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  • Kathy Canevari

    Circumcision Knife (1770s). Ritual circumcision is performed around the world in varying extents and for varying reasons, but few instruments used in the process are as intimidating as this European knife from the 18th century.

  • Kelly Smith

    Circumcision knife, Europe, 1775-1785 #vintage #medical #anatomy

  • Ashley Jimenez

    Antique medicine.

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