Lancets for bloodletting, England, 1794

Made:
1792-1794 in Birmingham

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Group shot of from left to right of, A34765 Three lancets, steel and tortoiseshell, various British makers, in a silver
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Group shot of from top left, middle to bottom of, A34765 Three lancets, steel and tortoiseshell, various British
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2 lancets, steel and tortoiseshell, in silver case, made in Birmingham, England, 1792-1794.

2 lancets, steel and tortoiseshell, in silver case, made in Birmingham, 1794. Illustrated as the far right of the four lancet cases. Also illustrated are A167251 (leech jar) and two bleeding bowls (A43167 on the left and A43171 on the right)

Details

Category:
Therapeutics
Object Number:
A648136
Materials:
silver (metal), steel (metal), tortoiseshell
type:
medical

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