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ARDENTE 'AURASHELLE' EAR THERAPY DEVICE 1930's, 1930's

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ARDENTE 'AURASHELLE' EAR THERAPY DEVICE 1930's, 1930's

Ear treatment therapy devised by Dr Guy Clifford Powell in the 1930ís
Ear treatment devise made in England consisting of no more than a vibrator which was placed over the ear. Devised to help the hard of hearing. This instrument causes severe vibration to the eardrum and consequently the Ossicles but the loud buzzing of the device was enough to cause sensorineural hearing loss and Tinnitus.

Donated by Janet Hammond

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