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MED5-
R149
Spanish American
War Period
Cavalry Stretcher Carrier
Adjustable yellow strap with reinforced loops (with leather) that went on the stretcher poles to carry soldiers in the field. Came in yellow (for cavalry), blue or red. Carried by the Hospital Steward in his pack for when needed. A single. $80.00
SALE $65.00
MED5-
WB001
James Dixon & Sons Pewter Water Flask/Hot or
Water Bottle
Pewter with screw top, stained on outside. Reverse side is convex shaped. Marked "James Dixon & Sons Sheffield" and "Made in England" with mark above the trumpet with banner symbol. Other marks are "72" and "17 ozs." Height approx. 8 1/4". Circa late 1800's- early 1900's. $ 100.00
SALE $75.00
MED5-
06525A
World War I
Nurse's Hat
Crinoline hat with black velvet ribbon .Approximately 6" x 11 1/2" overall. SALE $25.00
MED5-
ATX-008
Civil War Period
Apothecary Bottle
For "Carminative Balsam", glass, 5" tall, 1" diam., two-part mold. Manufactured in Philadelphia by Dr. D. Jaynes. $ 65.00
SALE $50.00
MED5-
ATX-009
Civil War Period
Pocket Microscope
Brass, 1 " diam., 2 " high. Adjustable tube, removable eye piece. Used to examine body fluids for indication of disease. $ 75.00
SALE $60.00
MED5-
87-1674
Civil War Period
Singleton's
Eye Ointment
Palette

2" diameter stoneware palette (or plate) on which this famous period eye ointment was dispensed. Dispensing involved the ointment, covered with a piece of wax paper, affixed by a ring around the rim. Blue incised rim, in script reads "Singleton Golden Eyes Ointment." $ 75.00
SALE $60.00
MED5-
86-554
World War I Navy First Aid Packet Unopened, brass container painted olive drab, with "First Aid Packet- U.S. Navy, Contract June 17, 1918, Bauer & Black, Chicago, U.S.A.- To Open - Pull Ring- Patent Applied For-" $ 25.00
SALE $20.00
SOLD
MED5-
91-1406
Spanish American War Period Medical Bottle Approx. 6" long with paper label and original unopened contents. Label has "Fries Bros. Manufacturers & Distributors of Chemical Products New York, 92 Reade St. Watsessing, New Jersey" for "Kelene (Pure Chloride of Ethyl)". Second label had "Distributors: Merck & Co. New York. St. Louis." With unusual spring clamp devise for stoppering. $ 75.00
SALE $ 60.00
MED5-
93-1221
Civil War Surgeon's Medical Bag Black leather bag with red leatherette interior, german silver lock and fittings. One tie down strap is missing. 7" tall, 10" wide and 5" deep. "Used by surgeons to carry instruments and medicines." Similar to one in C.W. Medical Encyclopedia Vol. I, pg. 34. $ 75.00
SOLD
MED5-
93-230
Civil War Nurse's Stove Tole tin, 7" high and 4" diameter. Double handle, complete with oil front heater and removable food container in top. Lord calls these stoves "coffee heaters" and shows them on pg. 124 of Lord's Vol. II. Apparently they saw extensive use on camps and hospitals. $ 125.00
SOLD

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