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    Group of Civil War Medical Items. Interesting group of Civil War period medical items as follows: blown glass bleeding cup; very nice rosewood cased ivory handled dissecting kit by Tieman & Co. New York; small folding apothecary case, wooden frame with Moroccan leather cover and gilt decoration retaining weight of the original vials; small spring loaded, cased, bleeder/fleam, perfect condition, works fine; stag handled knife/fork combination for a one armed man marked by J. Russel & Co. Green River Works; three blade brass-handled bleeder marked "Fulton Cutlery Co. Sheffield," perfect condition; and brass handled six blade bleeder scalpel combination tool marked "Duvert Freres/ Coutellerie/ Thiers P de D," in excellent complete condition. Neat grouping and a wonderful addition to a Civil War display.

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    June, 2008
    29th-30th Sunday-Monday
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