A rare vintage medical 1950s Boyle model H anaesthesia machine


A rare 1955 Boyle model H anaesthesia machine. In wonderful unused condition.

Sourced from a museum collection, and originally kept in a ministry store, subsequently preserving its original condition.

Used to administer nitrous oxide, oxygen, cyclopropane and carbon dioxide gases.

The machine also has sight-feed vaporizers, called “Boyle bottles”, to administer the volatile agents Ether and Trilene.

A real talking point, and certainly a must for any medical curio collector. These cool pieces of medical history are now reused as striking cocktail trolleys, giving great contrast to your favourite tipple.

Still fitted are two original Boyle bottles, one labelled ‘Ether’ and the other ‘Trilene’. These alone are sought after and hard to find. The machine is fitted with the Boyle II Circle Absorber.

The trolley is in particularly good order, with all parts present. Along with the apparatus is the addition of the piece by MEDICAL & INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT LTD.

As this machine and trolley were always kept in storage its condition is unbelievably good. The chrome work is exceptionally clean with little to zero pitting (see listing images).

The lower drawer contains chrome spares in original boxes, including several IN USE, FULL and EMPTY clip on labels. Supplied is the original all the original paperwork.

This is a real museum piece and it would be hard to find another in a condition even close to this example.

A perfect prop piece and certainly not one to miss if you are looking to source something that stands out as a talking point.

The original green paintwork is in nice condition and with very little wear. We have supplied 360 degree images and close ups so please use this to gauge the item’s condition.

The only components with any real age related wear and tear are areas of the original black rubber hoses. This would be expected due to their age and tendency to perish.

This is one of several 1950s sought after anaesthesia machines we have available. Along with a Smith – Clarke Mechanic Respirator.

Out of stock