American Civil War Surgical & Medical Antiques
The Internet Resource for collecting medical, Civil War, surgical, apothecary, dental, and bloodletting antiques
Featuring the Collections and Museum of Medical Antiques
by Collector & Preserver: Douglas Arbittier, MD, MBA
The content of this web site is an on-going educational project for those interested in collecting and learning more about our fascinating medical history. Specializing in cased surgical and dental sets, bloodletting artifacts, early medical instruments, as well as medicine and surgery during the Civil War. If you are seeking research, photos, information, pricing, and people who are passionate about preserving our medical and surgical history... this is the place to visit.
Evaluation and identification of historical pieces can be provided for medical, surgical, dental, and bloodletting items like those displayed on this site and at no-charge. Please contact:
Medical Collectors Advisory Services
Antiques on this web resource run the medical gamut to include American, English, French, German, medical art and Italian large cased surgical sets, dental instruments, apothecary items, obstetrical pieces, stethoscopes, hearing devices, spectacles, and bloodletting devices like spring lancets, fleams, scarificators, and leech jars! There is a complete Civil War display of military surgery sets as well as Civil War surgeon images. The entire collection is housed in a stand-alone private museum.
Brought to you by private collector and preserver of medical antiques:
Douglas Arbittier, MD, MBA
ENTER: MEDICAL ANTIQUES WEBSITE
And be thankful you live in today's medical world...
American Civil War Medicine & Surgical Antiques
Civil War Surgical Set collections from 1860 to 1865 - Civilian and Military
Surgeon Education & Medical Textbooks
Douglas Arbittier, MD, MBA & Michael Echols, DDS
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