Petit's Spiral, USA Belt, Signoroni's, Mott's, and other unusual examples
Alex Peck Medical Antiques
ANTIQUE MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
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A very rare c. 1770 antique tourniquet with brass frame and original leather pads and woven linen strap. This classic Revolutionary War period tourniquet is of the pattern found in Jean-Jacques Perret, L'Art du Coutelier, Paris, 1772.
A fine c. 1860 antique Petit spiral tourniquet, unmarked but made by Luer, Paris.
With a spiral Petit tourniquet in place on a patient's upper leg, a surgeon holds an amputation knife and is ready to remove a gangrene foot. See Archives, p. 34, for more details about this antique surgery photograph.
A very scarce and unopened package of one dozen field tourniquets put-up for the U.S. Army Hospital Department. Past observations indicate that each Civil War tourniquet inside is also wrapped and marked. A most desirable Civil War medical antique.
A c. 1860 U.S. Army pattern field tourniquet with brass and iron buckle.
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