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Below is a listing of a few medical and scientific antiques that are currently for sale.  Please feel free to send an e-mail for additional details and to place an order.

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192.  A high quality c. 1860 antique folding tongue depressor made from German silver.  The smaller blade is professionally engraved:  MAW.  

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193.   A c. 1858 ninth-plate daguerreotype of David Willis Cadwallader, M.D. (1837 - 1875).   Dr. Cadwallader was an 1858 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, and he served in the 104th and 169th Pennsylvania Infantry during the Civil War.  He practiced in Philadelphia and is a descendant of the well-known Cadwallader (Cadwalader) family of Pennsylvania.

194.  A c. 1840 antique gum lancet marked:  ROSE / NEW YORK.  Peter Rose was active from c. 1830-1845.  The cover is tortoiseshell.  

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195.   A very rare Junod grande ventouse.  Victor-Théodore Junod, Parisian physician, 1809-1881 Junod's boot  botte de Junod  dry cupping  Traité théorique et pratique de l'hémospasie ; par le docteur T. Junod hemospasia   Charriere a Paris  Junod's exhausting boot  SOLD

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196.   A large c. 1850 antique bloodletting spring lancet with original fitted-case.

 

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197.   An Auzoux anatomical model of a cow's uterus with fetus at four months.  SOLD  

 

 

 

198.  A c. 1890 antique Thompson's evacuator for litholapaxy.  The instrument was attached to a catheter and used to wash out crushed stone fragments from the bladder.   This antique urological instrument was made by Tiemann, New York, and is illustrated in Tiemann's 1889 catalogue, p. 408.

 

 

 

 

 

199.  An antique anthropometric caliper made by Hawksley & Sons, 83 Wigmore Street, London.  The instrument belonged to the anthropologist Rachel Mary Fleming (1881-1968), University of Aberystwyth, Wales.  Fleming was involved with the eugenics movement in England.

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