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Caswell Hazard & Co verlos tang.Een mooie negende eeuw (1875) Caswell Hazard & Co, New York, verlostang. De stalen met ebbenhouten handvatten hebben een mooie patina met een messing afwerking aan het eind van de handvatten. Uitstekende conditie en lengte 36,5 cm.

Caswell Hazard & Co verlos tang.Een mooie negende eeuw (1875) Caswell Hazard & Co, New York, verlostang. De stalen met ebbenhouten handvatten hebben een mooie patina met een messing afwerking aan het eind van de handvatten. Uitstekende conditie en lengte 36,5 cm.

A Gibson Medicine Spoon (1835) made of Pewter and inscribed "Gibson Inventor" on the lid. An identical spoon is pictured on page 250 of Elisabeth Bennion's "Antique Medical Instruments". An ingenious device which allowed the amount of fluid being administered to the patient to be controlled by partially occluding the lumen at the end of the spoon.

A Gibson Medicine Spoon (1835) made of Pewter and inscribed "Gibson Inventor" on the lid. An identical spoon is pictured on page 250 of Elisabeth Bennion's "Antique Medical Instruments". An ingenious device which allowed the amount of fluid being administered to the patient to be controlled by partially occluding the lumen at the end of the spoon.

Late 18thC Syringe made of Bone.  This was probably a used to introduce chemicals per urethra for the treatment of syphilis and other venereal diseases which were rife at the turn of the 19th century.

Late 18thC Syringe made of Bone. This was probably a used to introduce chemicals per urethra for the treatment of syphilis and other venereal diseases which were rife at the turn of the 19th century.

Sick Siphon by Phipps & Robinson circa 1790  Sick syphons were used in a similar setting to pap boats as feeding implements for the sick. They were placed in cups or bowls containing teas or broth and used as a strain through which the patient could suck liquid nutrient.  ~Phisick Medical Antiques

Sick Siphon by Phipps & Robinson circa 1790 Sick syphons were used in a similar setting to pap boats as feeding implements for the sick. They were placed in cups or bowls containing teas or broth and used as a strain through which the patient could suck liquid nutrient. ~Phisick Medical Antiques

A morphine bottle from about 1880. Morphine, an opium…..U.S. National Library of Medicine. Your business success = satisfied customers http://youtu.be/LyO3EkP1TdY

A morphine bottle from about 1880. Morphine, an opium…..U.S. National Library of Medicine. Your business success = satisfied customers http://youtu.be/LyO3EkP1TdY

Creel is a doctor and definitely has one of these.

Creel is a doctor and definitely has one of these.

18th century medical instruments

18th century medical instruments

~ A Lil' Liquid Lunch ~ / 1950's Whiskey Dispenser There were whiskey dispensers in the cafeteria at work. /-- need to get one for my house!

~ A Lil' Liquid Lunch ~ / 1950's Whiskey Dispenser There were whiskey dispensers in the cafeteria at work. /-- need to get one for my house!

A handsome mid-18th century English silver antique tongue depressor and spatula with pierced work.  The touch mark is the letter A.  This 5.5 inches long tongue depressor was crafted by the same silversmith as the one pictured in Bennion, Antique Medical Instruments, Plate III.

A handsome mid-18th century English silver antique tongue depressor and spatula with pierced work. The touch mark is the letter A. This 5.5 inches long tongue depressor was crafted by the same silversmith as the one pictured in Bennion, Antique Medical Instruments, Plate III.

Ford Type Bell Stethoscope - Phisick | Medical Antiques

Ford Type Bell Stethoscope - Phisick | Medical Antiques

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