Early Tiemann Amputation Set in Rosewood Case

Early Tiemann Amputation Set in Rosewood Case


Early Tiemann Amputation Set in Rosewood Case


Case length:15.25



Country of manufacture

North America


A very early Tiemann amputation set in a handsome brass-bound rosewood case.Key present:and lock turns but does not seal case. The form of and address on the interior label (see listing image) indicates it was made between 1833-1855, when George Tiemann was sole proprietor of the firm. All instruments are either unmarked or marked Tieman ,most with the 63 Chatham St address on them, further confirming the early date of this set. Length of case: 15.25 inches.  It contains both a large Liston amputating knife and a Caitlings knife, as well as a Parker Capital Saw, and a metacarpal saw. Two of the “TIEMANN- signed small instruments (scalpel and ligature carrier) are later replacements, the rest are original. The bone snips are missing. Sets made during this era were commonly used in the Civil War by Northern and Southern surgeons. Great set for re-enactors.

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US M and R Gordon

Michael and Roberta Gordon have been dealing in medical and dental antiques for more than four decades. They have helped build a number of major private collections and have contributed to the holdings of many museums. They also deal in other scientific and technology related items, including calculating instruments, office machines, patent models and wine-related accessories such as corkscrews. ROBERTA GORDON IS A SKILLED RESTORER WHO CAN HELP YOU WITH ANY INSTRUMENTS AND CASES THAT NEED ATTENTION. Feel free to contact them for details at: mgordon1940@gmail.com or 718-623-6777