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SOLD: This stainless steel Balfour abdominal retractor made by Haslam, USA is a beauty! It is a standard laparotomy wound retractor. The adjustable arms retract (wide open) to approximately 6 inches with the heavy duty, double-rod base measuring 9.25 inches in length. The overall height is approximately 7.25 inches. A third arm (not present) is able to be attached to the adjustable/ moving cross piece to allow abdominal wall retraction in 3 directions.

SOLD: This stainless steel Balfour abdominal retractor made by Haslam, USA is a beauty! It is a standard laparotomy wound retractor. The adjustable arms retract (wide open) to approximately 6 inches with the heavy duty, double-rod base measuring 9.25 inches in length. The overall height is approximately 7.25 inches. A third arm (not present) is able to be attached to the adjustable/ moving cross piece to allow abdominal wall retraction in 3 directions.

SOLD - Vintage Stainless Steel Bone Saw 9.5" Long  Vintage Stainless Steel Bone Saw (not sure if it is for physicians for amputations or a butchers saw). Entire saw measures 9.5" Long and blade measures approximately 6" in length. Some rust on handle and signs of wear and use.   Comes with a latching plastic case measuring 10" x 5" x 0.75". Inside of the box was once lined with blue fabric which has come unglued from one side and is missing on the other.

SOLD - Vintage Stainless Steel Bone Saw 9.5" Long Vintage Stainless Steel Bone Saw (not sure if it is for physicians for amputations or a butchers saw). Entire saw measures 9.5" Long and blade measures approximately 6" in length. Some rust on handle and signs of wear and use. Comes with a latching plastic case measuring 10" x 5" x 0.75". Inside of the box was once lined with blue fabric which has come unglued from one side and is missing on the other.

SOLD: Pair of tonsil snares/ guillotines for your consideration.

SOLD: Pair of tonsil snares/ guillotines for your consideration.

SOLD: Abdominal retractors are used to actively separate the edges of a surgical incision in abdomen. This retractor is self retaining. This stainless steel surgical abdominal retractor does not have a manufacturer's stamp, but is marked in multiple locations with the number "13". The retractor blades swivel 360 degrees and measure 2.75 inches in length. The base measures 6 inches  and the arms are 5.75 inches in length.

SOLD: Abdominal retractors are used to actively separate the edges of a surgical incision in abdomen. This retractor is self retaining. This stainless steel surgical abdominal retractor does not have a manufacturer's stamp, but is marked in multiple locations with the number "13". The retractor blades swivel 360 degrees and measure 2.75 inches in length. The base measures 6 inches and the arms are 5.75 inches in length.

Antique Nasal Speculum - Vintage Medical Instrument. This is an Antique Nasal Speculum. A speculum (latin for "mirror") is a medical tool used in the investigation of body cavities. Sizes and shapes depend on the cavity being inspected. This particular speculum is for nasal use so it fits nicely into your average nostril. This instrument is about 5 1/2" long and appears to be stainless steel.

Antique Nasal Speculum - Vintage Medical Instrument. This is an Antique Nasal Speculum. A speculum (latin for "mirror") is a medical tool used in the investigation of body cavities. Sizes and shapes depend on the cavity being inspected. This particular speculum is for nasal use so it fits nicely into your average nostril. This instrument is about 5 1/2" long and appears to be stainless steel.

SOLD: This lot contains some very old instruments, dating back to the 1800's. (The tonsil snare is absolutely spectacular; the certainly have not made them like this in QUITE some time.)    Tonsil Snare, Anoscope, Antique Suction Tip, Suction Sound/ Catheter, Scalpel, Small Scoop/ Curette,  Grasping Forceps, Mystery instrument

SOLD: This lot contains some very old instruments, dating back to the 1800's. (The tonsil snare is absolutely spectacular; the certainly have not made them like this in QUITE some time.) Tonsil Snare, Anoscope, Antique Suction Tip, Suction Sound/ Catheter, Scalpel, Small Scoop/ Curette, Grasping Forceps, Mystery instrument

Cephalotribe; obstetric tool, Geneva, Switzerland, 1750-1850 to save mother. The instrument pierced and crushed the fetus head to extract it from the mother’s body. They were used as a last resort only after the fetus was dead.

Cephalotribe; obstetric tool, Geneva, Switzerland, 1750-1850 to save mother. The instrument pierced and crushed the fetus head to extract it from the mother’s body. They were used as a last resort only after the fetus was dead.

Antique Doctors Electric Shock Machine Quack Medicine w | eBay

Antique Doctors Electric Shock Machine Quack Medicine w | eBay

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