A fine ophthalmic surgery kit by “Simpson”. This is either James Simpson, working in Edinburgh during the 1830s and 1840s, or Henry Simpson working in London during the 1860s. All of the instruments are signed “SIMPSON” and are in very good condition as is the leather covered and plush-lined case. Length of case: 6.5″ or 17cm approx. The small covered compartment at the bottom of the interior lid is empty.
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