Antique Medical Surgical Glass Syringe Art Deco Skyscraper Design Silver Marked

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Seller: lhowardestates (3,708) 100%, Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 121337684304 US military issue hypodermic syringe kit, used by Army and Navy Medical Officers from the time of the Spanish-American War thru World War One. The Syringe in the kit is not the original - the original was a metal and glass contraption - but this is still a fine looking example of the kit!RARE INSULIN KIT ?? NICKLE SILVER ART DECO DESIGN SYRINGE KIT. 1910 -1920BD HISTORY;> printThe Beginning — Windows Media video Maxwell W. Becton and Fairleigh S. Dickinson met on a sales trip in 1897. Months later, they decided to go into business together, sealing their partnership with a handshake. They named their medical device import company Becton, Dickinson and Company.First Sale On October 8, Becton made what is believed to be the company's first sale — a Luer all-glass syringe that sold for $2.50.The First Patent For $40.00, BD acquired a half interest in the patent rights to an all-glass syringe developed by H. Wulfing Luer of Paris, France. First Logo — Windows Media video The founders chose BD as a trademark for their Company. Over the years the BD name appeared in a wide variety of formats. 100 years later a new logo was adopted as an integral element in the Corporate Identity Program. First Acquisition Acquiring the Philadelphia Surgical Company enabled BD to manufacture its own surgical instruments. This and other early acquisitions expanded the Company's catalog of quality products and brought the talents and manufacturing expertise of new people to BD. Incorporated The Company incorporated in the State of New Jersey and created a manufacturing facility in East Rutherford, the first in the U.S. built specifically for producing thermometers, hypodermic needles and syringes. Made in America — Windows Media video Oscar O. R. Schwidetzky merged his Surgical Supply Import Company with BD, bringing with him the Asepto™ Bulb Syringe and helping to develop the American-made ACE® bandage, a brand name for "All Cotton Elastic." Modern Stethoscope Andrew W. "Doc" Fleischer, developer of the mercurial sphygmomanometer to measure blood pressure, merged his company with BD and then spent his long career developing and refining the stethoscope and other medical instruments.First Insulin Syringe BD manufactured its first syringe made specifically for insulin injection. This development marked the beginning of the Company's history in diabetes care. BD Yale Luer-Lok™ Syringe BD introduced the BD Yale Luer-Lok™ Syringe, designed and patented by Fairleigh S. Dickinson, Sr. It provided a simple, secure method of attaching and removing a needle to and from a syringe. Today, luer lock connectors are the standard for syringes in the U.S. Innovative Selling Hired to stimulate sagging sales, Edward T.T. Williams revolutionized sales techniques and expanded the Company's customer base. He later served as Chairman of the Board from 1965 to 1967. New Leadership — Windows Media video Fairleigh S. Dickinson, Jr. and Henry P. Becton, sons of the founders, took over company leadership as President and Vice President, respectively. During their 24-year tenure, BD expanded worldwide, made the successful transition to sterile disposable products and became a public company.BD Vacutainer System Joseph Kleiner, hired by BD for his Multifit syringe with interchangeable parts, also brought with him a concept called the Evacutainer — a device to draw blood by vacuum through a needle into a test tube. The product, patented in 1949, evolved to become the BD Vacutainer® Blood Collection System.Wesley J. Howe Wesley J. "Jack" Howe joined BD. He was to play a key role in developing sterility control procedures and refining the process for manufacturing disposable needles and syringes. Howe became Chairman, President and CEO in 1980. Condition: EXCELLENT CONDITION GLASS BD SYRINGE NICKLE SILVER CASE ART DECO DESIGN MEASURES 3.5 INCHES IN HEIGHT 5.5 INCHES OPENED BECTON DICKINSON AND COMPANY, Maker: BECTON DICKINSON

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