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106.  A c. 1790 antique urological surgery part-set by Laundy, London.  The large case is made of high grade Santo Domingo mahogany and a brass bail handle is at each side.  Five lithotomy gorgets, each maker marked, with sounds and staffs are fitted to the lift-out section.  Also in this compartment are three rare and original rolled-straps that were employed to tie-down the patient.  The Science Museum, London, has three contemporary Laundy lithotomy sets, two of which have gorgets and straps.  In spite of the offering's incomplete state, this is an important collection of Georgian surgical instruments.  $2,250  

 

 

107.  A large and curved antique rectum trocar and silver cannula for tapping the bladder.  $175  

 



108.   An antique c. 1930 Young Simpson anesthesia inhaler by Arnold & Son, London.  The set includes a mask and headband, a print of the mask in place, bottle with cork and fittings, tubing, and the original carrying box.  SOLD

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109.  A c. 1750 antique dental toothkey with an unusual detachable iron handle.  Note the decorative flourishes of the bands on the shaft and to the wing screw that keeps the handle in place.  The straight shaft is one characteristic of early toothkeys.  SOLD  

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110.   A superb patent 1897 antique Bausch & Lomb monocular microscope with two oculars, three objectives and cells, a triple turret, a substage condenser and diaphragm, and well-constructed wood case.  The pillar, barrel, and coarse and fine adjustment controls are brass with a clear lacquer finish.  This fine antique microscope appears to have been little used.  $2,500

 

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111.  A well-made antique Bonnafont ear trumpet.  $575

 

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112.  A late 19th century antique magnifying glass in a sterling-marked silver lyre-shaped mount (four inches long) for a chatelaine.  $145  

113.  A c. 1820 antique exploring trocar with groove running the length of the needle.  $65  

 

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