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Veterinary Fleams with case, by Boyce, London, c. 1755

Inventory Number: 35741
Object Type:
Persons: Boyce
Date Created:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 1976-4
Brief Description: Metal veterinary fleams in a case .
35741.1: Used for bloodletting, the fleams have three differently shaped folding blades which are hinged at one end of the instrument.
35741.2: The black case has a punched design with a red inner covering.
Primary Inscriptions: 35741.1: "76-4" on outer and "BOYCE" on each blade.
Provenance: Pres. by Lt. Col. C. M. Kisby Smith
Collection Group:
Material(s): copper alloy
metal
Leather
Card
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
9 178 29 mm

There are no associated narratives.

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Case for Veterinary Fleams, by Boyce, London, c. 1755

Inventory Number: 35741
Object Type:
Persons: Boyce
Date Created:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 1976-4
Brief Description: The black case has a punched design with a red inner covering.
Primary Inscriptions:
Provenance: Pres. by Lt. Col. C. M. Kisby Smith
Collection Group:
Material(s): copper alloy
metal
Leather
Card
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
9 178 29 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Image with multimedia irn 26619

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/35741

Veterinary Fleams, by Boyce, London, c. 1755

Inventory Number: 35741
Object Type:
Persons: Boyce
Date Created:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 1976-4
Brief Description: Used for bloodletting, the fleams have three differently shaped folding blades which are hinged at one end of the instrument.
Primary Inscriptions: 35741.1: "76-4" on outer and "BOYCE" on each blade.
Provenance: Pres. by Lt. Col. C. M. Kisby Smith
Collection Group:
Material(s): copper alloy
metal
Leather
Card
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
9 178 29 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Image with multimedia irn 26619

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/35741