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18th Century Medical Kit

A Woodsrunner's Diary: 18th Century Medical Kit.

medicine chest, Vincenzo Giustiniani, the last Genoese governor of the Island of Chios in the eastern Aegean Sea, in the 1560s. On a box from the middle drawer is painted the symbol of Chios - a black eagle above a three-towered castle. The chest contains 126 drug bottles/pots.

Ram in a Thicket, Ur, Mesopotamia, 2600-2400 BC.


Antique dental cabinet

83: Rare Antique Harvard Dental Cabinet made by Harvard : Lot 83

Drinking vessel in the shape of a griffin. Gilded silver. Lucerne, end of 19th century.

amazing fountain

This glass Absinthe fountain is pretty special because of its decorated Fairy lid and its greenish coloring.

Ring with hidden love messages, made in France 1830-60


Green Frog Tag Pin Swarovski Crystal Animal Pin Brooch by Fantasyard

The oldest surviving English crown (1370-80)

Bela Lugosi’s Dracula ring

Victorian 'Morphia' set - “When the stomach is very sensitive and will not tolerate their internal administration, one-sixth of a grain of Morphia can be inserted beneath the skin by means of a hypodermic syringe. Relief is more quickly experienced, and the anodyne effect is much more lasting, than when taken into the stomach”. - The People’s Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English or Medicine Simplified by R. V. Pierce, M.D.

The Malling-Hansen writing ball, the first commercially produced typewriter, 1865.

c1578 polyhedral sundial

c1578 polyhedral sundial

“spintrii” Roman coins used as token for entrance in Roman brothels

Obverse of an astrolabe made for Ali ibn Ibrahim al-Yarrar, 1327.

Obverse of an astrolabe made for Ali ibn Ibrahim al-Yarrar, 1327.

c.1585: wax seal impression - Elizabeth I

ivory inkstand, egypt, c15th.

This Wonderful Victorian burl walnut stereo card table-top viewer with lockable top shutters, as well as a sizable selection of view cards, will find a new home on Oct. 27.

Polyphon music box, ca. 1900.

Old gramophone.