makers to the Royal Infirmary served the great surgeons Lord Lister and Sir William Macewen, by Mr. Andrew Jardine, newphew of Messrs. Brown. This casket is made of timber from the Lister Ward of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Built 1859 - Demolished 1924."

Carving on front of box: Image of the original GRI building; "The original Glasgow Royal Infirmary 1794-1912".

Handles on sides of box: Thistle and serpent emblem of the GRI; "Auspice Caelo".

Carving on back of box: Emblem and motto of Clan Jardine, "Cave Adsum"; "The founder George Jardine, Professor of Logic, Old College Glasgow".

Creator

Hugh Kirkpatrick, Manufacturer

Date

c.1949

Identifier

454

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Physical Dimensions

Height = 16 cm; Width = 41.5 cm; Depth = 22 cm.

Materials

wood
silver

Description

Gavel casket made using timber from the former Lister Ward of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary (demolished 1924). An illustration of the original GRI building (demolished 1912) carved on the front. The handles on the sides are carved with the emblem and motto of the GRI. Emblem and motto of Clan Jardine carved on the back. Photograph inside the lid of Andrew and William Brown. Box contains hammer from Macewen's theatre (object number 455) and Royal Faculty anniversary gavel (object number 456).

Silver plate on top of box: "Presented to the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow on the 29th November, 1949, and to perpetuate the memory of Andrew and William Brown J.P., who as instrument makers to the Royal Infirmary served the great surgeons Lord Lister and Sir William Macewen, by Mr. Andrew Jardine, newphew of Messrs. Brown. This casket is made of timber from the Lister Ward of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Built 1859 - Demolished 1924."

Carving on front of box: Image of the original GRI building; "The original Glasgow Royal Infirmary 1794-1912".

Handles on sides of box: Thistle and serpent emblem of the GRI; "Auspice Caelo".

Carving on back of box: Emblem and motto of Clan Jardine, "Cave Adsum"; "The founder George Jardine, Professor of Logic, Old College Glasgow".

2003.66.46_ploughman medal.jpg

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Glasgow Ex Ploughmen's Association Medal

Description

Glasgow Ex Ploughmen's Association Medal

Date

c. 1937

Identifier

2003/66.6

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Diameter: 2.5 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Glasgow Ex Ploughmen's Association Medal

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Glasgow Eye Infirmary poster drawing

Description

Framed poster drawing, probably by William Campbell Nicolson, published between 1927 and 1937 and used to raise funds for the Glasgow Eye Infirmary. It was found at a jumble sale by Denis Rice of the University of Leicester, who passed it on to the Eye Infirmary. A letter to this effect, dated 1981, is included in the frame.

Creator

William Campbell Nicolson

Date

c 1927-c 1937

Identifier

2003/77.60

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Length: 31.8 cm

Materials

Glass, paper, wood.

Description

Framed poster drawing, probably by William Campbell Nicolson, published between 1927 and 1937 and used to raise funds for the Glasgow Eye Infirmary. It was found at a jumble sale by Denis Rice of the University of Leicester, who passed it on to the Eye Infirmary. A letter to this effect, dated 1981, is included in the frame.

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Glasgow Eye Infirmary School of Nursing Badge

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Glasgow Eye Infirmary School of Nursing badge, enamel and metal, c 1960s.

The Glasgow Eye Infirmary was founded in 1824. In 1874 it moved into purpose built accommodation in the West End of Glasgow at Berkeley St which, by the late 1880s, had over 100 beds. The Infirmary continued to run an outpatients department in the East End. In 1945 the Spencer Research Committee was formed with capital of over £12,000, to oversee research in the GEI. In 1971 the entire in-patient accommodation at Berkeley St was destroyed by fire. From 1948 to 1974 the Glasgow Eye Infirmary was under the Board of Management for Glasgow Western (later Western and Gartnavel) Hospitals. In 1974 it was placed in the Western District of the Greater Glasgow Health Board and in 1993 it became the responsibility of the West Glasgow University NHS Trust. It was transferred to Gartnavel Hospital in 1998.

Creator

Unknown

Date

c. 1960s

Identifier

2003/77.51

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Length: 3.2 cm

Materials

Enamel and metal.

Description

Glasgow Eye Infirmary School of Nursing badge, enamel and metal, c 1960s.

The Glasgow Eye Infirmary was founded in 1824. In 1874 it moved into purpose built accommodation in the West End of Glasgow at Berkeley St which, by the late 1880s, had over 100 beds. The Infirmary continued to run an outpatients department in the East End. In 1945 the Spencer Research Committee was formed with capital of over £12,000, to oversee research in the GEI. In 1971 the entire in-patient accommodation at Berkeley St was destroyed by fire. From 1948 to 1974 the Glasgow Eye Infirmary was under the Board of Management for Glasgow Western (later Western and Gartnavel) Hospitals. In 1974 it was placed in the Western District of the Greater Glasgow Health Board and in 1993 it became the responsibility of the West Glasgow University NHS Trust. It was transferred to Gartnavel Hospital in 1998.

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Glasgow Eye Infirmary sign

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Sign from the Glasgow Eye Infirmary, c 1920s-c 1930s.

Date

c 1920s-c 1930s

Identifier

2003/77.70.7

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Length: 27.6 cm

Materials

Enamel, metal.

Description

Sign from the Glasgow Eye Infirmary, c 1920s-c 1930s.

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Glasgow Eye Infirmary sign

Description

Sign placed above a bed or cot which had been endowed by a donor prior to the introduction of the National Health Service.

Date

c. 1922

Identifier

2003/77.70.4

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Length: 26.4 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Sign placed above a bed or cot which had been endowed by a donor prior to the introduction of the National Health Service.

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Glasgow Eye Infirmary sign

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Sign placed above a bed or cot which had been endowed by a donor prior to the introduction of the National Health Service.

Date

c. 1933

Identifier

2003/77.70.5

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Length: 17.7 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Sign placed above a bed or cot which had been endowed by a donor prior to the introduction of the National Health Service.

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Glasgow Eye Infirmary sign

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Sign from the Glasgow Eye Infirmary, c 1920s-c 1930s.

Date

c 1920s-c 1930s.

Identifier

2003/77.70.2

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Length: 22.8 cm

Materials

Plastic

Description

Sign from the Glasgow Eye Infirmary, c 1920s-c 1930s.

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Glasgow Royal Infirmary mallet

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Oak Mallet with silver thistle decorative band round middle and inscription and hallmarked silver on top of base. Presented by Professor Morgan on the occasion of College's AGM of 1st December 2003. In red presentation box with purple lining.

Creator

R & W Sorley

Date

c. 1907

Identifier

2016/1

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22cm x 9.5cm

Materials

oak, silver

Description

Oak Mallet with silver thistle decorative band round middle and inscription and hallmarked silver on top of base. Presented by Professor Morgan on the occasion of College's AGM of 1st December 2003. In red presentation box with purple lining.

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Glasgow Southern Women's Medical Society Block

Description

Block (to accompany gavel) with engraved silver plaque commemorating 50 years of the Glasgow Southern Women's Medical Society (1926-1976)

Date

c. 1976

Identifier

2016/4.2

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13 x 9 x 3 cm.

Materials

Wood

Description

Block (to accompany gavel) with engraved silver plaque commemorating 50 years of the Glasgow Southern Women's Medical Society (1926-1976)

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Glasgow Southern Women's Medical Society Gavel

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Gavel with engraved silver plaque commemorating 50 years of the Glasgow Southern Women's Medical Society (1926-1976)

Date

c. 1976

Identifier

2016/4.1

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Physical Dimensions

26 x 8 x 4 cm.

Materials

Wood

Description

Gavel with engraved silver plaque commemorating 50 years of the Glasgow Southern Women's Medical Society (1926-1976)

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Hammer from Macewen's theatre

Description

Wooden surgical mallet/hammer. Silver plate on one face with engraving indicating the hammer was used in William Macewen's surgical theatre at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary: "Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Founded 1792. Hammer from Sir William Macewen's theatre"

Date

19th century - 20th century

Identifier

455

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

Length = 30 cm; Width = 10 cm; Depth = 7 cm

Materials

wood
silver

Description

Wooden surgical mallet/hammer. Silver plate on one face with engraving indicating the hammer was used in William Macewen's surgical theatre at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary: "Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Founded 1792. Hammer from Sir William Macewen's theatre"

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Impression of William Hunter

Description

Impression of William Hunter

Date

c. 1849

Identifier

2003/40.2

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Physical Dimensions

Diameter: 8.1cm.

Materials

Plaster

Description

Impression of William Hunter

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International Medical Congress Medal

Description

International Medical Congress medal, metal, c 1894.

Date

c. 1894

Identifier

2003/40.7

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Diameter: 3.5 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

International Medical Congress medal, metal, c 1894.

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John Anderson Medal

Description

John Anderson medal in leather-covered case.

Date

c. 1930

Identifier

2003/40.16

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Physical Dimensions

Diameter: 5cm.

Materials

Leather, metal, satin, velvet, and wood.

Description

John Anderson medal in leather-covered case.

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King George V Silver Jubilee Medal

Description

King George V silver jubilee medal designed by Sir William Goscombe John, R.A.

Date

c. 1935

Identifier

2003/66.2

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 7.8 cm

Materials

Ribbon, silver.

Description

King George V silver jubilee medal designed by Sir William Goscombe John, R.A.

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King George VI Coronation Medal

Description

King George VI coronation medal designed by Percy Metcalfe.

Date

c. 1937

Identifier

2003/66.3

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 7.5 cm

Materials

Ribbon, silver.

Description

King George VI coronation medal designed by Percy Metcalfe.

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Letter and Coin

Description

A short memo about a patient who wished to exchange a Silver Jubilee Coin from 1977, to cover the cost of dental treatment that had been received.

Creator

Claudius Ash, Sons & Co. Ltd

Date

c. 1900s

Identifier

HD/1137

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Card, Silver

Description

A short memo about a patient who wished to exchange a Silver Jubilee Coin from 1977, to cover the cost of dental treatment that had been received.

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Maurice Bloch Lecture Theatre Sign

Description

Sign, granite with inscription "MAURICE BLOCH LECTURE THEATRE 1959."

Date

c. 1959

Identifier

2003/76.10

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 39.3 cm

Materials

Granite

Description

Sign, granite with inscription "MAURICE BLOCH LECTURE THEATRE 1959."

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Medal

Description

An oval shaped medal of The Incorporated Glasgow Dental Hospital. Award made to John Barrie for dental anatomy and physiology.

Creator

D. Cunninghame Ltd.

Date

c. 1926

Identifier

HD/1222

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Materials

Brass

Description

An oval shaped medal of The Incorporated Glasgow Dental Hospital. Award made to John Barrie for dental anatomy and physiology.

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Medal

Description

An oval shaped medal of The Incorporated Glasgow Dental Hospital. Award made to John C. Thomson, for dental prosthetics, in particular crown and bridge work.

Creator

Davis Duff & Son Ltd

Date

c. 1940

Identifier

HD/1220

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Brass

Description

An oval shaped medal of The Incorporated Glasgow Dental Hospital. Award made to John C. Thomson, for dental prosthetics, in particular crown and bridge work.

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Title

Medallic History of Medicine

Description

Book containing medals which represent significant individuals and developments throughout the history of medicine.

Date

c. 1900s

Identifier

2003/61

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Length = 27 cm

Materials

Cardboard, gold, silver.

Description

Book containing medals which represent significant individuals and developments throughout the history of medicine.

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Plaster bust of Professor Carl Browning

Description

Plaster bust by Benno Schotz of Professor Carl Hamilton Browning (1881-1972) holder of the Gardiner Chair of Bacteriology at the University of Glasgow from 1919 until 1951. Professor Browning was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the College in 1958.

Date

1950

Identifier

453

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

50 x 64 x 30 cm

Materials

Plaster

Description

Plaster bust by Benno Schotz of Professor Carl Hamilton Browning (1881-1972) holder of the Gardiner Chair of Bacteriology at the University of Glasgow from 1919 until 1951. Professor Browning was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the College in 1958.

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Princess Alexandra Portrait Sign

Description

Sign, metal with inscription, " H.R.H. PRINCESS ALEXANDRA OF KENT, PAINTED FOR S.S. ORIANA BY JUDY CASSAB 1960."

Date

c. 1960s

Identifier

2003/76.8

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Length: 40.8 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Sign, metal with inscription, " H.R.H. PRINCESS ALEXANDRA OF KENT, PAINTED FOR S.S. ORIANA BY JUDY CASSAB 1960."

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Title

Princess Alexandra Sign

Description

Sign, metal with inscription "THIS EXTENSION WAS OPENED BY H.R.H. PRINCESS ALEXANDRA ON 18TH MAY 1979."

Date

c. 1979

Identifier

2003/76.11

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 44.8 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Sign, metal with inscription "THIS EXTENSION WAS OPENED BY H.R.H. PRINCESS ALEXANDRA ON 18TH MAY 1979."

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Title

Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Medal

Description

Queen Elizabeth II coronation medal designed by Cecil Thomas.

Date

c. 1953

Identifier

2003/66.4

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 7.6 cm

Materials

Ribbon, silver.

Description

Queen Elizabeth II coronation medal designed by Cecil Thomas.

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Title

Royal Faculty 350th Anniversary gavel

Description

Presentation/ceremonial gavel commemorating the 350th anniversary of the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Carved decorations featuring elements from the College coat of arms, including the opium poppy, open lancet, Lion Rampant, coat of arms of Glasgow, lamp, open book, serpent, and College motto. On hammer faces: "1599"; "1949".
At top of handle: "Non vivere sed valere vita". The terminal end of the handle is carved in a thistle decoration.

Date

c.1949

Identifier

456

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Physical Dimensions

Length = 29 cm; Width = 12 cm; Depth = 5.5 cm

Materials

wood

Description

Presentation/ceremonial gavel commemorating the 350th anniversary of the Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Carved decorations featuring elements from the College coat of arms, including the opium poppy, open lancet, Lion Rampant, coat of arms of Glasgow, lamp, open book, serpent, and College motto. On hammer faces: "1599"; "1949".
At top of handle: "Non vivere sed valere vita". The terminal end of the handle is carved in a thistle decoration.

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Title

Royal Sanitary Association for Scotland badge

Description

Royal Sanitary Association for Scotland badge. gold and ribbon.

Date

c. 1927

Identifier

2003/66.5

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Physical Dimensions

9.5 cm length

Materials

Gold, ribbon.

Description

Royal Sanitary Association for Scotland badge. gold and ribbon.

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Title

S.S.Oriana Sign

Description

Sign, metal with inscription "H.R.H. PRINCESS ALEXANDRA OF KENT LAUNCHED S.S. ORIANA AT BARROW IN FURNESS 1959."

Date

c. 1959

Identifier

2003/76.9

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 40.8 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Sign, metal with inscription "H.R.H. PRINCESS ALEXANDRA OF KENT LAUNCHED S.S. ORIANA AT BARROW IN FURNESS 1959."

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Scan of Carl Browning Bust

Description

Scan of plaster bust of Professor Carl Browning, who was holder of the Chair of Bacteriology at the University of Glasgow from 1919-1951.

Description

Scan of plaster bust of Professor Carl Browning, who was holder of the Chair of Bacteriology at the University of Glasgow from 1919-1951.

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Scan of GRI Gavel Casket

Description

This 3D scan depicts a wooden gavel casket in our collection, made from timber that was once in the Lister Ward at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

Description

This 3D scan depicts a wooden gavel casket in our collection, made from timber that was once in the Lister Ward at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

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Title

Scan of GRI Mallet

Description

Oak Mallet with silver thistle decorative band round middle and inscription and hallmarked silver on top of base. Presented by Professor Morgan on the occasion of College's AGM of 1st December 2003. In red presentation box with purple lining.

Description

Oak Mallet with silver thistle decorative band round middle and inscription and hallmarked silver on top of base. Presented by Professor Morgan on the occasion of College's AGM of 1st December 2003. In red presentation box with purple lining.

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Scan of Queen Victoria Swaging Composition

Description

This scan is of a disc of extra hard swaging composition in the form of a Queen Victoria Commemoration Medallion.

Description

This scan is of a disc of extra hard swaging composition in the form of a Queen Victoria Commemoration Medallion.

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Title

Sir Gordon Gordon Taylor medal

Description

Sir Gordon Gordon Taylor medal in box.

Date

c. 1970

Identifier

1998/12.4

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Physical Dimensions

Diameter: 5cm.

Materials

Metal.

Description

Sir Gordon Gordon Taylor medal in box.

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Title

St. Andrew's Medal

Description

St. Andrews' medal, metal, in cardboard box.

Date

c. 1950

Identifier

2003/40.10

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Physical Dimensions

5.1 cm diameter

Materials

Cardboard, metal, velvet.

Description

St. Andrews' medal, metal, in cardboard box.

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Title

St. Bartholomew's Hospital Medal

Description

St. Bartholomew's Hospital medal, metal, in leather-covered box, c 1923.

On one side is the face of Dr William Harvey, the first physician to accurately describe and explain the workings of the cardiovascular system. On the other side is Rahere, who founded the St. Bartholomew Hospital in 1123.

Creator

Unknown

Date

c. 1923

Identifier

2003/40.11

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Physical Dimensions

Diameter: 5 cm

Materials

Leather, metal, silk, and velvet.

Description

St. Bartholomew's Hospital medal, metal, in leather-covered box, c 1923.

On one side is the face of Dr William Harvey, the first physician to accurately describe and explain the workings of the cardiovascular system. On the other side is Rahere, who founded the St. Bartholomew Hospital in 1123.

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Title

Swaging Composition

Description

1 disc of extra hard composition in the form of Queen Victoria Commemoration Medallion. Used in the manufacture of dental prosthetics.

Date

c. 1913

Identifier

HD/1271

Description

1 disc of extra hard composition in the form of Queen Victoria Commemoration Medallion. Used in the manufacture of dental prosthetics.

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Title

University of Glasgow medal

Description

University of Glasgow medal, metal, in leather-covered box.

Date

c. 1950s

Identifier

2003/40.12

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Physical Dimensions

6.3 cm diameter

Materials

Leather, metal, cardboard.

Description

University of Glasgow medal, metal, in leather-covered box.

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Title

Wax Seal Impression

Description

Seal impression, wax, in circular metal box, which represents the original coat of arms of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Date

c. 1800s

Identifier

2003/38

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Physical Dimensions

4.5 cm diameter

Materials

Wax, metal

Description

Seal impression, wax, in circular metal box, which represents the original coat of arms of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

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Title

William Harvey Medal

Description

William Harvey medal, metal, c 1823.

Pictured here is an example of a William Harvey medal from 1823. The inscription reads, "William Harvey, born in Kent 1578, died in London 1657, Numismatic Series of Illustrious Lives". This medal was sold as part of a series to commemorate the life of the English physician, William Harvey. Harvey is most well-known for his description of the systemic circulation of the human body, which was the first accurate description of this system in history.

Creator

Durand, France

Date

c. 1823

Identifier

2003/40.6

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Physical Dimensions

Diameter: 4.1 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

William Harvey medal, metal, c 1823.

Pictured here is an example of a William Harvey medal from 1823. The inscription reads, "William Harvey, born in Kent 1578, died in London 1657, Numismatic Series of Illustrious Lives". This medal was sold as part of a series to commemorate the life of the English physician, William Harvey. Harvey is most well-known for his description of the systemic circulation of the human body, which was the first accurate description of this system in history.

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Title

William Hunter medal

Description

William Hunter medal in box.

Date

c. 1936

Identifier

1998/12.1

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Physical Dimensions

Diameter: 7cm.

Materials

Bronze

Description

William Hunter medal in box.

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Title

William Macewen Medal Cast

Description

Cast for Macewen medal in surgery. On 7th March 1927, presentation by Dr J.A.C. Macewen of a medal in commemoration of the late Sir William Macewen to be presented annually to a candidate who, having received surgical training in a Glasgow hospital, obtains the highest distinction in surgery at the final examinations conducted by the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the Edinburgh College.

Date

c. 1927

Identifier

2003/20

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Physical Dimensions

Diameter: 9.1 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Cast for Macewen medal in surgery. On 7th March 1927, presentation by Dr J.A.C. Macewen of a medal in commemoration of the late Sir William Macewen to be presented annually to a candidate who, having received surgical training in a Glasgow hospital, obtains the highest distinction in surgery at the final examinations conducted by the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the Edinburgh College.

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Title

William T. Gairdner medal

Description

William T. Gairdner medal, in leather-covered case

Date

c. 1940s

Identifier

2004/2

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Physical Dimensions

Diameter: 7cm.

Materials

Metal

Description

William T. Gairdner medal, in leather-covered case

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Title

Writing Desk

Description

Wooden writing desk containing quils, ink jars, and nibs.

Date

c. 1873

Identifier

2003/80

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Physical Dimensions

Length 49.5cm

Materials

Wood

Description

Wooden writing desk containing quils, ink jars, and nibs.

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