Civil War Era Surgeon Amputation Tools, Stitch Kit and Wooden Case Tiemann For Sale
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Civil War Era Surgeon Amputation Tools, Stitch Kit and Wooden Case Tiemann:
Late 1800's Civil War Era Surgeons kit containing Amputation Knives and Saw as well as Stitching tools and needles. From my research i believe this set was Military issue during the Civil war but I am unable to verify that detail. Everything is in unrestored uncleaned condition and will be packaged carefully to ensure it arrives the same condition as shown. I have done my best to include large detailed pictures Below to Show cosmetic condition but please ask any questions you may have before offerding as I am more that happy to help. offerding starts at $9.99 so here is a great chance to get a peice of Civil War Era History
On Jun-13-12 at 10:48:41 PDT, seller added the following information:
After some kind input it was determined that this kit was not military issue due to the keyed lock but still Civil War Era and a great part of the later 1800's history!
On Jun-13-12 at 13:56:20 PDT, seller added the following information:
Due to arising questions I am adding the following information:
The case is 16"x4.5"x3.5" (L x W x H). The saw is 11.5" end to end, larger knife 14.5" an smaller knife 12". No cracks in any handles, No beant blades and knifes have razor sharp edges and appear to have never been sharpened but show normal use.
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