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A ship's surgeon's kit, including a canteen of surgical Instruments in original velvet-lined leather box, a brass syringe in original case, and a burr walnut gentleman's drop down travelling writing desk (3)

A Homeopathic Medicine chest by E. Gould & Son Chemists containing Pills and Medicine Vials of the period, London, circa late 19th century

A collection of Medicine bottles, some with travelling cases, circa late 19th-early 20th century

A rosewood velvet-lined homeopathic medicine chest containing Medicine bottles of the period, made in England, circa 19th century

A mahogany homeopathic medicine chest by Poulton & Sons containing medicine bottles and vials of medicine of the period, Melbourne, circa late 19th century

A collection of hand blown and etched Medicine glass, carrying cases, and Minim measures, circa late 19th-early 20th century

Large green bronze Thai Shakyamuni seated Buddha, (medicine Buddha), height 58 cm

A Victorian cased travelling Surgeons Kit, Presented to 'Dr. Ralph Clarke Esq. In 1895 for his work at the Bamfurlong and Mains Collieries'. Boxed in brass bound mahogany with Weiss instruments and presentation certificate, circa 1860. 8 x 42 x 14 cm. (20)

Vintage doctors bag, approx 30 cm high, 46 cm wide, 20 cm deep

A large violet ray HV medical System with 19 electrodes and blue fitted case, height: 12.5 cm, width 43 cm depth 31 cm (case)

A c.1950 Baisch German medical cabinet, similar to above, tall narrow form with rich glazed door enclosing four adjustable glass shelves above the lower solid door enclosing further glass shelves. Rounded corners. 67.5 cm x 39 cm x 172.5 cm

Culpeper's English Physician, Britsh herbal, to which is added, the Family Physician, containing the safest and cheapest remedies for the various disorders incidental to the human body, with a copius index. Also, a Dissertation on the advantages of veg

Twenty-six hand drawn & painted Turkish anatomical & medical drawings, [26], based on original medical texts composed in the 15th century by the Turkish physician Serafettin Sabuncuoglu. At that time, it represented the most detailed anatomical explanation

A W. Skidmore vintage medical otoscope

A mahogany apothecary's Homeopathic box, 19th century, front lid opening to a collection of original vials, with a secondary compartment housing a collection of five instruments, the interior of the lid fitted with an embossed leather inset, reading "Leath

A George III silver-gilt Medicine spoon with ivory handle; George Richardson, London 1799. Length 12.5 cm.

Phrenology bust by L.N. Fowler bust, approx 29 cm high

An important medical human skeleton in original case. circa 1950's

Vintage wooden medical box, with compartments in drawers, together with key, 23x16.5 cm approx

Pair 19th century Bookplates entitled 'Surgeons Instruments' & 'System of Surgery' pl 129 & 130, 38 x 22 cm

L.N. Fowler ceramic 'Phrenology' head, approx 27 cm high

Two vintage promotional change plates including glass 'Nyal Family Medicine' 19.5 cm diameter

Two unusual medical lifesize dummies with internal workings, late 19th - early 20th century.

Antique pharmacists pill press; J.E.Garratt of London boxed medical vibrator; massage roller 'Therapy Apparatus' & medical equipment in box. (5 items).

Antique cedar 'Green Cape' medicine chest, with compartment under lid for storage & drawer, together with extensive contents, 55 cm x 32 cm, 38 cm high approx. Possibly connected to the lighthouse at Green Cape, New South Wales

Wooden Doctors case in the shape of a Gladstone bag with Medicinal contents, mahogany

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