A collection of 11” x 14” top quality medical charts. They cover topics such as organs: “Eye” or “Skin”, systems: “Digestive” or “Female Reproductive” and disease or conditions such as: “Cancer” and “Obesity”. They are on heavy coated paper suitable for putting up in, say, a classroom where they would be excellent teaching aids. Most are overruns that are imprinted with the name of a drug at the bottom and were distributed as part of a promotion. A few have misspelling misprints. Because of varying quantities and a horrendous sorting problem, we cannot give you the luxury of picking your favorites from a long list. We also have (2) large (20" x 26") wall charts, one on hypertension and one on the male reproductive system.
Black neoprene gaskets in a variety of sizes and shapes: loops, hoops
and flat. Stretchy, a little dusty, but in good condition. The small
round assortment gets you (2) gaskets, approx. 1/2" dia
cross-section, in loops with overall diameters between 1 and 3 feet. The large round assortment gets you approx. 3/4" dia. The Flat assortment is pieces that make loops of 2 to 5 feet
dia. The rubber is about 2" x 1-1/2", but the shape varies: could be
square, grooved, V-shaped, or something else. Use as is for really big
valves, or better yet, chop it down to size. A great way to get cheap
rubber materials for your non-critical applications We'll pick the exact
dimensions and, in the case of the Flat assortment, the shape you get.
It's hard to make a good exit if your feet keep slipping off the pedals.
We have acquired (2) styles of replacement bike pedals, so you can
depart in dignity. Cheap dignity. Flat-top pedals give each foot a
3-1/4" x 4-1/4" hard plastic platform on a shaft with 1/2" dia x 7/8"
threaded end. Both pedals threaded counter-clockwise. These "excel"
pedals may have been made for an exercise bike. Concave pedals are
1-3/16" thick and have slightly dished 2-5/16" x 4" faces. These come
in lefts and rights (you'll get one of each) with 1/2" x 1/2" clockwise
and counterclockwise threaded shafts.
Kudos to the customer who knows what these are. (Quick - cover up the
rest of this write-up while you look at the picture!) They're big oval
suction cups of solid but flexible white rubber. Molded cylinders rising
from them are about 1" deep x 1-1/4" od. The insides are threaded, a
standard plunger size. The triple sucker, with (3), is 4-5/8" x 9-3/4".
Candle holders for sailboats? Antler holders for reindeer costumes? Dime
collectors for dashboards? Okay. Okay. They're made to grab onto the
bottom of a bar sink and hold fat brushes with threaded handles. A quick
twist of an upside-down beer glass, and it's washed. We liked the
antler idea better.
The four positions on this 2" x 1-5/16" x 7/8" rotary switch represent the four seasons of the year. The spring position turns on terminals 1 and 5. The summer position turns on all of the terminals. The fall position turns on terminals 2,3,5 and 6. On the winter setting, the time of year when all is quiet and dead, none of the terminals are turned on. All of the terminals have spade connectors and terminals 2 and 3 are joined. The switch has a 7/8" x 1/4" dia. fluted shaft and is mountable via. (2) threaded holes on the face plate. 25 amp at 125 VAC max.
Or lampy flowers, we're not sure. We do know these ceramic lamp finials (the thingees that hold the shade on) are sweetly colored bunches of flowers, about 1" dia x 3" tall. Our each is a box of (4) including (1) each with yellow chrysanthemums, yellow daffodils, rose, purple and yellow tulips, and rose and purple somethings which we think may sort of be pansies. All have green leaves around the flowers. Very pretty, but we suggest you do not use them with a hi-tech decor.
It's just a clear-acrylic letter opener, but it has (5) functions. There is a 5/8" dia 4X magnifying lens, and a 2-1/2" x 1/2" magnifying bar that is 1.5X. Add in the ruler that measures up to 3" and up to 7cm. Plus the 7-3/4" long paper knife. All in one tool. All at your fingertips every time you open the mail. All for a pittance.
Freeze-dried Neapolitan ice cream, it says on the foil package, just like the astronauts got if they ate all of their freeze-dried peas. Not frozen, of course, or even chilled, but you get one yummy pack, ready to eat, just under half an ounce, which is more than you'd think.
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