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Antiseptic Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 25 pictures in our Antiseptic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Odol Mouth Competition
Odol Mouth Competition
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Kolynos Trade Card
Kolynos Trade Card
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Lister/Begg/Iln
Lister/Begg/Iln
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Operation/Lister Spray
Operation/Lister Spray
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Spiked pepper or matico, Piper aduncum
Spiked pepper or matico, Piper aduncum
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School Nurse
School Nurse
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Advert for Mrs. Adair, Genesh Patent chin strap 1905
Advert for Mrs. Adair, Genesh Patent chin strap 1905
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Advert for Salt Regal 1889
Advert for Salt Regal 1889
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Bi-Borax Oriental
Bi-Borax Oriental
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Making sphagnum moss dressings, Dartmoor, WW1
Making sphagnum moss dressings, Dartmoor, WW1
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Novio toilet paper advertisement, 1915
Novio toilet paper advertisement, 1915
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Advert for Sanitas - family antiseptic for wounds 1937
Advert for Sanitas - family antiseptic for wounds 1937
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Making sphagnum moss dressings, Dartmoor, WW1 Featured Image

Making sphagnum moss dressings, Dartmoor, WW1

A group of cutters and machinists at Princetown on Dartmoor making cases for sphagnum moss which would become surgical dressings during the First World War. The moss grew wild on Dartmoor and its antiseptic and absorbent properties made it ideal for such a use. The female workers were all voluntary and their expenses were paid by the Duchy of Cornwall. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Advertisement for Sanitas disinfectant, WW1
Advertisement for Sanitas disinfectant, WW1
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Antiseptic is used to stop infections
Antiseptic is used to stop infections
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Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister
Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister
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Borax
Borax
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Portrait of Sir Joseph Lister
Portrait of Sir Joseph Lister
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Sir Joseph Lister
Sir Joseph Lister
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Soldiers tabloid first aid pack
Soldiers tabloid first aid pack
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Lister/Moffat Photo
Lister/Moffat Photo
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Lister/Col Lith
Lister/Col Lith
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Lister/Empire Leaders
Lister/Empire Leaders
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Stationery, W Middleton & Son, Truro, Cornwall
Stationery, W Middleton & Son, Truro, Cornwall
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Urtica dioica, stinging nettle
Urtica dioica, stinging nettle
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Portrait of Sir Joseph Lister Featured Image

Portrait of Sir Joseph Lister

Born in Essex in 1827, he received his degree from University College, London. In 1860 he became a Surgeon at Glasow's Royal Infirmary, where he researched the cause of infections. He founded the use of antiseptic medicine, highlighting the importance of bacteria being cleaned from wounds. Lister was appointed as Queen Victoria's personal surgeon, and was given the title as Lord, the first doctor to be elevated to the House of Lords

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Colgate dental cream
Colgate dental cream
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