A fine dissecting rachitome saw by Lollini, circa 1860

A fine dissecting rachitome saw by Lollini, circa 1860




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Categories: Medicine, Surgical instruments


A very good example bearing the best Italian signature from the second par of the 19th century “F[ratel]le Lollini” of a nice dissecting rachitome saw.

A rachitome is a dissecting instrument for opening the spinal canal. It was invented after Amussat and first made by Charrière in Paris.

The instrument, without cracks and in genuine condition, measures 29cm lenght.

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FR Le Zograscope

Established by Alexandre Piffault in 2014 and based in Paris at 5 rue de Condé, 75006, very close to Odéon, Le Zograscope specializes in antique and rare books in Science, Medicine and Technology, and rare antique instruments in the same fields. We have especially a strong interest in early and continental microscopy, early and special mathematical/drawing instruments, medical and surgical instrument, and rare technology.
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