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CHILE-PROTESTS/RIGHTS
RTX791Z5
November 15, 2019
Aaron Vega, 29, arrives at the emergency room at the ocular trauma unit at Hospital del Salvador in Santiago,...
Santiago, Chile
The Wider Image: Human rights abuse accusations proliferate in Chile unrest
Aaron Vega, 29, arrives at the emergency room at the ocular trauma unit at Hospital del Salvador in Santiago, Chile, November 12, 2019. Vega's eye was hit with a gas canister during a protest earlier that day and was later diagnosed with a fractured eye socket. REUTERS/Jorge Silva SEARCH "CHILE HUMAN-RIGHTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHILE-PROTESTS/RIGHTS
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November 15, 2019
Aaron Vega, 29, is examined in the emergency room at the ocular trauma unit at Hospital del Salvador...
Santiago, Chile
The Wider Image: Human rights abuse accusations proliferate in Chile unrest
Aaron Vega, 29, is examined in the emergency room at the ocular trauma unit at Hospital del Salvador in Santiago, Chile November 12, 2019. Vega's eye was hit with a gas canister during a protest earlier that day and was later diagnosed with a fractured eye socket. REUTERS/Jorge Silva SEARCH "CHILE HUMAN-RIGHTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHILE-PROTESTS/RIGHTS
RTX791YO
November 15, 2019
Aaron Vega, 29, waits to be seen on an examining table at the emergency room at the ocular trauma unit...
Santiago, Chile
The Wider Image: Human rights abuse accusations proliferate in Chile unrest
Aaron Vega, 29, waits to be seen on an examining table at the emergency room at the ocular trauma unit at Hospital del Salvador in Santiago, Chile November 12, 2019. Vega's eye was hit with a gas canister during a protest earlier that day and was later diagnosed with a fractured eye socket. REUTERS/Jorge Silva SEARCH "CHILE HUMAN-RIGHTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
PENNSYLVANIA-HEAD/
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December 14, 2015
Artist renderings of Jane Doe whose decapitated head was found on December 12, 2014 in Western Pennsylvania...
ECONOMY, UNITED STATES
Artist renderings of Jane Doe whose decapitated head was found in Western Pennsylvania is shown during...
Artist renderings of Jane Doe whose decapitated head was found on December 12, 2014 in Western Pennsylvania is shown during a news conference in Economy, Pennsylvania December 14, 2015. A year after an embalmed woman?s head was found in western Pennsylvania woods, investigators revealed on Monday they found red balls in the eye sockets and the case may be tied to a growing black market for body parts. REUTERS/Elizabeth Daley
PENNSYLVANIA-HEAD/
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December 14, 2015
Economy Borough Police Chief Michael O'Brien (L) holds up a toy red rubber ball during a news conference...
ECONOMY, UNITED STATES
Economy Borough Police Chief Michael O'Brien holds up a toy red rubber ball during a news conference...
Economy Borough Police Chief Michael O'Brien (L) holds up a toy red rubber ball during a news conference with District Attorney Anthony Berosh (C) and Beaver County Coroner Teri Tatalovich-Rossi (R) in Economy, Pennsylvania December 14, 2015. A year after an embalmed woman?s head was found in western Pennsylvania woods, investigators revealed on Monday they found red balls in the eye sockets and the case may be tied to a growing black market for body parts. REUTERS/Elizabeth Daley
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101 Years Mending dolls, Teddies and Hearts - 25 Aug 2014
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101 Years Mending Dolls, Teddies and Hearts - 25 Aug 2014
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AUSTRALIA-DOLLS/
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August 25, 2014
A plastic bag covers the face of a doll that has been brought for repair at Sydney's Doll Hospital for...
Sydney, Australia
A plastic bag covers the face of a doll that has been brought for repair at Sydney's Doll Hospital for...
A plastic bag covers the face of a doll that has been brought for repair at Sydney's Doll Hospital for repair, June 28, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
A discarded doll is pictured against a wall in the workshop of Sydney's Doll Hospital, May 20, 2014....
Sydney, Australia
A discarded doll is pictured against a wall in the workshop of Sydney's Doll Hospital
A discarded doll is pictured against a wall in the workshop of Sydney's Doll Hospital, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
A trash can featuring discarded doll parts including a broken head, torso and limbs is pictured in the...
Sydney, Australia
A trash can featuring discarded doll parts including a broken head, torso and limbs is pictured in the...
A trash can featuring discarded doll parts including a broken head, torso and limbs is pictured in the workshop of Sydney's Doll Hospital, July 12, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 12, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Customers Sue and Allan Paviour are pictured with their teddy bear that had been repaired as they collect...
Sydney, Australia
Customers Sue and Allan Paviour are pictured with their teddy bear that had been repaired as they collect...
Customers Sue and Allan Paviour are pictured with their teddy bear that had been repaired as they collect it at Sydney's Doll Hospital, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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RTR43MBZ
August 25, 2014
A badly-weathered composition doll, made from compressed wood chip, has its flakey paint cut off before...
Sydney, Australia
A badly-weathered composition doll, made from compressed wood chip, has its flakey paint cut off before...
A badly-weathered composition doll, made from compressed wood chip, has its flakey paint cut off before being repaired and repainted by Gail Grainger, a 14-year veteran doll repairer at Sydney's Doll Hospital, August 19, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken August 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
The head of a plastic doll is exposed to ultra-violet light to temporarily soften it before re-attaching...
Sydney, Australia
The head of a plastic doll is exposed to ultra-violet light to temporarily soften it before re-attaching...
The head of a plastic doll is exposed to ultra-violet light to temporarily soften it before re-attaching to its body, one of many techniques employed by the doll restorers at Sydney's Doll Hospital July 12, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 12, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Doll restorer Kerry Stuart rubs a filling compound into the cracked head of a plastic doll at Sydney's...
Sydney, Australia
Doll restorer Kerry Stuart rubs a filling compound into the cracked head of a plastic doll at Sydney's...
Doll restorer Kerry Stuart rubs a filling compound into the cracked head of a plastic doll at Sydney's Doll Hospital, July 15, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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AUSTRALIA-DOLLS/
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August 25, 2014
Doll limbs and hand tools are pictured in the afternoon sun on the work bench of Geoff Chapman, 'Head...
Sydney, Australia
Doll limbs and hand tools are pictured in the afternoon sun on the work bench of Geoff Chapman, 'Head...
Doll limbs and hand tools are pictured in the afternoon sun on the work bench of Geoff Chapman, 'Head Surgeon' and owner of Sydney's Doll Hospital, June 28, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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AUSTRALIA-DOLLS/
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August 25, 2014
A damaged doll is pictured on a workbench after having its head re-attached by 25-year veteran doll repairer...
Sydney, Australia
A damaged doll is pictured on a workbench after having its head re-attached by 25-year veteran doll repairer...
A damaged doll is pictured on a workbench after having its head re-attached by 25-year veteran doll repairer Kerry Stuart at Sydney's Doll Hospital, July 15, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
A combination picture shows one doll's head through various stages of its repainting by Australian doll...
Sydney, Australia
A combination picture shows one doll's head through various stages of its repainting by Australian doll...
A combination picture shows one doll's head through various stages of its repainting by Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, June 17, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, pulls the plastic...
Sydney, Australia
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, pulls the plastic...
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, pulls the plastic head of a customers doll out of a bowl of hot water to soften the material before removing and replacing its old eyes, June 17, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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AUSTRALIA-DOLLS/
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August 25, 2014
The arms, legs and hands of composition dolls, made from compressed wood chip, are pictured hanging on...
Sydney, Australia
The arms, legs and hands of composition dolls, made from compressed wood chip, are pictured hanging on...
The arms, legs and hands of composition dolls, made from compressed wood chip, are pictured hanging on a line as the paint dries in a workshop of Sydney's Doll Hospital, June 17, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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AUSTRALIA-DOLLS/
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August 25, 2014
Doll repairer Kerry Stuart is pictured alongside a paint drying rack littered with the body parts of...
Sydney, Australia
Doll repairer Kerry Stuart is pictured alongside a paint drying rack littered with the body parts of...
Doll repairer Kerry Stuart is pictured alongside a paint drying rack littered with the body parts of dolls being repaired at Sydney's Doll Hospital, July 12, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 12, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Doll restorers Gail Grainger (L) and Kerry Stuart inspect the head of a composition doll, made from compressed...
Sydney, Australia
Doll restorers Gail Grainger and Kerry Stuart inspect the head of a composition doll, made from compressed...
Doll restorers Gail Grainger (L) and Kerry Stuart inspect the head of a composition doll, made from compressed wood chip, in the workshop of Sydney's Doll Hospital, July 15, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Gail Grainger, a 14-year veteran doll restorer, is pictured as she adds fingers to a damaged dolls hand...
Sydney, Australia
Gail Grainger, a 14-year veteran doll restorer, is pictured as she adds fingers to a damaged dolls hand...
Gail Grainger, a 14-year veteran doll restorer, is pictured as she adds fingers to a damaged dolls hand in her workshop at Sydney's Doll Hospital, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Limbs of dolls are shown as spare parts in a pile ready to be used in customers doll repairs at Sydney's...
Sydney, Australia
Limbs of dolls are shown as spare parts in a pile ready to be used in customers doll repairs at Sydney's...
Limbs of dolls are shown as spare parts in a pile ready to be used in customers doll repairs at Sydney's Doll Hospital, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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August 25, 2014
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, matches a pair of...
Sydney, Australia
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, matches a pair of...
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, matches a pair of eyes from her stock to be inserted into a customer's doll undergoing repairs, June 17, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Large dolls eyes are pictured nestled in foam before being used in repaired customers dolls at Sydney's...
Sydney, Australia
Large dolls eyes are pictured nestled in foam before being used in repaired customers dolls at Sydney's...
Large dolls eyes are pictured nestled in foam before being used in repaired customers dolls at Sydney's Doll Hospital, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, carries spare dolls...
Sydney, Australia
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, carries spare dolls...
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, carries spare dolls to be used for parts in repairing customer's dolls, July 15, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
A pair of dolls eyes and pliers are pictured on a work bench before the eyes are inserted into a antique...
Sydney, Australia
A pair of dolls eyes and pliers are pictured on a work bench before the eyes are inserted into a antique...
A pair of dolls eyes and pliers are pictured on a work bench before the eyes are inserted into a antique doll being restored at Sydney's Doll Hospital, July 15, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
A damaged doll is brought in for repair by a customer at Sydney's Doll Hospital, May 20, 2014. Opened...
Sydney, Australia
A damaged doll is brought in for repair by a customer at Sydney's Doll Hospital
A damaged doll is brought in for repair by a customer at Sydney's Doll Hospital, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, inspects the head...
Sydney, Australia
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, inspects the head...
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, inspects the head of a customers doll undergoing repairs, June 17, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Geoff Chapman (R), 'Head Surgeon' and third-generation owner of Sydney's Doll Hospital, is pictured with...
Sydney, Australia
Geoff Chapman, 'Head Surgeon' and third-generation owner of Sydney's Doll Hospital, is pictured with...
Geoff Chapman (R), 'Head Surgeon' and third-generation owner of Sydney's Doll Hospital, is pictured with employee Nadine Kosztka, as they inspect customers dolls that have been brought in for repair, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, repairs a customers...
Sydney, Australia
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, repairs a customers...
Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, repairs a customers doll on her workbench, June 17, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Doll repairer Tamara Ottessen searches for replacement limbs on a customer's doll in the workshop of...
Sydney, Australia
Doll repairer Tamara Ottessen searches for replacement limbs on a customer's doll in the workshop of...
Doll repairer Tamara Ottessen searches for replacement limbs on a customer's doll in the workshop of Sydney's Doll Hospital, July 12, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken July 12, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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August 25, 2014
Geoff Chapman, 'Head Surgeon' and third-generation owner of Sydney's Doll Hospital, holds a small doll...
Sydney, Australia
Geoff Chapman, 'Head Surgeon' and third-generation owner of Sydney's Doll Hospital, holds a small doll...
Geoff Chapman, 'Head Surgeon' and third-generation owner of Sydney's Doll Hospital, holds a small doll on one hand as he writes details onto its repair card attached to its foot, at his workshop June 28, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Nadine Koszytka, a worker at Sydney's Doll Hospital, inspects a customer's (R) doll brought in for repair,...
Sydney, Australia
Nadine Koszytka, a worker at Sydney's Doll Hospital, inspects a customers doll brought in for repair
Nadine Koszytka, a worker at Sydney's Doll Hospital, inspects a customer's (R) doll brought in for repair, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Two photographs hanging on the wall of Sydney's Doll Hospital show the before and after pictures of a...
Sydney, Australia
Two photographs hanging on the wall of Sydney's Doll Hospital show the before and after pictures of a...
Two photographs hanging on the wall of Sydney's Doll Hospital show the before and after pictures of a teddy bear that had been brought in for repair, June 17, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
A teddy bear in two pieces is pictured on the workshop floor at Sydney's Doll Hospital, August 19, 2014....
Sydney, Australia
A teddy bear in two pieces is pictured on the workshop floor at Sydney's Doll Hospital
A teddy bear in two pieces is pictured on the workshop floor at Sydney's Doll Hospital, August 19, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken August 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
Geoff Chapman, 'Head Surgeon' at Sydney's Doll Hospital, is pictured in his workshop August 20, 2014....
Sydney, Australia
Geoff Chapman, 'Head Surgeon' at Sydney's Doll Hospital, is pictured in his workshop
Geoff Chapman, 'Head Surgeon' at Sydney's Doll Hospital, is pictured in his workshop August 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
A sign at Sydney's Doll Hospital shows the various 'wards' where dolls, rocking horses and prams can...
Sydney, Australia
A sign at Sydney's Doll Hospital shows the various 'wards' where dolls, rocking horses and prams can...
A sign at Sydney's Doll Hospital shows the various 'wards' where dolls, rocking horses and prams can be admitted for repair, May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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August 25, 2014
A young customer looks over the counter as a family member brings in a doll for repair at Sydney's Doll...
Sydney, Australia
A young customer looks over the counter as a family member brings in a doll for repair at Sydney's Doll...
A young customer looks over the counter as a family member brings in a doll for repair at Sydney's Doll Hospital May 20, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (L) puts in the new glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Greiner puts in new glass eye of patient in his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (L) puts in the new glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (seen in mirror) looks at the new glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Greiner looks at new glass eye of patient in his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (seen in mirror) looks at the new glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Sechser, 72, got his first glass eye in 1960. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
A tray of example glass eyes are pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner...
Munich, Germany
A tray of example glass eyes are pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner...
A tray of example glass eyes are pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Patient Helmut Sechser looks in a mirror after being fitted with a new glass eye at a medical equipment...
Munich, Germany
Patient Helmut Sechser looks in a mirror after being fitted with a new glass eye at a medical equipment...
Patient Helmut Sechser looks in a mirror after being fitted with a new glass eye at a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Shop owner and ocularist Gerhard Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Sechser, 72, got his first glass eye in 1960. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his...
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
The old glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser sits in a small box at the medical equipment shop of ocularist...
Munich, Germany
Old glass eye of patient sits in a small box at medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner in...
The old glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser sits in a small box at the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner in Munich December 11, 2012. Ocularist Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (L) looks at the new glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Greiner looks at new glass eye of patient in his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (L) looks at the new glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Sechser, 72, got his first glass eye in 1960. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his...
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Patient Helmut Sechser looks in a mirror after being fitted with a new glass eye at a medical equipment...
Munich, Germany
Patient Helmut Sechser looks in a mirror after being fitted with a new glass eye at a medical equipment...
Patient Helmut Sechser looks in a mirror after being fitted with a new glass eye at a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Shop owner and ocularist Gerhard Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Sechser, 72, got his first glass eye in 1960. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Coloured glass rods and the equiptment of ocularist Gerhard Greiner to make glass eyes, lie on a work...
Munich, Germany
Coloured glass rods and equiptment of ocularist Greiner to make glass eyes lie on a work top at his medical...
Coloured glass rods and the equiptment of ocularist Gerhard Greiner to make glass eyes, lie on a work top at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Rods of glass in different colours are pictured in a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012....
Munich, Germany
Rods of glass in different colours are pictured in a medical equipment shop in Munich
Rods of glass in different colours are pictured in a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Shop owner and ocularist Gerhard Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
A tray of glass eyes with different coloured irises are pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist...
Munich, Germany
A tray of glass eyes are pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner in Munich...
A tray of glass eyes with different coloured irises are pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
A tray of glass eyes with different coloured irises is pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist...
Munich, Germany
A tray of glass eyes is pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner in Munich...
A tray of glass eyes with different coloured irises is pictured at the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 13, 2012
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his...
Munich, Germany
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his...
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner blows through molten glass to make a sphere as he produces a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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