Laryngoscopic set used by Mott

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1875-1885 in Vienna

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Thin metal probe, two handles, and four laryngeal mirrors. All parts of a laryngoscopic set, made of plated metal and
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Headband for laryngoscopic head mirror, par of a laryngoscopic set, plated metal and plastic, in leather case, owned by
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Laryngoscopic set, plated metal and plastic, in leather case, owned by Sir Frederick Mott, made by Heinrich Reiner, Vienna, 1875-1885

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