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OUCH! Surgeon's Amputation Saw From the Late 1800's
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OUCH! This is one painful looking instrument. This is an original late 1800's example of a surgeon's capital amputation saw. We know that this one would date from after the Civil War because it is plated and the earlier versions were not. This one has the original blade that measures 7-1/4th inches in overall length. It mounts onto the silver plated brass saw grip handle. The blade has a screw that holds it in place and can be removed to replace the blade once it becomes dull. The piece still displays beautifully and will make a fine display and costs just a fraction of what an original Civil War amputation saw will cost these days.

Item #: B6128
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price:$125.00 USD
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