MAKER MARKED 19TH CENTURY OPHTHALMIC TOOL

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Item Code: 413-123A

Tool has a bone handle marked “GEMRIG” with a very small steel scraper on one end and a hook on the other.

Item has some light surface dirt but is in good condition.

The J. H. Gemrig Company, founded 1839, was a noted Philadelphia instrument maker that produced medical instruments throughout the Civil War and beyond.  [ad][ph:L]

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