A rare pair of Lancaster dental forceps for which a U.S. patent was issued to Howard Lancasteron on July 2, 1901 (# 677,577 ). In the patent specifciation Lancaster notes: ” My invention relates to an improvement in dental forceps; and my object is to provide an ordinary forceps with an attachment that will afford a free and painless extraction of crown pins from tooth-roots by an application of reciprocal forces.“. The ivorine teeth are not part of this lot but can be purchased separately. Length of instrument: just under 8” or 23cm.
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