Medical Antiques For Sale
Antique Medical, Apothecary, Surgical Sets, & Instruments
Welcome to 'Medical Antiques For Sale'. This is an antique medical collector service by the Medicalantiques.com website offering pre-1900 surgical sets, apothecary, antiques, and instruments, for sale by collector/owners. We are not dealers, but medical collectors helping other medical collectors liquidate collections or duplicate items in established collections. For Civil War instruments and books click here.
To buy a particular item or items (see examples below), contact Dr. Doug Arbittier, Please indicate in your email, the item(s) by number, price, and description you wish to buy or for which you need more information. Dr. Arbittier will put you directly in touch with the seller to communicate by e-mail, and with whom you will deal directly. Dr. Arbittier is not responsible for any transactions between the seller and buyer.
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Last Updated: 12-4-2012
Borwick horn fleam c. 1870
Bow frame amputation saw, c. 1870
Typical brass and steel fleam, c. 1860
Wiegand & Snowden lancet in original case, c. 1860
Abscess lancet by Savigny
Bone forceps, Continental, c. 1800 early crafted, 8' overall, hallmarked "IW", with decorative detail.
Cased Proctor fleam, c. 1800
Unusual early cautery iron c. 1820.
Very nice two layer cased surgical set by Charriere. Exceptional trade label. Missing the bone snips.
Rare early crane's beak bullet forceps ca. 1700. Serrated tips for grabbing the bullet. Some pitting and discoloration. Very unusual.
Excellent and rare early crane's beak bullet forceps. Ca. 1700. Exceptional.
Tortoise covered knife with decorative silver elements ca. 1770
Ivory handled tooth key ca. 1830.
Set of rare bronze Roman medical implements.
Nelaton bullet probe with porcelain tip ca. 1860. 5 1/8 long. The lead of the bullet made a mark on the ball to help find the trajectory of a bullet.
Small probe scoop made of brass & silver, 5 inches long, pictured in Bennion's book, page 72., ca. 1860.
Thin probe ca. 1880
Three dental forceps ca. 1870.
Horn handled fleam ca. 1840. Blades marked G.N.J.B.