Tags: 1950's, automatic, case, equipment, injector, kayden, medical, syringes, vintage
Vintage Kayden Automatic Injector from the 1950s found tucked away in the attic of a WWII vet, interesting fact… A rare find, haven’t been able to find anything similar except for museum pieces. Outside sleeve gives info on how to demonstrate the injector. Then there is a green flip-top box with pictures and instruction on the inside of the lid. Inside is a snap-front case holding the injector, along with an open box of Yale Regular Point Needles. Paperwork includes instructions with the heading Kayden Automatic Self Injector No. 55 and an offer for a subscription to the American Diabetes Assoc. Item is in very good vintage condition for collections and display (it is NOT SAFE TO USE, just CYA). The snap-front case holding the injector has some wear to the inside (some of the fuzzy lining has worn off). The needle box is open and only a few needles remain. The green Kayden box is in good shape. Outer sleeve has some wear. Please look over all the pictures before considering purchasing. Keep in mind that this is a VINTAGE item with age-related “characteristics” as mentioned and shown. If you have any questions, please ask. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Science & Medicine (1930-Now)\Medicine, Dentistry\Medical Devices”. The seller is “thiswontlastlong” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States