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DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1890

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1890

English Delft porcelain jar features gold gilt bands with a cartouche label that reads, “UNG: HYDRARG:”, flanked by scrollwork, turtles and flowers. This was for an ointment made from mercury… (909-83). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870

Delft ceramic jar features gold gilt bands and cartouche label that reads, “UNG: CANET”. This was for an ointment. Jar has very slight chips on the top edge of rim. Measures 7 ½” high x 4 ½”… (909-78). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870

English Delft ceramic jar features gold gilt bands and label flanked by palm trees that are encircled by serpents. Label reads, “COLD CREAM”.  Jar has one chip on the top edge of rim. Gold gilt… (909-76). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

English Delft porcelain jar features gold gilt bands, and the image of two palm trees with serpents. Label reads, “CONS: JUNIP: B:”. This was a conserve of juniper which was used for infectious… (909-79). Learn More »

BRASS MORTAR AND PESTLE

BRASS MORTAR AND PESTLE

Urn shaped mortar measures 5 ¼” high x 3 ¼” in diameter at the base x 4 3/8” at the top. Pestle measures 6 ½” long. Both items are solid brass. Nice, vintage look, with some scattered small… (179-749). Learn More »

VERY RARE COBALT BLUE PERSIAN ALBARELLO DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1680

VERY RARE COBALT BLUE PERSIAN ALBARELLO DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1680

This uniquely shaped Albarello jar is labeled, “V. AUREUM” which means “golden ointment”, a healing cosmetic ointment. Albarello is a pottery jar for apothecaries’ ointments and dry drugs… (909-58). Learn More »

CASED SET OF DENTAL INSTRUMENTS

CASED SET OF DENTAL INSTRUMENTS

Embossed brown leather case opens to reveal seven dental instruments. Instruments have bone handles. Five are in very good condition, two each have a crack in the handles. Metal is mostly bright with… (516-268). Learn More »

BLUE GLASS APOTHECARY JAR WITH LID

BLUE GLASS APOTHECARY JAR WITH LID

Blue glass jar has painted gold label that reads, “FERRI FERROCY” which is Ferric Ferricyanide, otherwise known as “Prussian blue” or “midnight blue”. It was the first modern synthetic… (909-111). Learn More »

1870-1880 SURGICAL SET BY LYNCH & CO.

1870-1880 SURGICAL SET BY LYNCH & CO.

The set comes housed in a mahogany wood box with brass shield escutcheon at top center, brass hinges and lockplate and two brass reinforcing straps that are held to the box with brass screws. The mix… (172-4405). Learn More »

VERY RARE DELFT BRISTOL WET DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1725

VERY RARE DELFT BRISTOL WET DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1725

English Delftware tin-glazed pottery jar features the Latin medical name, “S PAPAV ER “, in a cartouche label flanked by cherubs, flowers and shell. This was for a syrup of opium and poppy. Jar… (909-66). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1725

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1725

English Delftware tin-glazed pottery jar features the Latin medical name, “U DESIC RUB” in a cartouche label flanked by cherubs, flowers and shell. This was for an ointment to heal wounds. Jar has… (909-57). Learn More »

18TH CENTURY WET DRUG JAR

18TH CENTURY WET DRUG JAR

This Italian/French tin-glazed pottery jar features the Latin medical name, “S DE ATHOEA “, in a cartouche label. Jar displays very light surface cracks and chips at the foot rim, top rim and… (909-67). Learn More »

FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR PERIOD AMBER HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT BOTTLE

FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR PERIOD AMBER HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT BOTTLE

A very fine condition Civil War period antique medicine bottle that is embossed, “U.S.A. / HOSP. DEPT.” Nice amber color bottle that measures 9” tall and 3 5/8” wide. Applied lip, numerous… (377-07). Learn More »

QUARTER PLATE TINTYPE OF US CIVIL WAR SURGEON, VERY RARE

QUARTER PLATE TINTYPE OF US CIVIL WAR SURGEON, VERY RARE

This is a full standing view of a Union Civil War surgeon. He is wearing a dark colored double breasted frock coat with epaulets, lighter colored trousers, sword belt and forage cap with insignia. The… (344-2381). Learn More »

CASED GOLD SCALES

CASED GOLD SCALES

Set of hanging gold balance scales in wooden case. Case is in very good condition with original hook and ring are present. Case measures 6 ¾” x 3 ¼” x 1 ¼” while closed. Pans are made of… (30-2006). Learn More »

SPRINGLOADED VETERNARIAN FLEAM IN CASE

SPRINGLOADED VETERNARIAN FLEAM IN CASE

Antique surgeon's springloaded fleam bleeder in original case. The outer sleeve is brass and the blade is steel. Maker’s mark is present and reads, “SNOWDEN, PHILADELPHIA”. Case is wood that is… (30-1971). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG MEDICAL DOCUMENT - U.S. SURGEON TRANSFER

GETTYSBURG MEDICAL DOCUMENT - U.S. SURGEON TRANSFER

Dated “Medical Director’s Office/ Head Quarters, Department of the Susquehanna, Chambersburg, August 3, 1863.” 1 pp., 9.75 x 7.75”, with pre-printed letterhead, handwritten in ink. Exhibits… (224-252). Learn More »

FULL STANDING CDV OF A WOMAN IN A HAND COLORED DRESS - BUFFALO, NEW YORK

FULL STANDING CDV OF A WOMAN IN A HAND COLORED DRESS - BUFFALO, NEW YORK

Nice clear image of an unknown woman wearing a white dress with tinted red spots or flowers set in a geometric pattern highlighted in ink. The front bottom of the dress is pulled up exposing a white… (P13451). Learn More »

US ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT MORNING REPORTS LEDGER BOOK FOR THE 213TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, COMPANIES B, C, D, E, F

US ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT MORNING REPORTS LEDGER BOOK FOR THE 213TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, COMPANIES B, C, D, E, F

Used from August 1, 1865 through Nov. 12, 1865 by Surgeon John M. Dickson. Dickson enlisted 3/14/63 as Assistant Surgeon of the 93rd Pennsylvania Infantry, mustering out on 10/27/64. He then is… (821-29). Learn More »

LARGE ARMY MEDICAL MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH OF EXCISED HUMERI FROM NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY SOLDIERS

LARGE ARMY MEDICAL MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH OF EXCISED HUMERI FROM NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY SOLDIERS

Image is mounted on a heavy stock paper that meas. approx. 11.00 x 14.00 inches. The view itself meas. approx. 7.50 x 9.75 inches and shows three humeri removed from wounded soldiers. The bones are… (37-303). Learn More »


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BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the well-known shop “The Gettysburg Sutler,” who then… (355-39). Learn More »

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